Healthy Bagel Recipes Breakfast

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Healthy Bagel Recipes Breakfast are necessary for making your mornings exciting and full of energy. You can never get bored while eating a delicious healthy breakfast like a bagel. You can easily make it at home or you can buy it from the local bakery. To make the tastiest bagel you have to enhance it with other inspiring ingredients that take your taste buds on a joyful ride down memory lane. A good start to the day is always in order when you’re on a diet. I prefer to have my breakfast and bagel meals, but I don’t want them to be from fast food outlets or bakeries. I enjoy having healthy bagel recipes that suit my taste buds and suits my diet as well. This can be hard for some time, but now there are wonderful books that are available for purchase or download that share lots of ideas and insights about healthy bagel recipes breakfast.

Healthy Bagel Recipes Breakfast

Plus, a world without bagels is one with a gaping hole in it — which, ironically, reminds us of bagels. Which would make us even sadder.

From vegan cream cheese to tomato tapenade, check out these ideas for how best to build — and enjoy — a better bagel.

Bursting Bagels

We are *this* close to the long Memorial Day weekend!!  I can practically taste it!

We are staying in town but plan to spend lots of our time at the pool. Probably do some double days – go in the late morning (if it’s warm enough) and play for a bit. Either pack lunch or come home for it, let J take a little nap, then head back over in the afternoon.

I’m thinking we’ll have a movie night with the kiddos, too. They’ll be exhausted after all the sunshine and swimming, and it’s always nice to cuddle up on the sofa with them. 💗

Today, I’m not bringing you a burger for the weekend (but see my cheddar chicken burgers or Greek turkey burgers or spicy pork burgers with mango salsa if you need some grilling inspiration), I’m bringing you ALL the healthy bagel toppings!

A bagel served with cream cheese, fresh berries and a drizzle of honey on a white plate stacked on a blue plate

A cream cheese, fresh fruit and honey drizzled bagel with a bite taken out of it on a white plate
Bagels were a favorite of mine growing up, and I was not picky. I know my husband has his preference on bagel shops and only certain ones will do if we’re going out for bagels. Me, just give me a bagel and something delicious on top. 😋

Cream cheese, sure (and especially my homemade veggie cream cheese), but I like to get a little more adventurous. Cause you know me and toppings. 😉

So today, I’m bringing you  different versions of healthy bagel toppings.

These fun bites were inspired by my recent trip to ALDI where I loaded up on all kinds of delicious eats. I already made you my brown rice with spinach and Parmesan, made with their SimplyNature Organic Quick Cook Brown Rice. It’s been saving me at dinnertime ever since – love how fast I can make it!

A bag of mini bagels spilling out on a white counter with a stack of plates nearby

And while I was there, I picked up these ☝️ L’Oven Fresh 100% Whole Wheat Mini Bagels. You know I’m going with all whole grains. I also love that these are free of high fructose corn syrup and that ALDI does such a great job of calling out their healthier options.

Like their Kirkwood Country Style Chicken Breakfast Sausages that are part of the Never Any! line, which are free of antibiotics, hormones and animal by-products. And all the ALDI exclusive products are free of MSG, certified synthetic colors and partially hydrogenated oils. 🙌

We’ve already finished the rest of those sausages so I need to go back! (And you’ll hear no complaints from my husband because their prices are seriously good. I may finally be able to get my food budget under control! Also, he loved these little bagels as much as the kids and I

Sitting on the dock of the bagel…

1. The Best Avocado Egg Salad

Greek yogurt is usually the go-to substitute for mayo in an egg salad. But if you want to keep things totally dairy-free, give avocado an avoca-go. It goes super well with the lemon and fresh herbs.

Plus, everyone is eating avocado with their eggs these days, so you’ll be right on trend.

If you’re a lover of all things egg (aside from farts), check out these simple but delicious ways to use hard-boiled bad boys.

2. Turkey Apple Cheddar Nagel Melts

What’s better than grilled cheese? Grilled cheese on a gosh-danged bagel. The classic dish gets a sweet, savory, and spicy upgrade with the addition of turkey, apple slices, and horseradish mustard.

These melts are open-faced, so you get all the bagel flavor and satisfaction without having to commit to the carbs of an entire serving.

If you’ve got turkey still spilling over from Thanksgiving, there are loads of ways to use it — this is just one of them.

3. Big Veg Bagel Sandwich

Bagels are a great way to smuggle a whole heap (and we mean heap) of vegetables into your morning routine. No bagel better for this than the Big Veg – the clue’s in the name.

Goat cheese, honey, beets, and radishes add all manner of sweetness, sharpness, and smoothness to this concoction. Even the hole, usually a food-less vacuum in the middle of the bagel, is stuffed with sprouts.

Here’s how to vegetables the right way.

4. Homemade Bagels With Coriander-Lime Hummus, Avocado, And Salmon

Even if you don’t make your bagels from scratch like this blogger does, the topping recipe is an absolute must-try. All you need is a blender to take the chickpeas, coriander, and tahini to nutty, garlicky nirvana.

Hummus is an absolute darling — we found a recipe for the best hummus you’ve ever tasted.

