Homemade Whole Wheat Bagels!

Why make your own if you can buy them?

Real Homemade Bagels
Cut into 10 equal pieces. How in the world did you manage to keep yours still dough colored?! All the credit goes to you, thank you for the recipe! You could also put some parmesean into the dough. Your yeast may not have worked because mine always start puffing up right away after I shape them. Get more delivered to your email inbox. These sound soo yummy!

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Honey Whole-Wheat Bagels and this baker’s early beginnings

What was I baking? Surprisingly, I am pretty new to bagel baking. I made it twice. Once I had a feel for it, I decided to try to mix it up and make my own version using some whole wheat flour and honey.

Everyone else in my family has been pretty happy with them, too. Yes, that includes both the toddler and the yellow lab. The are sisters, and they love to share. I also chose to use white whole wheat flour because it has a more delicate flavor that I think pairs beautifully with honey.

Each variety turned out well, and they were all gobbled up quickly. Of course, my favorite way to eat a bagel is with cream cheese and jam. Not one or the other… Both. Seriously… Give it a try sometime. Want to give the recipe a try? In the bowl of your stand mixer, whisk together the bread flour, salt, and yeast.

Cover and let rest for 10 minutes; flatten bagels slightly. In a large saucepan or Dutch oven, bring 8 cups water and remaining honey to a boil. Drop bagels, one at a time, into boiling water.

Cook bagels for 45 seconds; turn and cook 45 seconds longer. Remove bagels with a slotted spoon; drain and sprinkle with onion, sesame and poppy seeds. Place bagels 2 in. Turn and bake until golden brown, about 5 minutes longer. Nutrition Facts 1 bagel: Reviews Log in to rate. My Review Click stars to rate. Your rating has been submitted. Please allow 24 hours for your review to appear. Our Best Banana Bread Recipes. We Crack the Code. Macadamia Nut Mini Loaves.

Bagels are not hard to make at all! If I can do it, you can do it. Feel free to be creative with this recipe too! Try adding in some grated garlic and onion. Or instead of sprinkling them with sesame seeds, poppy seeds and salt like I did , top them off with a mixture of cinnamon and sugar for a sweet bagel.

Get creative and then tell me how they turn out! Mix on low until most of the loose flour has formed into a dough and it looks somewhat shredded. Mix on medium for minutes until you get a smooth, stiff, elastic dough. Remove the dough from the mixer, form it into a ball and place it in a bowl coated with oil. Cover it with a damp towel and set it in a warm place to rise for about 20 minutes.

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