Here are the instructions for how to make Homemade Everything But the Bagel Seasoning from scratch. This delicious seasoning is wonderful on bagels, eggs, vegetables and meat. The blend comes together in just minutes with a few spices and seeds.
What is Everything But the Bagel Seasoning?
Everything Bagels are a popular bagel flavor that includes a variety of spices from every option in a bagel shop. This blend varies slightly by shop and region, so feel free to experiment with your at-home variation and use the ingredients you have on hand.
What does Everything But the Bagel seasoning taste like? The blend is salty, garlicy and a bit nutty in flavor. Use it on anything savory like meats, vegetables, eggs, and of course, bagels.
What’s in Everything But the Bagel? The mixture is usually a blend on dried onion, garlic, salt, and a variety of seeds such as poppy, sesame (white and black) and sunflower seeds.
Buying Everything But the Bagel Seasoning
If you can’t find a location near you, or simply want to make your own, try our recipe below.
Trader Joe’s Everything but The Bagel Sesame Seasoning Blend 2.3 oz (65 g) – PACK OF 2McCormick Everything Bagel All Purpose Seasoning, 14.3 ozOlde Thompson Everything Bagel Seasoning 11.5 OzFlavor Mate Original Everything Bagel Seasoning 10 OZ XL Shaker Jar Blend Of Sesame Seeds Sea Salt Garlic Onion Black Sesame
Nutritional Information for Everything Bagel Seasoning
Because of the seeds, Everything Bagel seasoning mix does have some calories/points.
1 tsp – 10 calories
117 mg sodium
1 WW smart point on MyWW Green, Blue, and Purple.
Personally, I don’t worry about counting points/calories if I just do a small sprinkle on my morning eggs, but if I use a lot (such as to coat chicken) I calculate the points and add them to my daily total.
Ways to Use Everything But the Bagel Seasoning Mix
Here are just a few ways to use this yummy seasoning blend.
- Sprinkle on scrambled eggs.
- Season roasted, sauteed, or air-fried vegetables.
- Use as a coating for chicken, beef, or seafood. (Try it on air-fryer salmon.)
- Two ingredient bagels are delicious with this blend sprinkled into the dough or baked on top.
- Use a low carb wrap (such as Carb Master tortillas), light cream cheese, Everything seasoning, and sliced vegetables of choice for a delicious Weight Watchers vegetarian lunch. (Use vegan cream cheese for a WW vegan variation.)
How to Make Everything But the Bagel Seasoning
If you can’t find this popular seasoning in stores near you, or you simply want to make your own, follow our simple recipe.
Homemade Everything But the Bagel Seasoning
- 2 T dried, minced onion
- 2 T sesame seeds, toasted Use a mixture of white and black if desired.
- 1 T poppy seeds
- 1 T garlic powder
- 1 t sea salt
- 1 t black pepper
- Combine all spices and store in a small shaker bottle with lid or air-tight container.
Combine all ingredients.
Store in a small shaker bottle with lid or air-tight container.
What’s your favorite way to use Everything seasoning? Share in the comments below.
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