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Instant Pot Egg Bites

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These Instant Pot Egg Bites make healthy breakfast on-the-go easy. They are copycat Starbucks sous vide egg bites with one main ingredient and same fluffy with no blender.

Also healthy breakfast sandwich, chia pudding and banana bread make “starting your day right” a breeze!

Instant Pot Egg Bites

Starbucks Egg Bites

Oh, my word. I have been so sceptical about Instant Pot egg bites because if you know me, I do not love extra gadgets. But boy, was I ever wrong. Armed with a few silicone egg bite molds, not only do we make egg bites by the dozen on Sundays, but also Instant Pot cheesecake bites on Fridays. And Instant Pot poached eggs for a Sunday brunch.

I have tried Starbucks egg bites once. Because the price tag is $5 for 2. Crazy! And I kept thinking that making egg muffins is just the same. Wrong. Be ready to be blown away! You can make this Instant Pot egg bites recipe plain or add veggies and cheese. So good either way!

holding Instant Pot Egg Bites showing texture inside

Instant Pot egg bites just melt in your mouth and are so easy, easy, easy. Just look at this texture!!! Fluffy, soft and so moist with 5 minutes prep. And these mini egg muffins happen to be also low carb and keto friendly.

I’m obsessed with my Instant Pot because it makes healthy breakfast so much easier! For example, make a batch of Instant Pot yogurt to enjoy with granola any time. That’s 3 minute breakfast. Or set Instant Pot steel cut oats before jumping into the shower.

Meal prep at its best. Let’s make some killer egg bites in your Instant Pot!

Ingredients for Instant Pot Egg Bites

One main ingredient. I mean who doesn’t have staples like baking powder, salt, pepper and water at all times, right?! I assure you don’t need anything else except optional add-ins in next step. And without cottage cheese unlike many recipes out there.

  • Eggs
  • Baking powder
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Water

eggs, salt and pepper

No Need for Blender

After testing egg bites, one thing I can tell you I did not like using a blender. Maybe because my egg bites recipe contains no cheese but blended mixture got so thin, even ground pepper and salt settled at the bottom of the bite. Making one side spicy and another side plain. Yuck.

No blender. Even easier for me, a busy mom. Trust me, I hate washing blender and meat cutting board more than anything.

Optional Mix Ins and Toppings

If your kids are anything like my kids, they like things plain. But I still try with veggies and succeed many times. I usually make 2 batches of egg bites in Instant Pot – plain and with veggies. That’s right – 28 egg bites. To keep kids happy.

bell pepper, spinach, parmesan cheese

You can add anything you want. Just make sure to dice, chop or grate finely since egg bites are small.

  • Veggies: bell pepper, mushrooms, spinach, kale, zucchini, broccoli, asparagus.
  • Jarred and canned goods: sun dried tomatoes, green chiles, olives.
  • Cheese: Parmesan, Gruyere, Cheddar, Swiss, Feta.
  • Meat: fried bacon bits, sausage, chicken leftovers.

Where Can I Get This Silicone Mold?

To make egg bites in Instant Pot you have to have a silicone mold. Actually two with two lids. Sorry but I tried my way around it for over a year and finally buckled up and spent some money haha.

I got this one on Amazon. What I like is that it has 2 lids and not 1 to prevent spilling. And lid is also silicone, so I’m not cooking plastic.

egg bites silicone mold

Can I Use Egg Whites?

I believe Starbucks sous vide egg bites contain only egg whites. You will need 2 1/4 cups of egg whites. And I also believe you will have to whisk them with a real whisk not a fork. Just to mix well.

What Size Instant Pot Do I Need?

You will need 6 quart or 8 quart Instant Pot. Silicone mold will not fit into a 3 quart pressure cooker.

