How do you like your bagels?!

Question: How do you like your bagels?
Okay. my aunts husband owns a bread store n she jst dropped off like 2 boxes of bagels so I been eatin one every morning. Im honestly growing tired of cream cheese ha. Wats are other great spreads or anything what so ever I can try. How do you like yours? Let me know. Thanks guys :)


You can make great bagel sandwiches. Just use them in place of bread. Cut a bagel in half, spread mayo on one side and mustard on the other, and stack them with lettuce, tomato, pickles, turkey or ham or tuna. The possibilities are endless.

You can make bagel pizzas. Split open bagel and place on cookie sheet or pizza pan. Spread pizza sauce on, shredded mozzarella cheese, and if you like, any of your favorite toppings (pepperoni, mushrooms, olives, peppers, etc.). Bake at 375 until cheese melts, about 10 to 12 minutes.

I like mine VERY toasted, almost burnt, lol. One half with honey, one half with nutella, sandwich together. :) yummy. Or you can boil an egg, place it on one half top with a slice of cheese, place other bagel half on top.

You can always get a flavored cream cheese.
I prefer honey&nut cream cheese.

Or you can put butter on it and sprinkle brown sugar and cinnamon on it.
My school always did this and it was definitely a favorite.

Round here we like chive and onion cream cheese.

We also use them alot for breakfast sandwiches, add a fried egg and some bacon, cheese and you're set.

My sister loves blt's on a bagel with cream cheese instead of mayo.

Philedelphia makes a strawberry cream cheese, that's very good on a bagel, i also would imagine that peanut butter on a bagel would be kinda good.

Try peanut butter..

Butter & honey

Toasted with butter and jelly.

blueberry bagle toasted with honey and butter, sounds gross, but its actually good. 5

I toast them and spread with butter. Also, they make EXCELLENT hamburger buns!

Nutella! However, that stuff would make an old shoe taste good.

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