Replicate Starbucks’s famous egg bites on your own! This Instant Pot egg bites recipe is a must try!
With a creamy and velvety texture and bursting full of flavor- Starbucks sure has perfected the recipe for those delicious egg bites you love treating yourself to. And guess what? You can actually try making them all by yourself in your own kitchen, with just a handful of ingredients.
Plus, you also don’t need to spend a lot of time in the kitchen to get that done- if you have your Instant Pot, you’re pretty much set.
Next to our Instant Pot Hard Boiled Eggs, this is one of the easiest Instant Pot breakfast recipes to make.
Ready to give these delicious instant pot egg bites a shot? Here’s everything you need to know!
Table of contents
Starbucks Egg Bites Ingredients
- black pepper
- cream cheese
- cottage cheese
- Gruyere cheese
Supplies Used to Make Starbucks Bacon Egg Bites
How to Make Instant Pot Egg Bites?
Instant Pot breakfast recipes are so convenient. You can prep your breakfast and then let it cook while you get ready for the day.
You're going to want to shred the cheese and cook the bacon and then you'll be able to mix all your ingredients together.
Copycat Starbucks egg bites mix up easily and cook in no time at all. You'll want to add this Instant Pot egg bites recipe to your meal plan.
While Starbucks might make their egg bites sous vide (which does take a lot of time), you can recreate and achieve pretty much the same texture and taste if you try making them in your Instant Pot.
Pressure cooker eggs take less time and are just as delicious.
It also saves up a lot of your time and effort, which is another plus, especially for all those on a time crunch.
These egg bites can turn out to be a super convenient and delicious breakfast option. They’re packed with a lot of protein as well, so that’s another tick on the box right there. Team it up with your morning cup of coffee and you’re good to go.
In fact, these egg bites can also be a great low carb and keto friendly breakfast option.
Not a bacon person? Or maybe you just want to create another variant of these creamy egg bites.
Whatever it is, you’ll be happy to know that you actually do have a lot of scope to turn things around and give these egg bites your own take- depending on your taste and preferences.
For instance, they can taste amazing when you replace the bacon with roasted bell peppers or add in a little turkey into the mix. You can also try making one with spinach- a great way to get more of that green veggie into your meals.
Another excellent variant to try out is to use cooked broccoli and sneak in cheddar cheese too. And if you’re a pizza lover to the core, you can try making a variant with sundried tomatoes and basil.
Can I Store These?
Well, now comes the answer to the question you’ve probably got in the back of your head.
Yes, you can actually batch make these egg bites on a weekend and store them in the refrigerator- they should last you easily for 3 days.
In fact, you can also pop them in the freezer and they should stay good there for up to 2 months or so.
More Instant Pot Egg Recipes
Once you learn how to make Starbucks egg bites, you'll quickly realize that Instant Pot breakfast recipes are the way to go. The best recipe to start with is Instant Pot boiled eggs.
Some favorite ways to make eggs in Instant Pots for breakfast include Instant Pot hard boiled eggs, Instant Pot breakfast casserole, and frittatas. And don't forget, you can also make Instant Pot soft boiled eggs, you'll just reduce the time a little from the 5 5 5 method.
This Starbucks egg bites recipe has 128 calories per serving.
No, you don't need an egg rack. Instead of an egg rack, you'll need to use an egg bite mold.
There is 1 gram of carbs per serving in these egg bites.
This egg bites recipe is keto. You'll need to review the ingredients for each recipe to make a determination if an egg bite recipe is keto.
You can make a pressure cooker or sous vide egg bites using the same cooking directions in this recipe to make Starbucks egg white bites.
Just use an even substitute of egg whites for an egg. Two egg whites equal one egg.
Our copycat recipe for sous vide eggs is gluten free. As always, double-check individual ingredients to ensure you are using gluten-free ingredients you're cooking for a gluten-free diet.
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