Walmart Sells Giant Bottles Of Everything Bagel Seasoning Online, So Stock Up

I don’t think I need to explain why everything bagels are so delicious (especially if you live in New York and can get authentic ones or you have a bomb recipe to make them yourself)—it’s self-explanatory. The deliciously crunchy crust yet soft and delicious inside and delightful saltiness is just divine. This is largely due to the topping, which is why you’ll probably be as excited as I am to learn that you can get a big bottle of everything bagel seasoning at Walmart online! Here are the deets…

  1. It contains 11.5 oz of seasoning. That’s right—nearly 2/3 of a pound! That’s a massive amount. Given that most seasoning bottles in the supermarket are just over 2 oz and you’ll see just how much product you get here.
  2. This everything bagel seasoning has all the stuff you love. According to the product description, Olde Thompson’s everything bagel seasoning blend contains sesame seeds, salt, dehydrated garlic, onion, black sesame seeds, and poppy seeds—basically, everything you’d expect from a product like this. Sign me up!
  3. It’s not just good for bagels. You probably know this by now, but you don’t just need to use everything bagel seasoning on bagels. It’s great on top of fried eggs, sprinkled on salads, and even on roasted chicken. The sky is the limit, and with 11.5oz of this stuff, you can do everything and more.
  4. Not everyone lives near a Trader Joe’s. Perhaps you’re familiar with Trader Joe’s Everything But The Bagel seasoning (or you’ve seen it mentioned online and sniffed longingly knowing that you don’t live anywhere near a TJ’s). If that’s the case, you don’t have to miss out on the fun now. This giant bottle of everything bagel seasoning can be bought on Walmart’s website and delivered right to your door. Sounds like a good deal to me. Buy your bottle of Olde Thompson everything bagel seasoning HERE.

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