Beth 05/148/2021 05/29/2021
I have enjoyed using this recipe for years. I make either onion or cinnamon raisin bagels. My hint is that I make 10 rather than 7 bagels. Just the right size for me!
Joanne 05/135/2021 05/16/2021
These are the best bagels and also a snap to bake. They come out perfect every time!
Anita 02/46/2020 02/16/2020
Joli Taryla 02/31/2020 02/01/2020
This is a fabulous recipe. I refuse to buy cardboard GF bagels from the store ever again.
Melissa 02/54/2018 02/24/2018
I followed all the instructions to a tea, but the bagels come out gummy & doughy in the middle, I proofed the yeast to make sure it rose. What went wrong any ideas?
Jessica 12/363/2017 12/30/2017
I made these in 1/3 cup portions and shaped them with wet hands instead of oily because I've found it works better for me. They were fantastic! Baked 20 minutes & could have used a couple more to get a better crust but they taste amazing and are a great texture. Boiled with a bit of molasses in the water to mimic the flavor of malt in "real" bagels and topped with homemade everything blend. YUM!
pamela holmes (no relation!) 11/326/2016 11/22/2016
ps. i just hand mix it, no need to have a stand mixer. i let the yeast, water , oil mixture stand for a few minutes before putting in with the flour. i put a bit of oil on my hands to form the bagels with the hole from the beginning then let them rise before boiling. also i use parchment paper instead of additional oil.
pamela holmes (no relation!) 11/325/2016 11/21/2016
i have used this recipe alot but have not bothered to memorize it. i just noticed the recipe is no longer on the side of the package and panicked momentarily as it is my "go to" recipe but thankfully found it online. i bought some local bakery bagels for my non gluten free son so he wouldn't eat mine but he still preferred (and ate) mine. i also have an annual visitor that looks forward to these bagels. so many bagels sold are not really bagels ie not boiled. these are the real thing. i also boil for about 35 sec. i like the idea of cutting before freezing. i will try that.
Linda 07/189/2016 07/08/2016
I made these today. Excellent!!! Spray 1/2 cup measuring cup with cooking spray and the dough will release easily as you portion out the bagels. I used an apple corer to cut holes in my bagels after they had risen for an hour. Boiling the bagels isn't hard. A little cream cheese spread and a cup of coffee equals pure bliss.
Michele 06/165/2016 06/14/2016
I made this recipe and they came out really good. I made salt bagels, my absolute favorite. Something I've missed for the last two years being GF. The only difference I made was that I put them in mildly boiling water until they raised to the top. I think more than 25 seconds. Mine were more dense, more like real bagels. Some cream chees and I was in heaven. I will definitely make them again.
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