Spiralized Everything Bagels

Spiralized Potato Everything Bagels

GUYSSSSSSS. There’s not much to say about these spiralized everything bagel buns, except: MAKE THEM....

Spiralized Everything Bagels


There’s not much to say about these spiralized everything bagel buns, except: MAKE THEM.

But first, you’ll need this pan.

Spiralized Everything Bagels

In all seriousness, these cute spiralized bagels are a must make. They’re much easier than they look, especially once your donut pan arrives. And once you have the pan, you can also make these chocolate zucchini noodle donuts. Just sayin’.

Since the Everything Bagel Buns from my first cookbook, Inspiralized, were such a success, I wanted to reinvent the recipe into these bagels – perfect for weekend brunching or meal prepping for the week!

They’re totally customizable – spread them with some cashew cream cheese (or if you use real cream cheese, I love Arla!), almond butter, jam, or your butter of choice.

Spiralized Everything Bagels

I served them with eggs and bacon, kind of a deconstructed egg sandwich (sans cheese.) BUT, you could totally layer two bagels and make a bacon, egg, and cheese sandwich! If you do it, make sure you hashtag #inspiralized, because I’ll have to regram on Instagram and give you the credit.

These are much easier than they look – you basically cook the potato noodles, toss them with eggs and my everything bagel mix (or buy a pre-made one, like this one), and then pack them into the crevices of a donut pan, bake in the oven for 10-15 minutes, and VOILA – everything bagels!

These gorgeous spiral bagels are gluten-free, vegetarian, and clean-eating friendly. And yes, you can use sweet potato noodles, but the taste will be sweet, so keep that in mind!

Spiralized Everything Bagels

Are you planning a bagel brunch party? Because I am.

Nutritional Information & Recipe

Weight Watchers SmartPoints*: 3 points

*These points were calculated using the official Weight Watchers SmartPoints calculator. We are in no way affiliated with Weight Watchers, we are providing this information based on popular demand.

Spiralized Potato Everything Bagels

Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Total Time 35 minutes


  • For the bagels:
  • 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
  • 2 russet potatoes peeled, Blade D
  • 2 large eggs beaten
  • toppings!
  • For the bagel mix:
  • 1 teaspoon poppy seeds
  • 1 teaspoon sesame seeds
  • 1.25 teaspoons garlic powder
  • 1 teaspoon onion powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon pepper


  • Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Grease (with cooking spray or coconut oil) a non-stick donut pan.
  • Heat the oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Once oil is shimmering, add the potato noodles and toss well. Cook the noodles, tossing occasionally, until cooked through, about 10 minutes. Transfer the noodles to a bowl and place in the refrigerator to cool down for 5 minutes.
  • Add the eggs to the potato noodles (once done chilling) and toss well to combine. Pack the noodles into the mini donut pan. Transfer to the oven and cook for 15 minutes or until crispy on the top, firm, and noodles are all set.
  • Carefully pop the noodle bagels out of the pan and top with desired toppings!

Recipe Notes

Per serving (1 out of 6 bagels) - calories: 106, fat: 4g, saturated fat: 1g, carbs: 14g, fiber: 1g, sugars: 1g, protein: 4g, sodium: 214mg

Spiralized Everything Bagels

with love, Ali

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  • I have a question. Have you tried these with the silicone pans? I not familiar with the pros and cons between the two products. They sound wonderful.
    • I was the same so I looked it up. The silicone doesn't brown the food the way metal does. The glass cooks evenly and more on the edges. The darker the metal the browner the food can get.
      • But it stuck to the pan so bad thatI could not even got them out without scraping - and I sprayed coconut oil all over:( so it did not turn out . Bit ai am exited to see how can I make it good. That pan wont work.
  • Hi! Is it 6 mini donuts? It was enough for all 12, very little once though. Can it be done in big pan holding 6? Pls let me know!
    • Yes, I believe so. If you look at the photos and compare the size of the finished plated product it definitely looks bigger than the mini donut pan size by Wilton which has only 1 3/4 inch cavity's.
  • I ordered the pan that was suggested through the link, but I just received it and think it is way too small.
    • It is ! And they stick to it :(
  • It's obviously the 6 regular donut pan. Not the 12 donut mini pan. A lot of people bought the wrong one...
  • I was going to say the same thing with the pan others have. I just ordered the one on the link. It seeing it was mini and just got it and there can't be any way that would work right. Guess I'll be trying to return and get a regular size one.
  • Ordered the 6 donut pan before I read the full direction. Turned out great, no sticking and excellent results. Will definitely be making these again. Loved them!!
  • I haven't tried these yet, but I do not like using coated pans or silicon pans in the oven. I know Ali has done similar things in ramekins before. If you have concerns or don't want to buy more pans, I think you could pick the ramekin size you want and use something like a (sprayed) tiny shot glass or cannoli tube to form the potatoes around to make the hole.
  • Would it work to try it in a muffin pan or shaping them and trying on a cookie pan? I don't want to get a donut pan, my husband says I have way too many kitchen pans already! :)
  • Are you sure it's blade D? I just ordered one of your spiralizers and I was making them the other day and the correct blade was C.
  • Apologies if this has been answered elswhere - but have you had success freezing the buns & reheating on a stovetop?
  • If i don't have poppy seed is it ok to leave them out or replace with something else?
  • Could these be made in advance and reheated?
  • I made this and all of them were stuck to the donut pan. I even sprayed olive oil into it and spread it around.
    • Any suggestions would be wonderful.
  • Make these in silicon molds (I used rectangles). They definitely stuck to bagel pan and I had to scrape them out, which left them more like hash browns. Still tasted nice but definitely couldn’t serve as bagels. The rectangles baked in silicon molds worked perfectly!!!
    • Thanks for the feedback and the tip!
  • This recipe looks incredible! I was wondering, can these be made in advance and then refrigerated or frozen? This looks like it would make a great breakfast throughout the week if prepared over the weekend. Thank you!
    • Yes Christine! Great idea!
  • Any way this could be done without egg? We have an egg allergy over here and would love to find another way to make this work!!!!
    • Hi! We haven't tried, but a lot of people will use flax eggs. Give it a try and let us know how they turn out!
  • Is it possible to make these without frying them first? Trying to be as healthy as possible. Do you know if the potato/egg mixture go in raw into the pan, if that would work? Thanks!
    • Hi Lilly! We haven't tried it this way, but give it a try and let us know how it turns out!
      • Thanks so much! And will do :)