How to Make Instant Pot Egg Bites

  • Prep: Add 1 cup cold water to 6 or 8 quart Instant Pot and spray silicone mold well with cooking spray. Make sure to coat bottom and sides. How to Make Instant Pot Egg BitesHow to Make Instant Pot Egg Bites
  • Make egg mixture: In a large (4 cup) measuring cup whisk eggs, water, baking powder, salt and pepper. You can use any large vessel with a spout for easy pouring into the molds. Then pour egg mixture into each mold about 2/3 full. How to Make Instant Pot Egg Bites
  • Add toppings: Now you can add toppings like veggies, meat and cheese. No need to stir them as they will sink anyways. That’s why we do not mix toppings with egg mixture. So easy!How to Make Instant Pot Egg Bites
  • Stack molds: Close each silicone mold with a lid, stack on top of each other (preferably in staggered position – I learnt that after) and place on trivet with handles. The one pictured came with my stackable stainless steel pans to cook 2 things at a time. I also have this one that came with my Instant Pot DUO 8 quart. How to Make Instant Pot Egg Bites
  • Pressure cook on Low: Then close the lid, move valve to Sealing and Pressure Cook on Low for 8 minutes – 8 quart Instant Pot, 11 minutes – 6 quart Instant Pot. And then we release pressure using Quick Release.Instant Pot Egg Bites cooked

How to Release Egg Bites from the Mold

Despite the silicone mold being non-stick and using a cooking spray, I recommend to grab a small silicone spatula and go around the edges and bottom really tight and close to the mold. This will result in perfectly looking egg bites.

To be able to pop egg bites out of the mold, you would have to wait a few hours for egg bites to cool off. Like a very long time, if you ask me.:)

releasing How to Make Instant Pot Egg Bites with a spatula

Can I Freeze Egg Bites?

Yes, absolutely. Cook and cool egg bites. Pop in an airtight glass container with a lid and freeze for up to 3 months. If you want to freeze in a resealable Ziploc bag, lay egg bites flat first and then toss deeper into the freezer with frozen egg bites. They are just delicate.

How to Reheat Egg Bites

Because egg bites are small, they are quick to reheat. Pop a few on a plate in the microwave and reheat for 1 – 1.5 minutes from frozen or 30 seconds for fresh. It really depends on your microwave.

For the fun fact, we do not have a microwave by choice. Maybe one day. I don’t mind my egg bites cold.


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Instant Pot Egg Bites

Instant Pot Egg Bites {No Blender Starbucks Copycat Recipe}

These Instant Pot Egg Bites make healthy breakfast on-the-go easy. They are copycat Starbucks sous vide egg bites with one main ingredient and same fluffy with no blender.
4.88 from 75 votes
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Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: North American
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 8 minutes
Total Time: 13 minutes
Servings: 14 egg bites
Calories: 42kcal
Author: Olena Osipov


  • 9 large eggs
  • 1/4 cup water or milk
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 1/2 tsp baking powder
  • Ground black pepper to taste
  • Cooking spray

Optional Mix Ins:

  • Handful of spinach finely chopped
  • 1/2 large bell pepper diced
  • Parmesan cheese grated


  • Into 6 or 8 quart Instant Pot, add 1 cup water. Please note silicone mold will not fit into 3 quart Instant Pot.
  • In a 4 cup measuring cup, add eggs, water, baking powder, salt, pepper and whisk mixture with a fork or a whisk well.
    Instant Pot Egg Bites
  • Spray 2 egg bite silicone molds with cooking spray well. Pour mixture into each of 14 openings of the mold about 2/3 full.
    Instant Pot Egg Bites
  • If you would like, add toppings like veggies and cheese. No need to stir.
  • Close each mold with silicone lid and stack in a staggered position, so the cups don’t line up. Then you won’t have lids sucked in and deformed bites.
  • Then place on top of the trivet with handles. If your trivet doesn't have handles, you might struggle getting mold placed carefully into a 6 quart pot. It is very tight and be careful not to spill.
    Instant Pot Egg Bites
  • Place trivet Inside Instant Pot, close the lid, set pressure release valve to Sealing and press Pressure Cook on Low for 8 minutes - 8 quart Instant Pot, 11 minutes - 6 quart Instant Pot.
    Instant Pot Egg Bites
  • After do Quick Release by turning the valve to Venting. Using oven mitts and holding onto handles of the trivet or to the mold itself, remove molds with egg bites from Instant Pot.
    Instant Pot Egg Bites
  • Open the lids, cool off a few minutes and using small silicone spatula go around the edge staying close to the walls of each opening and release egg bites one by one.
    Instant Pot Egg Bites



