Enjoy A Delicious Brunch With These 5 Keto Low-Carb Bagel Recipes!

One of my favorite breakfast or brunch go-to meals would have to be bagels! It’s so versatile and can be paired with just about anything, may it be with your favorite sweet jam or savory bacon and eggs. But of course, since they have such a massive amount of carbs, I found it difficult finding the keto-friendly bagels in the supermarket. That’s when I decided to make my own, which was actually pretty quick and easy to do!

If you’re also on the keto diet hankering for some warm bagels, read on as I show you the top 5 keto low-carb bagel recipes you can try out.

Bagels don’t need to be a no-no in your diet as long as you know how to make them! Here are my five favorite recipes you can easily try out:

1. Tasty Keto Bagels

Keto Bagels For Breakfast

I am in love with the simplicity of this recipe. It isn’t only easy to do but it’s filled with flavor thanks to the cream cheese and mozzarella inside it. It’s way better than your typical plain bagel and still has the fluffy and filling consistency. Have it alone or pair it with even more cream cheese!

Nutrition Facts:

Calories: 381kcal
Fat: 31g
Carbs: 10g
Protein: 17g

Check out the recipe here

2. Low-Carb Bagels with Fathead Dough

LOW CARB BAGELS RECIPE WITH FATHEAD DOUGH

Yes, you only need FIVE ingredients to make these decadent bagels! Add the secret sixth ingredient (oat fiber) to improve the bagel’s consistency and add a crunch, making it even more bread-like. Since you only need six ingredients, it’s very easy to make with different methods to do it, depending on the equipment you have.

Nutrition Facts:

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Calories: 245kcal
Fat: 21g
Carbs: 6g
Protein: 12g

Check out the recipe here 

3. Coconut Flour Fathead Dough Bagels

LOW CARB BAGELS – COCONUT FLOUR FAT HEAD DOUGH

Instead of using the usual almond flour for keto bagels, we use coconut flour, which gives it a unique consistency and slightly sweet flavor to pair with the sharp flavor of cheese. It has the perfect balance of flavors and tastes as buttery as it looks, which makes it a personal favorite of mine.

Nutrition Facts:

Calories: 234kcal
Fat: 16g
Carbs: 7g
Protein: 14g

Check out the recipe here

4. Avocado Egg Breakfast Bagel Sandwich

LOW-CARB KETO BAGELS

If you want the complete meal for breakfast or brunch, then you’ll love this breakfast bagel sandwich to start the day. It’s a healthy sandwich with avocado, egg, and a bit of sriracha for a kick! Easy to do and very creamy, you’ll want to have another one or two!

Nutrition Facts:

Calories: 318kcal
Fat: 27g
Carbs: 8g
Protein: 16g

Check out the recipe here

5. The Best Low-Carb Bagels

LOW CARB BAGELS

Last but not the least, this definitely is one of the best low-carb bagel recipes available. With such an excellent texture and with all the flavors from a traditional bagel, you won’t even taste the difference. Plus, it’s filled with seasonings that make these bagels burst with flavor.

Nutrition Facts:

Calories: 377kcal
Fat: 30g
Carbs: 8g
Protein: 21g

Check out the recipe here

Wrapping It Up

If you’re following the keto diet, you don’t need to sacrifice your morning or lunch bagels! With the right ingredients and toppings, you’ll be able to enjoy your favorite meals and still reap the health benefits of ketosis.

I hope that these 5 keto low-carb bagel recipes gave you an idea on what you can have for your breakfast or lunches today! So don’t wait any longer and try any of these recipes now.

If you have any questions or want to share your recipes, do share them below. Your comments are much appreciated.

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