Bagels aren’t just for breakfast anymore. Bagel sandwiches are a thing, and these bagel sandwich recipes will prove it. You will find 23 recipes below that will appease your palate’s cravings for a snack. You will want bagels for every meal.
Bagels are so versatile that they can be savory, sweet, or a mix of both, depending on your tastes. Maybe you like fishy bagel sandwiches for lunch, like the smoked salmon option.
Perhaps you love eggs, which would include several of these bagel sandwich recipes. You can have them for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
Are you a vegan or vegetarian? Just forego the meats and dairy and enjoy avocados and other veggies in a bagel sandwich.
Either way, you will enjoy these recipes for bagel sandwiches regardless of the time of day.
You can get just about as creative as you want when you’re making bagel sandwiches.>
Avocados are one of the healthiest superfoods you can eat. If you like avocados, this Everything Avocado Turkey Bagel Sandwich will suit your fancy.
Can you imagine an easy and simple lunch bagel sandwich? Well, now you can because this recipe fits that description.
All you need to put this one together is a halved Everything Bagel, thick-cut deli Turkey breast meat, cherry tomatoes, cream cheese, Adobo sauce, lime juice, salt, black pepper, mixed greens, and mashed avocado.
You will likely keep this recipe handy. It will satisfy your snack cravings and keep you feeling full for hours.
Do you want an easy idea for a bagel sandwich recipe for lunch? This Italian Salami Bagel Sandwich will hit the spot.
This sandwich will quickly satisfy you until dinner time because it’s full of cheese, meat, and peppers.
The recipe calls for Dave’s Killer Bread in the plain version, but you can use whatever bagel brand you want.
You will include mortadella, Genoa salami, pepperoni, bacon, provolone cheese, pepperoncini, lemon juice, olive oil, salt and pepper, and Dijon mustard.
You can probably taste it just from reading from the ingredients.
What’s in a Smoked Salmon Bagel Sandwich Recipe besides the smoked salmon?
In this recipe, you can make your bagels or buy them ready-made from your grocer. It will be easier to make if you buy premade bagels, but more interesting to make them from scratch.
You will also need cream cheese, a red onion, capers, and arugula salad lettuce.
This one will show you how to make a bagel sandwich from scratch. This one will make 10 bagels.
You can make them for your family or cut them into bite-sized pieces for a potluck.
Do you have eggs, avocado, and bagels on hand? Check out this Avocado Egg Salad Bagel Sandwich recipe if you do.
This simple yet delicious bagel is made with classic egg salad and topped with avocado slices, provolone cheese, sliced cucumber, sliced radishes, cream cheese, and some microgreens.
Since you will likely be making the egg salad yourself, you will need eggs, mayonnaise, Dijon and whole-grain mustard, chives, dill, salt and pepper, and paprika.
This sandwich is sure to fill you up and hold you over until your next meal.
If you like turkey and cream cheese, this recipe for a Veggie and Cream Cheese Turkey Bagel Sandwich will make you happy.
This recipe is a delicious way to enjoy something a little different for lunch.
What’s in it? This Asiago Cheese Bagel sandwich is filled with cream cheese, turkey, tomato, avocado, cucumber, Swiss cheese, and your preferred greens.
You don’t have to use the Asiago Cheese bagel. You can use another flavor for the bagel.
This is a versatile bagel sandwich recipe that you can make all your own.
Are you a salmon lover? What if you can use smoked salmon on a bagel to make this Smoked Salmon Bagel recipe?
It’s easy enough and includes smoked salmon, cucumbers, chive cream cheese, red onion, and capers. You can also feel free to get creative and add some of your complimentary goodies.
When your goal is to feel filled enough to make it to your next meal, this sandwich will do that.
If you like flavored bagels, you can choose your favorite to make this sandwich and enjoy it even more.
Bagels are well-known for being one of the best breakfast foods. These can be quick and easy, or you can take some time to put some eggs and other breakfast foods on them.
This Ultimate Bagel Breakfast Sandwich recipe will be a welcome surprise from the mundane, standard egg and bacon bagel.
For this bagel breakfast sandwich, you will pile on a fried egg, bacon, avocado slices, tomato, sriracha, and American cheese.
