Pressure Cooker Starbucks Copycat Sous Vide Egg Bites
We use this silicone mold from Amazon but you can also make the egg bites in heatproof jars or bowls. You do not have to toss the mix-ins in tapioca flour, but it helps keep them evenly distributed throughout the egg bite, versus all falling to the bottom of the mold.
Meal prepping? Reheat each bite individually in the microwave for 45 seconds, then flip it over and cook for 45 more seconds. Don't try to reheat two at once - it doesn't work!
What others are saying
Tiana D. says:
Ever since I first tried these at Starbucks, I have been in love. These are so savory and delicious. The problem with Starbuck Sous Vide Bites? They are over 3 dollars for just 2 of these yummy babies. I was really excited to find this recipe, I immediately ordered the silicone molds. GUYS, these are so good... and honestly I like the texture in the pressure cooker BETTER than the ones at starbucks. These are fluffier and less greasy than the originals. I have been making these every couple days since finding this recipe. Thank you Caroline for writing this and saving me well over 20 bucks a week!
Angie Stevens says:
I made these but set to steam For 10 minutes 1/2 cup shredded cheese 1/2 cup cottage cheese Spices 1/4 cup chopped spinach Scallions 1 cup water in bottom of pot Deelishus. Cover with foil when you cook.
Jo Lauer says:
I used mini heatproof jars/pinch bowls to make these and they were really good. I've made them three times already. Super convenient for breakfast on the go without breaking the bank. I used pepper jack cheese for added spice.
Gina Anastasia says:
I've actually never had the Starbucks version of this recipe, but my husband a good egg breakfast he could take with him on the way to work. We usually would make the mini muffin tin egg and sausage meals, but I decided to lighten it up this time. I tried using the silicone molds that were gifted to us. They turned out perfect, it's now both of our favorite breakfast on the go. I was able to make it in under 30 minutes, which is quicker than what I was doing before. The pressure cooker by far is one of our best investments.
Maria Rustman says:
So excited to make these, but do you set the machine to steam?
Christine Simko says:
What do you set the machine to? Egg? Or steam? Or pressure cook? Important detail missing
Carin Snell says:
So good!! I used the steam setting and it worked well. I’m unsure which setting you’re supposed to use. If in doubt, use the steam. I might experiment cooking with less time since I’m making these to take to work and reheat. I’d love to know if anyone has tried it.