Published: Sat, May 06, 2017
Health Care | By Gwendolyn Kim

Caffeinated bagels are here to perk up your mornings

Caffeinated bagels are here to perk up your mornings

You don't have to be an Einstein to realize one of these bagels will jump-start your day like no bagel or breakfast sandwich out there.

You can look here to find an Einstein Bros.

Apparently, the bagel is made with espresso, coffee-cherry flour and added protein derived from cocoa, creating the flawless breakfast for anything with a craving for bitter coffee with a touch of sweetness.

The company says the new bagel is an "excellent source of iron plus a good source of magnesium".

For sleep-deprived humans, drinking coffee has always been the preferred morning perk up method but now there's an onslaught of caffeinated items promising to add more pep to your step.

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'At first I thought it tasted like a regular plain bagel, but I noticed the hint of espresso that lingered in my mouth, ' said Senior Femail Reporter Erica Tempesta. The brand is also recognizing National Nurses Week by giving a free Espresso Buzz bagel and schmear to any nurse who stops by a store location on Thursday, May 11.

We will take a dozen.

The new bagel is part of the chain's "Boosted Bagel's" lineup and is available for a limited-time.

Stop what you're doing and listen up: a restaurant just came up with caffeinated bagels.

Containing 13 grams of protein, 3 grams of sugar and 2.5 grams of fat, the whole thing clocks in at 230 calories, making it healthier than grabbing a doughnut on-the-go.

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