Montreal-Style Bagel with Figs, Brie, and Honey

Sometimes we need a delicious Bagel to brighten up the mood, especially if it’s a Montreal-style bagel. I do love how melt-in-your-mouth Montreal bagels are, especially when they are actually from a Montreal Bakery!

Figs + Brie = Absolute Deliciousness

Figs, with their natural sweetness and rich, earthy flavour, complement the sweet undertones of Montreal bagels beautifully. When paired with creamy brie cheese, jam, honey and flaked salt the combination of sweet and savoury is delicious!

What you will need:

  • Montreal Bagel – I like using an everything or onion bagel.
  • Ripe Figs – I have been finding nice figs from Costco recently! They are nicely red inside with a sweet flavour.
  • Red Pepper Jelly – You can use any jelly you like, but I do prefer a little spice!
  • Double Cream Brie
  • Honey
  • Flaked Salt
  • Arugula Microgreens

Let’s Make a Delicious Montreal-Style Bagel!

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Montreal Style Fig & Brie Bagel

Elevate your bagel game with this delicious Montreal-style bagel with figs and brie.
Prep Time10 minutes
Cook Time0 minutes
Course: Breakfast, Lunch
Diet: Vegetarian
Servings: 1 Serving
Author: Zainab Jabri


  • 1 Montreal Style Bagel
  • 3 slices Double Cream Brie
  • ½ tbsp Red Currant Preserve or Red Pepper Jelly
  • 1 Fresh Fig Sliced
  • Honey
  • Flaked Salt
  • Microgreens for Garnish


  • Slice the bagel in half and toast.
  • On a warmly toasted bagel, spread the jam on both slices. Top with brie, and sliced figs.
  • Drizzle honey over figs and sprinkle flaked salt.
  • Top with arugula microgreens.


Have some fun with this! Use different cheeses, topping and fruit!
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