BFree Bagels with Smoked Salmon #NationalBreakfastWeek

#NationalBreakfastWeek - BFree Bagels with Smoked Salmon

“I know family comes first, but shouldn’t that mean after breakfast?”
Jeff Lindsay, Dearly Devoted Dexter

They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, yet so many of us are neglecting it… me included. I try to have breakfast but most days a cup of coffee keeps me going until lunch or even dinner time. I know this is not a good idea but… I try my best to remember about breakfast, especially this week…

In celebration of #NationalBreakfastWeek I decided to “play” with the BFree range.

BFree was developed to bring tasty, ‘good for you’ breads to the market.

Often, people avoid bread or feel poorly after having a sandwich and this may be due to sensitivities to wheat or gluten. There is No Guilt associated with eating BFree as the nutritional composition of our products is Extraordinary!

When wheat is removed from bread products, it is as if the ‘scaffolding’ that holds the structure together is pulled apart. BFree has developed a recipe and composition that replaces the gluten and wheat and with natural ingredients…

BFree range includes: soft white loaf, brown seeded loaf, brown seeded rolls, white rolls, plain bagels, multi-seed bagels, multigrain wraps and fajita kit. You can find some BFree products in Asda and their full range can be purchased from Ocado.

But… back to my breakfast…

Bagels with smoked salmon have a very sentimental value for me. When I first came to the UK, I used to live close to Gants Hill in London. There was this small bakery on my way to the tube station and every morning I would buy myself breakfast from them – a cup of coffee and a bagel with salmon. After a few months I moved and it was bye, bye to my favourite breakfast… so now from time to time I prepare it at home… it is never the same but… close enough.

So what will you need to create Bagels with Smoked Salmon (besides the obvious?)

  • BFree bagels (I used plain ones)
  • Good quality smoked salmon
  • Salted butter
  • Fresh ground pepper
  • Fresh lemon

Now all you need is to put all together.

Cut the bagels in half. If you like, toast them but I like my ones as they come from the pack.

“Apply” a generous amount of butter, don’t miss the corners!

What?!?! 😉 What corners?!?! Lol

Carefully add the smoked salmon.

Grind some fresh pepper all over your creation.

Finish with a squeeze from half a fresh lemon; just a little; just to give that extra bite.

Make a cuppa of your favourite beverage, find a place in the warm with a view of something green, and enjoy a me moment.

#NationalBreakfastWeek BFree Bagels with Smoked Salmon

What’s your favourite breakfast?

Did you make something special in celebration of #NationalBreakfastWeek?

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10 responses to “BFree Bagels with Smoked Salmon #NationalBreakfastWeek

  1. that is my favorite breakfast…. it’s like stranded in heaven :o)

  2. Sara

    Smoked salmon is my one true vice in life, these look absolutely delicious! For some reason I’ve never even thought about having it with a bit of pepper though, I might have to try this later on today.

    Sara | This Girl Loves

  3. Cass@FrugalFamily

    I love cinnamon toast for breakfast especially when my little boy makes it for me x x

  4. I love smoked salmon and I love bagels. This is perfect!

  5. I have to be honest, I’m one of those who skips breakfast, however this looks very tasty and I should maybe try it!

  6. great pictures my most cherished breakfast is a good bagel with salmon and cream cheese yummy!

  7. What a creative recipe idea

  8. I have to admit, I have never had smoked salmon and I am not sure if I would like it, but it really does look good. My go to breakfast lately has been a couple of eggs scrambled with veggies (mainly broccoli and mushrooms, though sometimes green peppers and onions and maybe tomatoes), then I add a couple of slices of toast or Greek vanilla yogurt with bananas. And can’t forget the green tea

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