  • Storing: Refrigerate in an airtight container for up to  5 days.
  • Reheating: Because egg bites are small, they are quick to reheat. Pop a few on a plate in the microwave and reheat for 1 - 1.5 minutes from frozen or 30 seconds for fresh. It really depends on your microwave. For the fun fact, we do not have a microwave by choice. Maybe one day. I don't mind my egg bites cold.
  • Freezing: Cook and cool egg bites. Pop in an airtight glass container with a lid and freeze for up to 3 months. If you want to freeze in a resealable Ziploc bag, lay egg bites flat first and then toss deeper into the freezer with frozen egg bites. They are just delicate.
  • Instant Pot size: You will need 6 quart or 8 quart Instant Pot. Silicone mold will not fit into a 3 quart pressure cooker.
  • Where can I get this silicone mold? I bought this one, actually a set of 2, on Amazon. What I like is that it has 2 lids and not 1, to prevent spilling. Pay attention that lid is also silicone and not plastic, so you will not cook it.
  • Egg whites: You can replace eggs with 2 1/4 cups of egg whites. And I also believe you will have to whisk them with a real whisk not a fork. Just to mix well.
  • No Low pressure option? If your Instant Pot doesn't have Low pressure, you can cook on High - egg bites will puff up more.
  • Prep toppings small: You can add anything you want. Just make sure to dice, chop or grate finely since egg bites are small.
  • Toppings ideas: 
    • Veggies: bell pepper, mushrooms, spinach, kale, zucchini, broccoli, asparagus.
    • Jarred and canned goods: sun dried tomatoes, green chiles, olives.
    • Cheese: Parmesan, Gruyere, Cheddar, Swiss, Feta.
    • Meat: fried bacon bits, sausage, chicken leftovers.


Serving: 1egg bite | Calories: 42kcal | Carbohydrates: 1g | Protein: 4g | Fat: 3g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 105mg | Sodium: 141mg | Potassium: 48mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 1g | Vitamin A: 286IU | Vitamin C: 5mg | Calcium: 25mg | Iron: 1mg
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My name is Olena Osipov. I'm a mom to 2 boys, a wife to Alex and we reside on magical Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada. This is our healthy family recipes blog. Originally from Ukraine, I grew up on real food. As an adult, I struggled with diets for years because none worked long-term. Now for over 10 years, I cook easy healthy meals for my family. I can help you with “What’s for dinner?” too.

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  1. 5 stars
    Very tasty. Mine majorly puffed raising the kids and then shrunk majorly when cooling.

    I used low pressure and 11min for my 6qt. They were almost a little dry, maybe I should try less time.

    Any thoughts or suggestions?

  2. 4 stars
    Tried these this morning! I followed the recipe for the plain eggs. I added nothing extra. I had enough for 13 of the 14 molds. They overflowed the molds, but they tasted perfect! I used milk, not water. They were not wet. But they are NOT pretty to serve. I am not sure if it was a rookie mistake for what my 2/3 full looks like compared to the instructions or what? Any suggestions?

  3. Hi Olena
    Thanks for sharing your recipe. I’ve been making egg bites in my instant pot using the exact same molds you have but almost all of them come out misshapen. You suggested staggering the molds but how do you do that since the molds only fit in the trivet exactly one on top of the other? Any suggestions?

    1. Hi Roanne. They do fit staggered, just turned a bit. If not, then place trivet with one mold in the Instant Pot and then place second mold staggered on top. Hope this helps. Do you cook them on low pressure?

  4. 5 stars
    Hi! I just stumbled upon these and made them yesterday. They tasted delicious yesterday- silky texture.

    I froze them to use for my breakfasts in the morning, but when I microwaved them this morning they were like sponges filled with water. It was crazy. Very weird.

    All I can think is that I froze them while they were still warm/hot. Any insights???

