I love Everything Bagels. I just do.
To me, I’ll deal with all the seeds in my teeth, if it means that I can enjoy that oniony, sesame seed, poppy seed, garlicky goodness…
Last year, the lovely Ashley over at Coffee Cake and Cardio was talking about how she ran across an “Everything” Bagel Spice mix… it seemed interesting. When it showed up in one of my People Style Watch magazines as the new hip spice blend, I remembered Ashley’s post and knew it was a sign! We were meant to be, me and bagel spice!
Naturally, my next stop was Pinterest to figure out how to make a healthy version of the Everything bagel, which is where this recipe comes from today… and it gave me an excuse to use my donut pan again.
I’m not calling these bagels because they’re really not. The texture comes out more like a donut… a tasty savory donut with the best bagel seasoning ever on top! The recipe also happens to be gluten-free, if that’s a preference to you…
Healthy Savory Everything Donuts
1/4 cup ground flaxseed
1/8 cup coconut flour
1 tsp. baking powder
1 tsp. onion powder
1/2 tsp. garlic salt
1/8 cup melted butter or coconut oil – I used butter
Sea Salt (optional)
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grease your donut pan very well – all around the curved surfaces and not neglecting the center!
2. Mix all dry ingredients in a bowl.
3. Add in the eggs and butter. Stir. Note: I am a weirdo about eggs. I am not a good egg-cracker, so I always crack them in a small glass and then add them to the mixture. Just in case my poor skills leave a piece of shell, I can dig it out easily!
4. Pipe batter into the donut pan. Note: I used a Ziploc bag, and simply cut the corner to allow for the batter to be squeezed into the rings. I was not very graceful with this process over the weekend, thus you only see the after pics. It is not a messy process though… I just had a messy day!
5. Sprinkle the Everything Bagel spice on top of the batter, and sea salt (if desired.) Note: As discussed, it was messy-day.
6. Bake for 23-30 minutes. Note: The original recipe said 30 minutes, but I only baked mine for 23 minutes and they were done. Every stove cooks a little differently. Keep your eye on them and take them out when it makes sense for your batch.
7. Remove from the oven and allow to cool. Slice and top with your favorite topping. ENJOY!
Per 1 Donut Serving:
CAL 193; CARB 6g; FAT 15g; SAT FAT 5g; PROT 8g; FIB 3g; SUG 1g
WW Points+: 5; WW Smart Points: 7
Here’s a few other NTTC recipes you can make with your donut pan.
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