Lindsay-Jean is a Contributing Editor of Food52.
Lindsay-Jean Hard from Food52.com says: I think I might just look for an apple cake recipe designed to be egg-free, like this one: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/all-we-can-eat/post/an-inclusive-apple-cake-for-rosh-hashanah-and-beyond/2011/09/27/gIQAQg1p2K_blog.html or this one: http://www.tasteofhome.com/Recipes/Egg-Free-Apple-Cake
Droplet from Food52.com says: I remembered seeing an eggless baking book awhile back that was written by a lady whose own daughter had severe egg alergies and looks like it is sill in print: Bakin' Without Eggs: Delicious Egg-Free Dessert Recipes from the Heart and Kitchen of a Food-Allergic Family by Rosemarie Emro.
Chanelle,Gontarz from Food52.com says: PETA has an online vegan baking cheat-sheet. It helps to know if the eggs are for leavening (like in a soufflé) or for binding (like meatballs). I would use yogurt, applesauce, or bananas to substitute for the eggs in a cake if you don't stock a normally vegan or health-oriented pantry.
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