Published by Katherine Sullivan.

Vegan meat and cheese options have all but taken over supermarkets, and vegan eggs are not far behind. Vegan egg replacements for baking have been a thing for eons (can you say, “Banana”?), but now, you can make scrambled eggs, omelets, quiches, and more, all without harming chickens. Take a look at these options:

Simply Eggless

This liquid vegan egg is made from lupini beans, and it works well in everything from breakfast scrambles to baked goods and pastas. Find it at Wegmans or at select health food stores, or order it online using this coupon code for 10% off: PETASIMPLYEGGLESS.

Zero Egg

The Zero Egg offers two shelf-stable powdered vegan eggs. EGG Basics can be made into fluffy scrambles, omelets, frittatas, quiches, and much more, and the BAKE Basics is made specifically for baking to help emulsify and stabilize baked goods. It’s also working on a quick-serve breakfast patty, perfect for meals on the go.

BeLeaf Vegan Fried Egg

Nope, you aren’t imagining this—BeLeaf makes a vegan fried egg that’s chicken-friendly and delicious. It’s perfect for breakfast sandwiches, burgers, or completing a perfect brunch plate.

Follow Your Heart’s VeganEgg

We love Follow Your Heart’s delicious, animal-friendly products, and the company’s VeganEgg is no exception. It can be used to replace eggs in baking, but you can also create scrambles, omelets, and even quiches. The gluten-free mixture mimics scrambled eggs, but—and this is the best part—it’s completely egg-free. Find a store near you that stocks Follow Your Heart’s VeganEgg. Also, discover all the ways you can use VeganEgg at home.

Orgran Vegan Easy Egg

Australian company Orgran’s Vegan Easy Egg isn’t just for baking—it’s for cooking, too. Made from chickpea and maize flour, Vegan Easy Egg is a kind and healthy egg replacement, full of fiber and protein. This revolutionary product is also gluten-, nut-, wheat-, yeast-, and soy-free. One pack is equal to 15 eggs. Stock up on Vegan Easy Egg and find out how to make a vegan omelet, quiche, or frittata.

Tofu

When in doubt, go with the OG: tofu. When prepared properly, the versatile soybean product scrambles much like eggs, but—unlike eggs—it can actually help to lower your cholesterol. Pro tip: Adding a little turmeric and black salt (aka “kala namak”) can boost the flavor and convince even your most egg-obsessed friends that vegan eating is the way to go. Check out Loving It Vegan for a simple but delicious vegan tofu scramble recipe.

Opting for one of these egg-free upgrades is one of the kindest things that you can do for chickens. Each year in the U.S. alone, approximately 305 million hens are used (and eventually killed) for their eggs. Male chicks in the egg industry are suffocated or thrown into high-speed grinders while they’re still alive. Will you help us help chickens?

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