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Jun 5, 2009 11:17 AM

Bagel O's

Hello Everyone,

I read an article in the National Post today about Bagel O's. They are these round bagels with cream cheese in the middle... has anyone found them in the city? I found their website, but their store locator is broken it seems. They sound good for school lunches. My son loves bagelfuls (he gets them at his friend's house... not MINE!!!) and I would like to give him a healthier option. AND, the bakery is local. Which makes me happy.

Thanks everyone!

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  1. I've seem them everywhere- definitely at No Frills and Loblaw.
    Frankly, I don't understand them.

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    1. re: toveggiegirl

      Oops. I just checked No Frills today for you and I only saw Bagelfuls (or whatever their called) so I think I was confusing the two. However, like others have mentioned, I did see them in various Shoppers that have food sections.

    2. The review looks like the Post is out gleaning ads.

      1. Prepackaged foods like this usually make me a bit wary, but these were actually quite tasty. Great for breakfast or lunch on the run. I got mine at Shoppers Drug Mart.

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        1. re: MsKnowItAll

          I've seen them at Shoppers too (didn't buy them though, thought they looked kinda gross).

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          1. Just saw them at "NORTOWN" this morning........(Bathurst & Eglinton West on the north side of the street).

            1. re: pearlD

              Thank you so much! I found them at Shoppers near me and bought the plain... my little guy enjoyed them 'straight up' and I had them with a little spicy red pepper jelly on the side with a beer.

              Actually, the beer / Bagel O combo really worked well! We had a fun conversation trying to figure out how they get the filling inside the Bagel O. Same as the cadbury secret? Hmmm...

              Will definitely try the salmon next. I was a bit suspect of it - but now that I know it's real, maybe worth a try.


              1. re: shiro miso

                they are good - I was surprised. Got mine at Shoppers as well. The blueberry are good but I preferred the plain. These would be great to put out at a brunch...