Low Fat Everything Bagel Biscuits

Low Fat Everything Bagel Biscuits

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These low fat biscuits combine everything bagel seasoning, extra sesame seeds, and Greek yogurt to create light and fluffy biscuits with just 4 grams of fat. This is an easy recipe that can be prepped with nothing more than a mixing bowl, fork, and baking sheet! 

A simple, one-bowl recipe for light and fluffy everything bagel biscuits. Each biscuit is packed with the onion, garlic, and sesame flavor you expect from everything bagels and has just 4 grams of fat!

These everything bagel biscuits were inspired by Stella Parks’ black sesame buttermilk biscuits on Serious Eats.

How to Make These Low Fat Biscuits 

If you’ve made my original Greek yogurt biscuits, this will be a breeze. These everything bagel biscuits use essentially the same recipe with additional seasoning and sesame oil instead of an egg yolk wash.

If you feel you need a more in depth look at how to make these biscuits or help with troubleshooting, I’ve included a video tutorial from the original recipe below. 

But don’t worry, this is an easy one! 

process of taking dry ingredients to biscuit dough before forming

Feel free to use a food processor or stand mixer to mix the everything bagel biscuit dough, but I used a fork to keep things simple AND prevent over mixing. If you work the dough too much, the gluten in the flour will develop and create tough biscuits. 

You can see in the far right image above that there’s quite a bit of dry flour remaining when the biscuit dough goes from bowl to board. 

everything bagel biscuit dough after forming and pressing into a rectangle to cut individual biscuits

You’ll use your hands to bring the dough together and press into a rectangle before cutting the biscuits. And other than brushing with a bit of oil and topping with extra everything bagel seasoning, your biscuits are ready to bake. 

Easy enough, right? 

Like I mentioned above, the video below will walk you through from start to finish and covers just about every potential issue. 

Everything Bagel Biscuits Ingredient Modifications

Can I use other types of flour in my biscuits?

Common ingredient questions about the original Greek yogurt biscuits are typically about different flours. I’ve tried to make the biscuits with almond flour and even a mixture of almond and coconut flour without any luck. 

Some readers have mentioned using Bob’s Red Mill 1:1 Gluten Free flour successfully, but I haven’t tried it personally. 

What is Swerve?

The recipe calls for Swerve as the granulated sugar substitute. This is an erythritol-based, 0-calorie sweetener that substitutes 1:1 for sugar.

Take note of the weight in the recipe. 24 grams is roughly the same weight as granulated sugar. If you use something like stevia or sucralose (Splenda), they’re probably more concentrated and won’t have the same volume. This could affect the consistency of the dough and maybe even the final product. 

Though I’ve heard people have used both Splenda and baking stevia successfully in the original recipe. It’s just worth mentioning. 

Can I use full fat butter?

Yep. That should be totally fine. The only difference is you may have to work a bit more to cut the butter into the dry ingredients. 

Note: If you wanted a butter-free option, check out my pumpkin biscuits.

Final Everything Bagel Biscuits Recipe Notes

One thing Stella mentioned in her black sesame seed biscuits recipe was to use toasted sesame seeds since they’ll have more flavor. If you have trouble finding toasted sesame seeds of either variety, you can pop them in the oven at 350F for 3-5 minutes before using. 

If you don’t have sesame oil on hand, any oil will work! 

And I think that’s all you need to know. When you try these everything bagel biscuits, I’d love to know what you think. Share your thoughts with me on Instagram @mason_woodruff or in my free Facebook group (this is also a great place to ask questions to about 10,000 other healthy home cooks). 

low fat everything bagel biscuits with Greek yogurt
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Everything Bagel Biscuits

Low fat Greek yogurt biscuits with an everything bagel spin.

Course Breakfast
Cuisine American
Keyword everything bagel biscuits, everything bagel seasoning, greek yogurt biscuits, low fat biscuits
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Servings 6 biscuits
Calories 170 kcal
Author Mason Woodruff

Ingredients

  • 1 1/2 C (180g) All Purpose Flour
  • 2 Tbsp (24g) Granulated Sugar Substitute I used Swerve
  • 1/2 Tbsp Baking Powder
  • 1/2 tsp Kosher Salt or 1/4 tsp table salt
  • 1 Tbsp Everything Bagel Seasoning divided
  • 1 Tbsp Sesame Seeds I used black sesame seeds
  • 2 Tbsp (28g) Light Butter I used Land O' Lakes with canola
  • 3/4 C (170g) Fat Free Greek Yogurt
  • 1/2 Tbsp (8g) Sesame Oil for brushing

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 375F and spray a baking sheet with nonstick spray. Set aside.

