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Copycat Dunkin Donuts Egg White & Veggie Omelet Bites

I'm a huge fan of the Dunkin Donuts Power Breakfast sandwich, so when I started seeing ads for the new Egg White & Veggie Omelet Bites I stopped in and gave them a try.  They were delicious, but of course, I knew I could make them at home. 

I started with the whites of six eggs. You can use pasturized whites if you don't want to do the whole separating, finding a use for the yolks thing.  I beat them up with some salt and pepper.

Next up, the tomato and spinach.  I used grape tomatoes, seeded them and then chopped them into 1/4" pieces. I like baby spinach, and I took about 10 leaves and chopped those up into 1/4" pieces as well. I added that to the egg mixture.  When you pour it into the pans, be sure that it all gets evenly distributed.


They bake up pretty quickly, around 9 minutes or so.  Dunkin gives you two egg bites, the mini donut serving size is three. I pop them in ziplocs in the fridge and just pull a bag and reheat them in the microwave for a quick breakfast or snack.

Copycat Dunkin Donuts Egg Whte & Veggie Omelet Bites

Copycat Dunkin Donuts Egg Whte & Veggie Omelette Bites
Yield: 9
Author: Jolene's Recipe Journal


  • 6 large egg whites
  • 1/4t salt
  • 1/2t pepper
  • 3T seeded diced tomato, 1/4" pieces
  • 2T baby spinach leaves, chopped into 1/4" pieces
  • 3T Four Cheese Blend
  • Cooking spray


  1. Heat oven to 350.
  2. In a large measuring cup beat the egg whites, salt and pepper. Add diced tomato and chopped baby spinach. Add cheese.
  3. Coat mini donut pan with cooking spray. Pour mixture into pan making sure that the tomato, spinach and cheese gets evenly distributed.
  4. Bake for 8 to 10 minutes until cooked through.


Serving size of 3 omelet bites is approximately 150 calories.

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Jennifer said…
I love super easy recipes like this. It’s my favorite kind of breakfast
Radha said…
This is a great and nutritious breakfast on the go!
WorldTurner said…
I never had the Dunkin Donuts version but theses are delicious. I made both varieties and love both of them. I eat low carb and this is perfect to have handy for breakfast. Plus they are easy to make!
Jolene said…
So glad you enjoyed them! Comments like these make my day!
Anonymous said…
Can you freeze them
Jolene said…
Definitely! I freeze them solid on a baking sheet and then I vacuum seal them in portion sizes. I let them defrost in the fridge overnight and then reheat them in the microwave.
Pfanne said…
I have printed the recipe;)
Anonymous said…
How long do they keep in fridge in ziploc bag?
Jolene said…
The FDA says 3 to 4 days. Our fridge is super cold so I stretch that to 5.

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