    1. Yes, that is possible. You should always freeze only cooled off food. You can place them in the fridge to cool off faster – that’s not bad for the fridge or food. Also could be if you microwaved from frozen – best to thaw first. Hope this helps.

  5. 5 stars
    I’ve resisted other “egg bite” recipes because I have limited counter space and didn’t have room for the Instant Pot and blender at the same time. Skipping the blender, for me, made this so much easier.
    I made my first batch yesterday (ham and cheddar) and they were wonderful! So easy and clean up was easy. Can’t wait to try other variations. I will admit, I do have to get better at “eyeballing” when I’m filling the molds–I had a monster bite or two 🙂
    Thank you for sharing such a “user friendly” recipe for this.

  6. I made this recipe once and it worked perfectly except there was only enough for 12 moulds not 14. So I added one egg the next time I made it and used water instead of milk. When I pressure cooked for 8 min in my 8 quart IP the egg bites came out very runny. What should I do next time.

  7. 5 stars
    Just… wow! Thank you for this easy and perfect recipe. This morning I made my very first attempt at egg bites in my new silicone mold. I had to order a second mold because the bites are so delicious. The bites slid right out of the mold when I used a small spatula. I only added shredded cheddar after filling the cups with the egg mixture. There are so many options for next time! Thank you for your wonderful post, Olena!

  8. Thanks for sharing Olena! I tried 1 silicone mold as I didn’t have 2. Cut the proportions in half. However, my instant pot doesn’t have the LOW/HIGH pressure option. Only says MANUAL.. used that for 11 min (since i have a 6QT IP).. The egg bites came out great (even though I forgot to add the cooking spray!).. The only thing is that there was NO steam when I did the quick release and the IP was fully empty of water at the bottom. So I might add a cup of water next time! Otherwise, it was yummy! What type of other recipes can we make in the silicone mold???

  9. 5 stars
    Perfect on the first try!!! Made the egg mixture exactly as shown then, I chopped 4 Turkey Sausage patties (about 1c finely chopped) and 1/2c triple cheddar cheese. I sprinkled a heaping tablespoon of this mixture over each egg bite before cooking in IP.

    NOTE: I have an 8qt Instant Pot and cooked 14 bites in 2 silicone molds (with the covers) on low pressure (“normal” setting…NOT “less”, NOT “more”…whatever those settings mean) for 8min, just as suggested. They were AMAZING!!

    Also, I built the recipe in my Weight Watchers app (w/turkey sausage and cheese included) and they are only 2 WW points per bite (for WW green plan)!! Couldn’t be happier with this recipe!! Thank you, Olena!!

  10. A couple of questions?? 1. What purpose for the baking powder?? Also, this says cook 8 min. for 8 quart and 11 min foro 6 quart pot?? More time for the smaller pot?
    These look great!!

  11. Ruined first batch because I read the recipe and Step 7. has inaccurate instructions. PLEASE update recipe’s Step 7. ASAP to read Pressure Cook on High (NOT Low) for 8 or 11 minutes.

    Thank you!

    1. Recipe is correct, pressure should be low. On high they puff up too much. If yours are not ready add a few minutes, it has to do with elevation etc.

  12. 5 stars
    I made this recipe and love it!! One question…I have a 6 quart Multi-Cooker (Fagor brand) with a pressure cooker function. I have two molds so made 14 bites. To help remove both molds at the same time, I purchased the Instant Pot Wire Roasting Rack but the handles as not flexible and are too short to really work properly. Where did you find the trivet with handles you show in your video? I think this is what I need to get the molds out easily.


  13. 5 stars
    I love these egg bites. Fast and simple ready to go breakfast for my boys in the morning. I put ham bacon and mozzarella cheese in them. Soooo good. Thank you

  14. 5 stars
    Finally got my egg bites molds and made these for lunch today.

    Came out perfect first try! Made these with spinach and red bell peppers, and added cremini mushroom to one mold… I can’t wait to try other add ins and spice / fresh herb combinations!

    Great recipe, thanks so much!