Alternatively, you may forego the sriracha and use some other spice or sauce of your choosing, use ham or sausage instead of bacon, and use cheddar cheese instead of American cheese slices.
Are you looking for something different in a bagel sandwich? How about trying this Asiago Cheese Bagel Sandwich recipe for a change?
This is one of the best bagel sandwich recipes on the list, in my opinion.
You can use all your favorites to top this one off with mayonnaise, onions, ham, tomato, Swiss cheese, and lettuce.
It’s a great lunch bagel sandwich to eat with a bowl of hot soup or on its own.
Black Forest ham is used in this recipe, but you can switch it out for your favorite if you have a ham preference.
Next up, we have this Freezer Bagel Breakfast Sandwiches recipe for you. Are you an on-the-go person with little time for breakfast?
This recipe is one you can make up ahead of time, so it will be ready to eat when you’re ready to go.
It only takes a few minutes to make these sandwiches ahead, so you can quickly do this before bedtime or after dinner for the next day.
You’ll need bacon, eggs, salt and pepper, bagels, and cheddar cheese. You will be using your oven to make this sandwich.
With Thanksgiving right around the corner, you may like to have a seasonal bagel sandwich in your recipe box.
How about this Cranberry Turkey Pumpkin Spice Bagel Sandwich for one?
It’s a great way to get in your festive foods all in one bagel sandwich. You may enjoy the sweet and savory taste sensation.
This recipe calls for special Thomas’ Pumpkin Spice Bagels, cream cheese, roasted turkey slices, baby spinach, and cranberry sauce (homemade or canned).
This is quite easy to make and will help you make the best of your holiday lunches.
Is pepper jack cheese one of your favorite cheeses? This Guacamole and Pepper Jack Breakfast Bagels recipe will fulfill that cheesy craving.
What you need for this savory sandwich is avocado, pico de gallo or salsa, salt and pepper, lime juice, eggs, sriracha, shredded cheddar cheese, and pepper jack cheese. I prefer the Tillamook brand.
You can only imagine the spicy goodness this bagel sandwich has to offer your taste buds. If you don’t like sriracha, you can use something less spicy.
After all, this is your sandwich, so get creative.
Are you spending too much money at subs or sandwich shops? If you are, you can change that with this Chicken Salad Bagel Sandwich recipe.
Make this bagel sandwich and pack it in your lunch box for an inexpensive and nutritious lunch.
This recipe includes bacon, chicken salad, and cheese. You can make your chicken salad the traditional way, or you can spice it up with some cayenne pepper for a bit of midday kick.
You can feel fuller for longer and sustain yourself until dinner time.
Do you like a good turkey sandwich? If you do, this recipe for the Best Turkey Sandwich on a bagel will deliver.
It’s another way to enjoy turkey deli meat besides plain bread.
This recipe is pretty exciting with bacon, deli turkey slices, avocado, tomato, cheddar cheese, mayonnaise, stone-ground mustard, or the condiments of your choice.
The versatility of this bagel sandwich allows you to make it a breakfast or lunch option. Just add a fried egg to make it breakfast.
This is how you get a hot, nutritious sandwich into your day.
Reuben sub sandwiches are a classic favorite. So, what if you could make this a bagel sandwich to switch things up a bit?
You can with this Keto Reuben Bagel – New York Style Low-Carb Sandwich. This is a great sandwich to satisfy your cravings without sacrifice if you’re on the Keto diet.
Inside this Keto, Reuben Bagel is corned beef, Swiss cheese, sauerkraut, and low-carb Russian dressing.
The recipe serves 4, so you can feed the crew if you need to or save 3 for yourself.
Since breakfast is still believed to be the most important meal of the day, we all need to find ways to make something different to mix things up.
Do you think you would like this Sautéed Veggie Breakfast Bagel Sandwich? If you want cream cheese, butter, and salt and pepper with a topping made from olive oil, yellow onion, zucchini, yellow squash, garlic, and tomatoes, you’re in luck.
It shouldn’t take long to make this sandwich up in the morning to be filled until lunch. Go ahead and add this recipe to your breakfast recipe box.
