Forget The Bagel! Pereg Brings You Everything Spices for Flexible Recipes

pereg Everything but the bagel spice review

pereg Everything but the bagel spice review

We all have our favorite breakfast pastry, and when it comes to bagels one flavor is our favorite as well. For years people have loved the everything bagel – covered in what was left over in the kitchen. Like most great recipes, the Everything Bagel was invented from using leftovers. As legend has it, back around 1980, a teenager working at a bagel place in New York had the end-of-shift task of sweeping out the oven of all the toppings that fell off the different bagels. One day, after tasting the collection of leftover spices, he suggested to his boss that they not throw out the mixture as they usually did, but instead use it to create a new bagel flavor. Bagel history was made when the newfangled “everything” bagel sold out the next day.

pereg Everything but the bagel spice reviewBut what do you do if you’re gluten free? Or you want those flavors but not want the carb hit that comes with bagels? As delicious as they are, they can take up most of your carb count for the date. Coming to the rescue is Pereg’s new Everything But The Bagel Spice Mix. Put it next to the salt and pepper and you’ve got, well, everything you need to add big, delicious flavor to breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks.

Everything But The Bagel Spice Mix gives you that irresistible everything bagel taste, without all the carbs. A special mix of natural flavors including onion, garlic, poppy, salt, and three kinds of sesame seeds, you can jazz up practically everything with it. Stir it into plain cream cheese for a flavor burst. Sprinkle it on grilled meats, avocado toast, rice, scrambled eggs, salads, chicken, pancakes, and more.

Loaded with flavor, the Everything But the Bagel Spice Mix gives you that extra zing to your meals. Out of bagels and still want that morning treat? Mix some in with some cream cheese and spread on some toast and you’ll have your own deli treat right in your kitchen.


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