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Tuesday, July 7, 2015

4 bagel hacks to pimp your topper at Einstein Bros

Posted By on Tue, Jul 7, 2015 at 1:50 PM

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Granted, there are better places in town to bite off a piece of chewy, carby bagel (like here and also here), but they're not nearly as morning-commute ubiquitous as Einstein Bros, who just rolled out four new "toppers" for your bread bomb which, honestly, look pretty great. 

Here are four (secret!) upgrades to +1 your next workaday chain-bagel experience:



The Topper: Spicy Devil
Comes with: Jalapeno salsa schmear, crumbled bacon and jalapenos
Hack: Try it on an asiago bagel instead of plain. The smoky, toasted-cheesy perfection pairs well with the hot, hot heat.

The Topper: Nutty Monkey
Comes with: Nutella (YAS), banana and almonds
Hack: It's not healthy, I don't care how many almonds you splash on there, but a whole wheat bagel and the addition of strawberries will give you some peace of mind that you at least tried.

The Topper: Berry Goodness
Comes with: Strawberry schmear, strawberries, granola and honey
Hack: Choose either a blueberry, cinnamon raisin or chocolate chip bagel, and/or switch out that schmear for PB. Drool.

The Topper: The Herbivore
Comes with: Garlic schmear, sliced cucumber, tomato and arugula
Hack: It will negate the moniker, but ask for smoked salmon cream cheese on that bagel instead of the garlic. Your co-workers will probably thank you, anyway, plus: extra flavor and protein. Vegans, switch out the schmear for hummus and you're home free.

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