Kraft Bagelful’s Review

5 May

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This isn’t a new product at all, but I really wanted to review this product ever since it came out so now is the time to do it.  This is an interesting idea for people who are always in a hurry before work and can never seem to make the best choices of either eating fast food or nothing at all.  Bagelful’s could help those people out by giving them a healthier morning meal of bagels and cream cheese.

To “make” the Bagelfuls all you need to do is put it in your toaster for about 1 minute and then it pops up and you’re ready to go.  The cool thing is that because the cream cheese is stuffed inside of the bagel, you don’t have to worry about getting out a knife and leaving a mess to clean up after you get home.  The line has 8 flavors that all sound really great, but I decided to try the original cream cheese bagel flavor.

My favorite thing about this product was that it tasted surprisingly good in the sense that it was exactly a bagel and cream cheese.  The odd thing about this product is that you would think the cream cheese would be extremely hot after coming out of the toaster, but in fact it comes out really cold.  My first bite was a confusing one because I was expecting to just go straight through the bagel, but had to stop at a denser middle then I was expecting.  The cream cheese was actually still a little bit frozen almost but soft enough to be quite pleasing like normally cream cheese would be.  The nutritional information is at the bottom and isn’t too terrible if you consider what people would normally eat for breakfast.  So if you’re a fan of the morning bagel I would highly recommend you give this line a try.  Overall (4 out of 5).

The pros were that it tasted like a bagel and cream cheese, single serve, less mess to clean up, convenience.

The cons could be that it’s pricier than an actual bagel and cream cheese.

Nutritional Information for 1 Original Bagel:

  • Calories 200
  • Fat 5g
  • Sodium 200mg
  • Carbs 31g
  • Fiber 2g
  • Sugar 4g
  • Protein 6g
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