If you need a reason to make fresh bagels, know that it usually takes on 4-5 ingredients that you probably have on hand if you bake. Here are 22 recipes to either make your own bagels or recipes that use bagels as an ingredient.
Fresh, warm, chewy bagels are amazing and will fill your home with a great aroma. If you are carb-conscious or live the Keto life, below are a few easy recipes that use Greek yogurt and will highly satisfy your taste buds. They actually are easy to make.
If you have leftover bagels and don’t want them to waste, you can make a sweet or savory breakfast casserole or a scrumptious fruit bread pudding.
Let your imagination go with the ways you can top bagel halves.
A little trivia:
- Bagels are the only bread boiled before they are baked
- Bagels have been to space
- They originated in Poland
- National bagel day is February 9
The Amazing Recipes
New York-Style Bagel Recipe by Sophisticated Gourmet
New York Bagel Recipe by Baking A Moment
Easy Bagel Recipe – This uses Yogurt –No Yeast by Skinny Taste
New York Style Sourdough Bagels by Baked – The Blog
Keto Bagel Recipe by Cowboys Life Blog
Easy Homemade Pretzel Bagels by Half Baked Harvest
Homemade Whole Wheat Bagels by The Conscientious Eater
Homemade Rainbow Bagel Recipe by Ashlee Marie
BEST Vegan Bagel Recipe by The Banana Diaries
The Best Asiago Bagel Recipe by Pastry Chef Online
Recipies with Bagels as an ingredient
Everything Bagel Breakfast Casserole by Well Plated
Quiche-Stuffed Bagels Are the New Ultimate TikTok Breakfast by Life Savvy
Baked Bagel French Toast with Maple Glaze by Averie Cooks
Baked Blueberry Bagel French Toast Casserole by Fork Knife Swoon
Croct Pot Lemon Blueberry Bagel Bread Pudding by Crock-Pot Ladies
Caramel Apple Bagel Bread Pudding by Recipe Girl
Lemon Blueberry Bagel Breakfast Casserole by Meatloaf and Melodrama
Homemade Bagel Chips by Al Dente Diva
Chicken Lasagna Bagel Bake by Picky Palate
Bagel dumplings by Kitchen Stories
Cheesy Bagel Nachos Recipe by Eats Amazing
Homemade Pizza Bagels by Mighty Mrs
Jill Davis, author for Life So Ever
Jill Davis grew up on army bases in the USA and Germany and has spent her adult life on the East Coast. She resides in Virginia where she gets to enjoy lots of hiking trails, kayaking, and other outdoor adventures. No recipe intimidates her and she is always up to try most foods. Her second language is sarcasm and she always looks for the good in life.