Aldi is Selling $3 Sous Vide Egg Bites That Are Just Like The Ones At Starbucks, Just Cheaper

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I am simply loving Aldi more and more! From their Cheese Advent Calendars, to their Stuffed Giant Sloth, to their $4 Succulents, they have THE BEST finds, and they don’t disappoint with this one.

Via The Community on Facebook

Certain Aldi stores are selling Sous Vide Egg Bites, with more stores receiving them in February of 2020.

If the Sous Vide Egg Bites sound familiar, that is because Starbucks offers ALMOST the same thing in their refrigerator section.

These extremely popular egg bites run about $4.45 at Starbucks. That can get hella-expensive for those that go there on the daily.

The found these Sous Vide Egg Bites at Aldi for $2.79. I am not a mathematician, but that is just a little less than HALF the price of the Starbucks version.

You might be wondering, WHAT THE HECK IS A SOUS VIDE EGG BITE. I know I was. I scoured the internet, and finally found the answer.

Sous vide cooking is the process of sealing food in an airtight container—usually a vacuum sealed bag—and then cooking that food in temperature-controlled water.

Bon Appetit

Yeah. That’s just WAY too much cooking for me! I’ll just take the Aldi version — which come two to a pack, in flavors like Bacon and Swiss or Spinach and Feta — which I can just pop in the microwave for one minute.

No driving to Starbucks, no breaking the bank to pay for the egg bites, and no messing up the kitchen with complicated cooking processes!

You can pick up these Egg Bites right in the Aldi refrigerated section. Looks like you’ve found breakfast for the next week!

By the way, these are completely Keto friendly. Did you see that they have 19g of protein?!? That is a GREAT shot of protein to start my day of right. Looks like I’ll be going to Aldi to stock up on these yummy egg bites, too!

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  1. You’ve posted a photo of Lidl, not Aldi above. Oops.

  2. says it’s as simple as putting food in an airtight container before cooking it at a controlled water temperature.

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