Egg White Bites (7g Protein, 63 kcal)
These Egg White Bites are high-protein egg bites perfect as a low-carb breakfast on a busy morning with 7 grams of protein and 1 gram of net carbs.
They are easy to prepare on a Sunday to meal prep a week of healthy breakfasts packed with proteins and fiber.
What Are Egg White Bites?
Egg white bites is a popular cabinet food from Starbuck coffee store.
The homemade egg white bite recipe is made with similar ingredients, including egg whites, spinach, red bell pepper, and feta cheese.
How To Make Egg White Bites
It’s very easy to make this egg white recipe.
All you need are:
- Egg Whites – Carton egg whites or fresh eggs separated. Don’t throw the egg yolks and make a keto lemon bar or keto lemon curd with them.
- Fresh Spinach – I like to use baby spinach leaves, but large leaves are also fine as long as you chop them finely.
- Roasted Red Peppers – I bought red bell peppers that are canned and stored in oil. Drain and pat dry with absorbent paper before adding to the recipe.
- Feta Cheese – Feel free to use low-fat cheese if it’s what you prefer.
- Cheddar or Monterey Jack Cheese.
- Cottage Cheese – Also known as curds or whey. You can also use Paneer.
- Dried Italian Herbs
- Garlic Powder
- Salt and Black Pepper
Blending The Egg Whites
First, add the egg whites, cottage cheese, salt, pepper, and Italian herbs in a high-speed blender. Blend on high speed until just combined.
Don’t over-blend, or the egg white gets very foamy. I found that 10 seconds on speed 5 of a Vitamix is ideal.
In a medium bowl, stir finely chopped red peppers, spinach, and cheddar with a silicone spatula.
Filling Muffin Cups
I recommend using a silicone muffin tin because it makes the egg white bites easier to unmold.
The recipe also works in a regular muffin pan, as seen in the pictures below, but even after greasing the dish, it still sticks, and the pan is a bit difficult to clean.
Use a cooking spray to oil a 12-hole muffin pan with olive oil.
Fill each muffin hole with the spinach cheese mixture. It’s about 1 1/2 tablespoon in each hole.
Baking Egg White Muffins
Pour the uncooked egg mixture to fill each muffin case up to 3/4 of their level.
At the end of the cooking, crumble the feta cheese on top of each egg white muffin.
Bake the bites for 15 minutes or until the egg whites are set.
You can insert a toothpick in the center of the egg white bites; if it comes out clean, they are cooked.
Cool the egg white bites on the pan before unmolding them. It makes it easier to release the pepper egg spinach cups from the pan.
Serving Egg White Bites
You can serve these egg white bites cold or warm.
Serve with some of the below:
- Chopped Green Onions
- Sprinkle some Basil Leaves
- Hot Sauce
- Kalamata Olives – for a perfect Mediterranean flavor.
- For a total Greek experience, serve it with my Greek Omelette Recipe.
Store the bites in a sealed container in the fridge for up to 4 days.
You can freeze the egg bites for up to 3 months in zip-lock bags or airtight containers. Thaw in the fridge the day before.
Rewarm in the microwave or air fryer.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I Keep The Egg Yolk?
If you want to make egg bites and keep the yolk, decrease the number of eggs to 8 large eggs.
Follow the same instructions.
Can I Add Mushrooms?
You can add mushrooms to the recipe, but they need to be stir-fried in a saucepan with butter before adding them to the batter to remove any water from the mushrooms.
Why Do The Egg White Bites Puff Down?
The egg white bites are like little egg white souffle. They puff up in the oven a lot but deflate immediately as soon as you open the oven door.
Can I Add Tomatoes?
You can either replace the bell pepper with a Roma tomato sliced thinly or do half of each.
More Egg Recipes
Below I listed some more high-protein egg recipes for you to try for breakfast.
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Egg White Bites
Preparation:Under 20 Minutes
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