Avocado Bagel Sandwich - This is what breakfast dreams are made of. A toasted bagel with feta, yogurt + sriracha sauce, fresh tomato, avocado, and spinach will start your day off with a spicy bang and keep you feeling full all morning.
a breakfast bagel with fresh tomatoes, avocado, and spinach on top
Once I embrace a trend, I really embrace it. Like, really really. I eat avocado pretty much every day. I love toast. So much that I'm writing a book about my toast recipes. In that book, and on this blog, is my all-time favorite breakfast, my over the top 10 Ingredient Avocado Toast with Feta + Balsamic Glaze. My blog readers and Pinterest followers love that recipe too. I don't blame anyone, it's great, I can attest! And like your last amazon browse said, if you like that, you'll probably like this.
For this avocado bagel sandwich, we've got a toasted (multigrain) bagel, heavy on the toastiness. We'll skip the butter and go with a blended yogurt, feta, sriracha sauce that's part tangy and part spicy and gives so much flavor to this great breakfast sandwich. Next up - fresh tomato, avocado, and spinach, please! Now season to perfection and check out this masterpiece. Are you in a fancy cafe? Nope, you're in your own kitchen and YOU made that. That's pretty awesome, right? Ya, it is. And it was easy and only took a few minutes - everything you want in a delicious breakfast.
Ingredients for this recipe
- Your favorite bagel - nope, I don't shy away from bagels, not even a little bit, but I do choose multigrain bagels when I can. Especially great for starting my day off with a healthier choice. Go for everything bagels here to level up that tastiness even more.
- A few tablespoons of yogurt, mixed with sriracha and some feta cheese ( I use the mini blender cup on my Ninja blender.
- Juicy Roma tomatoes
- Fresh spinach - use how much you like
- An avocado - half an avocado per sandwich is the perfect amount
- Sea salt and ground black pepper
- If you're like my friend Debbie who doesn't like feta, then you can swap out the feta mix for cream cheese. This would make for a super delicious avocado bagel sandwich.
- If you're not a fan of tomatoes, try some cucumber slices.
- Swap out the spinach for arugula if you like its peppery bite, or go for romaine or iceberg lettuce for something a little more basic
- Try frying up some eggs for your avocado bagel sandwiches
EXPERT TIP: How to get pretty slices from an avocado? Cut the avocado in half lengthwise by rotating your knife through the peel and flesh while it rests on the pit. Once the avocado is halved, remove and discard the pit. Now set the halves flat side down on a cutting board. Carefully peel the avocado. The peel will break and won't come off in one whole piece - that's okay just keep peeling bit by bit. Once the avocado is peeled you can slice it into thin slices. You can also just scoop the flesh out of the peel with a spoon and then mash it before adding it to your sandwich.
More Avocado Recipes
- Avocado Toast with Feta Cheese + Balsamic Glaze
- Baked Avocado Fries
- Avocado Cilantro Dressing
- Avocado Cilantro Lime Hummus
- White Chocolate + Mint Avocado Chia Pudding
- Chocolate Cherry Chia Pudding Cups
Avocado Bagel Sandwich
- 1 bagel (toasted)
- handful of spinach
- 3 slices Roma tomato
- ½ medium avocado (sliced)
- salt and pepper (to taste)
- 2 tablespoons feta cheese
- 3-4 tablespoons greek yogurt
- 1 teaspoon sriracha hot sauce (omit if you don't like spice)
To make the spicy feta yogurt sauce
- Add the feta, yogurt, and sriracha hot sauce to a mini blender cup. Blend until smooth. Add more feta as needed to make the sauce thicker as desired.
To assemble the bagel
- Spoon some of the feta yogurt sauce on one side of the toasted bagel.
- Add spinach, then avocado, and then tomato.
- Season with salt and pepper.
- Add the other half of the bagel on top to make a sandwich. Cut in half if you prefer. Serve.
Nutritional information is an estimate. Values vary based on products used.
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Let's Make a breakfast bagel
Toast your favorite bagel.
Make the feta sauce by blending a bit of feta with plain Greek yogurt and some sriracha. Season with salt and pepper. You can make this thinner or thicker by using more or less yogurt. I make mine a little thinner because its easier to blend.
When the bagel is ready spoon the sauce over the bottom half. Add the spinach, avocado and then the tomato slices. Season and spoon more sauce over. Add the top of the bagel and serve. Slice in half if you're in the mood.
The average calorie count for breakfast is 300 - 400 calories*. This multigrain breakfast sandwich is 419 calories, making it about average.