Fruity-topped Bagels

by Sue Ashworth




10 minutes

Fresh bagels have a deliciously chewy texture, making them the perfect base for these refreshing fruit toppings.


Cooks Tips:

You can keep bagels in the freezer for up to 3 months – then you can just defrost the number you need.

Try using a selection of different bagels, such as sesame seed, cinnamon and raisin, wholemeal or plain.

Keep it simple and just make one variety of the fruity bagels.

Where can i buy Mandarin Segments in Juice ?

Princes Mandarin Segments with juice are available in selected Tesco, Morrisons and Waitrose stores

Calories Sugars Fat Saturated Fat Salt
176g 1889 15g 2g 1g 0.79g
RI% 10% 17% 3% 5% 13%


1 x 227g can Princes Pineapple Chunks with Juice

1 x 298g can Princes Mandarin Segments with Juice

1 x 220g can Princes Peach Chunks with Juice

3 bagels, split horizontally

200g low fat soft cheese

20 strawberries, sliced

20g blueberries

20g raspberries


  1. Drain the cans of pineapple, mandarins and peaches thoroughly.
  2. Lightly toast the cut sides of the bagels. Spread the low fat soft cheese on top.
  3. Top 2 bagel halves with the pineapple and strawberries, 2 bagel halves with the mandarin segments and blueberries and 2 bagel halves with the peach chunks and raspberries. Serve any excess fruit separately.
  4. Serve immediately.  

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