Bagel, Avocado & Eggs. Sounds rather hipster but homemade sesame bagels topped with smushed avocado and poached eggs might just be the ultimate everyday brunch. Three of my best brunch recipes are brought together in this collection to make a brunch suitable for just one or any number of friends and family.
I’ve written a comprehensive guide how to host a Big Brunch Feast. But you can have a Brunch Feast on a much smaller scale. I regularly make myself a feast for one!
I’ve put together a selection of smaller collections of my recipes which you can use everyday. This is my bagel, avo & egg collection. Don’t forget to have a look at my other everyday Brunch Feasts too!
Everyday Bagel, Avocado & Eggs Brunch Feast Recipes
One bagel split in half topped with half an avocado and 2 eggs is the perfect set up to the day.
Homemade Sesame Bagels
Homemade bagels are amazingly easy to make but you will likely want to make them the day before your brunch. With resting time they take around 2 hours to make.
Just as with my prep-ahead brunch, you can part bake the bagels for 7-8 minutes and then cook them for a further 8-10 minutes just before serving.
Alternatively, bake them in full, slice them and freeze them. You can just pull out a bagel, prise it in half and then toast straight from frozen whenever you fancy one.
How to Prepare Avocado
You can decide whether you want to fully smush your avocado or leave it simply sliced on top of your bagel. I wouldn’t skimp on the lemon juice and salt either way.
You can add extras to the avocado like finely sliced spring onion and/or sliced fresh chilli if you like.
How to Poach Eggs
You can poach the eggs per my instructions or choose another egg preparation like fried eggs if you prefer. Aim for 2 eggs per bagel – one to sit on top of each half.
You can choose to add any extras like a drizzle of chilli sauce, finely sliced red onions or anything else that takes your fancy.
Drinks for Brunch Feasts
Check out my dedicated post all about Brunch Drinks.
I’ve included ideas for hot drinks, alcoholic welcome drinks, fancier coffees and even iced tea and coffee drinks. There are a couple of stronger boozy brunch cocktails in there too!
I’ve also given you loads of advice about how and in what to serve your drinks. Who says that you can’t have a glass of something pretty and sparking when you’re feasting alone!
Looking for Other Big Brunch Collections?
If you are looking to make a slightly more special meal with a larger variety of brunch dishes, check out my big brunch feast recipe collections.
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Janice Pattie says
Looks fantastic, I do love avocado and egg, but I must try it with bagels.
I love the slight sweetness from the bagels and the little bit of chew too!