Why are my eggless cookies hard to chew? Taste like rocks!
That depends on what you used to substitute the eggs for in your cookie recipe. One thing I love to substitute eggs with in my baking recipes is arrowroot powder. It's full of B vitamins and gives baked goods that nice chew everyone loves. Basically you use 1 tbs. of arrowroot mixed with 1 tbs. of room temp. or cold water for each egg you are substituting for. You can find arrowroot powder/flour at any health food store, some local grocery chains, and on the internet on websites such as amazon. Hope this helps!
I believe they need the fat from the eggs for moisture. Try put in mayonnaise or more oil. (you won't taste the mayo)
My wife and I use applesauce in place of eggs for baking. Certain things tend to be a bit denser than their egg-counterparts, but they're moist and delicious.
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