Trader Joe’s Everything But the Bagel Sesame Seasoning

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The pros:  If you enjoy the topping flavor of an everything bagel you’ll like Trader Joe’s Everything but the Bagel Sesame Seasoning flavors here.

The cons:  If you are that person who gets poppy or sesame seeds stuck in your teeth all the time then you might not appreciate this.

The verdict:  For $1.99 you get a 2.3 ounce jar of the same seasonings that usually find themselves on an everything bagel: salt, sesame seeds, poppy seeds, dried onion, and dried minced garlic.  While no one flavor dominates Trader Joe’s Everything but the Bagel Sesame Seasoning, the sesame seems the strongest since there are two varieties in this.  This is going to be a pretty flexible seasoning blend.  If my Instagram account is any indication, Trader Joe’s may want to borrow the tag line from Frank’s Red Hot because people are putting this on everything.  Eggs, avocado toast, bagels, or if you didn’t appreciate Trader Joe’s Soft Handmade Pretzel without the salt then this product could make it an everything Pretzel, and I’m sure there will be more as time goes along.  I’m sure beyond breakfast foods there are a lot of good possibilities here especially for fish, chicken or on top of a stir fry.  It’s a nice seasoning blend, especially if you are afraid of blending your own combination.  It’s worth picking up.  As a native New Yorker I can tell you that this definitely is an everything bagel without the bagel.

The jar:

Trader Joe's Everything but the Bagel Sesame Seasoning

The nutritional information and ingredients:Trader Joe's Everything but the Bagel Sesame Seasoning

How Trader Joe’s describes this:Trader Joe's Everything but the Bagel Sesame Seasoning

On top of eggs this morning:Trader Joe's Everything but the Bagel Sesame Seasoning

Would I buy this again?  Yes.

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Did you try it?  Do you have an interesting use for this product you’d like to share?  Let me know what you think and what creative uses you’ve found for this in the comments section!


5 Comments Add yours

  1. I like to read about stuff that we never see here in the UK, and sometimes that’s a relief and at others a shame!

    1. becomebetty says:

      Sometimes it amazes me that some Trader Joe’s items can be made in another country and yet you can’t get them.

  2. RossC says:

    I haven’t noticed this in my TJ store but, will look for it next trip..
    I like the idea of sprinkling this on a variety of dishes… :o)

  3. Mario says:

    This is a thing? How have I never heard of this before?!

    1. becomebetty says:

      If you enjoy the toppings of an everything bagel, they have bottled it and put it on store shelves for under $2.

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