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RECIPES  |  MEAL PREP  |  WEIGHT LOSS  |  KETO

Keto Breakfast Egg Bites

If your looking for keto breakfast ideas then you gotta try my low carb version of Starbucks egg bites with bacon and cheese.

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Easy Keto Breakfast Ideas

This could be the easiest keto egg recipe because all of the work is done by the blender, and it’s the perfect to take to work or school. It’s a low carb, full of cheese and bacon, and all you need is a blender for this keto breakfast recipe.

You can add low carb veggies to these keto egg muffins, just make sure to cook them first so they don’t release too much water in the egg bites. Green peppers, a little onions, and zucchini would all be low carb veggies, just make sure to season and cook them a few minutes in a hot pan. Make sure to check out my keto breakfast Mc’Muffin sandwiches too, they are part of my breakfast meal prep and are paired with coconut chia seed pudding.

I wanted this keto breakfast idea to be a knockoff of the Starbucks sous-vide egg bites, which is why I even saved the container that they come in! The keto egg bites are way cheaper than Starbucks, and honestly taste better. All you need is a blender and an oven for this keto breakfast recipe, it could not be any easier.

Starbucks Sous Vide Egg Bites

Give this copycat Starbucks egg bites recipe a chance and I know you will love them. They are low carb, keto friendly, and extremely easy to make. Starbucks makes the egg bites in an actual sous vide machine, but I realize that not everyone has one.

The way I worked around that is by creating a moist and humid environment in the oven. Fill a large baking dish halfway with water and place that on the bottom rack, the steam will help the egg bites cook gentle, and make them soft and custard like.

Egg Recipes For Breakfast

The best part about the breakfast recipe for eggs is that it’s easy to make and portable. So Imagine making these bites ahead of time and just grabbing them on te go to work or school? You can reheat the egg bites in the microwave or oven, and it’s just a great egg recipe to have in your rotation.

Many people have asked me if you can make this recipe with egg whites, and the answer is yes! Feel free to add and veggies or toppings to this recipe, just make sure you cook raw veggies first, otherwise they have too much water.

Keto Starbucks Egg Bites

Course: Breakfast
Keyword: breakfast, keto
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 30 minutes
Total Time: 40 minutes
Servings: 6 egg bites
Author: Bobby Parrish
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Ingredients

  • 5 eggs
  • ½ cup of shredded gruyere or swiss cheese
  • ¼ cup full fat cottage cheese
  • ¼ teaspoon kosher salt
  • Couple cracks of fresh black pepper
  • 2 thick slices of cooked paleo sugar freebacon
  • Non-stick spray

Instructions

  1. Recipe makes 6 egg bites, you can easily double or triple the recipe.
  2. Make sure to cook the slices of bacon before making the egg bites. Pre-heat oven to 300 degrees F and place a baking dish that is filled with 1 inch of water on the bottom rack. This will create a humid environment and help the eggs cook evenly. Add the eggs, cheese, cottage cheese, salt, and pepper to a blender and blend on high for 20 seconds until light and frothy. Spray a muffin tin with a little non-stick spray and fill the tins almost all the way to the top with the egg mixture. Divide the chopped bacon equally among all of the muffin tins and bake in the oven for 30 minutes, or until the center of the egg bites are just set. Remove from oven and let cool for 5 minutes, then use a spatula or fork to carefully remove them from the muffin tin. Enjoy!
  3. Store the egg bites in the fridge for 3 days or freeze for 2-3 months. Reheat in microwave or warm oven.

Recipe Notes

Macros per egg bite, recipe makes 6:
137 calories
0.6 grams of net carbs
9.9 grams of fat
11.1 grams of protein
0 fiber

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30 thoughts on “Keto Breakfast Egg Bites”

  1. Maureen Corona

    Hi,

    I found you on my iphone ! So glad ! I cannot always find something that I am looking for on my phone when I want to revisit an ap, so I have saved you on my desktop and look forward to visiting often

    Keep up the good work

  2. Awesome recipe! Doubled the recipe and viola!….my breakfast prep was conquered. They taste so good annnnnddddd I snuck in more bacon because come on….you know that when one has the opportunity to add more bacon to a recipe, one must comply with that urge! Ha!

    #StarbucksWho 👀

  3. Egg Bites were awesome. I love the use of the gruyere! Well, I love gruyere no matter what but that’s besides the fact. 🙂
    Great recipe & great hack for the sous vide. We have one but honestly, I didn’t want to money with it. I let my chef husband to that instead. Ha. Btw, he was a fan of the egg bites too. He usually never eats my eggs because I make them too dry for him (hey – I like mine well cooked) but he liked these.

    1. I have one too, but dont bother with it! I am on team hubby, I like soft scrambled eggs 😉 Thanks Mary!

  4. I LOVE these!!! They are absolutely delicious and REALLY easy to make. Perfect for taking to work for lunch. My new fav!!! Thanks, Bobby!!!

  5. Heaven in my mouth! Love Starbucks’, but can’t justify the price. Love making these in bulk and freezing! On point! Thanks for making it easy!

  6. I loved these end happened to be that my 1 year old baby girl likes to bite off my Starbucks ones, i don’t know what really goes inside there so that’s why why i google searched and found you. Niente we both can enjoy these goodies at home and I think think I will switch the bacon for veggies and VOILA baby has her yummy breakfast 🍳 great job!!!! ❤️THANK YOU

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