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Everything Bagel Seasoning Recipes
Everything Bagel Seasoning Recipes

Everything Bagel Seasoning Recipes

For those who say you can have too much of a good thing, we have one question: Have you tried everything bagel seasoning? The mixture of sesame seeds, poppy seeds, dried onion, dried garlic, and coarse salt is everything we want, everything we need, and is meant to be sprinkled on, well, everything. You can buy a container of premixed everything bagel seasoning or get the spices yourself to blend it to your perfect ratio. (Our recipe is here!) Once you have a jar, here are five recipes we like to shake it all over, from easy holiday appetizers to bagel and non-bagel breakfasts.

1. Everything Bagel Dogs

Everything Bagel Dogs

This genius recipe uses OSCAR MAYER Beef Franks cut into thirds so you don’t have to find tiny cocktail wieners for pigs in a blanket. The everything seasoning could make this appropriate to eat for breakfast too.

2. Everything Bagel Egg Bites

Everything Bagel Egg Bites

If you’re watching your carbs or just want to try something new for your next brunch party, make eggs seasoned with everything seasoning cut to look like bagels. The cheat is to use a doughnut pan to make perfect bagel shapes, and to finish with PHILADELPHIA Chive & Onion Cream Cheese Spread mixed right in.

3. Everything Bagel Seasoning Cheese-Tree

Everything Bagel Seasoning Cheese-Tree

To make sure your holiday party has everything, make this cheese tree flavored with everything bagel seasoning! It’s festive and delicious — just make sure to grab a mint before you kiss anyone under the mistletoe!

4. Fried Cracked Black Pepper Salami & Egg Sandwich

Fried Cracked Black Pepper Salami & Egg Sandwich

This sandwich is technically just served on an everything bagel, but if you really want to pump up the everything seasoning flavor, try sprinkling some on top of the salami as it fries or on the egg.

5. Garden Vegetable Bagel With Tomato

Garden Vegetable Bagel With Tomato

This super-easy open-faced sandwich is great in the summer when tomatoes are fresh and ripe. But if you’re eating an out-of-season tomato, try sprinkling it with everything bagel seasoning instead of salt and pepper. That way you can serve this sandwich on toast instead of a bagel in a pinch and still get that everything punch of flavor.

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