Stuffed Bagel Bites Inspired by Real-Life Hostess-Turned-Baker

Jan. 11, 2018
Nancy’s Petite Stuffed Bagels, from Kraft Heinz Co., are made with the same quality ingredients used in home cooking.

New Nancy’s Petite Stuffed Bagels from Kraft Heinz Co. were inspired by real-life hostess-turned-baker Nancy Mueller of San Francisco, who is committed to taking the hustle and bustle out of home entertaining with her culinary-inspired appetizers. Heinz purchased Nancy’s in 2005.

The new frozen stuffed bagels are made with the same quality ingredients used in home cooking, such as butter, flour, milk, eggs, fresh produce, herbs and Philadelphia brand cream cheese. Ready-to-serve in minutes, the bite-sized bagels come in four flavors: Apple Cinnamon, Jalapeno, Original and Pumpkin. Each 16-oz. box has about 16 bites, with a serving of three containing 220 calories. They started rolling out in November -- just in time for holiday entertaining — with a suggested retail price of $6.99.

“Delicious food has always been the centerpiece of my home entertaining, bringing people together, serving as a topic of conversation and often the thing people remember long after the party is over,” says Mueller, founder of Nancy’s Frozen Appetizers & Entrées. “I am proud to see that Kraft Heinz is carrying on my legacy of effortless elegance with the launch of the delicious new Petite Stuffed Bagels.”