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Substituting eggs & oil!

I recently made brownies where I used a box of brownie mix and instead of using any eggs and oil, I used a banana that I purred in my magic bullet with some no-sugar added apple sauce. When combined I added it to my mixture, added in another 1/2c apple sauce and put in 2 tbsp of water and mixed. I made my brownies in cupcake pans to make serving size and it was delicious. Very moist, VERY chocolatey with a slight hint of banana in the background!

Substituting eggs & oil!
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Pie too juicy ?

Pie too juicy ?

When making apple pie and you have added all the ingredients and there seems to be to much juice, crush up 1 Ritz cracker over the filling and bake as usual. When serving, you will not have a puddle of juice sitting in the bottom of the pan.



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