  2. Mix the flour, sugar substitute, baking powder, salt, sesame seeds, and 2 teaspoons of the everything bagel seasoning together in a large bowl before cutting the butter in with a fork. (Reserve 1 teaspoon of the everything seasoning for brushing on top before baking.)

    dry ingredients mixed in a large bowl with butter on top
  3. Add the Greek yogurt and mix until a dough begins to form. Don't over mix. There should be some remaining flour in the bowl.

    Greek yogurt on top of dry ingredients with butter cut in
  4. Empty the dough and remaining dry ingredients onto a flat surface. Use your hands to work everything together until no crumbs remain.

    everything bagel biscuit dough after mixing
  5. Press the dough into a rectangle that's about 8"x5". (You can spray your hands with a bit of cooking spray or lightly flour them to prevent any sticking, though you shouldn't have any issues.)

    biscuit dough with tape measure showing length
  6. Cut the rectangle into 6 pieces and transfer the pieces to the baking sheet. Brush the top with sesame oil and sprinkle the remaining everything bagel seasoning on top.

    everything bagel biscuits on a baking sheet before baking
  7. Bake for 17-20 minutes or until the biscuits are golden brown around the edges.

Recipe Notes

Each biscuit has 5 Smart Points.

 

Nutrition Facts
Everything Bagel Biscuits
Amount Per Serving (1 biscuit)
Calories 170 Calories from Fat 36
% Daily Value*
Fat 4g6%
Carbohydrates 23g8%
Protein 6g12%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Pairing Ideas for Your Everything Bagel Biscuits

If you’re a fan of everything bagels, you’ll love these low fat biscuits. They’re super fluffy and go perfectly with a blend of egg whites and cream cheese or other breakfast proteins. And they reheat well so you can make ahead of time and reheat for an easy breakfast meal prep recipe!



10 thoughts on “Low Fat Everything Bagel Biscuits”

  • 5 stars
    Love, love, love these biscuits! They’re so easy to make and would pair well with almost anything. We had ours with cauliflower chowder and the next morning I made bacon, egg, and cheese breakfast biscuits from the leftover biscuits (Leftover biscuits?? I know, crazy – right? I always make a double batch specifically to ensure leftovers)
    Another home run from Mason!

  • 4 stars
    So the first time I made this I substituted with almond flour because it’s what I had in the pantry and it was not successful- they both looked and tasted poor (so don’t do it!) The second time around I used regular flour as suggested and the only modification I made was full fat butter and they turned out flaky and delicious.

  • 5 stars
    Easily my favorite use for EBTB seasoning so far! Simple to make and held up well after freezing and thawing. I used full fat butter and had no issues

  • 5 stars
    Absolutely a favorite in our house!!! These are great leftover heated in microwave a bit and top with egg and cheese for breakfast on the go!

  • 5 stars
    Tried these today for breakfast but with ripple Greek yogurt alternative (was what we had…) and they were still delicious!! Even my fiancé loved them and is the pickiest breakfast eater. Will definitely try again with regular Greek yogurt!

  • 5 stars
    Really wasn’t sure these were going to turn out. I thought I was overworking the dough but alas they formed and they were DELICIOUS! I couldn’t stop myself from eating all 6 in 2 days… Next time I make these I’ll add a little less salt. Keeper recipe for sure.

  • 5 stars
    These are fantastic! I have tried making it 50/50 white flour and wheat flour and it works pretty well but still best with just all purpose flour

  • 5 stars
    These came out so good. I was a little hesitant at first because it’s a few more steps than the average Mason recipe, but so glad I made them. They are soft and delicate- yes dense enough to be satisfying. Know they won’t raise quite as much as you think but that’s how they are suppose to be! Definitely a favorite in our house!

  • 5 stars
    Had never made biscuits before (except out of a can). These were easy to make and delicious. Nice breakfast change from toast or english muffins.

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