Good day friends! I thought I would put together a little post with recipes to make with the egg bites mold in a pressure cooker, air fryer, oven, instant pot, and even the new Ninja Foodi!
Recipes To Make With Egg Bite Molds in the Instant Pot
Click here to get your Home Pressure Cooking Egg Bites Mold I have made everything from egg bites, meatloaf bites, and even some awesome little cake pops in the egg bites mold in a pressure cooker! They are all so simple and take less than 20 minutes in the pressure cooker. Typical egg bites are 8 minutes, meatloaf bites 16 minutes and the cake pops approximately 15 minutes. Be sure to save and pin this post for future reference.
They make such a nice display, and as we all know we eat with our eyes first. If it doesn’t look appealing we tend to think it won’t taste that way either. What a great appetizer and bite snack idea for our Easter brunch menu as well.
Then there are some yummy meatloaf bites that are a great presentation for a party appetizer you can make. There are so many fun things to make in egg bite molds, from pancakes, brownie bites, cornbread bites, and more. At the end of this post, I will share 50 plus recipes to choose from.
If you are hosting a party, or want to impress your friends, simply whip out the egg bite mold and get your creative juices flowing for appetizer ideas.
For my meatloaf bites, I whipped up my loaf mix the same recipe as I used in my flower pan.
Find the Meatloaf Recipe.
NOTE: Always add a cup or two of water to the pot before putting your egg bites mold in the Instant Pot. Always Spray your mold with a NON-Stick cooking spray, butter, coconut oil, olive oil, just to name a few. Whatever food taste-wise goes better with what you are preparing is the spray you can use.
Cooked in 16 Minutes
Set egg bite mold on trivet/steamer rack and lower in the pot. For these meatloaf bites, I cooked for 16 minutes, and let them naturally release. I let them cool a bit before flipping them over. Top with sauce, cheese, bacon bits, or whatever you desire. They are so simple!
For the egg bites I made, I used bacon bits and cheese and followed the same exact method as the egg bites with ham and cheese. Each mold gets filled to the top and you can use approximately 6 eggs per mold. Also note, you can simply crack an egg in the molds and set for 4 minutes, and make a killer egg salad in a snap!
I haven’t tried these oatmeal power bites yet, but I plan on it. A few of my readers have and said they were amazingly delicious. Great way to start the day.
Strawberry Cake Bites
When I made the Strawberry cake bites they were just a little fun experiment.
I bought some fun colorful cake pop sticks. I mixed up a Duncan Hines Cake mix accordingly. Lightly sprayed my mold with coconut nonstick oil and filled each mold to the top. Placed my mold on a trivet, added a cup of water, and set it on High-Pressure Manual for 15 minutes with a quick release. After about 5 minutes of letting it cool, I stuck the cake pop stick inside while still in the mold. I let them cool longer and then pulled them out gently. Sprinkle with a little powdered sugar and enjoy. Don’t worry about wasting the rest of the cake mix, either make another batch or make a small flower cake.
It was a sweet day in our house, that’s for sure! My 17-year-old was a strawberry face 🙂
You may also enjoy all the recipes you can make using a 7-inch Springform/bundt pan HERE.
And all the recipes YOU can make using a 3 cup mini bundt pan HERE.
The flower pan is so pretty your friends and family will be in aww!
You may as well grab a cup of coffee and stay awhile 🙂
Recipes to make with egg bites mold in a pressure cooker and Ninja Foodi
30+ More Recipes to Make in Your Egg Bites Molds:
EGG BITE RECIPES:
Egg White Bites (Egg whites only)
Leave shell on/ Five minutes high pressure and five minutes natural pressure release
Boiled Eggs (no shells)
Crack eggs in molds/5 minutes manual/5 minutes natural release
SWEETS and TREATS USING EGG BITE TRAYS:
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