The Easiest Homemade Paleo Everything Bagels

June 6, 2019

The Easiest Homemade Paleo Everything Bagels made with 8 ingredients for a healthy bagel recipe!The Easiest Homemade Paleo Everything Bagels made with 8 ingredients for an easy healthy grain-free bagel recipe!

When I first shared these 15-minute Homemade Bagels a couple years ago, they nearly broke my blog. And they also continue to be one of the most popular recipes made by you, which makes me the happiest. It also tells me that you love bagels as much as I do.

Now don’t get me wrong, I am an equal opportunist when it comes to bagels. I eat the gluten ones, I eat the gluten-free ones and I make the paleo ones. If it’s a bagel sprinkled with everything bagel seasoning on it, you don’t have to twist my arm.

These grain-free bagels are made with just 8 ingredients..

These bagels are so fluffy and easy, I have a feeling you will obsess over them as much as I am. No, they don’t taste like “real” bagels. I’m not going to lie and say that to you. No mock bagel will ever taste like the real thing but these sure do taste delicious if you ask me. They’re made with just 8 ingredients and you’ll be eating your bacon, egg and avocado sammie in 15 minutes when you make them.

I use a few of my staple ingredients in these paleo bagels like almond flour, coconut flour and even Bonafide Provision’s Organic Bone Broth. Yup, that’s right – I put bone broth in my bagels.

Why you may ask? I love sneaking in bone broth into my food for a few recipes. Number one, it adds extra collagen and protein to the recipe and number two, it also adds a boat load of extra flavor. Anytime a recipe calls for water or broth, I use bone broth instead. Bonafide Provisions has been my go-to now for a couple years and I find it over in the freezer section in the grocery store. You’ll only need a few spoonfuls for this recipe so warm up the rest and sip on it when the bagels are baking. Or you can bake a few of my other recipes from the blog that have bone broth in them. I love Healthier Dairy-free Vodka SauceBone Broth Ramen Bowls and Easy Sesame Peanut Tahini Noodles.  You can also head over to this post for bone broth 101!

The Easiest Homemade Paleo Everything Bagels made with 8 ingredients for an easy healthy grain-free bagel recipe!The Easiest Homemade Paleo Everything Bagels made with 8 ingredients for an easy healthy grain-free bagel recipe!


The Easiest Homemade Paleo Everything Bagels

The Easiest Homemade Paleo Everything Bagels made with 8 ingredients for an easy healthy grain-free bagel recipe! Plus an extra boost from organic bone broth.

  • Author: Rachel
  • Prep Time: 5 mins
  • Cook Time: 10 mins
  • Total Time: 15 minutes
  • Yield: 6-7 bagels 1x




  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees and grease a donut pan with avocado oil
  2. Whisk together eggs, oil, ACV and bone broth together until fully combined
  3. Mix in the almond flour, coconut flour, tapioca flour and baking powder and mix until smooth and there are no clumps in the batter
  4. Fill each donut mold with batter then sprinkle seasoning on top
  5. Bake in oven for 10-12 minutes (or until ready – I stick a toothpick in)
  6. Allow the bagels to cool for a few minutes then remove from pan and enjoy!


*I haven’t tested other flour or egg subs

**You can also make these into buns/rolls by adding batter (about 3 tablespoons per roll) to a baking sheet like you would cookies and baking for 12-15 minutes

***Store leftovers in fridge for 5 days or slice and freeze these bagels for a couple of months

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40 Responses

  1. If I don’t have access to the bone broth and want to use something more flavorful than water what would you suggest?

  2. If you don’t have a donut pan, is there anything else you could use? A normal pan and form into the shape?

  3. These are great! I made them for sandwich bread so i just used a cookie sheet. Would say to use a little less than 3 tablespoons per “bun” – mine were pretty thin so they turned out very large!! Overall love them and way cleaner than GF bread from the store!

  4. Amaaaazing recipe!! Just a quick question, mine turned out brilliant in texture but tastes a bit too much like almond flour on its own – didn’t use the seasoning because I’m trying to avoid garlic.

    Do you think I could sub some casava flour instead of almond flour?
    And what could I sub for tapioca flour? I live in Istanbul and it’s difficult to find here

    Thank you!!

    1. i actually have never used cassava flour and i don’t have a sub for either, sorry about that!! tapioca and arrowroot are usually 1:1

  5. These are sooooo amazing! I even love them with nothing on them ? I make one of your recipes almost daily! Keep the good stuff coming!

  6. Hey Rachel! Love so many of your recipes and following along with you on IG. Question, I am allergic to coconut what flour sub would you recommend for this recipe?

  7. I purchased the attached donut pans and the spaces seem small… do these come out as typical sized bagels? Thank you!!

  8. This was so easy to make! I used Olive Oil to sub for Avocado Oil and it turned out great! I made half the recipe and next time will do the full batch to keep them in the freezer.

    1. it works as the “yeast” to let it rise a bit so if you omit it wont be as fluffy. tbh in any recipe, an ingredient will be marked as “optional” if you can omit!!

  9. This is probably my favorite gluten free recipe ever – thank you! I made them as hamburger buns. It made 8, so enough for 4 veggie burgers. Tapioca flour is for some reason impossible to find where I live, so I used cornstarch in half the amount (2 tbsp). They turned out the perfect texture and toast well without crumbling, which is rare for GF breads. Non GF members of the household agree that these are awesome!

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