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Do you ever use it for cookies? I make cookies for the student's birthdays (I'm a resident director at a college). Usually I just buy eggs for the cookies. However, DH always ends up eating them (and I rather no have them in the air so to speak). I was thinking of using enger-g for them, but I'm afraid it won't work, since I can't immediately bake them (oven isn't big enough). On the box it says to cook immediately. Thoughts?
 

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I've used it for cookies without problems. I did bake in shifts to some extent if I remember right--we cut grains about 9 months ago and I haven't done any baking since. It does bind them together but no egg taste so I tried to pick cookies that didn't call for a lot of eggs so the egg taste wasn't central to the recipe. Can you try one batch and see what you think?
 
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