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recipe calls for 2 eggs... but i only have 1

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M514
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recipe calls for 2 eggs... but i only have 1

can i substitute anything for another egg? or just leave it out? im making brownies.

Posted 8/27/11 9:59 AM
 
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Re: recipe calls for 2 eggs... but i only have 1

i find that if I leave a egg out, they are more fudgyChat Icon

Posted 8/27/11 10:50 AM
 

NASP09
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Re: recipe calls for 2 eggs... but i only have 1

I googled egg substitute in brownies

Posted 8/27/11 12:04 PM
 

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Re: recipe calls for 2 eggs... but i only have 1

1 egg=fudge-like
2 eggs=cake like

Posted 8/27/11 12:58 PM
 

MrsFrizzle
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Re: recipe calls for 2 eggs... but i only have 1

Posted by SecretTTCer

1 egg=fudge-like
2 eggs=cake like



exactly - 1 egg is better IMO

Posted 8/27/11 4:22 PM
 

M514
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Re: recipe calls for 2 eggs... but i only have 1

thanks all! i ended up using 1 egg and they are fudgy Chat Icon

Posted 8/27/11 5:08 PM
 

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Re: recipe calls for 2 eggs... but i only have 1

Posted by SecretTTCer

1 egg=fudge-like
2 eggs=cake like



Great tip to know, thanks! Love fudge like!

Posted 8/27/11 6:58 PM
 

MamaLeen
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Re: recipe calls for 2 eggs... but i only have 1

Posted by cj7305

Posted by SecretTTCer

1 egg=fudge-like
2 eggs=cake like



Great tip to know, thanks! Love fudge like!



Me too! Chat Icon

Posted 8/27/11 7:25 PM
 

missfabulous
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Re: recipe calls for 2 eggs... but i only have 1

Posted by MamaLeen

Posted by cj7305

Posted by SecretTTCer

1 egg=fudge-like
2 eggs=cake like



Great tip to know, thanks! Love fudge like!



Me too! Chat Icon



Agreed- thank you!

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Posted 8/27/11 10:58 PM
 

jilliibabii
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Re: recipe calls for 2 eggs... but i only have 1

Hmmm I didn't know this! I'll have to try it next time!

Posted 8/30/11 10:02 AM
 

glinda-goodwitch
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Re: recipe calls for 2 eggs... but i only have 1

Posted by SecretTTCer

1 egg=fudge-like
2 eggs=cake like



Did not know this, thanks! I love my brownies fudgy. I think there should be a baking cookbook that just tells the science of baking, like what makes cake fluffy vs dense and things like that.

Posted 8/30/11 10:05 AM
 

LL514
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Re: recipe calls for 2 eggs... but i only have 1

I'm surprised a lot of people don't know this. i thought it was on the box

Posted 8/30/11 10:25 AM
 

DRMom
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Re: recipe calls for 2 eggs... but i only have 1

Posted by glinda-goodwitch

Posted by SecretTTCer

1 egg=fudge-like
2 eggs=cake like



Did not know this, thanks! I love my brownies fudgy. I think there should be a baking cookbook that just tells the science of baking, like what makes cake fluffy vs dense and things like that.



There is! Actually 2 and probably more. The America's test Kitchen cookbook has all this info as well as one by Alton Brown-can't think of the name right now but will check when I go downstairs

Posted 8/30/11 5:25 PM
 

glinda-goodwitch
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Re: recipe calls for 2 eggs... but i only have 1

Posted by DRMom

Posted by glinda-goodwitch

Posted by SecretTTCer

1 egg=fudge-like
2 eggs=cake like



Did not know this, thanks! I love my brownies fudgy. I think there should be a baking cookbook that just tells the science of baking, like what makes cake fluffy vs dense and things like that.



There is! Actually 2 and probably more. The America's test Kitchen cookbook has all this info as well as one by Alton Brown-can't think of the name right now but will check when I go downstairs



Oooh, nice. I gotta look this up.

Posted 8/31/11 2:31 PM
 
 

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