Keto Egg Bites | Better Than Starbucks!

If you’re a coffee drinker, you know how expensive the high-carb stuff can get. That’s why so many of us are resorting to keto egg bites and other keto-friendly alternatives. But, just because they’re egg-based and can be made in a few minutes, don’t think that they’re as good as “real” Starbucks. These “egg bites” have little more going for them than a few low-carb ingredients, and that makes them pretty uninspiring in the taste department, too.

Do you often find yourself reaching for a bag of Starbucks Egg Bites on your way out the door? Yes, I know, it’s a damn shame that you’re still eating the things. Don’t feel bad—I’m here to save you. The egg bircher is a classic breakfast sandwich, a tasty low carb option that’s pretty low in calories. But there’s a lot of hidden sugar in the Starbucks version. The cream cheese, mayo, and honey on the egg was the real problem. So I decided to make a keto egg bircher version to put all of those calories back into my body.

So, you want to try out the keto diet but don’t know where to start? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Especially if you’re an avid Starbucks fan like I am!

Most of the time, I can tell whether a dish is going to be good, but every now and then, my expectations are blown away, and these egg bites are one of those times! I wasn’t expecting them to be so juicy and flavorful, but they are now by far my favorite method to cook eggs. It’s well worth the additional work, even if it takes a bit longer.

What Sets Them Apart From Starbucks Egg Bites

Let’s start with the carbohydrate count. The Starbucks egg pieces are very inconspicuous, yet they contain a staggering 9 grams of carbohydrates for two people. What we assumed would be a low-carb alternative turned out to be the polar opposite. Why are there 9 grams of carbohydrates in egg bites with bacon and cheese? They utilize skim milk, maltodextrin, and rice starch, to mention a few questionable components. Aside from the carbs, our egg bits consistently outperform Starbucks in terms of quality, flavor, and moistness. 

You know precisely what goes into them, and you can change up the ingredients at any moment. They’re also a lot more delicious and moist than Starbucks’ pre-cooked, reheated sous vide egg bits!

Unlike the egg bites at Starbucks, our egg bites are low in carb and high in quality and taste!

Breakfasts on the Keto Diet are aplenty!

Pregnancy has reintroduced me to the joys of breakfast! I used to eat my first substantial meal about 1 or 2 p.m. after waking up to a bulletproof. Now, when I wake up hungry, I go for eggs more than half of the time! While these egg bits are fast to scramble or fry, I prefer to have them pre-cooked and ready to serve with sour cream. Macro muffins, low carb breakfast casseroles, and keto oatmeal (my personal fave) are some additional breakfast options I’ve been loving recently! We guarantee they won’t disappoint your breafkast desires.

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Unlike the egg bites at Starbucks, our egg bites are low in carb and high in quality and taste!

Egg Bites on the Keto Diet

It’s easy to become sick of eggs, particularly if you’re following a ketogenic diet. Sometimes it seems like every dish calls for eggs and cheese, and you’re eating the same thing over and over again, but we promise these egg bites will get eggs back on your menu! Our egg bits are low in carbohydrates, juicy throughout, consistently tasty, and better than Starbucks!

Unlike the egg bites at Starbucks, our egg bites are low in carb and high in quality and taste!

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Egg Bites on the Keto Diet

Just like Starbucks, perfectly fried bacon and cheese egg bits!

1 hour in total

6 egg bits per serving

148 calories per serving

Time to Prepare: 10 minutes

Time to cool: 10 minutes

Time to prepare: 40 minutes


  • Preheat the oven to 300°F and oil a muffin tray/egg mold liberally.

  • In a large mixing basin, whisk together the eggs, salt, and pepper. 

  • Place the muffin tray in a large casserole dish big enough to completely immerse the tray. 

  • Divide the bacon, onion, and cheese equally among 6 muffin cups, then evenly distribute the whisked egg mixture over top.

  • Fill the casserole dish halfway up the sides with water and cover the whole casserole dish firmly with aluminum foil.

  • Preheat oven to 350°F and bake for 35-45 minutes. Alternatively, heat until the middle of the egg is fully cooked. Allow to cool for 10 minutes before removing them with a butter knife around the edges.

  • Refrigerate for up to 5 days before reheating in the microwave!


1 gram of net carbs per egg mouthful

Nutritional Information

Keto Egg Bites

Per Serving Amount

Calories 148 Calories from Fat 90 Calories from Carbohydrates

daily value in percent*

15 percent fat (10g)

Carbohydrates (1% of total)

11g22 percent protein

* Percent Daily Values (%DV) are calculated using a 2000-calorie diet.



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Frequently Asked Questions

Are egg bites from Starbucks keto-friendly?

Starbucks egg bites are not keto-friendly. They contain sugar and carbs.

Are Starbucks Kale and Portobello egg bites healthy?

Starbucks Kale and Portobello egg bites are not healthy. They are high in calories, fat, sodium, and sugar.

Are egg white bites keto?

Yes, egg white bites are keto.

Una is a food website blogger motivated by her love of cooking and her passion for exploring the connection between food and culture. With an enthusiasm for creating recipes that are simple, seasonal, and international, she has been able to connect with people around the world through her website. Una's recipes are inspired by her travels across Mexico, Portugal, India, Thailand, Australia and China. In each of these countries she has experienced local dishes while learning about the culture as well as gaining insight into how food can be used as a bridge between different cultures. Her recipes are often creative combinations of traditional ingredients from various different cuisines blended together to create something new.