Grind 1 tbsp whole flaxseeds (or use 2 1/2 tbsp pre-ground flaxseed) and combine with 3 tablespoons of water to replace one egg. Make sure that the mixture has gelled before using it. Some people recommend simmering the two items together to thicken this mix.
For a replacement for just the egg white, mix 1 tbsp plain agar powder (available from health food stores/Chinese stores etc) with 1 tbsp water. Whip together, chill it and then whip it again. 6
Another egg replacement is 2 tbsp water mixed with 1 tbsp of oil and 2 tsp of baking powder. Mix together well before adding.
In savory recipes, such as a vegetarian loaf, try binding agents like mashed potato, tomato paste or rolled oats. These agents help to thicken and gel with the other ingredients. Also bread crumbs, cornmeal/flour, arrowroot and whole-wheat flour are good substitutions. 8
Apple sauce, canned pumpkin, mashed canned fruit of choice - all of these can be used as an egg replacement in baked goods. These will leave their own flavour of course, so be sure of the taste you want. Fruit can make the baked item heavier, so add a little baking powder if this concerns you. Try the blends of peach/apple; strawberry/apple etc for delicious muffins. 9
It is possible to make pancakes without eggs. In fact, any flat baked product that requires only 1 - 2 eggs can usually survive without an egg with no problems. The main thing is to substitute a little extra liquid ( 1 - 2 tbsp) to make up for the egg's removal. There are differing recipes (some just with flour, some with fruit such as mashed banana), so it is best to use a search engine to find a recipe you like. They do work, so try them out, just be sure the pan they are fried in is seasoned as you would with normal pancakes.
Fruit makes an excellent replacement for eggs - try bananas, apple puree or any high pectin content fruit..
1/3 cup Soy yogurt – one egg
¼ cup Vegetable oil – one egg
2 heaped TB Arrowroot powder – one egg
1/3 cup Applesauce – one egg
¼ cup whipped tofu – one egg
¼ cup smashed banana – one egg
2 heaped tbsp potato starch = 1 egg
1 TB cornstarch plus 2 TB water – 1 egg
1 TB soy flour plus 2 TB water – one egg
3 TB pureed fruit – one egg