Paleo Garlic Bagel Crisps Recipe
If only bagels and crackers were Paleo…but they’re not. This Paleo garlic bagel crisps recipe is so easy you can make it anytime you’ve got a craving.
First, Make Bagels
Unfortunately, most traditional oversized carb-filled delights are not Paleo. All of that grain presents a bit of a problem.
To make the foundation of these Paleo bagel crisps, you’ll need about a half hour and alternative flours, including almond flour, coconut flour, and psyllium husk powder.
These ingredients will give you the bagel-like texture without troublesome grains.
You can find that sesame bagel recipe here.
Determine What to Pair With Your Crisps
As delicious as bagels and crackers are, they were made for spreads or dipping. So it’s best to have a plan for what to pair with your bagel crisps before starting out.
You may want these crisps to go with soup or salad. Sounds good to me!
Or, you may want something like cashew cheese to dip them in. This pairing is to die for, but you’ll need to plan ahead to make this work.
The cashews need to soak overnight before you transform them into “cheese,” so keep that in mind.
This roasted cauliflower dip is another option that pairs well with these crisps.
You might also enjoy spreading a bit of ghee or almond butter on your bagel crisps. Yum!
Keeping it Paleo
Most bagels and crackers are disqualified from Paleo because of the flour and grains they contain. And lest you be tempted to try whole grain breads or bagels, they aren’t Paleo either.
The bagels that eventually become crisps in this recipe are created using nut-based flours.
Other than that, the bagels are pretty much standard. Baking powder, garlic powder, vinegar, olive oil, eggs, and salt.
As a bagel lover, I highly recommend enjoying these Paleo bagels often! They offer the perfect way to get your fix without straying from your diet.
If you’re interested in some different bagel recipes you should check out these beauties.
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This is the perfect snack for when you are missing crackers and just feel like dipping something.
- Preheat the oven to maximum.
- Carefully slice the bagels into thin slices. Place onto a tray lined with baking parchment.
- Combine the melted ghee with the garlic powder and brush the mixture over the bagel slices. Toast in the oven for 5-6 minutes, until hardened and crispy.
- Remove and serve with our Cashew Cheese Dip or your favorite Paleo dip.
All nutritional data are estimated and based on per serving amounts.
- Calories: 436
- Sugar: 2 g
- Fat: 42 g
- Carbohydrates: 10 g
- Fiber: 6 g
- Protein: 10 g