How much applesauce replaces an egg?

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Applesauce Using one-fourth cup (about 65 grams) of applesauce can replace one egg in most recipes. It's best to use unsweetened applesauce. If you're using a sweetened variety, you should reduce the amount of sugar or sweetener in the recipe itself.May 2, 2017
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So, if you need to sub for two eggs, add ? cup of applesauce. If your recipe calls for three eggs or more, applesauce and most other substitutes become problematic. Recipes containing that much egg usually rely on the eggs to provide much of their structure.15 Feb 2018
So, if you need to sub for two eggs, add ? cup of applesauce. If your recipe calls for three eggs or more, applesauce and most other substitutes become problematic.15 Feb 2018
Peter BradyIn popular culture. In episode #55 of The Brady Bunch titled "The Personality Kid" that aired in 1971, the phrase "pork chops and applesauce" is stated by Peter Brady (played by Christopher Knight) using an impression of the voice of Humphrey Bogart. It has been described as a famous catchphrase of the television show.
Applesauce Applesauce is a puree made from cooked apples. It's often sweetened or flavored with other spices like nutmeg and cinnamon. Using one-fourth cup (about 65 grams) of applesauce can replace one egg in most recipes. It's best to use unsweetened applesauce.May 2, 2017
Replace one egg with 1/4 cup of applesauce in sweet desserts. If you want a lighter texture, add an extra 1/2 teaspoonful of baking powder, as fruit purees tend to make the final product denser than the original recipe.
While both applesauce and apple butter are made by slow-cooking apples with water, spices, and maybe a little sugar until you have something soft and saucy, apple butter is cooked much longer so that the mix cooks down even further to become a thick, glossy, caramelized spread.Oct 20, 2016
If it's cooking for much longer than 30-40 minutes, your apple pieces are too big, says Martinez. ... Obviously you don't want apples with an al dente bite, but did you know it's possible to overcook them? "Apples lose their flavor rapidly when cooked too long," says Martinez.Nov 18, 2015
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