Top Rated Bagel Recipes

Pizza Bagel
The truth is, whether you enjoy them as the prepackaged, frozen mini versions, or a homemade version, pizza bagels often hit the spot when you are in the mood for pizza quickly but don’t want to order a pie. Personalized and easily portion-regulated, this breakfast food’s pizza makeover is also kid-friendly and can be made by even the clumsiest little hands. Check out more delicious pizza-fied recipes here! For more classic pizza recipes, click here. 
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Shakshouka
Here's a quick and easy throw it all in one pan style dish for weekend breakfast and brunch affairs. In connecting more with the diversity and richness of my african heritage (diaspora baby!), I'm trying out dishes that show off the variety of the continent. I'm curious to find out my exact lineage through DNA testing. My Ancestry.com research brought me all the way to Barbados through part of my paternal lineage, but I haven't dug into the maternal side of my father's lineage. My mother's lineage on both sides connects me to Ireland, and I am SO looking forward to learning how to cook authentic Irish meals in the future. (YASSS Boxty) Shakshouka meaning "to shake" or "mixture" is a dish common to Libya, Tunisia, and Egypt and was brought to Israel by immigrant jews in the 1950s. Served with eggs, beans, artichokes, and/or spicy sausage, this dish is a winter favorite. The perfect dish to practice before the cooler fall months (though I swear its the easiest dish possible) and whip out on a brisk winter morning. Best of all, its all made in one pan. So there's no trove dishes to wash afterwards. I took some liberties with my recipe to adapt it to our taste preference and to make it extra spicy!
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Bacon and Tomato Open-Faced Bagel Melt
Who says bagels are only for breakfast? With the addition of bacon, tomato, and melted provolone, a toasted bagel quickly becomes an easy lunch to take to school or work. For best results, use a freshly baked bagel, not the packaged stuff. Click here to see 11 Open-Faced Sandwiches for Summer.
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Eggs Benedict
This prettily layered eggs benedict sits atop a freshly toasted bagel for an indulgent start to the day.This recipe is courtesy of Foodie Crush.
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Yogurt makes an excellent spread! Try it with some delicious fresh fruit for a colorful bruschetta. Fine more great recipes at Yoplait.com.
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Pizza English Muffin
If you’re looking for a more diet-friendly version of the pizza bagel, try making it with an English muffin. We suggest your lightly toast the muffin before putting the entire thing in the toaster oven to make sure the muffin don’t get too saturated with the marinara sauce. Check out more delicious pizza-fied recipes here! For more classic pizza recipes, click here. 
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This dips is great to serve as an appetizer at a tailgating party. It's similiar to the spinach dip, but with a nice twist. Guests can enjoy it as they watch the game.   
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Breakfast bagel
Breakfast doesn’t get any better than this indulgent bacon, egg, and cheese-filled sandwich.This recipe is courtesy of Madame Noire.
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Chef Fabio Viviani uses bagels as breadcrumbs in this egg casserole, creating a richer and more indulgent dish to enjoy. 
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This recipe is the perfect combination of avocado, egg, and bacon. Click here to see 10 Great Bacon and Avocado Recipes
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Ciabatta
Ciabatta is a flat, rustic Italian bread that is substantially wider and flatter than a regular loaf. Its Italian translation is “slipper,” which is indicative of its baked shape. It is made in almost every region of Italy, with each region having its own style. Depending upon the locale, the texture can range from a firm, slightly tough crust and a soft, chewy interior to a very crisp crust with a light, holey interior. Ciabatta dough can be seasoned with salt, olives, herbs, or extra-virgin olive oil, each of which will change its texture somewhat. If made with whole-wheat flour, it is known as ciabatta integrale; with milk, ciabatta al latte. In the United States, ciabatta is most often made with a sourdough starter and a very wet dough that produces a sour-tasting loaf with a very open crumb. No matter the style, ciabatta makes an excellent sandwich loaf and is often used to make panino, the classic grilled Italian sandwich.
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This recipe puts an elegant twist on the classic breakfast sandwich, combining iron-rich spinach with a fried egg and smoked Cheddar cheese for a nutritious and satisfying start to the day, or to any part of the day.
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