You’ve been around the block a time or two.
You’ve mastered all my favorite Keto Breads Recipes.
But you want more. It’s still not enough.
So now you’ve decided you’re ready to tackle Keto Bagels.
Because you’ve really missed those amazing everything bagels with ham and cream cheese with chives.
It’s perfectly OK. We’ve all been there!
And I’m so with you on this!!
Bagels were something I had in my pantry all the time.
You can eat them simply toasted with butter for breakfast.
Or make a breakfast sandwich with bacon and eggs and cheese.
You can make a delicious ham and cheese with all the veggies for lunch.
Or maybe you could even slice them up and toast them to use for dipping in your favorite keto dip!
There are so many variations of keto bagels and toppings out there for our dining pleasure.
So I thought I would round up (see what I did there?) my favorite keto bagel recipes so you would have several to choose from.
Sweet or savory.
Almond or coconut flour.
Whatever you fancy, it’s all right here for you.
NOTE: You can form your bagels a few different ways:
- Roll into a log and form a ring. Make sure you seal the ends together well.
- Roll into little balls and poke a hole in the middle. Stretch the hole until it’s bigger than you think it should be. These guys spread out as they bake.
- You can put the bagels from the both ways into bagel or donut pans to bake the in. Make sure it’s well oiled!
And there you go!
Photo Credit: www.theroastedroot.net
We are going to kick this off with the amazing Everything Bagel!
I've missed these so very much.
I love to toast these and slap on some butter, cheddar cheese, and a slice of ham.
I may have to go do that right now...
Photo Credit: www.lowcarbmaven.com
These bagels are made using the famous Fat Head Dough recipe.
She gives you a couple of different ways of making up the dough, which I think is pretty cool.
Perfect savory bagels.
Photo Credit: alldayidreamaboutfood.com
These amazing bagels, my friends, are chewy and dense like non-keto bagels.
They are made with coconut flour instead of almond flour.
So if you can't have almond flour, you're in luck!
These are great for savory or sweet bagels.
Which I love.
You will too.
Photo Credit: www.gnom-gnom.com
These keto bagels are made with yeast.
You heard me right! A Keto yeasted bagel.
They smell like real non-keto bagels and taste like them too!
They are soft and chewy just like she says.
And they are perfect for sandwiches.
I love these so much you can't even imagine...
Photo Credit: hip2keto.com
These keto bagels use baking powder to give them some rise.
Another variation of the fat head dough, these are great for more savory applications.
Pizza Bagels, anyone??
Photo Credit: lowcarbyum.com
These bagels use the fat head dough with coconut flour instead of almond flour.
Which makes these guys perfect for a sweeter application.
I like to add dried sour cherries and some cinnamon along with a little granulated sweetener to this recipe for a special treat.
Photo Credit: easyketodishes.com
These blueberry keto bagels are wonders to behold!
They smell so much like blueberry muffins while they are baking.
I try to let them cool off before I slice them and slather the butter all over them, but it's truly a losing battle most days!
These are great little dessert bagels too, if you want something sweet after a meal.
Photo Credit: blog.bulletproof.com
I just love the addition of rosemary to these bagels!
It brings a freshness and savory-ness that is really different!
Fill these babies with some prosciutto and sun dried tomatoes for a fabulous breakfast or lunch sandwich.
Photo Credit: ketoinpearls.com
I'm in love with the cinnamon brown sugar butter that comes with this recipe!
It seriously takes these bagels to the next level!
And yes! They really are keto bagels!
Can you tell I'm stoked about these?
I hope you found something there to whet your appetite.
Now, if you will excuse me, I’m gonna roll on over to the pantry and pop one of those keto bagels into the toaster. 🙂
Peace, love, and keto everything bagels!