Everything Bagel Seasoning is the whole spice seasoning you find on bagels, just without the bagel. Learn how to make it with this super simple recipe!
Everything bagel seasoning is a spice mix that needs to be in your kitchen at all times. We love this recipe for seasoning chicken, veggies, and everything in between.
What is everything bagel seasoning?
Everything Bagel Seasoning is that delicious, chunky, savory seasoning you find on Everything Bagels, but without the bagel! It was first popularized by Trader Joe’s when they came out with an Everything But the Bagel Seasoning to sell in-store.
Today, everything bagel seasoning is used on pretty much everything! Our recipe uses all of the classic whole spice ingredients, but uses far less salt so that you can control your sodium!
What is in everything bagel seasoning?
You only need 6 whole ingredients for this everything bagel seasoning recipe:
- white sesame seeds
- black sesame seeds
- dried minced garlic
- dried minced onion
- poppy seeds
- coarse salt
a note about salt
Our seasoning has much less salt than the kind you buy at Trader Joe’s. So, just keep that in mind when you’re subbing our seasoning. Feel free to add salt as needed!
Everything Bagel Recipe Ideas
Looking to use your seasoning NOT on homemade bagels? Here are some recipe ideas!
More Ways to Use Everything Bagel
Dips: add a tablespoon of seasoning to our roasted garlic caramelized onion dip. #drooling
Hard-Boiled Eggs: season your hard-boiled eggs with a pinch of everything bagel seasoning.
Soft Pretzel: Before baking your homemade soft pretzel, sprinkle on some everything bagel seasoning. GENIUS.
Soup: This might sound odd, but add a tablespoon of this seasoning to flavor soup. The whole chopped garlic and onion will dissolve and be DELISH. Try it in:
How much everything seasoning should I use?
Wondering how much of this everything seasoning to add to your meat, dips, or roasted veggies? Our recipe calls for much less salt than the everything bagel seasonings you can find at the store, meaning that you can pretty much use as much as you want without it getting too salty!
For 1 lb. chicken: start with 1 tablespoon, but use up to 2.
For soup: add 1 tablespoon.
If you end up wanting more salt, you can add it to taste after you’ve seasoned your dish.
Store this seasoning in a jar or glass container. Make sure to seal tightly and store in a cool, dark place for optimal shelf life. This will last up to 3 months.