Place the trivet in the bottom of the Instant Pot liner and pour in 1 cup of water.
Spray each silicone cup with Pam cooking spray or rub with ghee.
Crack each egg and pour it into the prepared cup.
Very carefully place the silicone cups into the Instant Pot.
Place the lid on the Instant Pot, twist to lock in place, and turn the knob to the Sealing position.
Push the "Steam" button and adjust the time based on your desired doneness.
When the timer beeps, carefully release the pressure and remove the lid.*
Very carefully remove the silicone cups from the liner.
You may need to use a large spoon to break the seal between the egg and the cup.
*The steam has condensed on the lid and will drip onto your eggs. Twist the lid to unlock, then tilt to keep the water on the edge of the lid until you can position it over the edge of the liner or move it straight to the sink.
I experimented with Pam cooking spray, olive oil spray, grape seed oil spray, and ghee in these silicone egg cups. The eggs with the olive oil, would not come out of the cups without a fight…so that was a dud, as was the grape see oil.
The Pam and the ghee worked the best, with minimal loosening around the edge with a large spoon.
I did not try coconut oil because I am allergic to it, but I have heard that it works well.
I cooked 4 eggs at once, and I also cooked them 1 at a time. The cooking times are the same no matter how many eggs you put in the pressure cooker.