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28 Best-Ever Keto Bagels Recipes

Louise Hendon | June 27
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I like to think of bagels as the original breakfast on the go. Did you know some bagel recipes are over several centuries old? Bakers used the bagel’s iconic hole to help cool and display their wares to hungry crowds.

Unfortunately, today’s bagels, especially those you find in the grocery store, can be chock full of unhealthy ingredients. So, to get my beloved bite of bagel, I often find it much easier to make them at home!

I used to be so intimidated by the idea of making bagels, but now it’s one of my favorite things to do! So many healthy ingredients can be added to a bagel recipe to boost its protein or even veggie content (that’s right- you can eat a bagel and get your veggies too!).

That’s why I’ve put together this list of Keto bagel recipes. Once I started making my own ketogenic bagels, I couldn’t believe how many folks out there were doing the same thing! From bagels made with cauliflower rice to chia seed bagels to even a mozzarella cheese bagel, you’ll become your own best bagel baker in no time with these great recipes!

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Here are just a few of the Keto Bagels Recipes we’ve included:

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Dairy Free Low Carb Bagels

Keto Bagel

– Keto Summit

Keto Bagel

Ingredients: almond flour, coconut flour, psyllium husk powder, baking powder, garlic powder, salt, eggs, white wine vinegar, ghee, olive oil, sesame seeds.

Don’t miss out on your favorite breakfast item. Make yourself a cup of coffee and enjoy these tasty Keto bagels!

Keto Bagel Crisps

– Keto Summit

Keto Bagel Crisps

Ingredients: Keto Bagels, melted ghee, garlic powder, Cashew Cheese Dip.

Snacking on raw veggies is fine and all, but sometimes you just want a more carb-like crunch. This Keto bagel crisps recipe gives you that satisfying crunch you crave without the carbs.

Multi Seed Bagels Low-carb and Gluten Free

– The Nourished Caveman

Multi Seed Bagels Low-carb and Gluten Free

Photo Credit: Vivica from The Nourished Caveman

Ingredients: coconut flour, psyllium fiber, sesame seeds, hemp hearts, pumpkin seeds, egg whites, Celtic sea salt, baking powder (aluminum free).

If you are finding it difficult to get enough roughage and fiber in your keto diet then bagels like these could really help. They are so tasty and covered in seeds, making them a great fiber source and a delicious way to eat healthier at breakfast time or for lunch, stuffed with deli meats or smoked salmon. If you find these a bit of a challenge to form, you can press the dough into a donut tin!

Low Carb Pumpkin Bagels

– Beauty and the Foodie

Low Carb Pumpkin Bagels

Photo Credit: Stacey from Beauty and the Foodie

Ingredients: coconut flour, golden flax meal, eggs, coconut oil, almond milk, pumpkin puree, vanilla extract, pumpkin pie spice, cinnamon, sea salt, erythritol, liquid stevia, baking soda, apple cider vinegar.

Here is the perfect bagel recipe if you need to keep things nut and grain free, and this keto recipe also gives dairy free directions too. These are dense but springy in the middle, making a great platform for the fillings of your choice. If you like your bagels a bit sweeter, you can follow the recommendations listed in the ingredients, or you can leave them savory to serve with cold meats and cheese.

Low Carb Gluten Free Onion “Bagels”

– Low Carb Yum

Low Carb Gluten Free Onion Bagels

Photo Credit: Lisa from Low Carb Yum

Ingredients: flaxseed meal, coconut flour, baking powder, eggs, dried minced onion.

When you have family members who can’t tolerate gluten it can be so handy to find recipes like this one. The bagels are gluten-free but full of flavor and have the texture we would all want from this breakfast bread. These ones are flavored with onion and you can vary this a bit by adding a little garlic powder which can be really tasty served with cream cheese!

Easy Low-carb Bagels

– Keto Diet Blog

Ingredients: almond butter, eggs, coconut milk or cream, water, coconut flour, baking soda, cream of tartar, salt.

When you are making keto alternatives to baked goods, it is virtually impossible to replicate the actual flavor and texture of the full carb ones you might have had before, but recipes like this one can give you a very close copy, yet still keeping the carbohydrates to a lower level. These bagels are firm on the outside and soft in the middle and are just crying out to be stuffed with salad for lunch!

