Protein Bagels

It’s Sunday. What does that mean? Baking adventure!  I cooked so much today.  I felt compelled in my soul to just whip one thing up and then the next and then the next!  We had these protein bagels, then for a snack protein banana sorbet, and for lunch there was hearty vegetable soup with lentil penne.  So much goodness.  

In the afternoon I did a sweaty asana practice of “Core x20” by Yoga_Girl on her OneOeight platform, and some Chaturanga practice on Ekhart Yoga platform.  After that I gulped down some water and collapsed on our bed in the sun.  I feel good.  I moved, I cooked nutritious foods, I rested.  Today was a good day.  

Oh and yesterday was a good day too.  We signed our new lease, found an amazing low-key gluten free cafΓ© in walking distance to our new apartment, had tomato, basil, mozzarella, and balsamic glaze sandwiches on baguettes (gluten free  πŸ₯–), and enjoyed  quality time with Keith.  It was a good weekend.  My arms are sore, but it all feels good.

Anyway.  Now onto the Bagels. This recipe needs a little work, I think more Parmesan cheese will help the consistency.  They came out great, I just know they can be better.  There’s room for improvement.  If you figure out a good adjustment let me know!

🍩🍩🍩  (Why isn’t there a bagel emoji?)

Get out your mixing bowl (one large bowl only) and make these PROTEIN BAGELS

They came out wonderfully for a first attempt.

Protein Bagels
This recipe makes 4 bagels πŸ”· 10 minutes to prepare πŸ”Ή 16-18 minutes to bake.


βž–1 cup quest multipurpose mix protein powder

βž–4 egg whites

βž–1/2 cup almond meal (I used almond flour)

βž–1/4 cup brown rice flour

βž–1/8 teaspoon salt

βž–1 teaspoon baking powder

βž–2 tablespoons water

 βž–1/4 cup Parmesan cheese


βž–1/2 teaspoon sesame seeds

βž–1/2 teaspoon chia seeds

βž–1/2 teaspoon salt


πŸ”ΊPreheat oven to 325F.

πŸ”ΊAdd all batter ingredients to a bowl and mix until incorporated.

πŸ”ΊSpray donut pan with cooking spray.

πŸ”ΊAdd dough to a ziplock bag, and pipe into pan.

πŸ”ΊSprinkle “everything” topping on bagels.

πŸ”ΊBake for 16-18 minutes, turning pan halfway through baking. 

πŸ”ΊLet cool for 2-3 minutes, then serve plain, with butter or cream cheese, or use to make an egg sandwich or avocado toast.

AND be amazed that each one has roughly 230 calories πŸ”Ά made up of 25 grams of protein πŸ”Ά 12 grams of carbs πŸ”Ά 9 grams of fat!

Here’s the macro-breakdown on my Losit app.



Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s