When it’s time to rise and shine, do you reach for a bagel for breakfast? If not, you will if you make this Rise and Shine.
Breakfast Bagel Sandwich.
This recipe is a great take on the classic egg bagel. You need eggs, smoked deli ham, cream cheese, American cheese, salt and pepper, and a bagel.
If you aren’t a ham person, you can use sausage or bacon instead. If you don’t want any meat at all, this sandwich will still be great to start your day!
One of the most classic bagel breakfasts often combines ham, egg, and cheese. Do you like a good classic breakfast bagel?
If so, this hearty, tasty, and filling Ham, Egg, & Cheese Bagel Breakfast Sandwich will warm your heart and fill your belly.
What you need for this one is an “Everything Bagel,” butter, cheddar cheese slices, thinly sliced deli ham, a fried egg, and salt and pepper to your taste.
This could be your new morning go-to breakfast in a pinch. You can also change things up by using different meats or no meat.
Does your city or town have a special breakfast sandwich? New York does. This New York-Style Bacon, Egg, and Cheese
Sandwich on a bagel is that special breakfast sandwich.
It’s often referred to as a gooey B.E.C., which stands for Bacon, Egg, and Cheese.
Whether you’re a New Yorker or not, you are sure to love this bagel sandwich.
You will need a bagel (Everything Bagel, whole wheat, or plain), butter, bacon, eggs, American cheese, and salt and pepper for seasoning.
That is the traditional way to make it. However, if you won’t change the cheese or the meat, you can.
I don’t know about you, but I can’t think of one thing wrong with this Bacon, Egg, and Avocado Breakfast Sandwich recipe.
Do you like being creative with your breakfasts? I do, and this recipe is versatile.
This recipe calls for homemade bagels, scrambled eggs, center-cut bacon, tomatoes, and avocado. You can season with salt, pepper, and whatever spices you like.
If you aren’t a bacon person, substitute bacon for another meat, or leave it out.
You also may not be a big fan of avocado, but you like everything else. It’s your sandwich. Make it as you want it.
Are you looking for a bagel sandwich that can be eaten for breakfast, brunch, or lunch? This Egg, Avocado, and Pesto Bagel Sandwich are that versatile.
I think this is one of the best bagel sandwich ideas for almost any meal.
You will need two large eggs, avocado slices, pesto, Havarti cheese, arugula, and a Dave’s Killer Bread Epic Everything Bagel.
Leave off the cheese or replace it with vegan cheese if you want to make this a veggie bagel sandwich.
You can use alternatives to eggs as well or have avocado and pesto.
Have you ever heard of Romesco? Romesco is a sauce made with roasted red peppers, charred tomatoes, and toasted almonds and bread.
Now, imagine this delicious-sounding sauce on a bagel with cream cheese, sliced avocado, arugula, microgreens, and eggs.
I might get addicted to this breakfast bagel. It seems to me that it can also be for brunch or lunch. I might even make it for a snack.
This recipe is for two bagel sandwiches. It only takes about 10 minutes from prep to serving.
If you don’t like eggs, you can leave them off and have them without.
Have you ever had a cucumber sandwich? Well, that’s nothing compared to this Creamy Cucumber Bagel Sandwiches recipe.
Of course, you will need cucumbers, softened cream cheese, chopped onions, mini Everything Bagels, and Worcestershire sauce.
This sandwich is intended for lunch, but it can also be for brunch, dinner, or just a snack.
The prep time is only about 5 minutes, but you will need to wait for this one to refrigerate for an hour.
You could also make several of these little bagel sandwiches for a potluck. It’s sure to be a crowd-pleaser.
- 1 bagel (sliced in half)
- 1 tbsp coarse-grain brown mustard
- 1 leaf romaine lettuce
- 2 (1/4 inch thick) rings green bell pepper
- cucumber, tomato, red onion
- salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste
- ½ c alfalfa sprouts
- All you need to do is cut your bagel in half and spread the mustard on each side.
- Now, place the cucumber, lettuce, tomato, and green pepper on one side of the bagel. Be sure to add seasonings of your choice, and include pepper and salt for your tomato.
- For the big finale, add the alfalfa sprouts and onions. Now, just place the other half of the bagel onto the layered half and serve.