Vegan Aquafaba Recipes
Aquafaba, or the liquid from a can of chickpeas, can be used in vegan and egg-free cooking and baking as an egg replacer. It's most notably used as a vegan meringue for meringue cookies or lemon meringue pie, but it can be used as an egg replacer in many different applications. Aquafaba makes it possible to make a vegan Royal Icing for cookie decorating and gingerbread houses.
These vegan aquafaba recipes utilize aquafaba in creative ways. From breakfast to savory to sweet, you'll have fun experimenting with this ingredient.
Where to get started? Try my Tomato Basil & Mozzarella Vegan Crepes, Meringue Succulent Cupcakes, or Vegan Lucky Charms!
You can even use aquafaba as an egg white replacer in cocktails—try a Whiskey Sour or Thyme Gin Fizz.