Egg Bites Recipe Like Starbucks (oven baked)
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Our easy Starbucks copycake egg bites recipe baked in the oven is a mix of diced peppers, mushrooms and spinach. Egg bites are a great grab-n-go breakfast item that tastes great and are simple to make.
Egg Bites Recipe
I am guilty of spending a lot of money on Starbucks egg bites and dunkin egg bites – mostly out of convenience. Many times I find myself out doing errands and starving leaving me little options for a snack. The healthiest option at a drive through happens to be Starbucks egg bites. In a pinch they are fine but certainly not something I would eat everyday.
The main ingredients are cottage cheese, eggs, gluten free flour, peppers, spinach, mushrooms and shredded cheese.
By making your own, you will not only save money but you have control over the amount of salt and other added ingredients.
Easy Cottage Cheese Quiche Muffins with Veggies
- 6 eggs
- 1 cup Hood Cottage Cheese with Chive
- 1/2 cup Hood Half and Half
- 1 cup chopped fresh spinach
- 1 cup chopped green and yellow peppers
- 1 cup chopped mushrooms
- 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
- 1 cup gluten free flour you can use regular flour too
- 2 tbsp basil
- 1 tsp salt
- Spray cooking butter for muffin tins
- Whisk eggs
- Stir in all ingredients except the flour
- Once mixed, stir in flour
- Spray 12 muffin tin with butter (grease muffin tin)
- Spoon mixture into muffin tin almost to the top (a ladle works good)
- Sprinkle a pinch of cheddar cheese on each muffin
- Wipe any residue/butter on tin with wet paper towel to prevent burning around muffins
- Bake 400 degrees for 20 minutes or until golden brown
- Makes 12 muffins
Egg bites are similar to a quiche but do not have shell making these protein packed muffins delicious and a healthy grab-n-go breakfast snack.
Parchment baking cups tend to work the best if you are making these as to-go snacks. The parchment keeps the muffins from sticking to the paper.
If you are not a fan of veggies, just add what you love. If you are a meat lover, try bacon or ham bites.
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I’m so glad I was lucky enough to be at your house when you were making these!! They were sooo amazing! I can’t wait to make them for my family. Definitely pinning these to make! The pictures came out awesome too!
Love this recipe Jess! Thanks for sharing – it looks delicious.
I love little quiche muffins!! they are great for a grab and go breakfast too!
This looks so good and easy! I love that! I will be trying it out this weekend!
These look amazing!!!! I love both cottage cheese and quiche so I can’t wait to try this recipe. Your table looks so pretty!
Thanks for posting! Can’t wait to try some of these recipes!!
The quiche muffins look amazing!! I love both cottage cheese and quiche so can’t wait to try this recipe!
was just looking through my recipes to make a quiche today, don’t have the cottage cheese otherwise would have tried the recipe, I’ll print it out and pin it on my pinterest board for another time. looks good and I like the individual servings.
bet they’s be good with added crabmeat?
This looks so good!!
This looks amazing Jess! I haven’t had lunch yet so I’m now wanting quiche! Ha! Beautiful table, too- everything looks just perfect. ???
Jess everything looks so beautiful and I can’t wait to try that quiche!
These look great! I’m going to try for grab n go breakfasts or easy snack for my kids. Thanks!
These look amazing – perfect for making ahead and heating up on busy mornings too!
Yummmmm……been looking for things to make with cottage cheese, love it! Trying this for sure ?
Everything looks so beautiful!
This looks absolutely delicious! I can’t wait to make this for my family!
Definitely going to try these out! Easy and look yummy!
Is the salt amount correct? A tablespoon? Really?
Good catch it’s a tsp!
I”d love these mini quiches on my Easter brunch menu!! But I’d eat them any day of the year!!!
These look delicious! Perfect for making and taking on the go!
These look delicious ! Thanks for the recipe !!
That look delicious! And so easy as well!
Those look SO yummy!!
These sound perfect for Easter brunch around here.
These look FANTASTIC! And your tablescape is so, so pretty!
I love crustless mini quiches and your look yummy!
The perfect Easter brunch!
The perfect Easter brunch!
I need to try their cottage cheese with chive! Sounds like an amazing combination!! These mini quiches look so yummy 🙂
I love recipes like this. AND that you incorporated cottage cheese – I need to try this!
These look perfect for Easter brunch!! 🙂
These egg bite muffins are fantastic. Even our 10 yo grandson gave them a thumbs up. I made the recipe just as written and loved it, but I can also see how I might add my own variations next time. Adding some bacon or sausage crumbles would be good, changing the cheese and/or veggies would be easy, but as I said, perfect as written. Yum!
Yes definitely adding bacon would be yummy! 🙂