These insanely tasty bagel sandwich recipes will make you think about the baked good in a whole new (delicious!) way.
There are over 20 recipes here to satisfy your snack cravings that will have you dreaming of bagels for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Whether you like your bagels sweet or savory, you’ll find a favorite on this list. Sweet-toothed snackers will love the blistered blueberry and brie bagel or the
breakfast fruit bagel.
Craving something salty and meaty? Take a bite of hot pastrami bagel or pesto chicken bagel.
Feeling fishy? Wrap your mouth around an avocado tuna bagel or a smoked salmon bagel.
And there’s plenty for vegetarians, too, with sun-dried tomato and cream cheese bagel or egg salad bagel.
This inventive and enticing list proves that you can stuff a bagel with pretty much anything and have an amazing meal.
Have a hard day ahead? Eat this bagel for breakfast, and you’ll be ready to take on the world.
Crispy, salty bacon, melty cheese, gooey fried egg – every bite is heaven.
The magic is in the ingredients here. Choose a sharp cheddar for a tangy taste, and use thick sliced bacon to punch up the meaty goodness.
Any type of bagel will do, so grab your favorite and get ready for a mouthwatering morning meal.
Perfect for a light lunch or brunch, this avocado and turkey sandwich is filling but not too heavy.
Made with creamy avocado and juicy turkey slices, it’s super healthy and super tasty.
But the best part isn’t the protein-packed filling. It’s the chipotle cream cheese that brings everything together with a spicy kick.
Smoked salmon bagels are a breakfast classic. But they’re not all made equally.
Ditch the boring bagels with substandard salmon, and try this healthy homemade version.
Loaded with creamy avocado, piquant capers, and a homemade herb cream cheese, these are bursting with tangy taste.
Expecting a crowd for lunch? Serve these with a leafy green salad to turn them into an elegant mid-day meal.
Served on a whole wheat bagel with fresh greens, this amazing tuna salad sandwich is practically a superfood.
There’s no mayo in this dreamy tuna salad. Instead, it’s a rich blend of avocado and cream cheese, flavored with fresh cilantro and a lime vinaigrette.
Serve it with veggies or tortilla chips to scoop up any leftover tuna. If there is any leftover tuna.
Vegetarian sandwiches don’t have to involve limp lettuce and slimy tomato slices.
Reimagine plant-based meals with this delicious recipe that piles your favorite veggies into a soft bagel along with a creamy homemade spread.
The combo of crunchy fresh veg with garlic and dill cream cheese is so delightful, you’ll want to make this one again and again.
And you can because it only takes 15 minutes to prep this scrumptious sandwich.
This bagel is not for the faint-hearted.
You’ll need an appetite to take on this towering pile of Italian salami, bacon, provolone cheese, and spicy peppers.
It’s a giant of a sandwich, so make this one on days when the hunger is real.
Fresh and light, egg salad is one of my all-time favorite sandwich fillings, which is why I’m really excited about this recipe.
It starts with a classic egg salad, but then everything gets taken up a notch with the addition of avocado, fresh herbs, and crisp veggies.
Smoosh it together with cream cheese and microgreens for the best egg sandwich you will ever eat in your life. And no, that’s not an exaggeration.
I don’t know if this blueberry bagel is breakfast, brunch, or dessert. I don’t care, because it’s just delicious any time of day.
If you’ve never heard of blistered blueberries, you’re in for a treat.
The berries are cooked over high heat with a spoonful of brown sugar until they explode in juicy deliciousness.
Pile your blistered berries onto a soft bagel spread with brie and mascarpone.
Add fresh basil and toast until the cheese goes perfectly melty and gooey.
Kudos to this recipe for using the term ‘bagelwich,’ and extra points for being amazingly tasty.
Thick slices of juicy heirloom tomatoes are piled onto a chewy, grainy bagel with cream cheese, avocado, and microgreens.
Sprinkle it with smoked sea salt and drizzle with olive oil just before serving. Welcome to bagelwich heaven.
