Egg Free Cook Tries AcreMade Plant-Based Egg Substitute: The Revolutionary

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Hey there, egg-free fam! It's your girl Emma, and I'm back with another egg-citing product review. Today, we're taking a look at AcreMade Plant-Based Egg Substitute, the gluten-free, non-GMO, vegan egg powder that's got everyone talking.

First things first, let's talk about the features. AcreMade is upcycle certified, shelf-stable, soy-free, and contains 5 grams of pea protein per serving (12 servings per pack). Talk about a powerhouse! I love that it's made with natural ingredients, and it's super easy to use. All you need to do is mix one tablespoon of powder with two tablespoons of water, and voila! You've got yourself the perfect egg substitute for all your baking needs.

Now, who is AcreMade for? Well, if you're like me and suffer from an egg allergy, this is the perfect solution for you. Plus, if you're vegan or just looking for a healthier, plant-based alternative to eggs, AcreMade is a great fit. You can use it for everything from egg-free pancakes and dairy-free French toast to egg-free brownies and cornbread without eggs.

But enough chit-chat, let's get down to the pros and cons.

- Plant-based and vegan
- Gluten-free and non-GMO
- Provides 5 grams of pea protein per serving
- Easy to use
- Shelf-stable and upcycle certified

- Color may not be the same as traditional eggs (but who cares, am I right?)

Overall, I'm really impressed with AcreMade Plant-Based Egg Substitute. It's a great solution for those of us with egg allergies or sensitivities, and it's versatile enough to use in a variety of recipes. While the color may not be the same as traditional eggs, it doesn't affect the taste or texture of the finished product.

Bottom line: If you're looking for an egg-free solution for your baking needs, give AcreMade a try. I give it an 8 out of 10.

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