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Breakfast Quiche Stuffed Bagels

Prep Time
15 min.
Cook Time
15 min.
Total Time
30 min.
Golden crispy bagels stuffed with a savory quiche filling of eggs, heavy cream, cheddar cheese, streaky bacon, sausage, and red onion, garnished with fresh chives and served with a side of ketchup or sriracha.


Plain Bagel
1.4 oz
grated cheddar cheese
6 Tbsp.
heavy cream
single rashers Streaky Bacon, cooked, cooled & chopped
eggs, beaten
pork sausages, meat removed from skin & fried
small red onion, finely diced
To taste
fresh chives
To taste
ketchup or siracha
To taste
salt & black pepper


In a large bowl whisk together 2 eggs and 6 tbsp cream. Add your sausage, bacon, cheese, onion, and seasoning to taste. Stir to combine, then place to one side.
Slice a tiny slither off the top of your bagels, then run a knife around the center, making sure you don't go all the way through (see video for guidance). Carefully but firmly use your thumbs to push the center of the bagel to the outside, making way for your filling.
Carefully spoon the filling into the bagels and place them on a baking tray. Pop in the oven at 375˚F for 15mins or until the bagel is crispy and the filling is cooked. A good way to check is to poke the quiche with a toothpick to see if it comes out dry or not.
Serve with a good sprinkling of fresh chives and your favorite dip!


a) Tearing out the center - A lot of similar recipes actually tear out the center, instead of squishing it to the sides. Whilst this makes more room for the filling, it is an obvious waste of bagel. Squishing to the sides does make a more dense and doughy texture, which I actually really like. If you'd prefer a thin bagel, the above filling will probably only fill 3 instead of 4 bagels (depending on how much you tear out).

b) Different Fillings - Feel free to switch up the fillings! However, I definitely recommend keeping the eggs/cream/cheese for consistency. Also If you're subbing a considerable amount more veg, I'd fry off some to get rid of some of the moisture, otherwise, the quiche will be slightly watery.

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