Introduction: Copycat Sous Vide Eggs ( STARBUCKS )
THANKS for visiting my first instructable!! Today we are making copycat STARBUCKS Sous Vide eggs.
To start, the recipe list
1/4 cup Neufchatel / cream cheese
1/2 cup grated gruyere cheese
1/4 teaspoon salt
3 slices of cooked bacon ( add more, bacon is good for you! )
6 Four ( 4 ) ounce canning jars with 2 piece screw on lids
Set your Sous Vide cooker to 172 Degrees
Cook your bacon, and cut it into halves or quarters.
The bacon we buy is pretty thick and long, so i think ours ended up actually being cut into quarters to fit the jars better.
Don't forget to test the bacon to make sure it isn't poisoned!!
Crack all of your eggs into a bowl, add the cream cheese.
Add your grated Gruyere cheese
Add the Quarter teaspoon of salt.
Throw your mixture into your blender.
Blend at medium / high until everything is combined smoothly.
We stopped about halfway and got the stragglers back into the pool.
After everything is all blended up, you want to put your uneaten bacon into the bottom of the jars.
Pour your egg mixture evenly into the jars.
( ours ended up perfectly to the bottom rim of the jar, be careful, yours may not be exactly like ours! )
Gently screw the lids on to fingertip tight! Be very careful with this step!!
If you over tighten, the pressure in the jar might cause it to break in the water bath.
ALL THE KIDS IN THE POOL!!!!!!!
please use tongs, this water is HOT!!!
Place your jars in your 172 degree water and set your timer for 1 hour.
*you will see some small bubbles coming from the jars, this is ok, the heat is pressurizing the jar and allowing air out.
While you wait, play a fun family game!
Or not so fun to your wife and kid because you stomp their measly souls EVERY time you play!!!!
I AM THE MONOPLOY MASTER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
When your hour is up, and the family has stopped crying from the monopoly whooping,
carefully remove the eggs from the water bath.
BE CAREFUL!! they are hot!!
Set them on the counter to cool off a bit.
Use a knife to go around the edge of the jar and carefully release the beautiful eggy goodness onto a plate.
These things are beautiful and amazingly good!!
Feel free to tweak the recipe to your liking!!
hairyhenderson made it!
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Please be positive and constructive.
Do the eggs stick to the jars? Should they be greased first?