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Copycat Starbucks Sous Vide Eggs

Make copycat Starbucks sous vide eggs bites you love right at home! It’s never been easier to make your favorite egg bites with leftover ham in your Instant Pot, Ninja Foodi egg bites have two options or the oven. A low fat and keto breakfast you’ll love.

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Starbucks sous vide eggs are great filled with meat or vegetarian too. It’s a great recipe that’s low carb. If you love them then you should try our other Instant Pot recipes for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. (originally published 12/18, affiliate links present)

Ninja Foodi Sous Vide Egg Bites

We started making these vegetarian pressure cooker egg bites the other day and they came out so well we decided to make some more copycat Starbucks sous vide eggs with different ingredients! We’re using the high pressure function for these, with an egg mold.

There are a ton of variations when it comes to making your own Instant Pot sous vide eggs. If you don’t have a pressure cooker there are no worries. You can make egg bites in your oven too. Got leftover ham??

  • This sous vide egg bites recipe are perfect to it up to create a protein packed keto breakfast everyone in your house will love.

Love LOTS of cheese…us too!! Load it up my friends! This is a favorite Instant Pot breakfast options to make on busy mornings. You could make these as slow cooker eggs too though.

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Instant Pot Sous Vide Egg Bites

These baked eggs look easy enough right?? If all you have on hand is shredded cheese and eggs then use that but these egg bites are going to go on our list of leftover ham recipe ideas since it’s after the holidays so we’re including that in our recipe.

If you want a vegetarian sous vide egg bit recipe then leave cheese out. They will still have a lot of flavor so no worries. Love breakfast for dinner….these are a great option on those days too.

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Sous Vide in pressure cooker

You could use a Mealthy or Crockpot Express to make this as well. I have a 6 quart model of all of them and they all work the same, really. If you have a foodi you are going to use the lid that is not attached for this one.

  • Using your Ninja Foodi or IP is a hands off process – just mix the ingredients, pour into the mold, set the time and walk away
  • It is a great way to make crustless quiche bites in essence without any of the good stuff sticking to the sides of the pan (silicone egg mold allows eggs to just pop right out)
  • If it is summertime you don’t have to turn on your oven or stovetop so it doesn’t heat up your house
  • Well….because I’m an Instant Pot obsessed mom who cooks everything in my pressure cooker.
  • Super short cooking time for busy moms.

For this one, NO expensive sous vide machine is necessary. But tastes almost identical.

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Instant Pot sous vide egg bites

Ok so you aren’t actually going to sous vide eggs in one of those expensive machines. You don’t need that but with this you’ll get the same super tender texture you would with that.

  • Instant Pot egg mold
  • Trivet – I like one with handles on the sides
  • Eggs
  • Plain greek yogurt
  • Cheese
  • Cottage cheese
  • Salt, pepper too if you like
  • Ham or leftover crumbled bacon works too

Of course you can leave the meat out and make these vegetarian too.

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How to make egg bites in the oven

  1. Follow steps 2 & 3 below to create your sous vide egg mixture
  2. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees
  3. Spray non stick spray into each hole of a muffin tin
    1. or you could use oven safe silicone egg cups
  4. Pour egg mixture into each hole, no more than 3/4 of the way full (easiest way is to use a large measuring cup with a spout to pour egg mixture in)
  5. Top each one with a little parmesan cheese (optional but good)
  6. Put muffin tin into oven for 18-22 minutes or until the edges of each one are lightly browned
    1. Some people like their eggs very done and others prefer them looser thus the variance in time

Instant Pot sous vide egg

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Starbucks Sous Vide Eggs

Make Starbucks sous vide eggs you love right at home now! It’s never been easier to make your favorite egg bites in your Instant Pot or oven, here’s how.
Course Breakfast, Snack
Cuisine American, French
Keyword egg bites, eggs, instant pot, pressure cooker, sous vide
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
Servings 6
Calories 213kcal
Author The Typical Mom



  • 6 eggs
  • 1 c cheese we used cheddar
  • 3/4 c cottage cheese not fat free version
  • 1/4 c basil fresh, chopped
  • 1/2 c ham diced
  • 1 tsp salt optional
  • 3/4 c yogurt greek plain style


  • Add 1.5 c water to pot and lower a trivet inside.
  • Scramble together in a bowl your eggs, then pour them into a blender with your cheese, yogurt and cottage cheese. Blend until smooth.
  • Pour egg mixture in a bowl and add diced ham, stir together.
  • Add basil to bottom of each egg hole in your mold.
  • Pour egg mixture into egg molds evenly between all the holes.
  • Cover entire mold with foil and make a sling out of foil so you can lower it on to your trivet.
  • Close lid and steam valve and press the steam button, set timer to 9 minutes.
  • Allow steam to naturally release for 10 minutes, then release rest of pressure.
  • Carefully remove egg bites from molds and enjoy.
Nutrition Facts
Starbucks Sous Vide Eggs
Amount Per Serving (3 oz)
Calories 213 Calories from Fat 126
% Daily Value*
Fat 14g22%
Saturated Fat 7g44%
Cholesterol 199mg66%
Sodium 822mg36%
Potassium 189mg5%
Carbohydrates 2g1%
Sugar 2g2%
Protein 16g32%
Vitamin A 550IU11%
Vitamin C 0.3mg0%
Calcium 223mg22%
Iron 1mg6%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
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Thursday 22nd of September 2022

9 minutes in high or low? :)


Thursday 22nd of September 2022

Nevermind! Steam button - not pressure! Got it. 👌🏼


Thursday 4th of February 2021

This is a great "treat" breakfast. I have the fortune to be able to get organic duck eggs which are somewhat larger so was able to stretch the portions to 10. The only downside was that I found them very "rich" and one was enough for most, so froze the remainder. I did find they don't freeze well. Good recipe though.


Tuesday 16th of June 2020

How would you recommend storing these? Can some be put in the freezer for later? I used bacon and gruyere cheese like starbucks and they turned out great!

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Tuesday 16th of June 2020

OH good!! I have never had any left but I'd think you could refrigerate them for a day or two and then rewarm.


Monday 23rd of March 2020

Hi any idea why mine tasted like silicone? Anyone ever have that problem?


Monday 9th of March 2020

Any ideas of what I can do to make them creamier inside… Mine turned out fine but they were a little dense… Not like they were over done because they weren’t but, the Starbucks egg bites I can eat because they are moist. Mine did not turn out like those. I’ve had stomach surgery and can’t eat scrambled eggs, but I’m able to eat Starbucks egg bites. Any ideas from any of you to make them creamier??


Sunday 6th of March 2022

@Bonnie, if you ever see this . . . I put 6 eggs, 1/2 c cream, 1/2 c cream cheese in the blender for basic batter. I cook in InstaPot for 8 min, natural release.


Friday 16th of October 2020

The Starbucks one have starches in them in the ingredient list

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