You will love the simplicity of Keto Eggs Benedict in the Instant Pot! This recipe is foolproof and you will have breakfast for the whole family in less than 5 minutes!

A close up of keto eggs benedict on front of an Instant Pot

Keto Eggs Benedict

Making this classic brunch time meal has never been easier. All you need is about 5 minutes and you will have delicious eggs benedict for the whole family ready to eat; fresh hollandaise sauce and a quick and easy toasted low-carb muffin included!

Don’t have a bunch of people to make breakfast for? No problem, you can easily adapt this recipe to serve 1 or 14. It really couldn’t get much easier.

A close up of food on a plate, with Keto eggs benedict

How to Make Keto Muffins

We took inspiration for our low-carb muffin from this 1 Minute Keto Muffins recipe. The muffins used in this recipe are a little different, but the concept is the same. Just mix the muffin ingredients listed below in a ramekin or mug and microwave for 90 seconds.

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The muffin will firm as it cools and then you can slice the muffin in half for toasting. I popped mine in my toaster, but you could also use toast in the oven or toaster oven.

Since hollandaise sauce is made with egg yolks, I decided to use the egg whites in the muffins. No need to waste the wonderful egg whites.

How To Cook Poached Eggs In The Instant Pot

Making poached eggs in the Instant Pot is quick and easy. Just add a cup of water to the Instant Pot and place a trivet at the bottom. Then crack your eggs into a greased ramekin, silicone tray, or silicone muffin liners.

To poach the eggs arrange the containers on the trivet. Close the lid and cook the eggs for 1 to 2 minutes using the “pressure cook” or “manual” button. Once you hear the timer beep, quickly release the pressure and remove the eggs from the Instant Pot. Use a spoon to gently remove the poached eggs from the container.

The cook time for the poached eggs can vary depending on your elevation and the thickness of the container you use to cook your eggs. Because of this, I suggest you start with 1 minute cook time, check the eggs, and cook for one more minute if needed. You only have to do this the first time you make poached eggs. Once you have it figured out, you’re all ready for the next time.

How To Make Easy Keto Hollandaise Sauce

To make the keto hollandaise sauce you will want to pull out your blender. Add your eggs and lemon juice to the blender, close the lid, and then press start. As the blender is going slowly pour your melted butter into the blender.

The hot butter will mix with the yolk and start to thicken. You will want to keep blending for about 30 seconds. Since the hot butter is used to cook thicken the sauce instead of a double boiler, you will want to make sure the butter is so hot, it’s almost bubbling, barely melted butter won’t do the trick here.

Keto Eggs Benedict in the Instant Pot

Now that you have made the muffins, eggs, and hollandaise sauce the only thing missing in the back bacon/ham/Canadian bacon (whichever it is called in your country).

I like to quickly pan sear my back bacon, but you can warm it up however you. You may want to heat your back bacon while the eggs are cooking so that your eggs stay warm.

A plate of Eggs Benedict with a fork and knife

Once your bacon is heated it’s time to assemble the eggs benedict. Layer your eggs benedict by putting half the toasted muffin on at the bottom (trust me you want to toast that muffin). Then layer spinach if desired, back bacon, a poached egg, and top it off with a spoonful of hollandaise sauce.

That’s really all you need to do! Breakfast done in 5 minutes! And since you are using your Instant Pot you do some of the steps while your eggs are cooking, just be sure to keep your ears open for the timer beep.

Collage showing you how to make keto eggs benedict with hollandaise sauce

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  1. thanks for sharing your recipe. did you use the ip 60?

    I hope that new recipes will follow soon.
    wish the best.

    best regards

  2. 2 stars
    I am a really good cook, very skilled in the kitchen. I used up ten eggs trying to get the right poach. I was using the silicone cups, and tried all different times and pressures- UTTER failure. Either too runny for even my hubby who likes very soft whites, or too solid to run at all. I’ll go back to traditional poaching. The blender method gives never fail hollandaise every time (you can also use an immersion blender whisk attachment), and the muffins were the best English muffin knockoff we’ve tried. We will keep poaching our eggs on the stovetop and use the muffin recipe.

  3. How much almond flour?

  4. How long would you cook the muffin in the oven and at what temp?

  5. Chris Leighton says:

    Can that really be 190 calories for the muffin, the ham/bacon, poached eggs (x2) and that amount of Hollandaise sauce (4 tablespoons of butter!). Seems to be a mistake to me???

    1. 5 stars
      I believe one serving would be one 1/2 English muffin, one egg, spinach, bacon/ham. I would divide the hollandaise into 4 servings, which would make it 1 TBSP butter per serving.

  6. The macro count is that for the 2 half muffins and the 2 eggs plus the hollandaise sauce or is it just for 1 half muffin, 1 egg and half the sauce. Thanks.

  7. That looks like a delicious breakfast recipe! Yum!

  8. I would love to try this recipe. My one concern is using a raw egg yolk. I’m immune compromised and cannot eat raw eggs. When you put the hot butter in the blender, does that cook the egg enough?