Thin Bagels with Greek Yogurt and fruits


Thin Bagels

What I like about a New Year is that we are eating healthy again. We enjoyed having company over for Christmas and visiting family on New Year Eve, sharing delicious food and wine with them but now it's time to enjoy a lighter diet.



This week I received a package from Dempster's with three different king of thin bagels:  Multigrain, White with Whole Wheat and Cinnamon Raisin.  Dempster’s new Thin Bagels makes portion control simple and satisfying to help you keep your New Year’s resolutions.

The first one I sampled was the Cinnamon Raisin Thin Bagel.  I made this Berry 'n' Greek Yogurt Thin Bagel recipe and I assure you that if you start the day right in eating this for breakfast you will have the energy you need to stay on track throughout the day.

All you need to do is toast a Cinnamon Raisin Thin Bagel.  Top it with your favorite Greek yogurt and fruits.  I made a fruit compote using frozen strawberries, blueberries, raspberries and maple syrup.  Cook the fruits on high in the microwave for 1 1/2 minutes and serve the compote warm with the bagel.  It satisfied my appetite.   Dempster's Thin Bagels are available at major grocers.


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  1. Extra de trouver bagel, déjà prêt
    Je te souhaite une excellent dimanche
    Valérie.

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  2. Wowo it looks healthy and delicious. Oh after all the indulgence we are tying to cut donw too but it never seems to happen in our side.

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  3. I love bagels especially with cream cheese and smoked salmon. It would be great if they tasted as good as the thick ones. The fruit selection looks yummy.

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  4. I love the thin bagels! They are perfect for me as I find the regular bagels just too much.

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  5. What a lovely start to the day. I'd love a thin fruit bagel with berries and yoghurt. Lovely images Helene.

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  6. I love the idea of thin bagels. I can never eat one of those large ones. Half fills me up.

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  7. I wonder if I eat a few of these thin bagels if it would still be considered healthy?
    Love the fruit compote!!
    I will be coming here on a regular basis again, life got in the way of me visiting my favorite sites!!

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  8. i love thin bagels. Makes it more enjoyable to eat bagels as I am not wishing I hadn't afterwards! LOL!

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  9. Looks delish! Thanks for this yummy idea.

    Karina :)

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  10. I never seen this thin bagel before. They look quite tempting Helene!

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  11. i often bemoan that a typical bagel is just too large. it just sinks to the bottom of my stomach and sits there. that said, a thinner bagel is definitely the way to go!

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  12. Clever idea, sounds really good. Your pic makes me dream about it

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  13. you know i love raspberry jam with my cream cheese. granted i cannot do this all the time, but when i have bagels that is how i like to have it.

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