Blueberry Protein Bagels

– Maria Mind Body Health

Ingredients: Jay Robb vanilla egg white protein powder, coconut flour, baking powder, Celtic sea salt, eggs, coconut oil, blueberry extract.

When you are baking goods on a ketogenic diet and need to keep things gluten-free, you can get the same chewy texture if you use guar gum to replace the gluten, otherwise, the goods can be a bit crumbly and dry. If you don’t have blueberry extract you can flavor these with any spice you have – cinnamon and ground ginger work really well here.

Dairy-free Keto Bagels

– My Pcos Kitchen

Ingredients: water, egg yolk, almond flour, coconut flour, psyllium husk powder, baking powder, baking soda, Himalayan salt, roasted garlic, roasted onion, egg whites, eggs, refined coconut oil, unsweetened almond milk, apple cider vinegar, black poppy seeds, sesame seeds.

This is a fantastic keto bagel recipe as it is not only dairy free but gluten-free as well! Bagels can be very portable, so you could use them in place of sandwiches for school lunchboxes or to take to work with you and they can be filled with sweet or savory ingredients. One of the best things with this recipe is that the bagels can be frozen, then defrosted and microwaved or toasted, so you can batch-cook these.

Paleo Bagels

– Elana’s Pantry

Ingredients: almond flour, golden flaxmeal, coconut flour, baking soda, Celtic sea salt, eggs, apple cider vinegar.

Here is another straightforward bagel recipe that you can use for a low carb and high fiber breakfast if you fill them with scrambled eggs or deli ham and salad. It just shows that low carb doesn’t have to be boring – use these delicious bagels as platforms for whatever fillings you like! These bagels are suitable for freezing and can be handy if friends drop by for lunch.

I love that these are made with almond flour – my go-to substitute for wheat flour.  Registered Dietitian Ryan Raman, RD notes that almonds is loaded with vitamins, minerals, and fiber. “Almond flour is incredibly nutritious. It’s particularly rich in vitamin E and magnesium, two important nutrients for health.”

French Toast Bagel

– Maria Mind Body Health

Ingredients: Jay Robb vanilla egg white protein powder, coconut flour, baking powder, Celtic sea salt, eggs, coconut oil, vanilla extract, cinnamon.

In this keto recipe the bagels are sweetened and full of cinnamon and taste amazing spread with some keto jam for breakfast, but if you prefer a savory taste you can swap the sweet ingredients for poppy seeds or sesame seeds and serve them with your choice of meat or smoked salmon for an impressive lunch for friends and family.

Bacon Paleo Bagel

– Paleo Porn

Ingredients: almond flour, eggs, apple cider vinegar, sea salt, lard, mace, cloves, bacon, baking fat.

If you are looking for a filling and tasty paleo breakfast dish, perhaps because you need a little boost in the morning to keep you going through till lunch, these bacon bagels could be the answer! They have bacon slices inside and would be amazing served warm with extra bacon and eggs for a hearty start to the day, but I find they are delicious spread with a low carb spread and eaten cold for lunch.

Low Carb & Gluten Free Bagels

– Divalicious Recipes

Ingredients: ground flax seed, coconut flour, baking powder, eggs.

This is quite a simple recipe but the results are great! Not only are the bagels delicious, they are low in carbs, gluten-free and also quite low in calories, so you could enjoy one of these even on a weight loss diet. These can be cooked in a bagel tin, a donut tin or even turned into mini bagels which are ideal for kids who don’t eat a lot at breakfast.

Cauliflower Low Carb Bagels

– Bites of Wellness

Ingredients: frozen riced cauliflower, egg whites, ground flax, coconut flour, sea salt, garlic powder.

What an amazing recipe this is, because not only does it give you low carb bagels but it increases your intake of veggies since they are made with riced cauliflower. The cauliflower does not add any flavor, so these can be served either savory or sweet, depending on your taste. Why not try this recipe next time you are missing bagels and load them with bacon and eggs for Sunday brunch!

High Protein WYBM Bagel

– The Untamed Gypsy

Ingredients: chia seeds, almonds, water, salt, egg protein powder, psyllium flakes, eggs.

This recipe is another great example of how chia seeds can be used in baked goods to add fiber and help hold the mixture together, giving you a really spongy but tasty bagel. These are high in protein and fiber but low in carbs, and are completely dairy free. This makes them perfect for breakfast or as an alternative to bread for sandwiches in lunchboxes or at picnics.

