Mediterranean Egg Bites In Instant Pot With Herbs & Feta (VIDEO)

Perfectly cooked Mediterranean-style Instant Pot egg bites with red peppers, sun-dried tomatoes and feta cheese. This protein-rich breakfast recipe is partly inspired by the Starbucks sour vide egg bites but are made with whole eggs and nutrient-dense ingredients. They are delicious and convenient and can be stored in the fridge for up to 3 days for those on-the-go breakfasts, lunchboxes and snacks. Low-carb, gluten-free, with 8 (green) Weight Watchers Smart Points per serving.

Egg Bites In Instant Pot Mediterranean-Style

Egg bites are both delicious and convenient and making them in the Instant Pot mimics the French “sous vide’ technique resulting in a velvety texture bursting with flavour.

We decided to go with the Mediterranean flavours using sauteed onions, sweet red peppers, sun-dried tomatoes and parsley and added creamy feta cheese for both flavour and texture. These eggs bites are very nutritious (check the full nutrient breakdown in the recipe card below) and are great for anyone following a low-carb, gluten-free, or Mediterranean diet. 

You can use this recipe as a template to create your own versions of Instant Pot egg bites. Check out our cheesy jalapeno egg bites version here.


How to make EGG BITES IN Instant Pot 

Besides the Instant Pot and the trivet, which usually come with your pressure cooker, you will also need a silicone egg bite mold that fits inside the pot. These molds usually have 6-7 casings and you can pick one or two up on Amazon or as part of an Instant Pot accessory set (also available online).

Instant Pot Egg Bites Using Silicone Mold

These molds are quite handy as you can use them both in the pressure cooker and in the oven and make mini-muffins, egg bites, cake pops, meatloaf bites, baby food and so on. If you have two molds, you can stack them on top of each other and make a double batch of this recipe.

Once you have whisked the eggs and milk, you can add whatever you else you feel like. Here are some egg bites suggestions:

  • Chorizo egg bites
  • Crispy bacon & mushroom 
  • Cheese & chives 
  • Pizza egg bites
  • Sausage & broccoli (use pre-cooked sausage)
  • Buffalo chicken (use pre-cooked chicken)
  • Asparagus & goat’s cheese

How much egg mixture per egg bite do I need?

You will usually need about one egg per bite, plus a little milk and other fillings. For a 7-bite mold, you can still get away with 6 eggs (maybe some of them could be large eggs). You’re looking at 6 medium to large eggs + 1/4 cup milk of choice + 1-1.5 cups diced fillings.

The egg bite mixture is usually seasoned with salt and pepper but the amount will depend on your fillings. If you’re using grated cheese or feta, or say bacon, you won’t need too much salt as these ingredients are already well seasoned. It’s better to go a bit under as it’s always better to add extra salt when serving.

Here is a handy video of how to make Instant Pot egg bites.


Low-Carb Egg Bites Instant Pot Recipe

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Egg Bites Instant Pot Mediterranean

Mediterranean Egg Bites In Instant Pot

  • Author: Instant Pot Eats
  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Cook Time: 20 minutes
  • Total Time: 30 minutes
  • Yield: 6 egg bites 1x
  • Category: Breakfast
  • Method: Instant Pot
  • Cuisine: Mediterranean
  • Diet: Gluten Free


Quick and easy, these Instant Pot egg bites are made with Mediterranean-inspired fillings of sauteed onions and peppers, sun-dried tomatoes, parsley and feta. They are delicious and convenient and can be stored in the fridge for up to 3 days for those on-the-go breakfasts, lunchboxes and snacks.