  15. I can’t wait to try the egg bites, got to buy the egg container for my Instant Pot I might dice up some mushrooms as well,,,

  16. 5 stars
    First time I have used IP. I added red peppers and sharp cheddar. Taste great but were a little wet so I dried with paper towels. Taste good though. Will make again.

  17. 5 stars
    We don’t have a microwave either, never had enough counter space. Then we bought a house that has a built in and it croaked after just a couple months. Now we just use it to proof bread! 😀

    Great recipe, thanks for sharing!

  18. 4 stars
    Thanks for this recipe. I’m fairly new to using my instant pot. I added turkey bacon, spinach and cheese and cooked them in my 6qt pot on low pressure for 11 minutes. I also only have 1 tray to use. They were accidentally left on natural release for 3 minutes, but turned out just perfect.

  19. 5 stars
    Wow! Just tried these with broccoli, cheese, red peppers and a little garlic salt! So delicious! My IP said burnt food but the water had boiled off . The eggs were fine. I also learned the molds I got on Amazon came with silicon lids. I didn’t use lids this time. Some of them were not as formed as nicely as others.🤷‍♀️

  20. 5 stars
    Wow!!! My go to was Starbucks for the egg bites every morning. These are amazing, Olena! And I can put whatever I want in them. These are better that perfect. Thanks so much.

  21. Can you clarify the cook time and temperature? I cooked mine on Low for 11 minutes per the instructions and they were still yolky.

    1. You can cook them a few minutes longer next time. I coon on low and 8 mins. I would keep low pressure to prevent them puffing up too much and try 14 mins.

  22. 5 stars
    When describing to cook on Low Pressure, is that “Pressure LEVEL – Low” AND “Pressure COOK – Low” with keep warm turned off? Or pressure level high with pressure cook low? I’m only noticing these options for the first time on my pot

  23. Have a 3 qt mini ultra IP and recently bought accessory kit that include one 4 mold silicone container with lid. Guessing 3 eggs and bit of each other ingredient would work but not sure of the cooking time. Normally you suggest the same cooking time as a 6 qt IP but I’m looking at doing a 4 mold container not 14. Suggestions? What other uses do you suggest using this mold for? Thanks in advance.

    1. Same cook time as it is not about amount of food but rather its thickness. I have a video on YOutube where I show how to make pancake and oatmeal bites. Poached eggs and cheesecake bites coming to the blog next month.

  24. I bought the same set from Amazon! What are the “spoons” for?

    Also, have you added grated potatoes???

    Hoping to experiment tomorrow!!!

    1. Spoon are for feeding babies I believe, many buy sets to make baby food. I haven’t tried, they will be cooked but egg bites might be too watery as potatoes contain a lot of water. Oh, sprinkle them with a bit of salt and give them a good squeeze after grating!

  25. 5 stars
    Made them Denver omelet style. Better than muffin tin ones. Ready for breakfast for the week. Easy recipe. Turned out perfect.

  26. 4 stars
    8 minutes was not long enough to fully set the egg bites but they were tasty either way. Will try a bit longer next time.

  27. These are perfect solution for lazy mornings… make ahead… freeze & then pop in microwave to heat them. I need to get the silicone molds first. I checked first to see if one can purchase locally & WALMART sells the same brand (Suntake) which you use – however, theirs were purple. No problem… going to buy them and an Instant Pot!! Nixing my Slow Cooker for the IP!! 😉
    Thanks Olena for your great recipes & inspiration on cooking. May you & yours have a safe Merry Christmas & Prosperous New Year in 2021!!!

    1. Thank you, Tricia! Happy Holidays to you too! I would save slow cooker. I can’t explain but sometimes I would like to use it, sometimes. If you have space.:)

  28. 5 stars
    This is delicious & light! Much better than store bought. I used maple syrup for the sweetener and oil and it came out very moist. Next time though, I will bake for a couple minutes less. The edges were a little dark but that’s just my oven.

  29. I can’t wait to make these. I spend way too much money at Starbucks for the sous vide egg bites. Why can’t I use the sous vide option on the instant pot? I’m curious to make something with that option and don’t know what. Thanks for a great recipe. Want to make them today but have to order the silicone molds first!!

