Sous Vide, Bagel-Shaped Eggs Offer Craveable Breakfast Alternative
Online PR News – 19-September-2020 – LAKEWOOD, Colo. – Einstein Bros.® Bagels knows that there isn’t a gluten-free bagel that can compete with the taste of fresh-baked bagels. So, the brand invented Sous Vide Eggels to meet the needs of its gluten-free friends, available beginning Sept. 17, 2020. These flavor-packed eggs, shaped like bagels, come in two tasty flavors:
Three Meat & Cheese Eggel: Made with all-natural nitrate-free bacon, turkey sausage and uncured ham, paired with white cheddar cheese and everything bagel seasoning
Veggie Egg White Eggel: This vegetarian option includes fresh bell peppers, onions, tomatoes, portobello mushrooms and spinach with asiago cheese
“Using the sous vide method to cook the Eggels keeps the eggs light and fluffy,” said Chef Chad Thompson, Head of Culinary Innovation at Einstein Bros. Bagels. “The new Eggels may be gluten-free, but they are just as satisfying as a fresh-baked bagel.”
Eggels will be offered at participating Einstein Bros. Bagels locations across the country, excluding airport, hotels and university locations. Those looking for the most convenient way to get their Eggels can order through the Einstein Bros. Bagels app for to-go or curbside pick up; download at the App Store or Google Play.
For more information, visit http://http://www.EinsteinBros.com.
About Einstein Noah Restaurant Group, Inc.
Einstein Bros.® Bagels is part of the Bagel Brands family, a leading quick-casual company also known for Bruegger’s Bagels®, Noah's New York Bagels® and Manhattan Bagel® brands. Einstein Bros.® Bagels is a neighborhood bagelry that's always baking up a new way to bagel. Known for its fresh-baked bagels available in a variety of flavors and premium double-whipped shmears, Einstein Bros.® Bagels also serves gourmet bagel sandwiches, coffee, espresso, sweets and snacks. Einstein Bros.® Bagels is proud to be the largest bagel retail company in America with more than 700 locations in 40 states and the District of Columbia. To learn more, visit http://http://www.EinsteinBros.com.