According to FoodSubs.com, 3 tablespoons of mayonnaise can be used for each
egg called for in a recipe. Mayonnaise can also substitute for both oil and eggs ...
Nov 11, 2009 ... Did you know you can substitute mayonnaise for eggs in your baking ... The
mayo adds moisture to your baking because of the oil, and it also ...
You can substitute the oil and eggs called for in a cake mix by following the
directions below: Omit eggs and oil and use ONLY the same amount of
You cake may not rise as much and may not be as stable once baked if you
substitute mayonnaise for egg. Nevertheless, you can use two to three
May 16, 2011 ... Turned off by the idea of mayo in your cookies? Don't be. Mayonnaise is mostly
egg and oil. It makes a great egg substitute, though you will ...
Mayonnaise, made from eggs, oil and a bit of vinegar, makes an excellent
alternative for the oil and eggs in your recipe, with a few considerations. When
The mayonnaise takes the place of the shortening and eggs. ... i had a jar of fat-
free mayo that wasn't getting enough attention, so i decided to give this recipe a ...
A homemade coating substitute can be used in place of egg. Mix together ... or
cream. The flavor of the mayonnaise won't be apparent after your chicken is fried.
I just round up and use 2 teaspoons with 2 T. of warm water. Whisk it ... You can
find egg free alternatives to mayonnaise at your local specialty food store.
Here is a recipe inspired by the need to substitute. ... DID YOU KNOW You can
use mayonnaise in the place of eggs in nearly every baked quick-bread or cookie