Fruity Christmas Wreath Bagel


A super simple fruity Christmas wreath cinnamon bagel for the Christmas holidays. Why not include these fruity holiday bagels as part of your 'North Pole Breakfast'? The kids love them!

Fruity Christmas Wreath Bagel

I do love themed food at this time of year and these fruity Christmas wreath bagels are a healthy but festive way to start the day. Toasted cinnamon bagels spread with cream cheese and topped with green and red jewelled fruit. You could either decorate them yourself or let the kids have a go at decorating them. If cream cheese isn't your thing then raspberry jam would also work well.

North Pole Breakfast Idea's

North Pole breakfasts seem to be all the rage at the moment (I think we're going to have one on Christmas Eve when we send our elves back to Lapland - why did I ever start the elf thing?!), and these fruity bagels would make an ideal centrepiece. You could also make some star shaped toast and sprinkle with edible glitter and snowman shaped pancakes (put a snowman cutter into the frying pan and pour the pancake batter inside). Elf donuts are a good one too - cheerio's dipped in chocolate and sprinkled with hundreds and thousands!

Fruity Christmas Wreath Bagel

Top Tips for Making the Fruity Christmas Wreath Bagels

  • If you can't get hold of cinnamon bagels, just use plain bagels.
  • If you're making these for adults why not replace the cream cheese for brandy butter?
  • I've used kiwi, blueberries and pomegranate seeds for these fruity bagels but you could try other fruit and let the kids build their own.
  • Make a savoury version with spinach leaves and smoked salmon.
Fruity Christmas Wreath Bagel

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Fruity Christmas Wreath Bagel
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Fruity Christmas Wreath Bagel

An easy fruity Christmas wreath bagel recipe with toasted cinnamon bagels, thick cream cheese, topped with chopped kiwi, blueberries and pomegranate seeds. Perfect for a healthy 'North Pole Breakfast'.
prep time: 7 minscook time: 1 minstotal time: 8 mins

ingredients:


  • 4 Cinnamon bagels, sliced in half
  • 8 TBSP Cream Cheese
  • 4 Kiwi Fruit, sliced and chopped into triangles
  • 100g Blueberries
  • 8 TBSP Pomegranate seeds

instructions


  1. Toast the bagels in your toaster then spread with the cream cheese.
  2. Decorate the bagels with the chopped fruit and serve.

NOTES:

Calories are for 1 portion.
calories
225
fat (grams)
5
sat. fat (grams)
2.4
carbs (grams)
31.9
protein (grams)
6.8
sugar (grams)
5.6

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Slow Cooker Christmas Themed Porridge

This super simple overnight slow cooker porridge requires only a little bit of effort the next morning (and when I say effort I mean cutting up some fruit). This Christmas themed slow cooker porridge would make an ideal 'North Pole Breakfast' on Christmas Eve. My kids love it!

Christmas Porridge

More Christmas Recipes

For more Christmas recipes have a look at my recipe index. If you're looking for a festive sweet treat then why not try my Microwave Mince Pie Fudge?
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Celebrating Christmas with #MyMarksFave


Marks and Spencer Christmas Food
You can't beat a bit of festive food from Marks and Spencer can you? We've been lucky enough to road test a selection of this year's offerings (I know, a hard job but someone's got to do it) to try and pick an all time favourite and crown it #MyMarksFave. Head over to my Instagram profile and click on Christmas highlights to find out what we thought of individual products, but below is a little preview of some of the yummy things we have been trying.

Marks and Spencer Christmas Food
Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without some crackers, cheese and posh crisps, essential items to any Christmas buffet! The kids loved the colourful tortilla stars (they had no idea they were eating beetroot and spinach) and I made a festive blue cheese dip to dunk them in, which went really well with crisps.

If sweet is your thing though (and it's definitely my kids thing), the raspberry and white chocolate tree's (pictured above) were the perfect festive after school treat, with a glass of cold milk.

Marks and Spencer Christmas Food
Christmas without mince pies wouldn't be a proper Christmas in my book, and this mini selection was really yummy - the perfect size too (i.e. you can fit the whole thing in your mouth in one go without looking like a pig). My favourite mini pie was the frosted crumble topped one but hubby preferred the brandy cream topped one. I could have quite easily scoffed them all to be honest.

Marks and Spencer Christmas Food
It was the 'Let it Sloe' cocktail that stole the show for me though and is 100% #MyMarksFave. A gorgeous blend of Sloe Gin, Oranges and Plums and at 20% proof, pretty heady too. I mixed it with some chilled soda water and poured it over ice but I'm going to serve it with some Prosecco on Christmas Day. They also do a Mince Pie flavoured version that I need to get my hands on quick.

The all important advent calendars were a hit here and M&S kindly gave us three so there was no squabbling. The Enchanted Forest Calendar looked really special too...I might treat hubby to a posh one like this next year.

Marks and Spencer Christmas Food
 ...and finally...

Marks and Spencer Christmas Food

... these amazing Millionaire's Salted Caramel Biscuits were kidnapped by my 11 year old, but for a very good cause. Her school were making up Christmas Shoe Boxes for elderly people in our nearest town and she wanted to give someone this extra special treat. These really are lovely so it was difficult to part with them...but all for a good cause at Christmas. A great little stocking filler for chocolate lovers this one!

Disclosure: I was sent a selection of Christmas products from M&S and was compensated for my posts.
Beth Sachs
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