DIY Peanut Butter Bagel Bar


This recipe is scaled for K-12 school food service. For more information about peanuts in school food service, visit Recipe created by Chef Brenda Wattles, RDN.
  1. Prepare Peanut Butter Maple Spread: In a large mixer, whip together peanut butter and maple syrup.
  2. Prepare Bagels: Slice bagels in half. Place #40 scoop (1-2/3 Tbsp) peanut butter maple mixture on top of each bagel half and spread evenly. 
  3. Setup Bar: Place fruit and cereal bar toppings on bar with appropriate serving utensils. Note: If crediting bar toppings, it is imperative that you select the appropriate serving utensil to the amount that you are planning to credit. *Note: For dry fruit, ¼ cup fruit credits ½ cup fruit. Hold fruit at 41° F or lower.  Hold cereals between 50-70° F degrees.   
  4. Serve each student 2-peanut butter maple bagel halves. Welcome students to go through bar to decorate bagel halves. 
Nutrients Per One Serving (K-12) (Fruit and Cereal Toppings Not Included):
Calories 385 kcal Total Fat 17 g Total Dietary Fiber 4 g Vitamin C 0 mg
Saturated Fat 3 g Trans Fat 0 g Protein 13 g Iron 2 mg
Sodium 415 mg Cholesterol 0 mg Vitamin A 1 IU      
Sugars 6 g Carbohydrate 47 g Calcium 11 mg      
Components Per One Serving (K-12) (Fruit and Cereal Toppings Not Included):
Meat/Meat ALT Grain Vegetable(s) Fruit Milk
1 oz. eq.  2 oz. eq. 0 cups(s) 0 cup(s) 0 cup(s)

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