Low Carb Bagel Recipe

The Bagel pans can be found here

1 cup flax seed meal
3/4 cup almond meal
2 tablespoon coconut flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 tsp salt
2 tablespoons plain Greek yogurt
2 eggs (beaten)
2 tablespoons olive oil
2 tablespoon water
1 tsp stevia

Mix the dry ingredients together.
In a separate bowl mix the wet ingredients.
Mix the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients.
Using a spoon, spoon the mixture into the baking pan
Top with bagel topping (see ingredients below)
Bake at 350 degree for 25 minutes.

Bagel topping
1 teaspoons poppy seeds
1 teaspoons sesame seeds
1 teaspoons dried garlic flakes
1 teaspoons dried onion flakes
1/4 teaspoons kosher salt

(Serves 5) 3.2 net carbohydrates per serving

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23 Responses to “Low Carb Bagel Recipe”

  1. Evelyn says:

    Hi, do you know the cal (kcal) count per serving?

  2. Jay says:

    I am not sure Amina. I have only made it using almond flour.

  3. Amina says:

    Do you know if there’s a way to make this recipe nut free? It sounds awesome but if I bake almond flour in my oven, it will make my little one so sick even if he doesn’t eat it!

  4. Jay says:

    Hi Sarah, You could try Coconut flour on these, please remember coconut flour will require more moisture.

  5. Sarah says:

    Hi there,

    Great recipe. Any chance there’s something I can use besides flax seed? Last time I used it in a recipe, I got really sick, so now I can’t even look at the stuff. 🙂



  6. Kimberly says:

    Hello. Use your videos as a reference all the time. We eat the Oopsie buns every day with an egg, homemade turkey sausage patties, cheddar and crumbled bacon 🙂 I’ve also broiled them with ham and cheese as well, good stuff, turns out every time. I bought the half pans, they make great buns. My question is can you toast these bagels? We would love to find something that will toast up or crisp up like an English muffin…Any suggestions. Thanks!

  7. Jay says:

    Hi Sheryl, the only bagel I know that is slightly sweeter is a raisin bagel, this will make it higher in carb. If you can have extra carbs then 1/4-1/3 cup of raisin would be fine.

  8. Sheryl says:

    Have you ever tried a sweeter bagel like adding blueberries or cinnamon? How would you suggest it be tweaked to make it sweeter?

  9. Jay says:

    Hi Sarah,

    Sorry for the delayed reply. The carb count for the almond flour you are using seems really high. Check out the ingredients because I think fillers were added to it. Bob’s Redmill (brand) has an almond flour with 3 net carb per 1/4 cup and is available online here http://www.netrition.com/cgi/goto.cgi?aid=3167&pid=230-0001 or at your local Whole Foods Store.

  10. Jay says:

    Bagels with salmon cream cheese use to be my thing, so I totally understand your love for bagels. These are really good especially when you add the toppings: )

  11. Stacey says:

    Jay, I made these and they came out great! I really missed bagels! Thank you for this recipe and all your fabulous recipes! Every recipe of yours that I’ve tried has turned out delicious! You are a very creative chef! I have gluten intolerance so I have not had a good bagel for a year and a half. The gluten free ones in the store are ineatible and high in carbs.

  12. Sarah says:

    Hi Jay

    I just bought some almond meal and realised that it contains 19.7grams of carbs per hundred grams. This seems really high and I was wondering whether this is normal for most brands?

    Many thanks

  13. Jay says:

    Hi Sharon,
    Unfortunately I am away and don’t have access to the ingredients for the recipe. Once I get back I will be able to update you on the count. You can use fitday.com to calculate the count if you already have access to the ingredients listed. : )

  14. Sharon says:

    Hi Jay
    You have the best recipes ever !! 🙂 Can you tell me what the calorie count is in 1 bagel Just wondering
    Thank You

  15. Jay says:

    Hi Wanda, Welcome!!
    You can purchase Coconut flour here http://goo.gl/Tqbwk
    I get my almond flour here Honeyville Almond Flour
    The bagel pans are here
    Norpro 6-Count Nonstick Donut Pan

    Please let me know if you have questions and don’t forget to join us on facebook. We have a active group of lowcarbers, you can join the face book page here

    Good health to you,

  16. wanda says:

    Hi jay my name is wanda im 52 years and i just started my low carb diet and i love all off your recpies,,,i was up until late last nite on your chanel! one question where will i buy almond and coconut flour,,can i mahe them myself? and all those fabulous baking pans that you have??

  17. Jay says:

    Hi Tom, I just updated the post with the carb count.

  18. Tom Poulton says:

    what is the net carb amount for the bagels ?

  19. Jay says:

    Sorry for the delayed reply Tara, I am working on a recipe for crackers and you will love it. Just need to work on a few more things before I do a video. Thanks for commenting : )

  20. Tara says:

    Jay, I am so excited to try this recipe when I get my pan.

    I also was wondering if you’ve ever made sandwich bread or crackers? I am a carb snacker so those are two products I miss to eat with, along with bagels.

  21. Karen Haselman says:

    Jay, Thanks for the donut pan info. I thank you for the Ramen soup recipe. First recipe I tried and LOVE it. I havent had ramen soup in years so this recipe was much appreciated!

  22. Jay says:

    The bagel pan I use are really donuts pans that I purchase here

  23. Karen Haselman says:

    What kind of tin/pan do you use? Where do you purchase. I cant find one. Thanks


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