Have you ever been ready to make some pancakes in the morning or bake some
brownies for dessert after dinner to only find that you have no eggs?
What about when you go to the grocery store and you find that they are sold out of eggs or the price is just too high. Is there a way to bake without eggs? Yes, there is and you can do this usually with things you already have in your pantry.
Now like anything this is a substitute and not the same thing so you might find that things don’t rise the same and or might even have a slight change in taste.
Listed below are some ideas that you can use. Remember things like banana and pumpkin has its own flavor, so be careful what you use them in.
I find that yogurt or buttermilk works well and vinegar (I prefer apple cider) and baking soda we usually have in the pantry already, also work well.
I have tried the commercial egg substitutes and I have not found them to work as well.
You can’t go wrong with a simple basic scone recipe. I found this recipe on another YouTubers site (her site is Rhoda Stone). I took her basic recipe and transformed it into my own recipe. So below are the basic recipe that you could use and then also the other two that I created from the basic scone recipe. Comment below if you try this recipe and tell me what you think and what you created.
Basic Simple Scones:
2 cups of flour
1 tablespoon of baking powder
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup milk
2 tablespoons sugar
6 tablespoons of butter
Mix your dry ingredients together
Next cut in the butter
Add 1 beaten egg and milk to mixture
Mix all together
Next add to a lightly floured counter and roll into a ball
Cut into 8-10 triangle pieces
Place on a cookie sheet
Beat 1 more egg
Lightly brush the top of the scone with an egg wash
Bake at 350 for 12 minutes
How to change this up with a twist?
Do the same above but add 1 teaspoon almond extract to the wet ingredients
After giving he egg wash sprinkle with sugar and add slivers of almonds to the top
Bake as normal
Orange Marmalade Scones:
Do the same as the above basic scone recipe and add 1 teaspoon of orange extract to the wet ingredients.
Add 1/4 cup of orange marmalade to the wet ingredients
Also add 1/2 extra cup of flour to the dry ingredients
Sometimes breakfast can be the worst meal for me to make. I never quite know what to make and prepare. This recipe is simple, affordable, easy and oh so yummy. It is also a go to meal and or snack for anytime and any age. It is a favorite in our home. #amish baked oatmeal
3 cups of oatmeal
1 1/2 cups of whole milk, skim milk, almond milk or the best is oat milk
1/2 brown sugar, while sugar, honey, molasses, or maple syrup
1/2 cup of butter melted
1 1/2 tsp baking powder
1/1/2 vanilla or almond extract
1 1/2 tsp cinnamon
1/4 tsp salt
mix all dry together first ( saved the sugar for the wet ingredients if you are using a syrup etc…)
then add butter and milk and mix in with the dry
now add the eggs and extract of your choice as well (and sweetener if in a liquid form)
pour mixture into a greased 8×8 or a 9×13 baking dish
place baking dish into a preheated oven on 350 degrees for 25 minutes
The Freezer and Fridge is full and yet you have nothing to eat? Let’s roll up our sleeves and clean out the freezer, pantry and fridge and see what we can come up for with meals for 2 weeks only using our bits and pieces. Money is tight, some foods are hard to find and we want to be as frugal and budget friendly as we can to help us stay on track. Also….did you know that you can get some foods sent to you via UPS with free shipping from Walmart. I have a small Walmart Haul with a few fillers.
This recipe I found in a very old missionary cookbook from Greenwood Hills camp. These recipes I usually find are full of ingredients that are very basic and things you probably have on hand. Most of the missionaries that I know never had a Super-Walmart near buy to run out and buy extras, so the ingredients are basic.
I made this recipe not knowing what this would taste like by blending an entire orange skin and all….but let me tell you, this was outstanding and delicious.
1 orange (washed, cut in four and take the seeds out)
½ cup of orange juice
½ cup of chopped dates, raisins or cranberries (my favorite are the dried cranberries)
½ cup of butter (softened)
1 ½ cups of flour
¾ cups of sugar
1 tsp baking soda
1 tsp baking powder
1 tsp salt
Quarter the orange and cut in half
Place orange, egg , orange juice and butter in a blender and chop and blend together rind and all
Mix in a separate bowl remaining ingredients
Mix all ingredients together and you will find the batter is very lumpy
Stir in fruit or nuts of your choice
Place in a greased muffin tin and bake at 350 for 20 minutes
Let then cool for a bit and they taste oh so good!!!
Right now we are in weird times and everyone is scrambling to find budget friendly meals, and resources for these meals as well. Many people have not had to cook so many meals at home until this virus hit us. On top of having to cook the meals we are now finding that our resources are limited for meats, rice etc. Here are two books I can recommend not only give you a budget friendly recipes but also for alternatives for when you can’t find what you need.
I’ve included a great recipe for a yummy cake. This recipe is basic ingredients that you have normally at home and all you do is change up the extract to create a different flavor every time you make it. I hope you enjoy the show me a cake as much as I do. It’s moist and delicious and great deserve as a snack or dessert at any time. Be creative with the icings and toppings that you use for a different dessert every time you serve it.