Keto Bagel Recipes Containing Dairy

Garlic Coconut Flour Bagels (Contains Dairy)

– Low Carb Yum

Garlic Coconut Flour Keto Friendly Bagels

Photo Credit: Lisa from Low Carb Yum

Ingredients: butter, coconut flour, eggs, garlic powder, salt, baking powder.

As these bagels take less than half an hour to make from start to finish, they would be a lovely dish to make for your partner for a lazy weekend breakfast! Pile them with scrambled eggs or use some smoked salmon and these would be perfect for a Valentine’s or birthday breakfast treat. These can be cheaper to make than buying store-bought ones, so they are budget-friendly too!

Low Carb Keto Everything Bagels (Contains Dairy)

– Peace, Love and Low Carb

Low Carb Keto Everything Bagels

Photo Credit: Kyndra from Peace Love and Low Carb

Ingredients: almond flour, baking powder, garlic powder, onion powder, Italian seasoning, eggs, mozzarella cheese, cream cheese, Everything Bagel Seasoning.

This low carb recipe uses cheese fathead dough which can give you bagels that are a good bit higher in healthy fats than other ones but keeping the carbohydrates under control. They are flavored with Italian seasoning, but you could use other types to vary the taste, depending on what you are serving them with. These can be frozen once they are cooked then defrosted and reheated when you need them.

Keto Mozzarella Dough Bagels (Contains Dairy)

– Ditch the Carbs

Keto Mozzarella Dough Bagels

Photo Credit: Libby from Ditch The Carbs

Ingredients: cheese mozzarella, almond meal/flour, cream cheese full fat, egg, baking powder, salt.

One of the best things about using fathead dough is that it is grain and gluten free, making this recipe suitable for people who have different allergies or intolerances. The almond flour can be replaced with coconut flour if this is an issue, and there are clear instructions on amounts in the recipe. This would be a good idea for kids’ lunchboxes as a lot of schools have banned nut products from their premises.

Low Carb Croissant Bagels (Contains Dairy)

– Beauty and the Foodie

Low Carb Croissant Bagels

Photo Credit: Stacey from Beauty and the Foodie

Ingredients: eggs, cream of tartar, organic cream cheese, butter, coconut flour, erythritol, baking soda, sea salt.

The texture of these bagels is very like that of a buttery croissant, but without the flakiness, and they make a wonderful addition to breakfast! This is a grain and nut free recipe that fits well with the keto diet, and it can be adapted to suit your taste by adding in the sweetener or not, depending on how you like to serve these.

Low Carb Bagels – Coconut Flour Fat Head Dough (Contains Dairy)

– Low Carb Yum

Low Carb Bagels with Coconut Flour Fat Head Dough

Photo Credit: Lisa from Low Carb Yum

Ingredients: coconut flour, aluminum-free baking powder, mozzarella cheese, cream cheese, eggs, butter.

Here is another handy fat head dough recipe that gives you cheesy bagels for a tasty breakfast or lunch. They are low in carbs, but because of the coconut flour they have a much lighter texture than some ketogenic bagels. You can either roll the mixture into rings like in this recipe, or you can form it into a donut pan – just remember to oil the pan for ease of removing them.

Low Carb Bagels with Fathead Dough (Contains Dairy)

– Low Carb Maven

Ingredients: mozzarella cheese, full-fat cream cheese, egg, almond flour, baking powder, whey protein powder.

For this recipe, there is also an option to make the bagels dairy free by using dairy-free cheese, so there is no need to miss out on these amazing breakfast or lunchtime treats if you don’t tolerate dairy products. There is added oat fiber in this recipe making these a great way to up the fiber in your diet without too much effort, and making the texture fluffier than a traditional bagel.

Low Carb Bagels | Everything Bagels! (Contains Dairy)

– Keto Connect

Ingredients: cream cheese, butter, egg, white onion, garlic, pink salt, baking powder, unflavored protein powder, everything bagel seasoning.

If traditional high carb bagels left you feeling full and a bit bloated, now is your chance to try a low carb and healthier snack that you can enjoy for breakfast or lunch. The ones in this recipe have cheese, onion, and garlic in them, but you could even make them sweet by adding cinnamon and apple instead. These bagels can be frozen then reheated when you need them.

