Everything Bagel Sheet Pan Salmon

This Easy Baked Everything Bagel and Cream Cheese Sheet Pan Salmon is bursting with flavor in every bite! Just season, bake, and eat!

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Who else loves the Everything but the bagel seasoning that you find at both Trader Joe’s and Aldi?  It is a great way to enjoy the flavors of your favorite bagel, without all those carbs! It seems natural to use Everything but the bagel seasoning on Salmon since I so often eat smoked salmon with my bagels.

I love so many things about this recipe, but my favorite thing about it is probably the lack of dishes I have to do afterward.  When I am done eating dinner with my family, all I want to do is plop down on the couch and hang out with my kids.   However, sometimes I find myself cleaning up the kitchen for way too long after supper has already ended.    There are several other things I love about this recipe as well.

  • It is fast
  • I love salmon. ( I find the best salmon at Aldi.  It is always better than other grocery stores)
  • Everything but the bagel seasoning rocks!
  • It’s a healthy meal my kids will eat
  • Did I mention that there is hardly any cleanup?

Salmon is a favorite meal in our house, and is an excellent ingredient for anyone who is trying to feed their kids a balanced diet!  This recipe fits most low carb and keto diets, and you can omit the cream cheese if you want this dish to be whole 30.  This is a protein-packed meal that takes very little work and is impressive!

I love salmon cooked in a variety of different ways, but I do find that cooking it on a sheet pan is the easiest.   If you find that your salmon cooks before the potatoes are soft enough, I suggest either wrapping the salmon in foil or removing the salmon from the sheet pan and giving the vegetables a few more minutes.

For this Easy Everything but the Bagel Sheet Pan Salmon meal, you will need:

A sheet pan If you have a large family you might want to try this extra large sheet pan 

A piece of beautiful salmon

Everything but the bagel seasoning 

whipped cream cheese 

Little Potatoes

Fresh Green Beans

Or you can add your favorite vegetables instead of these.

We ate this for dinner last Friday, which was the first Friday of Lent.  If you’re looking for more Lenton recipes you might want to try:

Instant Pot Seafood Lasagna Soup

Shrimp Po Boy Rice Bowls

Potato Crusted Salmon

Minestrone Soup 

Ingredients

  • 1 2-3 pound piece of salmon
  • 3/4 cup whipped cream cheese
  • 5 tablespoons Everything but the bagel seasoning or more
  • 1 pound fresh french green beans
  • 1 pound baby potatoes washed and cut
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • sea salt

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

  2. Line your sheet pan with parchment paper.

  3. Place salmon in the center of the sheet pan.

  4. Dab the salmon with a paper towel. You want the top of the salmon to be dry enough for the cream cheese to spread.

  5. Spread the cream cheese evenly on the salmon.

  6. Sprinkle the salmon with Everything but the bagel seasoning.

  7. Arrange potatoes and green beans on your sheet pan.

  8. Drizzle potatoes and green beans with olive oil and sprinkle with salt

  9. Cook in the oven for 20 minutes. If you think the salmon is cooked before the vegetables, place foil over the salmon or remove the salmon from the oven.

  10. Remove from the oven and eat!

Your family will LOVE this salmon!  This dish is easy enough for a weeknight, but fancy enough to serve at a dinner party or a fancy brunch!

 

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