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Best Vegan Bagels Recipe

Vegan Bagels.- I love having these vegan bagels for breakfast when I want to pay homage to myself, although they can also be eaten as a snack or for a quick lunch or dinner.
I could have these vegan bagels for breakfast every day of my life, and I would not get tired because they are to die for; we had even prepared them for dinner when we did not feel like cooking much.

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They are ready in less than 10 minutes, significantly if you do not add the olives; in that case, you have to heat the bagels and place all the ingredients, nothing more!

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Vegan Bagels.- I love having these vegan bagels for breakfast when I want to pay homage to myself, although they can also be eaten as a snack or for a quick lunch or dinner.
We have used the vegan cream cheese that we share in the last recipe, although we have also added black olives to give them a more Mediterranean touch, and the truth is that it is spectacular. 

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It is a very versatile recipe, and you can add almost anything to it. 

I have yet to try it with roasted walnuts and peppers; it has to be delicious!

Vegan cream cheese with olives
In the photo below, you can see how we assemble the bagels. 

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I prefer not to look at her much because just seeing her makes me hungry. ?

You do not have to use the same ingredients as us because the good thing about bagels is that it is difficult for them not to turn out well. 

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There are a thousand possible combinations; you have to use your imagination and the ingredients on hand. 

We hope you dare to try them!

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Vegan Bagels.- I love having these vegan bagels for breakfast when I want to pay homage to myself, although they can also be eaten as a snack or for a quick lunch or dinner.
Tips:

  • If you can't find bagels, you can use any bread.
  • We use dried tomatoes hydrated in oil, but you can hydrate them in water if you want a lighter version. You have to heat water and let the dried tomatoes rest inside, outside the fire, until they are tender.
  • To make a less caloric version, you can eliminate the olives and use dried tomatoes hydrated in water or simply a few slices of fresh tomato.
  • Instead of basil, you can use any other fresh or dried herb.

Vegan Bagels.- I love having these vegan bagels for breakfast when I want to pay homage to myself, although they can also be eaten as a snack or for a quick lunch or dinner.
Vegan Bagels

Vegan Bagels.- I love having these vegan bagels for breakfast when I want to pay homage to myself, although they can also be eaten as a snack or for a quick lunch or dinner.
I love having these vegan bagels for breakfast when I want to pay tribute to myself, although they can also be eaten as a snack or for a quick lunch or dinner.

  • Author: Dance of Stoves
  • Preparation: 5 mins
  • Cook: 5 mins
  • Total: 10 minutes
  • Servings: 2 (1x), 4 (2x), 6 (3x)
  • Category: Appetizers, Breakfasts, Main Dish
  • Cuisine: Vegan, Polish, American

Ingredients SCALE (1x)

Ingredients SCALE (2x)

  • Four bagels
  • 1 cup of vegan cream cheese (200 g)
  • 16 pitted black olives
  • 24 basil leaves
  • 20 dried tomatoes hydrated in oil

Ingredients SCALE (3x)

  • Six bagels
  • 1 1/2 cup of vegan cream cheese (300 g)
  • 24 pitted black olives
  • 36 basil leaves
  • 30 dried tomatoes hydrated in oil

Instructions

  1. We cut the bagels in half and heat them on both sides in a frying pan or toaster until golden brown and warm.
  2. Meanwhile, we add the cream cheese to a bowl and add the chopped olives. We stir until both ingredients are well integrated.
  3. Spread the cheese on the bagels, place the basil leaves and dried tomatoes, and prepare to serve.

Nutrition

  • Serving size: 1 bagel 
  • Calories: 464 
  • Sugar: 10.3 g 
  • Sodium: 828.8 mg 
  • Fat: 21.3 g 
  • Saturated fat: 6.5 g 
  • Carbohydrates: 59.3 g 
  • Fiber: 6.3 g 
  • Protein: 14.6 g

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