Does Starbucks Have Bagels? (Types, Spreads + More)

Like most people, you probably think of Starbucks as the place where you go for coffee, but you can also find snacks and breakfast and lunch items. In fact, Starbucks has quite an extensive menu of breakfast foods to jumpstart your mornings.

Therefore, if you’re trying to decide on your breakfast menu at Starbucks, you may also be wondering if Starbucks has bagels on the menu. If you’d like to find out, keep reading!

Does Starbucks Have Bagels In [currentyear]?

Starbucks has four kinds of bagels – Plain, Cinnamon Raisin, Sprouted Grain and Everything (the Everything bagel is topped with onion, garlic, salt, poppy seeds and sesame seeds) as of [currentyear]. You can get butter or honey for your bagel or add cream cheese for a small extra amount. The bagels also go well with Starbucks’ Avocado Spread.

If you have more questions about Starbucks bagels, such as their calorie content, how much they cost and what spreads you can get, read on for all the details below!

What Types of Bagels Does Starbucks Have?

Starbucks has four kinds of bagels – Plain, Cinnamon Raisin, Sprouted Grain and the Everything bagel, which is topped with onions, garlic, salt, poppy seeds and sesame seeds.

The Sprouted Grain bagel is topped with whole grain oats, brown and golden flax, sunflower seeds and wheat.

Bagels can be served toasted or warmed, with butter or cream cheese. You can also amp up the taste and health factor by adding some Avocado Spread. Additionally, all Starbucks bagels are certified vegan.

How Many Calories Do Starbucks Bagels Have?

The different types of bagels at Starbucks have varying amounts of calories. The calories per serving size are listed down below:

Plain Bagel

Serving Size: 108 g

Nutrition Information:

  • Calories 280
  • Calories from Fat 15
  • Total Fat 1.5 g
  • Saturated Fat 0 g
  • Trans Fat 0 g
  • Cholesterol 0 mg
  • Sodium 620 mg
  • Total Carbohydrates 56 g
  • Dietary Fiber 2 g
  • Sugars 2 g
  • Protein 9 g

Cinnamon Raisin Bagel

Serving Size: 99 g

Nutrition Information:

  • Calories 270
  • Calories from Fat 14
  • Total Fat 1 g
  • Saturated Fat 0 g
  • Trans Fat 0 g
  • Cholesterol 0 mg
  • Sodium 370 mg
  • Total Carbohydrates 58 g
  • Dietary Fiber 3 g
  • Sugars 11 g
  • Protein 9 g

Everything Bagel Starbucks

Everything Bagel

Serving Size: 102 g

Nutrition Information:

  • Calories 290
  • Calories from Fat 20
  • Total Fat 3 g
  • Saturated Fat 1 g
  • Trans Fat 0 g
  • Cholesterol 0 mg
  • Sodium 530 mg
  • Total Carbohydrates 57 g
  • Dietary Fiber 3 g
  • Sugars 5 g
  • Protein 10 g

Sprouted Grain bagel

Serving Size: 113 g

Nutrition Information:

  • Calories 330
  • Calories from Fat 6
  • Total Fat 6 g
  • Saturated Fat 0.5 g
  • Trans Fat 0 g
  • Cholesterol 0 mg
  • Sodium 490 mg
  • Total Carbohydrates 57 g
  • Dietary Fiber 7 g
  • Sugars 4 g
  • Protein 12 g

Keep in mind that if you add butter, honey, cream cheese or Avocado Spread to your bagel, the number of calories will increase, and other nutritional values will also change.

Did Starbucks Stop Selling Bagels?

You may have heard that Starbucks has stopped selling bagels, but this is only temporary for certain stores.

Starbucks bagels are so popular with customers that every time there’s any kind of glitch in the supply, there’s a large amount of online response, with customers concerned that the bagels they enjoy won’t be coming back.

However, Starbucks does try to resolve the problems caused by the absence of bagels, or even just a single variety of bagel, as quickly as possible.

Back in 2015, Starbucks temporarily stopped serving bagels because of quality issues.  However, once the quality issues were resolved, Starbucks resumed serving bagels.

In 2021, due to nationwide supply chain problems, the Starbucks Sprouted Grain Bagel is temporarily unavailable.

However, Starbucks is working to resolve this problem and customers will be notified as soon as Sprouted Grain Bagels are available again.

Does Starbucks Have The Everything Bagel?

Starbucks has the Everything Bagel, a New York-style bagel that’s topped with onions, garlic, salt, poppy seeds, and sesame seeds.

However, customers should note that the Everything Bagel is the highest-demand bagel at Starbucks, meaning it may not be available toward the end of the week as supplies begin to dwindle.

What Bagel Spreads Does Starbucks Have?

You can get four different spreads with your bagel at Starbucks – butter, honey, cream cheese, and avocado spread.

You don’t have to pay extra for butter or honey, but there is a small extra charge for the cream cheese. As well, you would have to pay the regular price for the Avocado Spread.

How Much Is A Bagel With Cream Cheese At Starbucks?

Prices at Starbucks vary across the country and sometimes also from one store to another in the same area.

However, just to give you an idea of the price range, here’s how much you can expect to pay for a bagel at Starbucks:

  • Plain, Cinnamon Raisin or Sprouted Grain bagel: $ 2.37
  • Everything bagel $ 2.23

There’s no extra charge for butter or honey, but you can expect to pay around $1 for cream cheese to go with your bagel.

Is The Starbucks Sprouted Grain Bagel Discontinued?

The Sprouted Grain Bagel has been unavailable at Starbucks stores due to nationwide delivery delays as of [currentyear]. However, you can check the Starbucks app to find out when they will be available again.

To know more about Starbucks, you can also see our related posts on Starbucks black coffee, if Starbucks has boba, and what are Starbucks Frappuccino Chips.


Starbucks has four kinds of bagels, which you can top with butter, honey, cream cheese or Avocado Spread.

However, if you’re unable to get your favorite kind of bagel at your local Starbucks, this is most often just a temporary problem that will be resolved quickly.

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Marques Thomas

Marques Thomas graduated with a MBA in 2011. Since then, Marques has worked in the retail and consumer service industry as a manager, advisor, and marketer. Marques is also the head writer and founder of

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