Healthy, Deluxe Bagel Egg Sandwich Recipe

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Macro friendly and delicious, this is the best bagel egg sandwich for breakfast! Complete with cheese, avocado, and tomato; you’ll wish you had one for every meal.

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Balancing carbs and protein is the most satisfying way to start the day! This egg sandwich on a low calorie bagel has 367 calories, 32 g protein, 31 g carbs, and 14 g fat.

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I eat a lot of eggs. In fact, every single morning I eat eggs in some way for breakfast. Even when I go on vacation, I bring hard boiled eggs, because I’m just that addicted to starting my day with eggs (see my current meal plan here)

So, recently, when I came home from the store with an impulse buy of Bubba’s 100 calorie Skinny Bagels, I couldn’t wait to change my regular egg breakfast into a breakfast sandwich!

Just as a matter of details, if I add toast (or a bagel in this case) to breakfast, than I skip the oatmeal. I try to keep my breakfast to 100 calories of carbs (or 25 grams).

bubbas skinny bagels 100 calories

I also always have the thin sliced Sargento cheese for my eggs. This isn’t something you need to buy special. You could (and it’s cheaper), just buy regular cheese and only use 1/2 an ounce. The sargento thin slices just happens to slice the cheese into 1/2 ounce slices – which is really hard to do on your own, but shredded cheese works well if you weigh it.

What’s do I put on my Bagel Egg Sandwich:

  • First I start by toasting that skinny bagel! You really can’t beat 100 calories for TOP and BOTTOM of your bread for an egg sandwich.
  • Then, because I was feeling fancy, I cooked my egg whites in a mini Dash waffle iron, just because it happened to be the same size as my bagel. Eggs are easy to cook on a waffle iron, but if you use the dash, it would take 4 “waffles” to use up all the egg whites I eat every day (1 cup)
  • Then of course the thin sliced Sargento cheese cheddar cheese (45 calories)
  • I sliced up a bit of avocado, not cause I’m concerned about getting healthy fats, but it just tastes so dang good on an egg sandwich!
  • I added a tomato. If there was anything I’d leave off, it’s this. It might make your sandwich soggy. I put mine between an egg layer and lettuce, and made sure to pat it dry with a paper towel.
  • I cooked up some turkey bacon in the microwave to add a little crunch.
  • And finally, 1 leaf of lettuce, because it’s a sandwich!

So filling!!! I am in love with this bagel egg sandwich recipe and hope that you will enjoy it too!

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The Best Bagel Egg Sandwich Recipe {with cheese}

Delicious and low in calories, this bagel egg breakfast sandwich has cheese, avocado, lettuce, turkey bacon, tomato and eggs of course.
5 from 43 votes
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Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: American
Diet: Low Calorie, Low Fat
Keyword: bagel egg sandwich, breakfast egg sandwich
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Servings: 1 serving
Calories: 367cal
Author: Amy Roskelley


  • 1 skinny Bubba's Bagels (100 calories)
  • 1 cup egg whites
  • 1 slice Turkey Bacon
  • 1 slice sargento thin sliced cheddar Or 1/2 ounce cheese)
  • 30 grams avocado
  • 1 slice tomato
  • 1 leaf lettuce


  • Toast bagel. Cook egg whites on a waffle iron or skillet. Cook Turkey bacon.
  • Assemble sandwich with bagel, avocado, turkey bacon, lettuce, tomato, eggs, and cheese.


Serving: 1sandwich | Calories: 367cal | Carbohydrates: 31g | Protein: 32g | Fat: 14g
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Nutrition Facts
The Best Bagel Egg Sandwich Recipe {with cheese}
Serving Size
1 sandwich
Amount per Serving
% Daily Value*
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.


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  1. This looks AMAZING! Just looking at it seems like it will fill me up – and a nice amount of protein!

    I am going to look for those bagels – thanks for sharing them.

    One last thing – if I am going to cook up some turkey bacon, I don’t think I would stop eating just one slice… Mmmm.

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