    1. Yes try the sou vide egg bites so different when done low heat like a firm custard
      But I have to say I like this recipe the lower pressure and baking powder makes closer to a sous vide texture
      also a blender makes more air and the texture spongy specially with milk added not cream

  30. 5 stars
    Wow, you found another use for my pressure cooker!
    I could only make half the amount because I only have one seven-way silicone mold.
    The eggs reminded me so much of many breakfasts taken in fast food joints we had during our one month trip across Canada, from Quebec to Vancouver Island, a couple of years ago.
    I’ve never seen eggs like that anywhere here in Spain.
    We had a Tim Holtons here in Barcelona, which I’ve never tried, but Google Maps says it’s permanently closed.

  31. These look perfect to have and to freeze would be the perfect guest breakfast and so fast….But need to find those silicone molds…….asap.

  32. Do you happen to know the nutritional breakdown of thee? And how many egg bites are considered a serving? Something this good—I could eat the whole tray, Yikes!

    1. Hi Karenbeth. Below every recipe is a “Nutrition Facts” info card. Sometimes it takes a minute to load, but it is there!

  33. 5 stars
    I added chopped red bell pepper, mushroom and bacon. It only filled my cups up about 1/2 way, but they all turned out great! Tastes like a mini omelette. It was my first time making any egg bite, so I appreciated the simpleness of this recipe.

  34. 5 stars
    So easy! My first attempt was successful and breakfast is done for the week! I really like this recipe because unlike others it doesn’t have a lot of cheese.

  35. 5 stars
    So yummy! Perfect protein breakfast. I made bacon, green chile and cheese on Sunday and ate them all week with fruit and did not dirty a single dish on those busy work day mornings. Thank you so much.

  36. 5 stars
    Hi Olena,
    Made these for the first time and cut the ingredients in half, that was a mistake as all 7 were gone in less
    than 15 mins. Will do the next batch with the full ingredients and hopefully have some left for breakfast before work.
    Simple and easy with endless variations to try, will never get tired of these.
    They are “Great”,
    Thank You for sharing with us.

  37. 5 stars
    I made mine with sausage, bacon, and colby jack cheese for my 14 year old son. He doesn’t care for eggs but loves sausage, bacon, and cheese. They turned out yummy! I did over fill them a bit this time.

  38. I am single and would like to try this recipe but for only 7 bites in the mold. Can I use 4 eggs and basically half the recipe or do the measurements need to be accurate?

  39. 5 stars
    I have never had the Starbucks version. However, my 11 year made these with help using the instant pot. They were delicious. My son who is very picky about his eggs asked for more. We will definitely make these for school breakfasts.

    1. I love hearing how much your family liked this recipe. I am so happy that even your 11 year old is cooking with the instant pot!

  40. Made these just now. IP never came to pressure but they cooked. Also the water evaporated out from the bottom. Should I have added more than 1cup?

    1. Sounds like your IP had sealing issue. Check if silicone ring is installed properly, valve turned to Sealing or maybe if you used it for a while need to replace the ring. Otherwise, it won’t be coming to pressure. Maybe float valve has got stuck.

  41. 5 stars
    Simple, tasty, and uses ingredients I always have on hand – perfect! This will be a new staple for me. SO much better (and cleanup is way easier) than baked egg muffins!

  42. 5 stars
    These are so tasty and so easy to make. This was my first attempt, I added diced ham, a little finely shredded cheese and bell pepper. I can’t wait to try strictly veggies in them. I didn’t manage to get them uniform in size, but practice makes perfect…

    1. There is a detailed recipe card lower in the post. You can click on JUmp to Recipe button at the top and get to teh recipe. Info inside post is just help not actual recipe.

  43. 4 stars
    The recipe looks good and I’m planning to try it. I’m really here to mention that you can now get molds for 3l (mini) Instant Pots, Amazon has kits that include them.

    I like this recipe because cottage cheese is not available in my country. Also, I need to adapt the recipe as we usually don’t have large eggs in the markets and the molds for the 3l pot only has four cups. But I am looking forward to it.

