Do you have any alternatives to eggs? :)

Dora Z.
As in a substitute for eggs or another breakfast idea? I know there is liquid egg substitute suitable for vegans at Whole Foods. An alternative breakfast I enjoy is peanut butter on whole wheat toast – keeps me full for hours

Tamara S.
There are various substitutes for eggs if you're baking (I'm still trying to find a good option, and it depends on what you're making). You can use chickpeas or chickpea flour as a vegan substitute for scrambled eggs (best results: can of chickpeas, mash with a fork, mix chickpeas + the liquid from the can + chickpea flour together, but that makes a big batch) just make sure to add spices, nutritional yeast, and veggies for flavor! And if you just want something different for a quick protein breakfast: oatmeal w/ crushed nuts + fruit, toast w/ refried beans, peanut butter + apples, breakfast sandwich with hummus, or eat leftovers, salad w/ beans/nuts/meat, or easy lunch or dinner food in the morning if breakfast got boring.

Cl O Q.
I do like to use better than eggs and generic brans, they are technically eggs but their prescrambled and have WAY lowerer cholesterol.

Noemie Z.
If you are looking for protein alternative then yes, there are number of protein rich foods like tofu, Soya chunks, many fruits and vegetables.

Marie C.
You should search the web. There are lots of suggestions for protein packed healthy breakfasts. Some people really like oatmeal but it doesn’t have staying power for me. Some like protein shakes or smoothies which can be enjoyed on the way to work.

Isabella P.
Cereal, they contain both protein and carbohydrate needed to have a great day. I am not talking about cereal that kids eat I am talking about real cereal made of real products bio found anywhere and with some milk and banana your breakfast would just be great. Dont forget to eat nuts thet also contain a lot of good protein but dont foret dont go hard in them. Docotrs say its best to eat only 5 to 7 pcs per day. Hope mine answer will satisfy your question

Arndt X.
Ground flaxseed is an excellent source of the healthiest fats you can have and it also has a good amount of protein and fiber! Try to get 2 tablespoons per day😊. You can blend into a smoothie, mix into oatmeal, sprinkle on yogurt or cereal. Make sure it is ground and not whole flax seed or else the nutrients won’t be absorbed by your body.

Bobbie C.
I follow the keto diet and I have found a great recipe for keto porridge.
2 tbs almond flour
2 tbs coconut flour
2 tbs chia seeds
3/4 cup coconut milk
Almond milk
Make as you wouldnormal porridge. Delicious with frozen berries and a bit of xylitol

L Ane E.
A Casein Protein shake and turkey bacon. Get the protein you need from the shake and the fat to stay full from the bacon.

Kelly P.
Yes, carrots, applesauce, mashed banana, pumpkin, avocado – one-fourth cup of puree (65 grams) replace each egg, 1 tablespoon ground flax seeds or chia seeds with 3 tablespoons of water replace one egg, apple cider vinegar, yogurt or buttermilk are good substitutes for eggs, aquafaba – the liquid left over from cooking beans or legumes, nut butters like peanut, cashew or almond butter (3 tablespoons – 60g replace one egg).

Ellinor H.
I literally cannot stand eggs, so I usually eat a granola bar, or if I actually get up then I make a smoothie. I always have frozen fruit in my freezer so I just have to remember to buy yogurt at the start of the week.

Kaylee J.
For breakfast I enjoy yogurt and granola, but if you want more proteins you could try avocado on wheat toast or maybe oatmeal!

Elise Z.
eggs are always a good choice for breakfast or any meal, as a healthy source of protein and lots of nutrients. but if u you can’t eat them or they aren’t available, try avocado or some yoghurt! both are sufficient.

Austin O.
There are 3 vegan alternatives that I am aware of. 1) in a blender grind 1 tablespoon flaxseed to a powder and add 2 1/2 tablespoons water, 2) combine 1 1/2 teaspoons Ener-g egg replacer with 2 tablespoons water, and 3) blend 3 tablespoons applesauce, mashed banana or soft tofu, and 1/2 teaspoon baking powder.

Liberto E.
If you’re looking for the same amount of protein I was do egg beaters. But if you’re looking for no eggs at all, Greek yogurt has a lot of protein as well.

Violet R.
An apple with some peanut butter mixed with a tablespoon of flaxseed. A bowl of yogert with some fruit. Some cottage cheese and applesause.

Angelo Z.
I have some problems with cholesterol so I prefer to eat some almonds or cereals which contains high protein and one banana.

Massimo N.
Yes, soon I'll buy and try carob gum. And right now I have an "egg replacer" as powder (Germany).
I'm also aware of crushed flaxseeds and bananas.

Brad E.
One option I know works well is Mashed Bananas, however I've heard that Using one-fourth cup (about 65 grams) of applesauce can replace one egg in most recipes.
Also some food stores sell a "egg replacement" which is usually a vegan mix off different vegetables or fruits and wheat, if you can find any then check it out 🙂

Diana P.
If you dont like eggs then you can soak some (30-40g) cheekpeas overnight and eat the raw or steam them and sprinkle some salt on it. They taste better and have good amount of protien.

Charlotte Z.
Literally this morning I found out about a vegan brand called Just For All that makes an egg replacement. I haven’t tried it personally and I’m not vegan, but it got great reviews and looks legit (saw a video of people preparing an egg sandwich with it, yum!). Might be a good alternative for someone who wants eggs but can’t have them.

Frida W.
Tofu scramble! I have been making this recently, fry onions and garlic, then get tofu block in bowl, break it up with your hands, add paprika and turmeric and herbs and mix, add bowl to onions and garlic and fry. Add baby spinach too for extra healthy!

Russell J.
I was vegan for a month once (I know, what an accomplishment 😂) but I found a ton of cool resources for egg substitutes! They have something called Just Eggs I think, it’s basically a fake egg product made of some other stuff in the refrigerated section of Whole Foods and fresh thyme at the least. There’s also other egg substitutes at those specialty grocery stores as well or you can use like medium tofu and crumble it up to get that kind of texture and use white salt to get the kind of sulfuric aftertaste you get with real eggs 🙂

Lotti F.
I was just talking to a vegan friend about this yesterday. We were trying to come up with a vegan substitute for dipping toast soldiers in a boiled egg. The closest I could get was some kind of avocado dip. Perhaps you could surround the avocado with humous. In terms of nutrition, eggs provide protein. Lentils could be a good high protein alternative, maybe with some spinach.

George G.
I am not the best one to ask this question because I love eggs I only eat organic free-range eggs and they're delicious I eat them for breakfast lunch or dinner so I have no alternative to eggs I'm so sorry except don't eat them eat something non eggy!!

Luke G.
Tofu can be crumbled to act as a scrambled egg material for scrambles with veggies. Also, certain brands make a Vegan Egg product that is great for use in recipes that use egg as a binder (like cookies), but also does well as a scrambled egg substitute.

Kunigunde X.
My options are pretty limited where I am (working out of town). I’ll usually try and have an omelette every day but if I’m short on time I’ll just have oatmeal or a fruit smoothie.

Emmy T.
First thing you can do it make a planner and be ready to commit to it. Take a shower and play some raining sounds and relax. Hope that can help.