Freezer Friendly Breakfast Bagel Bites

Sausage and egg bagel bites, anyone? This is an easy freezer recipe from our last camping trip. I wanted something different other than the usual breakfast wraps I make and this was it. It was a big hit and super easy to pull out.

I start by browning our local sausage and draining the excess fat from the pan and set aside. While the meat is browning, I open one dozen mini-whole wheat bagels a part and put them on a cookie sheet ready to go.

Then I scramble a dozen eggs with 1/4 cup milk and 1/2 teaspoon onion salt.

Once the eggs are soft set, I add the crumbled sausage back in and mix thoroughly.

I use a rubber scraper and spoon just enough egg mixture to fit and press with the scraper. I immediately sprinkle the colby jack cheese on top and set each one aside to melt.

Once they are completely cool, I package and freeze for future use. Camping, vacation, grab and go breakfast, snacks or imagine your own event. It’s a whole foods, convenient way to have an easy breakfast on the go without any pots or pans to wash when you eat them. Hey, go ahead and enjoy one now if you’re going to wash a pan or two anyway:)

I package mine in this tupperware container that holds 2 dozen exactly. I have a layer of foil sprayed with cooking spray to keep them from sticking. They go directly into the freezer for my next camping trip.

Breakfast Bagel Bites

12 whole wheat mini-bagels, split

1 pound sausage, browned and crumbled

12 eggs

1/4 cup milk

1/2 teaspoon onions salt

2-3 cups Colby Jack cheese

Brown sausage and drain, set aside. Split mini-bagels in half and set aside on a cookie sheet. Scramble eggs with milk and onion salt. Cook until soft set, add sausage. Spoon egg mixture on each mini-bagel individually. Top with cheese to melt. Cool completely. Freeze until solid in a freezer container or freeze until solid on a cookie sheet and transfer to quart size freezer bags.

Thaw 24 hours prior to serving for best results. Microwave two bagel bites on high for 45 seconds to one minute. Let stand for one minute. Or reheat in a preheated 350 degree oven for ten minutes or until hot.

**These will reheat from frozen in the microwave. Microwave for 1 to 1- 1/2 minutes and let stand for one minute.

Mix In Ideas: shredded cheese, minced onion, sauteed pepppers

Top It Ideas: salsa, pickled jalepeno, pico de gallo, hot sauce

How will you eat your bagel bites?

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Comments

  1. This sounds delish! I think the whole family would enjoy for breakfast or even an after school snack. I love your thought about taking these camping- how do you heat? I’m thinking wrapped in foil & sitting on the fire- but I may be waaaay off. LOL.

  2. Love this idea! We’re gearing up for camping season, and I’m wondering what reheating instructions you have for camping. Do you defrost before you go or pack them frozen for camping? While camping to you reheat them over a fire and of so for how long?

    Thanks!

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