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How to Separate Egg Whites

Have you ever been faced with a recipe that calls for just egg yolks or egg whites? Did you know what to do? If not, then you're in luck, 'cause we're going to let you in on some of the easiest ways to separate egg whites, including one method we happen to think is very, very cool. Pretty soon, you'll be separating egg whites like a pro and making some of the best recipes your gang has ever tasted!

 

Check out our video and tips on how to separate egg whites. Once you see how easy it is, you'll never struggle again!

 

How to Separate an Egg

How to Separate Eggs

We've found that there are three easy ways to separate egg whites. Check them out below and let us know which one is your favorite! 

 
Traditional Method: 
1. Crack your egg. 
2. Using the two egg shell halves, pass the egg yolk back and forth over the bowl until all the egg white have slipped off and into the bowl. 
 
Egg Separator:
1. Place a bowl under your egg separator and crack your egg into the egg separator.
2. The egg white will run into the bowl, while the egg yolk will stay in the egg separator.
 
Water Bottle:
1. Crack your egg on a plate. 
2. Place the opening of an empty water bottle over the yolk and squeeze. The yolk will come right up. (Kids will love helping with this method!) 

 

 

 
 
Now that you know how to separate egg whites, why not practice your skills by making some of these fantastic and easy recipes?    
         
 Creme Brulee
  New Fashioned Banana Pudding
 
 

Recipes with Egg Yolk

Creme Brulee

French Toast Rollups

Gooey Amish Caramel Pie

 

Recipes with Egg Whites

New Fashioned Banana Pudding

Fresh Apple Turnovers

Easy Chicken Cordon Bleu

 
 

 

 

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