Easy Two-Ingredient Bagels

Delicious gluten-free bagels made with only two-ingredients. Recipe and photo by Katie from Wheat by the Wayside


    Preheat oven to 400° and generously grease a donut pan.
    Mix together the baking mix and greek yogurt (if the greek yogurt is separated a little in the container, just scoop out and use the thick part of the yogurt)
    Spoon the batter around each well of the donut pan. Use wet fingers to smooth tops if necessary.

    Optional: sprinkle tops with Everything Bagel Seasoning or desired toppings.
    Bake 17-20 minutes or until dark golden brown.

    Notes: If you do not have a donut pan, line a baking sheet with parchment paper.  Do your best to roll 1/4th of the dough into a ball (slightly wet hands will help). Place on the parchment and flatten a little -- it should be the shape of a biscuit. Then use your finger to poke a hole in the center and spread it out a little. Sprinkle with seasoning and bake as directed above which will be closer to 20 min than the 17 min.

    These bagels are best when eaten fresh, the day they are made. They will keep for a couple of days at room temperature. Toast them to warm them up again.

Customer Reviews

Based on 18 reviews
so much better than store bought

Really yummy with a tender/bouncy texture. Thank you for such an easy alternative to the dry, saw-dusty GF bagels available at the store. Made it as written, only lower heat and less time as everything I've made with Pamela's baking mix seems to cook faster than the instructions state. It's probably my oven.

Great quick bagels or hamburger sandwich rolls

I didn’t have a donut tin. So I shaped them on a cookie sheet. Thought they would make better sandwich and hamburger rolls. I make a double batch and put them into burger /English muffin pan making six instead of eight so they are more sizable. Sometimes top with seeds. I can slice and freeze the extras. My favorite is breakfast sandwiches.

PS I used full fat plain yogurt because that is what I usually have.

Fantastic 😍

OMG! Made these yesterday and they came out great. My husband lived them as well. Will make again...

Bonnie Nelson
Best bagels!

These are amazing! Making them for the 2nd time this week. Even my non-gluten free family members love these bagels. I put the mixed batter into a ziploc bag, cut a hole in the corner, and pipe it into a donut pan. Makes it super easy! I would guess that piping it onto parchment paper into bagel shapes would work too if you don’t have a donut pan.

Margaret Hines
I would make again

I did not have donut mold, so shaped myself. I made 2 bagels and 2 hotdog rolls with everything bagel seasoning. I prefer these to over the counter hotdog buns.