Pizza is delicious, that’s just a fact of life. But it’s even more delicious when you take all those delightful Italian flavors and cram them into a toasted bagel.
This recipe follows the classic pizza template – gooey cheese, rich tomato paste, meaty pepperoni – but you can easily adapt this to taste.
Try it Hawaiian-style, skip the meat for a vegetarian-friendly version, or make a spicy snack with jalapenos on top.
Welcome to the wonderful world of pizza bagels!
These raisin bagels are perfect for breakfast or any time you need a sweet and savory snack.
In this unique recipe, raisin and cinnamon bagels are crammed with a turkey and cream cheese filling.
There’s a lot of different flavors going on here, all beautifully complementing each other.
Extra creamy and extra satisfying, this bright blend of chickpeas and avocado is one of those vegan dishes that’ll convert carnivores.
Dairy-free and fully delicious, it’s an easy way to turn a poppy seed bagel into a healthy, hearty meal.
There are days when you can cook up a five-course meal without breaking a sweat.
Then there are days when you just want something simple, tasty, and easy.
This classic bagel is for those days. Grab a plain bagel, add cheese, ham, and veggies for a simple but satisfying lunch.
Cranberries and turkey are one of the all-time great food combos. Tart and tangy, sweet and savory, it just works.
Especially in this recipe, where sliced smoked turkey cozies up to cranberry sauce, cream cheese, and red onion.
Tuna melts are a great way to get healthy fish into picky kids (and fussy adults).
This delicious bagel brings both nutrition and taste to the table. Layered with tuna salad and melted cheese, it’s both easy and irresistible.
Stop grabbing lunch from the nearest drive-thru, or corner store. Pack this red pepper and pesto sandwich into your lunch box, and your belly will thank you.
Made with sweet red peppers, flavorful pesto, fresh spinach, and juicy chicken, it’s perfection in bagel form.
It’s time to give your breakfast bagel a healthy makeover.
Pile it up with cream cheese and a whole heap of fruits to transform boring breakfasts into magical meals.
This recipe recommends a bright fruit salad of berries, kiwis, and oranges but don’t be afraid to get creative.
Use your favorite fruits, or whatever’s in season, to keep your taste buds guessing.
Quick, filling, tasty, and easy – this vegetarian bagel recipe ticks all the culinary boxes.
Juicy sweet sun-dried tomatoes are layered with peppery sprouts and rich cream cheese for a loaded bagel that’s great for breakfast, brunch, or lunch.
A classic of New York cuisine, pastrami bagels have the big taste of the big city.
With this recipe, you can get your fix right from your own kitchen.
You’ll need a fresh onion bagel, sliced pastrami, mustard, and dill pickles.
Warm the bagels, load them up and eat them while they’re still hot.
If you love bagels but hate the carbs, give these thin sandwiches a try.
Made with creamy hummus, zesty pine nut pesto, and veggies, these deliver loads of flavor without weighing you down.
Asiago is an Italian cheese known for its crumbly texture and mild, creamy taste.
It’s the perfect addition to this satisfying sandwich, made with sliced ham, fresh lettuce, and chunky tomatoes.
Easy and convenient, it’s the perfect grab-and-go lunch for busy days.
This crazy good recipe is a creative combo of two delicious dishes – spinach artichoke dip and grilled cheese.
If you like both those snacks (and who doesn’t?!), you’ll lose your mind for this recipe.
Crispy toasted bread is heaped with a gooey, melty, creamy topping.
I can’t even explain how good this is. You’ll just have to make it and see for yourself.
For this easy recipe, you’ll need an everything bagel, lots of cheese, and a longing for gooey goodness.
Simply made with fried onions and cheddar cheese, this bagel is proof that you don’t need to complicate things in the kitchen.
It takes about 10 minutes from prep to eating, but you’ll want to take your time at the table and truly savor all the salty, yummy, deliciousness.
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