    1. 5 stars
      So I made these today. I have to confess to never having eaten the “originals,” there is exactly one Starbucks location for the 10 million people that live in the country I’m in. And the coffee in the corner cafes is better and much, much less expensive. So I’ve never even had coffee in the one closest to me (one mile or so).

      They did come out good, they seem like contained scrambled eggs to some extent. I crumbled some goat cheese into the eggs before whisking and chopped up some fresh kale. I would put in more cheese and vegetable next time as they were hard to taste.

      Also, I was able to convert the recipe for medium eggs and the four bite mold that fits in the Instant Pot Mini. It was easy to convert thanks to the note about using egg whites, which gives a cup reference.

      Unfortunately, I’ve never seen cooking spray since leaving the US, I may have to try a specialty store, because I used a silicone brush and it was difficult to make the oil cover everywhere, so there was some egg attached to the mold that was hard to clean.

      So this was fun and successful. I will check out more of your recipes now.

  44. 5 stars
    Hi, I noticed that the recipe doesn’t say to add any water to the instant pot below the trivet. Is that correct? I am new to using it but I thought it was a golden rule to always use at least 1 cup of water in the pot. Thank you

  45. 5 stars
    Yes! Very yummy.
    I only used 3 eggs and one silicone container but I’ll have to get a second one because everyone loved them! I put tomatoes ?/ mushrooms/ green onions/ parsley/ spinach & grated marble cheese… soo good!

  46. 5 stars
    The egg bites turned out Great! I put spinach and ham and cheese in mine. Even my grandson (who doesn’t like spinach) loved these. Thanks for the recipe it is a keeper.

  47. 5 stars
    These came out great and we loved them. But – my IP/accessories didn’t come with any handles to get the egg bites accessory out. We ended up using two spoons to lift it. Has anyone made some kind of handle to lift it with?

  48. 5 stars
    Taste is great, but mine don’t come out pretty, they poof up and then once they cool they are deformed like mushrooms.. any suggestions?

    1. Yes, happened to me a few times. I learnt the trick is to stack the molds in a staggered position, so the cups don’t line up. Then you won’t have lids sucked in and deformed bites. Also try no baking powder and maybe cook on low pressure.

  49. 5 stars
    They turned out beautifully! A previous recipe I had been using had kept exploding. Wish I could attach a picture.
    Thank you!

    1. Yay! So happy the egg bites turned out for you. If you want to share a photo, you can tag me in the photo on either Instagram or Facebook by using #ifoodreal . Have a great day!

  50. 5 stars
    My husband LOVED these egg bites! I did everything as instructed except I used my immersion blender for mixing. Easy clean up.. and he will love the leftovers.

  51. 5 stars
    These were really good! The only issue I had was that some fell in the Mold at an angle. But they tasted great!

  52. When you said you double the recipe to make 28 egg bites, do you cook them all at the same time? Should I have 4 egg bite molds? Thanks for the recipe!

  53. 5 stars
    I used to have a similar recipe that you cooked in the oven. They always came out tasting a little overcooked. These are so magnificently fluffy! Suggestion – I only filled mine halfway up, then added the extra ingredients. That way the lid didn’t pop. The only slight thing that is upsetting is that I couldn’t get my ingredients to be uniform throughout. They all stayed at the top, even with mixing. Definitely a keeper. Thanks!

  54. 5 stars
    Hi Olena,
    I got my Instant Pot in January and struggled to find recipes online, until I found your site. I have made so many of them (not just the Instant Pot ones) and your site is my “go to” now. I’ve been making these egg bites weekly for 3 weeks. As a busy homeschool mom it was taking a long time (too long) to chop, saute and scramble every morning so I could have my low carb, delicious breakfast. Enter the egg bites. I eat them every weekday morning, just heat them in the oven. I have added an assortment of veggies to the bites- mushrooms, zucchini, and onions in addition to the ones you mentioned. Also make them with jack cheese. SO yummy every time! I can’t emphasize how having yummy easy food as helped me stick to my healthy eating. I have lost 6-7 pounds! Oh, and you should know you’ve become a household name around here! Thank you!

