Bagel Melts

Bagel Melts

"'I use whole wheat bagels or English muffins for these open-faced sandwiches,' notes Linda Mincy of Counce, Tennessee. The quick combo is great for breakfast or alongside soup for dinner."
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10 m servings
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Original recipe yields 4 servings

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  1. Spread 1 tablespoon mustard over each bagel half. Layer with one cheese slice, two Canadian bacon slices, two tomato slices and a second cheese slice. Place on an ungreased baking sheet. Bake at 350 degrees F for 4-6 minutes or until cheese is melted. Serve immediately.


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Perfect for a quick lunch! I toasted my bagel first and used dijon mustard. I added some salt and pepper to the tomatoes slices and this was perfect for the toaster oven. All it needed was a n...

My husband and I make something similar to this. We use regular bagels with a thick layer of cream cheese then add the canadian bacon, or whatever meat you want then cheese. We typically use swi...

This tasted like a mouthful of mustard! I thought it was a lot of mustard. I even used enough to make just a swirl around the bagel. I used the thin bagels the grocery stores sell now, dijon mus...

I made this without the bacon (I know, major part of the sandwich, right?) because I don't eat bacon. I really liked this simple yet quick and easy to prepare bagel melt. I added some garlic pow...

I do this all the time but with a cinnamon raisin bagel instead. Delish!

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