Keto Everything Bagel Dogs (Contains Dairy)

– Peace, Love and Low Carb

Keto Everything Bagel Dogs

Photo Credit: Kyndra from Peace Love and Low Carb

Ingredients: almond flour, coconut flour, onion powder, garlic powder, Italian seasoning, mozzarella cheese, butter, cream cheese, egg, grass-fed beef hotdogs, bagel seasoning.

If you never thought you would be able to eat hot dogs again, then this recipe will make you think twice! It uses a bagel dough to form the ‘bun’ and this can be seasoned with herbs or spices depending on the sausages you are using. The ‘bun’ can also be topped with seeds for added fiber and this can make them look amazing, so next time you have a lunch with friends this recipe would be worth a try.

Keto Low Carb Bagels with Fathead Dough (Contains Dairy)

– Wholesome Yum

Ingredients: almond flour, gluten-free baking powder, mozzarella cheese, cream cheese, egg.

The bagels in this recipe are made with a low carb fathead dough and they take on a wonderful golden color which makes you just want to sink your teeth in! These ones are keto-friendly and totally gluten free and taste great served for breakfast. They can also be formed in a mini donut tray to give you a ready supply of snacks for the kids to enjoy after school.

Keto Bagels (Contains Dairy)

– Fat For Weight Loss

Ingredients: almond flour, mozzarella cheese, cream cheese, whey protein concentrate, baking powder, eggs, sesame seeds.

This is a quick and easy recipe so you could rustle up a batch of these delicious breakfast bagels in under twenty minutes to feed the family for breakfast. These low carb bagels are described as vegetarian, but they do contain eggs, so you might want to adjust the recipe. These can be stored for a few days in the refrigerator or stored in bags in the freezer.

Low-Carb Keto Bagels Fathead Dough (Contains Dairy)

– Gimme Delicious

Ingredients: mozzarella cheese, cream cheese, almond flour, eggs, baking powder.

The bagels in this keto recipe have the traditional chewy texture of the bagels we remember before the keto journey, and the fathead dough gives these a delicious cheesy taste that goes really well with bacon and scrambled eggs. These can also be filled with deli meat and salad or avocado and crispy bacon bits for a delicious lunch.

Keto Bagels (Contains Dairy)

– Ketovale

Ingredients: almond flour, coconut flour, mozzarella cheese, egg, cream cheese, baking powder.

One of the great things about making your own bagels is that you can batch-cook them and store in the fridge or freezer so you will have a supply to keep you going through the week. Bagels also make the perfect alternative to sandwiches for lunchboxes and can be stuffed with all your favorite sandwich fillings. They can also be warmed and served as an after-school snack.

Low Carb Keto Bagels (Contains Dairy)

– Kirbie’s Cravings

Ingredients: mozzarella cheese, cream cheese, eggs, almond flour, baking powder.

With only five ingredients, these amazing golden bagels are so easy to make that they could easily become your go-to breakfast or low carb lunchtime snack. They are completely keto-friendly and gluten-free and are perfect to serve with soups or stews too. They can even be formed into long rolls and used as ‘buns’ for your favorite hot dogs!

Sugar-Free Low Carb Everything Bagel (Contains Dairy)

– Sugar-Free Mom

Ingredients: eggs, sour cream, ground flaxseed, sea salt, baking powder, coconut flour, protein powder, dried parsley, dried oregano, dried minced onion, garlic powder, dried basil.

As these bagels have quite a low-calorie count, they can be helpful on a weight loss diet and let you enjoy a bread-like snack without feeling guilty. These ones are also low in carbs and gluten-free, making them suitable for various diet plans including keto. This recipe gives you instructions for the topping using various herbs, but these could be altered to suit your palate or to fit with what you are eating with them.

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Louise Hendon

Louise holds a Bachelors and Masters in Natural Sciences from Cambridge University (UK). She attended Columbia University for her JD and practiced law at Debevoise & Plimpton before co-founding Louise's Foods, Paleo Living Magazine, Nourishing Brands, & CoBionic. Louise has considerable research experience but enjoys creating products and articles that help move people just a little bit closer toward a healthy life they love. You can find her on Facebook or LinkedIn.