Part 1

  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 1/2 cup diced onion (1/3 large onion)
  • 1/2 cup diced sweet red pepper (1/2 pepper)
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt

Part 2

  • 1 cup water
  • 6 eggs
  • A pinch of salt and pepper
  • 1/4 cup milk of choice (we used almond milk)
  • 1/4 cup chopped sun-dried tomatoes (about 4 tomato halves, preserved in oil)
  • 1/3 cup roughly cut-up feta cheese
  • 2 tablespoons chopped parsley

You will need a 6-bite mold (like this), a trivet (comes with the Instant Pot) and a piece of foil


  • Turn the Instant Pot on and press the Saute button. Once warmed up, add the olive oil, onions and red peppers and a pinch of salt. Stir through and cook for 3-4 minutes, until softened. Make sure to stir a few times.
  • Press Cancel to stop the Saute function. Transfer the mixture to a bowl and add a cup of water to the pot. Set aside.
  • In a medium bowl, whisk the eggs, milk and a pinch of salt and pepper until frothy. Add the onion and pepper mixture, sun-dried tomatoes, parsley and feta. Stir through.
  • Place trivet on the table and the silicone egg-bite mold on top. Ladle the egg mixture into individual egg bite bolds, almost to the top. Make sure to distribute the fillings evenly.
  • Using the handles of the trivet, carefully lift the mold and insert both into the pot with the water. Cover loosely with a piece of foil. This will protect the eggs from any dripping condensation liquid during cooking.
  • Pop the lid on top, make sure the top valve is pointing to Sealing. Press Manual/Pressure Cook (make sure it’s set to HIGH pressure) and adjust the timer using +/- symbols to 8 minutes. The Instant Pot will take 5 minutes to come to pressure and the timer will start.
  • Once the timer is done, allow 5 minutes for natural pressure release. Then move the top valve to Venting to do a quick release of the remaining pressure inside.
  • Open the lid and remove foil. Carefully, remove the trivet (using its handles) and the mold from the pot and place on the kitchen counter.  Allow to cool slightly.
  • Egg bites should easily come out of the molds but you can also use a knife to gently loosen up the edges. Put a plate on top of the egg mold, then holding the plate and the mold firmly together, swiftly turn them upside down so that the mold is now on top of the plate. Squeeze the bottom of the molds to loosen up the egg bites a little more and lift the silicone off, allowing the bites to come out on to the plate. You can also remove each bite individually without this upside-down plate trick.
  • Serve these Instant Pot egg bites with some buttered toast, potato hash, or as they are.


Oven method: Bake in the silicone mold for 15-18 minutes at 180 C / 355 F.

Serving size: 2-3 egg bites per person depending on what else you’re serving with them; if you’re having some toast on the side, 2 egg bites might be enough but if you’re doing low-carb and just having the egg bites, I would suggest 3 per person.

Dietary notes: Low-carb, gluten-free, Mediterranean Diet, Weight Watchers 8 (green) Smart Points per serving.


  • Serving Size: 2 egg bites
  • Calories: 244
  • Sugar: 4.9 g
  • Sodium: 1270.4 mg
  • Fat: 17.1 g
  • Saturated Fat: 5.9 g
  • Carbohydrates: 8.1 g
  • Fiber: 1.6 g
  • Protein: 14.8 g
  • Cholesterol: 342.2 mg

Keywords: Pressure Cooking, Mediterranean Diet, Low-Carb, Gluten-Free, Egg Muffins



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  1. The container/mold you’ve linked to is a 7-serving container, not a 6-serving one. I’m really excited to try this recipe, just clarifying in case anyone was confused.

  2. The first batch I did which was two egg bite trays stacked cooked up great. Then the second batch did not cook completely! I went to flip over and the eggs cooked on the outside but the inside was still runny and ran out
    What did I do wrong or how to I complete the cooking process so I don’t waste the remainder of my egg bites??

    1. My guess is that the second batch was placed in the IP when it was still hot inside, and so when you pressurized, that amount of time it took to pressurize was less than before which would also be less time for cooking compared to the first batch. To avoid this wait till the pot cools down or take the inner pot and run in cold water and dry off to start over. Or adjust the time longer, maybe extra 2 or 3 minutes, if you put the egg molds directly into the hot environment.

  3. This looks really yummy, and I hope to try it very soon. One small detail – the silicone container actually has SEVEN cups in it rather than 6, so this recipe yields 7 servings. 🙂

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