5. Open-Faced Bagel Breakfast Sandwich

You won’t miss the other half of the bagel in these open-faced breakfast toasts. With each one piled high with eggs, bacon, veggies, and cheese, it’s a fork-and-knife kind of meal.

We’ve got plenty more healthy high protein breakfasts where this came from.

6. Goddess Curry Chicken Salad

Far from your run-of-the-mill gloppy chicken salad, this one is all about fresh, clean flavors.

With the tangy Greek yogurt standing in for mayo, buckets of cilantro, and even a sprinkling of chopped pistachios for added crunch, this recipe makes for a robust mixture that stands out — yes, even when it’s sandwiched between dense, delicious bagel slices.

We love the smell of a simmering curry. Why not try these nine delicious recipes?

7. Ricotta And Radish Mini Bagels

A lotta ricotta provides the smooth texture of cream cheese (but with even more protein) while thinly sliced veggies add the necessary crunch factor. The flavors are subtle but refreshing, and the lemon and parsley brighten everything up.

If you’re a ricotta enthusiast, you may well dig the honey-almond ricotta spread in these amazing Mediterranean dessert recipes.

8. Toasted Tuna Everything Bagels

With celery, black pepper, and dill weed, this tuna salad gives you the familiar taste of your school lunches. A sprinkle of shredded Parmesan sneaks in to add that special little something.

The mesmerizing mixture may be tucked into carby bagels, but the fish and cheese can bulk up your protein intake too.

Tuna is a surprisingly versatile little fishy. Make it do your bidding with these meal options.

9. Bang Bang Tofu Bagel

Pan-fry tofu until it’s crispy and then layer it onto bagels with a homemade sriracha and nut butter spread, and you’ll have even the biggest soy skeptics salivating.

It sounds (and looks) (and eats) like a mouthful, but it’s actually incredibly easy to throw together.

If you’re not yet following a vegan diet but thinking about pursuing that animal-free life, we’ve got you covered.

10. “Tuna Salad” Sandwich

Even if you eat actual tuna, you need this vegan version in your life.

A concoction of cannellini beans, hummus, chopped veggies, and fresh herbs, it’s an excellent, fish-free way to top up on nutrients like protein and magnesium (minus the mercury).

Sometimes, the morning doesn’t call for a chonky bagel. You may just want to spread, eat, and go. We’ve got you.

11. Sun-Dried Tomato Tapenade Bagels

With tangy sun-dried tomatoes, fruity olives, tart capers, and the salty goodness of anchovies, this tapenade fires on all cylinders to satisfy savory cravings. And it doesn’t hurt that you can whip it up in just 1 minute in the food processor.

Tapenade is a top-tier dip.

12. Homemade Vegan Tofu Cream Cheese

Packaged soy cream cheese can come with unwanted ingredients like sugar and hydrogenated oils.

Keep yours simple with this homemade recipe and enjoy it as you would the regular kind: plain, mixed with scallions, kicked up with jalapeños… you get the idea. It’s a versatile beast.

Slathered on a bagel, though? Good heavens. Delicious doesn’t always mean dairy.

13. Power Snack With DIY Maple-Coconut-Cinna-Almond Butter

Plain, unsalted almond butter can border on boring. There. We said it.

But healthy additions like cinnamon, sea salt, and maple syrup transform it into a spread that’s perfect for bagels and will give any store-bought jar a run for its money.

If you’re a condiment aficionado looking for healthier options, we’ve got a rundown of the most nutritious ones you can choose.

14. Homemade Natural Nut Butter And Chia Jam

These homemade recipes let you jazz up your nut butter with sweet and savory seasonings and pump up your jam with heart-healthy chia seeds.

Even better, you can customize them as you like:

  • Not a fan of honey? No sweat — use maple syrup.
  • No strawberries in stock? That’s nothing. Use grapes.
  • Allergic to peanuts? Give us a real challenge! Cashews or almonds also work.

Mix and match to your heart’s content.

15. Smoked Salmon Spread With Greek Yogurt

Ahh, lox. The king of bagels.

But if you’re gonna layer your salmon on top of your spread anyway, why not cut out the extra step and just mix the two together?

This recipe does just that, but with higher-protein Greek yogurt subbed for some of the cream cheese and shredded cucumbers and dill stirred in for a Mediterranean-inspired twist.

If you prefer your salmon chewable, here are two boss ways to cook it up.

16. Avocado White Bean Dip Sandwich

We already know how great avocados are.

Add some plant-based protein to your avocado bagel by blending the fruit with a can of white beans.

The result? A smooth spread that falls somewhere between hummus and guacamole. And what’s not to love about that?

17. Cashew Cream Cheese

With the easy addition of lemon juice and salt, you can turn cashew butter into vegan cream cheese. Stir in your favorite flavorings, slather the whole business onto a toasted bagel, and put your local deli to shame.

If you prefer cottage cheese to cream cheese, we found 24 ways to throw it into everything.

18. 2-Minute Cinnamon Seed Butter

With a variety of nuts and seeds plus olive oil, this spread has your good fats covered for the day. It also has zero sugar, so it’s perfectly cinnamony but not too sweet.

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