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Ive always been a fan of bagels, but outside of every once in a while I try to stay away from them for the most part. I do partake in having bagel thins once in a while, but I find regular bagels are too high in points and not as filling to be considered worth it. That is until I heard about bagels sold at Trader Joes that were full-sized regular bagels but were nearly half the points. Those bagels are the Trader Joes The Bagel Spinoza High Fiber Multigrain Bagels.
At first I was a little skeptical. I was thinking a regular, full-size bagel thats not a quarter of the size, filling and not 8-10 points? The bagels are soft and fresh so I grabbed a bag and brought them home. Theyre not split, so after a quick slice with a knife, they toast up perfectly.
These are multigrain bagels, so they have that classic multigrain flavor. If youre expecting these to be boldly flavorful, then youre going to be disappointed but you can dress these up any which way you please. Ive enjoyed them with spray butter, with cream cheese topped with fruit preserve but my absolute favorite way has to be as a sandwich. My go-to sandwich for a few days was tomato, spicy brown mustard, crushed red hot peppers and krakus polish ham. The bagels are so filling, that even topped with just 2 ounces of deli meat it was filling and satisfying enough to serve as a dinner.
I will say, as with all breads at Trader Joes, if youre not going to eat these quickly Id highly suggest putting them in the freezer and defrosting a bagel before youd like to have one. Otherwise, these will spoil quickly for the most part the bagels will go bad on the date printed on the bag. From what Ive seen with bread products at Trader Joes brand new packs of bread have a 5-7 day shelf life before spoiling.
Each bagel is 210 calories or 5 points plus values.