It doesn't matter if you have just found the JUST Egg product, or you've been using it for ages. If you're looking for a few more delicious recipes that taste like you're using real eggs, without actually having to use a chicken egg, these are the easy recipes you're looking for! They're vegan diet friendly and use the JUST Egg product as one of the main ingredients!
What is JUST Egg?
What is it made of? Great question! At first glance I would think it was made from eggs and only eggs. Well, this being a vegan recipe roundup, of course that wouldn't fit.
So, when you look further into this brand, you'll see that they want to give you a vegan friendly egg replacement product that cooks like eggs and even tastes like eggs but without the cholesterol, GMO's or artificial flavors or additives.
Basically, it's an egg replacement that you can use in a variety of recipes that use egg products.
According to the brand's website, JUST Egg is made from: "Water, Mung Bean Protein Isolate, Expeller-Pressed Canola Oil, Contains less than 2% of Dehydrated Onion, Gellan Gum, Natural Carrot Extractives (color), Natural Flavors, Natural Turmeric Extractives (color), Potassium Citrate, Salt, Soy Lecithin, Sugar, Tapioca Syrup, Tetrasodium Pyrophosphate, Transglutaminase, Nisin (preservative). (Contains soy.)"
Mungbean is the star of the show, while the turmeric is there just for a nice egg coloring.
You can buy this product in 2 forms: as a liquid to make scrambled eggs and as a folded egg, perfect for sandwiches and the like.
What is the nutritional information for JUST Egg?
In one serving of JUST Egg, which is 3 Tablespoons of the liquid version, you'll get 70 calories, 5 grams of fat, 5 grams of protein, 1 gram of carbs, and 0 mg of cholesterol. For more detailed nutritional info about the JUST Egg products, check out their site here.
Where can you buy JUST Egg?
You can easily buy this egg replacement at most grocery stores now in the egg aisle or the frozen section. To use the store locator tool, click here for more info on helping you find the closest and easiest place to find this product.
You can also check out some more online retailers to help you locate a bottle of JUST Egg. If you need help finding online stores, use their online retailer locator here. It'll show local store like Walmart, Safeway, Target, and more that may carry this product.
What can you make with JUST Egg?
Don’t get me wrong…I love a good tofu scramble, but the JUST Egg product has one over our hearts in this house. There are so many ways to use it, that I had to find the best recipes.
And you know when I find a bunch of recipes that I think you guys would like, I have to share them with you!
What can you serve with JUST Egg?
Can JUST Egg be used in baking?
Yes, you absolutely can use this product in baking recipes. It acts as a binding agent, just as regular chicken eggs would, plus it also provides a nice amount of moisture the rest of the ingredients.
Also, this product gives a nice texture to whatever recipe you use it in.
So, let's get down to business so you can check out all of these amazing JUST Egg recipes using the "liquid eggs" and the folded egg versions.
We have a variety of ideas for you to check out so you can find a few new favorites to try with your friends and family.
Vegan JUST Egg Recipes
I hope after scrolling through this list you have found a few new recipes to try using JUST Egg. I also enjoy just whipping up some scrambled eggs using the liquid version and serving them with a nice big stack of vegan buttermilk waffles or pancakes. Share your favorite recipe you can't wait to try with us in the comments below!
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