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Monday, June 29, 2015

McDonald's Breakfast Bagel Sauce Copycat Recipe

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Yum! If you love McDonald's breakfast bagels but wish they
were a bit healthier, this recipe is for you!

I love the bagels from McDonald's but I'm also in love with eating organic whenever possible. The breakfast sauce on McDonald's breakfast bagels are what really makes them stand out for me, so I knew I just had to try duplicating it at home.

McDonald's Breakfast Bagel Sauce Copycat Recipe

Enough for 4 sandwiches


  • 3 tablespoons mayo (Use garlic mayo for some extra zing!)
  • 1 teaspoon yellow mustard
  • 1/4 teaspoon dill weed
For this recipe I used some of the Garlic Just Mayo that I received for free from Hampton Creek in exchange for a review. (Obviously I wasn't going to just eat it by the spoonful, so I put it to the test in recipes like this one instead!)

I love that the Just Mayo is better for me than a lot of the national brands because it has less sodium & saturated fat, NO cholesterol and it's GMO-Free! The biggest and most amazing difference in this mayo though? There are NO eggs in it. None.

I'm sure that a lot of you out there are thinking that it would taste gross if it's plant-based, but trust me, you're wrong. I didn't even realize there weren't any eggs in it until AFTER I tried (and loved!) the product!

Watch this YouTube clip where CNBC's Jim Cramer from Mad Money puts their product to the test by trying their plant-based egg substitute!


Mix all ingredients together in a small bowl.

Smear onto bagels and then add your favorite breakfast sandwich toppings to make a tasty (and healthy!) breakfast bagel.



Want to find out more about Just Mayo & Hampton Creek? Find them on www.hamptoncreek.com/just-mayo. You can also chat with them on social media via Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, Instagram and YouTube.

Where to Buy:

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  1. i work for the company that makes the sauce----you are missing the secret ingredient!! (bacon flavor)

    1. Really? Bacon?? I'll have to try it both ways, absolutely love it!

    2. Really? Bacon?? I'll have to try it both ways, absolutely love it!

    3. I hate to break it to you, but this is not even close to what McDonald's breakfast sauce taste like. Don't get me wrong this a great dressing for egg salad but not a breakfast sandwich.

    4. And I hate to break it to you, but you are quite the douchebag.

    5. هل تحب العاب العاب العاب ؟ ولعب العاب ممتعه ؟ اذا قم بزيارة موقع العاب دادي واستمتع مع العاب ممتعة و العاب حديثة بالاضافة الي العاب بنات العاب بنات جديدة جدا من موقع العاب دادي

  2. Oh, I love the sauce on their bagels too! Thank you for sharing this, can't wait to try it myself.

  3. I was surfing net and fortunately came across this site and found very interesting stuff here. Its really fun to read. I enjoyed a lot. Thanks for sharing this wonderful information.

  4. Nice idea of duplicating the mcdonalds bagels recipe.. I love eating this kinds of stuff also I do appreciate what you are doing. Thanks again for sharing.. :D

  5. Mcdonald's bagel sauce is actually a hollandaise sauce.

    - source: I used to work at one