Turn A Bagel Into Adorable Pigs In Five Minutes

Peanut butter is always a great addition to any breakfast, especially when you are trying to make an easy protein-packed breakfast in a hurry. This quick peanut butter pig bagel recipe makes an amazing school-day breakfast. It can also be packed for a fun school lunch.

Strawberry Slices
Peanut Butter
Banana Slices

A bagel sits on a purple plate in front of containers that hold peanut butter, banana slices, blueberries, and strawberries.

Start by toasting the bagel if desired. My daughter doesn’t like hers toasted, so I skipped this step. Next, spread peanut butter over each half of the bagel.

A bagel covered in peanut butter sits on a purple plate.

After that, simply put the fruit on the peanut-buttered bagel slices. The banana is the nose, the blueberries are the eyes, and the strawberry slices are the ears.

The finished peanut butter pigs sit on a plate.

This peanut butter pig bagel is the ultimate quick and adorable breakfast recipe. This bagel recipe is delicious and will surely become a new favorite.

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17 responses to “Turn A Bagel Into Adorable Pigs In Five Minutes”

  1. How cute! I love the idea to turn A bagel into little pigs. Your pictures are a perfect tutorial. Thank you for sharing!

  2. omg this is adorable. looks yummy too, hope to recreate soon!

  3. This is a great recipe idea! It is easy to make and is both nutritious and delicious. It’s a great way to start the day off right. The presentation is also really cute and would be sure to put a smile on the face of any kid. It could easily be modified by swapping out the fruit for other options or adding additional ingredients. The only feedback I have is to provide more details in the instructions. For example, how much peanut butter should be used, what type of fruit should be used, etc. Thanks for sharing!

  4. I go to my friends house every week and she is always looking for ways to get her little to eat. I’ll forward this along to her so she can make this sweet treat for her little guy!

  5. Such a super cute idea! Definitely the way to get your kids to eat breakfast.

    1. My daughter ate it all, which doesn’t happen very often!

  6. Nnniiiccceeeee….this is a very simple improvisation of the bagel! I think I can do this myself. Thank you for it.

    1. It was super easy to do!

  7. Your bagel pigs look yummy. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

  8. wow, this look so yummy. something I would definitely love to try and first time to see this.

  9. This looks so cute and so yummy at the same time! Amazing idea that kids would make kids love to eat that.

  10. Bedabrata Chakraborty Avatar
    Bedabrata Chakraborty

    Food art is good art! Not only kids, I would love to have something that looks like this too.

    1. It was super fun to make!

  11. I’m pretty sure this is the first time, I’ve read bagel and pigs in the same sentence. Pretty creative!

    1. Thank you! It was a lot of fun to create!

  12. Hehe, not just me but my daughters will also love this bagel. I’m sure it’s good and cute.

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