Egg bites are a delicious meal and with the right kitchen gadget they are easy to make.
From Starbucks to Costco, egg bites are one of the most popular breakfast items. Those fluffy, flavorful bites of eggs are quite tasty. While buying them from the store is convenient, making them at home is easy too, with the right kitchen gadget.
In a single bite, those eggs are delicious. Perfectly round combination of ingredients, the small bite is satisfying.
From a restaurant menu to a store, one term, sous vide, can make these tasty little egg dishes seem difficult to make. The key to getting the texture right is the slow, even cooking, which is the purpose of sous vide cooking. Still, most people are not going to use a sous vide machine to cook eggs.
Of course, there numerous Starbucks copycat recipes that use various kitchen gadgets. From the Instant Pot to even the oven, there are many ways to cook the eggs. Truthfully, making them at home is easier than it seems. It is basically steaming the eggs in a silicone mold.
Luckily, the easiest way to make this type of eggs with an egg bite maker. The Dash Egg Bite Maker is just $19.99. At the price, the kitchen gadget pays for itself after a few uses. Just think of the money that is saved from that morning breakfast run.
Using this egg bite maker is quite easy. The egg mixture is poured into the silicone molds and the bites are steamed. When done cooking, the bites are just like the ones that you buy at the restaurant or store.
Since these eggs are made at home, you can customize them however you want. From extra veggies to more bacon, there are a variety of recipes available.
Included with the Dash Egg Bite Maker, there are some recipes. While everyone has their preference, the Fiesta Egg Bites are a personal favorite. Here’s how to make the recipe.
Fiesta Egg Bites
- 1/4 cup tomato, diced
- ¼ cup onion, diced
- ¼ cup bell pepper, diced
- 1 tbsp hot sauce
- 4 large eggs
- 2 tbsp cottage cheese
- Pinch of salt
- Pinch of ground pepper
- Combine eggs, cottage cheese, salt, and pepper in a bowl or blender. Whisk or blend until fully combined.
- Add one Silicone Cup full of water to the Heating Plate of the Deluxe Egg Bite Maker
- Spray the inside of the Silicone Cups with a non-stick cooking spray that the egg bites release cleanly. Add diced tomato, onion, and bell pepper to the bottom of the Silicone Cups, then pour the egg mixture so that the Silicone Cups are ¾ full.
- Plug in the Deluxe Egg Bite Maker and cook the egg bites for 10-12 minutes.
Recipe provided by Dash.
Once you get confident making these eggs, you can change the recipe with all types of flavors. From different veggies to bacon to a variety of ingredients. The possibilities are many.
If you crave those fluffy, flavorful egg bites, why not make them at home. It is easy, saves money and can be any flavor you wish. How is that not the perfect bite?
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