Greek Yogurt Bagels


Last Updated on May 16, 2023

6-ingredient greek yogurt bagels are an easy, protein-packed breakfast made with all-purpose flour and non-fat greek yogurt!

Greek Yogurt Bagels

Greek Yogurt Bagels

Greek yogurt bagels have taken over my Tiktok feed and I’m not mad about it. They’re easy to make, light & fluffy, and a delicious protein-rich breakfast to have on hand.

You’ll need just two main ingredients for these bagels- all-purpose flour and greek yogurt. They’re rolled out, brushed with egg and everything but the bagel seasoning, and baked until crisp.

I love toasting them and serving them with cream cheese and cucumbers, or using them for an egg and cheese bagel for an extra boost of protein.

Though they definitely won’t replace real bagels in my diet, I love having these around for a quick, nourishing breakfast or snack.

What you’ll need for these Greek yogurt bagels

You’ll need 6 total ingredients for this bagel recipe:

  • All-purpose flour
  • 0% Greek yogurt
  • Baking powder
  • Salt
  • Egg
  • Everything but the bagel seasoning- I personally think this adds a more traditional taste to the bagels, but feel free to use your favorite toppings instead
Greek Yogurt Bagels

How to make 6-ingredient bagels

  1. Start by combining the flour, baking powder, salt and yogurt in a bowl. Knead the dough with your hands to evenly incorporate the flour and yogurt. Once a dough starts to form, transfer it to a floured surface
  2. Continue kneading the dough on a lightly floured surface for a couple of minutes. Sprinkle flour as needed if the dough becomes too sticky.
  3. Once the dough is smooth, divide it into 4 equal balls. Roll each ball into a strand, about 6″ long, then pinch the ends together to form your bagels, leaving a small hole in the center.
  4. Brush each bagel with whisked egg and sprinkle generously with everything but the bagel seasoning.
  5. Bake for about 20 minutes. Let cool, toast again and enjoy!

These greek yogurt bagels are easy to make, so delicious, and a convenient breakfast to have around. I hope you guys love them as much as we do!

More easy breakfast recipes to try:

Vanilla Chia Pudding

Kale and Mushroom Egg Bake

Freezer-friendly Breakfast Burritos

Greek Yogurt Bagels

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  • Preheat the oven to 400 F
  • In a bowl, combine the flour, salt and baking powder.
  • Add in the greek yogurt and start mixing together with your hands. The dough may feel wet and sticky at first, but continue mixing with your hands to form a smoother dough.
  • Transfer the dough to a lightly floured surface and continue kneading the dough for a couple of minutes. I suggest adding a little extra flour to you hands if the dough is sticky.
  • Split the dough into 4 equal parts. Roll each one into a 6″ strand then pinch the ends together to form the bagel. Repeat with remaining dough.
  • Place the bagels on a parchment lined baking sheet. Lightly brush each one with the whisked egg and sprinkle with everything but the bagel seasoning.
  • Bake for about 18-22 minutes, until the tops are brown. Let cool for 10 minutes before slicing.
  • When serving, I like to slice my bagel and toast it for 2 minutes to crisp the inside.
  • Refrigerate leftovers for 4-5 days, or freeze for up to 2 months. To reheat, slice the bagels and toast them for a couple of minutes.

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  1. Teresa Kocur

    I double the recipe but used 1/2 wheat flour, 1/2 almond flour. I added more wheat flour until I could properly knead dough. Came out great.

  2. I used iEinkorn flour and these were perfect!! Loved them!

  3. Marlene Celso

    Just now making these. I used bread flour and van greek yogurt. Done in fifteen minutes in my oven. They look delicious and I mixed them in a mixer. We’re easy to handle the dough. Perfect. Thanks

  4. Great recipe!! It’s a bit messy. I’ve done it twice now. Both times I’ve had to add around a quarter cup of flour just to get through kneading it because it’s so sticky with just original measurements. Definitely not kid friendly baking lol. This 2nd time I did a double batch so I could try adding blueberries to half (added handful cut in half to yogurt before mixing), unfortunately it didn’t add much to taste so it wasn’t worth the effort in the end. My next experiment will be using pre-flavored yogurt to get the fruity bagel taste perfect. New to baking from scratch so I don’t know much, but this recipe is gold to me!

    • Thank you, Cai! The texture will sometimes vary depending on yogurt brand, but good call adding a little more flour. I think a flavored yogurt could be delicious to add more fruity flavor, or even cinnamon and raisins/chocolate chips for some fun flavors. I’ve seen variations where people add shredded cheddar on top before baking.

  5. Alexandra

    Just made these and they are delicious!

  6. Can you substitute another flour type as to make it gluten free? Like almond meal?

    • The only gluten-free option that may work is a 1:1 GF flour blend. Almond flour wont hold up well unfortunately.

  7. These turned out great, I’ve made them twice this week! Thanks for the recipe! Do you know the nutritional info per serving?

  8. freddy

    soooo good

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