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Keto Bagel Bites

Keto Bagel Bites

These savory everything bagel-seasoned Keto Bagel Bites are the ideal side dish or low-carb snack.


These keto bagel bites are ideal for any occasion, whether you eat them as a quick lunch, snack, or as a party meal.
These bagel bites were made with my favorite fathead dough. Almond flour, cream cheese, and mozzarella cheese are my go-to ingredients (and few more baking ingredients). I create low-carb pumpkin pretzel nibbles and low-carb rosemary dinner rolls using the same dough.


These bagel bits are a great source of protein and healthy fats, two components of the keto diet. Each bagel bite contains 4 grams of net carbs, so I advise pairing it with your preferred chopped salad or a plate of raw vegetables and keto dip.

If you need to go right away, grab a few bagel bites and your preferred keto shake or smoothie to go with them. These will work well with a keto trail mix as well.

I sprinkled Everything Bagel Seasoning on top of the bagel bites. Onion powder, sea salt, or cinnamon and sugar-substitute coating can be used to make them sweet rather than salty.

In addition, I like to roll the raw bagel bites in grated parmesan cheese. They acquire a delicious flavor and crisp exterior as a result.


The cream cheese can be substituted with so many different ingredients.

Put some hot poblano or jalapeño peppers within. or incorporate your preferred kind of shredded cheese. Also delicious would be to stuff some dill pickles into these bagels!

Recipe for cream cheese bagels

Although it would be equally simple to bake the bagel dough in a muffin pan, I created these tiny bagel bits on a baking sheet. They may have a muffin-like appearance, but they won’t lack in flavor!

Although they are at their best when hot and straight from the oven, you can store them in the refrigerator and reheat them at a later time during the week.
Additionally freezer-friendly are these bagel bits! Bake them, then let them cool fully before freezing.

Put the frozen bagel bites in a freezer-safe food storage bag that can be sealed after use.


The ingredients for these delicious keto bagel bites are listed below. You can find the exact measurements and directions a little bit farther down.

25 minutes for preparation
Time to Cook: 15 minutes
servings: eight; net carbohydrates per serving: four


The Filling:

Green onions and cream cheese

For the Money

mozzarella cheese crumbles
cheese, cream
Almond meal
a baking soda
Egg Salt Everything Bagel Seasoning Xanthan gum


Set the oven’s temperature to 350.
2. Fill a bowl that can withstand the microwave with 2 ounces of cream cheese and mozzarella cheese.

3. Heat until thoroughly melted and mixed, 30 seconds at a time.

4. Combine the cheese dough with the almond flour, baking soda, xanthan gum, salt, and an egg in a mixing dish. Until a smooth dough forms, beat at high speed.

5. Divide the remaining cream cheese into 8 equal-sized cubes, and top each with a few of the chopped green onions.

6. Form the dough into 8 balls of equal size by lightly moistening your hands.

7. Use your hand to flatten each dough ball, then insert a cream cheese cube topped with green onions into the center of each one.

8. To enclose the cream cheese, fold the dough upward.

9. Sprinkle the Everything spice on top of the bagel bites, then bake for 15 minutes on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.

More Delicious Low Carb Desserts:

These savory everything bagel-seasoned keto bagel bits are the ideal side dish or low-carb snack.

Course Lunch, snack, and appetizer Keyword Keto bagel bits
25 minutes for preparation; 15 minutes for cooking
Time Spent: 40 minutes
serves eight persons
Energy 520 kcal


Filing for Bagels

  • Cream Cheese, 4 ounces
  • chopped 1/4 cup green onions

Donut dough

  • 2 ounces of shredded mozzarella cheese in 1 1/2 cups Cheese, cream
  • Almond flour, 1 cup
  • Baking powder, 1 teaspoon
  • Xanthan Gum, 1/4 teaspoon
  • Everything bagel seasoning, 1 large egg


  1. Set the oven’s temperature to 350. In a bowl that can be heated in the microwave, combine the mozzarella cheese and 2 ounces of cream cheese. Until everything is totally melted and blended, heat for 30 seconds at a time.
  2. In a mixing dish, combine the cheese dough with the almond flour, baking soda, xanthan gum, salt, and an egg. Until a smooth dough forms, beat at high speed. Eight half-ounce cubes of the remaining cream cheese should be cut into, and the tops of each should be topped with some finely chopped green onions.
  3. Form the dough into 8 evenly sized balls .
  4. Press a cream cheese cube with green onions into the centre of each dough ball after flattening it with your hand.


Fathead dough – what is it?

A gluten-free flour, cheese, cream cheese, eggs, seasonings, and fathead dough are the ingredients of this low carb dough. I’m using almond flour in this recipe because it’s a fantastic alternative for baking on the keto diet. Just be aware that your results may differ if you substitute a different low carb flour in this recipe. Information on how to make a keto bagel recipe without nuts by replacing the almond flour with coconut flour.

Can I just make ordinary bagels out of this dough instead?

Absolutely, yes. In fact, I have a number of different recipes for keto bagels on my website, so you could already find what you’re searching for there. These include recipes for Keto Everything Bagels, Cinnamon Sugar (free) Bagels, Everything Bagel Dogs, and even Keto Pizza Bagels.

Do I need to season the dough before baking it?

You don’t, though. They merely add more flavor. You are welcome to combine different seasonings or leave them out entirely.

How should I accompany these keto bagel bites?

These Everything Bagel Bites with Cream Cheese Stuffing go well with Three Cheese Garlic Marinara and Keto Ranch Dressing. Additionally, I enjoy serving them with one of my numerous keto soup recipes, so feel free to indulge!

Recipe Information: 520 calories (3 bagel bites)

4 net carbs are present in each serving.

This recipe’s nutritional data was computed as a courtesy and is merely a rough estimate.

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