Run, don't walk, to your favorite food retailer for their inexpensive dupes of the wildly popular Starbucks breakfast staple.

Lauren Wicks
December 18, 2019

Starbucks' Sous Vide Egg Bites have been a runaway hit since they first debuted nearly three years ago in stores nationwide. These portable, protein-packed bites make for an easy on-the-go breakfast and come in three flavors. But why brave your local Starbucks before 9 a.m. when you can enjoy them at home for a much lower price?

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Costco fans went crazy when the big-box retailer started selling copycat sous vide egg bites earlier this year—there's even a Reddit thread dedicated to it! Boxes of 10 Three Cheese & Turkey Sausage egg bites by Cuisine Solutions have been spotted for $11.79 by Redditors in the Chicago area. That's just $2.36 for two egg bites—less than half the price of sous vide egg bites at our local Starbucks. But what we are really excited for is this brand-new take from Aldi.

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According to the popular Facebook group, TheALDINerd.com Community, one member shared that the budget grocer is selling their own spin on these popular egg bites under their Park Street Deli line. Their Sous Vide Egg Bites come in two delicious flavors—Spinach & Feta and Bacon & Swiss—we'll take both, please!

These egg bites come individually wrapped, so you can enjoy just one at a time if you're looking for a quick protein-packed snack. You can find them in the refrigerator aisle for $2.79 per two bites.

While these new egg bites sound super tasty, we love whipping up our own muffin tin egg bites to kick off the week—it helps you get the exact flavors you're craving, sneak in some veggies and costs even less! Some of our favorites include Easy Loaded Baked Omelet Muffins and Parmesan & Vegetable Muffin Tin Omelets. Yum.

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