Swap out the mix-ins for whatever may be left in your fridge—whether it's spinach and feta cheese, sausage and chopped peppers, or even a variety of veggies. Just try to limit the mix-ins to a volume that's similar to what the recipe calls for, so the egg bites bake the same.
How else can you cook copycat Starbucks egg bites?
If you have an Instant Pot, you can use a silicone mold to make copycat Starbucks egg bites. (A mold is just one of the Instant Pot accessories
you should have in your kitchen.) Otherwise, these egg bites will turn out fluffy and soft made sous vide. Learn more about sous vide cooking
before you decide if it's for you.
What do you serve with copycat Starbucks egg bites?
Skip the line at Starbucks and try our copycat Starbucks recipes
so you can have the chain's most popular drinks at home with these egg bites.
Can you make copycat Starbucks egg bites ahead of time?
Not only is it possible to freeze cooked eggs, but they actually taste better when reheated than cooked eggs stored in the refrigerator. On the weekend, you can meal prep these copycat Starbucks egg bites and toss them into the freezer. Then, thaw them overnight in the refrigerator for an on-the-go breakfast. Here are some more healthy on-the-go breakfast recipes
How do you store copycat Starbucks egg bites?
These egg bites will last for 4-5 days when stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator.
How do you freeze and reheat copycat Starbucks egg bites?
To freeze, cook as directed and cool completely. Freeze the egg bites in a well-sealed freezer container, unstacked. To eat, thaw overnight in the refrigerator, and then cook in the microwave in minute intervals until heated through. Then, enjoy! While you can freeze cooked eggs
for up to a year, we find they taste best within 3-6 months of the freezing date.—Maggie Knoebel, Taste of Home Associate Recipe Editor/Tester