Low carb Starbucks egg bites are the real deal!
If you are familiar with the Starbucks menu at all then you know just how scrumptious the egg bites are! Those bite-sized pieces of goodness are the perfect way to start your day. But let’s not pretend that this option is something most of us can afford on the regular. If you LOVE the Starbucks egg bites, but hate waiting in long lines or forking over your hard-earned cash, then know that there is a healthier option that’s more affordable, but still tastes AMAZING! Never heard of this recipe before? Then you are really missing out!
In just 30 minutes you can enjoy this recipe in the comfort of your home. Egg, cheese, and bacon are the main ingredients of this dish, but it’s the add-ins of cream cheese, garlic powder, and a bit of paprika that really makes the flavor pop. If you are tired of your same old boring breakfast, then give this recipe a shot. The creamy cheese coupled with the rich, decadent cheese really brings the right amount of flavor. And everything in life is better with bacon! It fast, simple, and downright delicious.
Not only can you serve up one of your restaurant favorites, but it also happens to be 100% keto-friendly. This particular recipe makes six servings so you can easily feed your family or a gathering of friends. It’s not only low carb, but it tastes great, too! Healthy AND delicious is what we like to hear. Whether you want to spice up your regular breakfast menu or want something tasty to serve up at brunch, this Starbucks egg bites recipe is where it’s at! Don’t take our word for it, try it for yourself to see what all the fuss is about. You definitely won’t regret it!
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