Yeah, you could go pay $7 for a bagel at your local coffee/bagel shop… Orrr, you could learn to make delicious bagels at home. You seriously won’t ever go back to store-bought bagels again. Enjoy these 16 wholesome bagel recipes…
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1. Gluten-Free Paleo Bagels
Gluten free, grain free, nut free, no yeast, easy, healthy, paleo bagel recipe. Best easy to make paleo bagels that taste “real”! You won’t even know they don’t have grains- because they taste and look like the real thing!
2. Whole Wheat Everything Bagels
Savory and delicious these Whole Wheat Everything Bagels are a fun, flavorful and simple breakfast recipe that everyone will enjoy!
3. Healthy Wholemeal Cinnamon Raisin Bagels
Bagels. Everyone loves them right? In fact, I’m yet to meet someone who dares mouth the words that they dislike bagels. They’re best freshly baked, and in my opinion, stuffed with salmon and cream cheese (although my dairy-free stomach would disagree) or enjoyed sweet – like these cinnamon raisin bagels – and topped with almond butter or chia jam.
4. Apple Cinnamon Bagels
For any easy Win, go for some Gluten Free Cinnamon Apple Bagels (vegan and egg free)! It’s a win since it’s like Panera Bread except they’re gluten free, egg free, dairy free, soy free and nut free. AND it’s a win for me personally since I’m going to be huffing an puffing my way through 13.1 miles tomorrow morning. Mmm…bagels for carbohydrates.
5. Homemade Parmesan Bagels
The BEST and EASIEST homemade parmesan bagels. Make delicious bagels at home that rival any from your favorite bagel shop!
6. 5-Ingredient Low-Carb Bagels
Just 5 INGREDIENTS needed to make these gluten-free, low carb bagels with almond flour fathead dough. They are easy, chewy, and delicious! If you want keto bagels or gluten-free bagels that taste great, you’re going to love these.
7. Homemade Sourdough Bagels
There’s nothing like a fresh, hot bagel slathered in cream cheese. Remember when we made homemade cream cheese? Or rather, let the cream cheese make itself? Yeah, that was easy and so yummy! But I’ve never tasted a store-bought bagel as good as these homemade sourdough bagels.
8. Cinnamon Raisin Bagels
You’re going to love the taste of homemade cinnamon raisin bagels. So much better than store-bought!
9. Chocolate Chip Bagels
Chocolate chip bagels (egg free gluten free Vegan) are further proof that living without gluten or eggs can still be amazingly good. Enjoy these warm and fresh from the oven with the dairy free and soy chocolate chips still melted and gooey.
10. Homemade Asiago Cheese Bagel
I love bagels as much as the next guy (but really, who IS that even?), however, they gotta meet these three conditions:
They must be fresh.
They must be PERFECTLY toasted. Like, perfectly.
They must be blanketed by a spread or sandwich-like things.
11. Classic Everything Bagel
Here is a complete step-by-step instructional tutorial (and recipe!) for homemade bagels. I love the everything flavor!
12. Rainbow Bagel Recipe
Want to learn how to make rainbow bagels? Not only is a good breakfast important, but you can make it extra special by taking the time to whip up a batch of rainbow bagels! It is your choice whether cream cheese is actually necessary. For me, a plain bagel- especially if it is rainbow colored- is best!
13. French Toast Bagels
Why choose between French toast and bagels for breakfast when you can have both? These fluffy, soft bagels are easy to bake and taste just like classic French toast with maple, cinnamon, brown sugar and vanilla flavors. Don’t forget the cream cheese!
14. Cinnamon Crunch Bagels
This bagel dough is spiced with cinnamon and then topped with even more cinnamon and sugar that bakes up crunchy and fabulous!
15. NY Style Blueberry Bagels
Fresh from the oven – NY style Blueberry Bagels make a delicious breakfast. My family loves bagels. Especially good blueberry bagels. They’ll eat them plain, toasted, buttered, or with cream cheese
16. The Best Homemade Bagels
Homemade bagels are a real treat and surprisingly, not much hassle. My kitchen gets dusted with more flour and the sink fills with a taller stack of dirty dishes when I make bake chocolate chip cookies or banana muffins than when I use this bagel recipe.