    1. Hi Natalie! Thank you so much for sending me this message. It has made my day! I am so glad you and your family are enjoying my recipes!

  55. How far in advance can you make the egg mixture? If I wanted to double the recipe and have the mixture to make the bites a few days apart, would it be okay? Thank you!

  56. 5 stars
    I have made this both with egg whites and whole eggs. Delicious and the texture is smooth & fluffy. I usually include onions, peppers, and shredded cheddar cheese. A little garlic powder is nice, too. Thanks for the recipe!

  57. 4 stars
    I accidentally overfilled the molds and the top kinda popped up off my eggs because they poofed up so much. I only made 5 eggs because I only have one mold. I took a plate and just turned the mold over and squeezed the bottoms a bit and they came right out of there easy-peasy! I find that these are really good and not too difficult. I will buy a second mold so I can do a full batch and have extras!

  58. 5 stars
    I’ve been doing the blender/cottage cheese version so I’m excited to try your recipe. If I can cut out the cottage cheese and blender, all the better! I wanted to let you know that my silicone tray smelled badly after letting my egg bites with roasted peppers sit in the mold overnight in the fridge, so I baked it (empty) for one hour at 350 degrees and it’s now completely odor-free.

    1. Hi Tamara. Any silicone kitchen tool is highly odour absorbent. That’s why I stopped putting them in a dishwasher until I started using 7th generation DW powder.

  59. 5 stars
    made these yesterday and they are so good. They store well in the refrigerator too. I put some goat cheese and bacon crumbles in them. I love that you can put just about anything in these. A great quick grab and go breakfast too.

  60. 5 stars
    I used spinach & grated cheese for these egg bites & love it. These directions are super easy to follow, perfectly clear. The egg bites popped right out of the silicone molds which I sprayed with coconut oil spray. I’ll definitely make these again!

  61. Hi Olena, I was asking you about using the muffin mold instead of the egg bite mold few minutes ago. I just couldnt wait and took the risk trying it out and it turned out just fine. I love the soft melt in your mouth texture of the egg bite. Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful recipes with all of us. Take care ??.
    p.s I will try your frozen chicken recipe for dinner tonight

  62. Hi Olena, I dont have the egg bite mold but i do have the silicon muffin mold(no lid though). Will those work? do I need to cover it? Thanks!
    I am already so excited about making them ?

  63. Have been experimenting with my Instant Pot since Christmas. I love it! Will try this next. I have a 3 quart pot but I do have a silicone egg mold. It came with the accessory kit my husband found.

  64. 5 stars
    Loved this recipe. It worked out perfectly. I added bacon, bell pepper, spinach and cheese. They were a big hit.

  65. Hey I’m putting together a diet plan for my partner and myself but I could only find nutrition facts on the first recipe I looked at, sweet potatoe oatmeal muffins.

  66. 5 stars
    Love these, I have made them with just eggs and then with half egg whites, both were excellent.
    Added peppers and spinach. Thanks for the recipe!

  67. 5 stars
    My first time ever to use egg bite molds, and I have to say that they turned out great. Thank you for the recipe

  68. 5 stars
    Made these this morning with cheese, bacon & mushrooms. Used 8 eggs and the recipe made 12 egg bites. Delicious!

  69. 5 stars
    Ok… I’m NOW convinced I NEED to get an Instant Pot!! I have a Crock Pot (love it)… had the old type Pressure Cooker from years ago (was always afraid of the top blowing off & spewing everything onto the ceiling, not to mention the damage to the ceiling). Needless to say I retired it for the Crock Pot – until now.
    This recipe has got me hooked – not only for myself/my husband, but for my 95 yr old Dad. This recipe & egg mold woyld be perfect for him to enjoy breakfast. Easy peesy… freezes & can be reheated! Yes! Perfect.
    Thank you Oleana… this is a nutritious solution…! Im passing this recipe along to family & friends. Now… onto buying the Instant Pot. Hope I like it as much as you do now. Keep up the good work… recipes coming!
    Thanks again.

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