Shaped by hand and baked or boiled, bagels are a favorite mainstream munchie. From sesame seed to whole grain to blueberry flavors, these easy recipes for bagels require minimum effort and yield maximum flavor.See Popular Bagels Recipes
A three-step cooking process is the secret of how to make bagels that taste as good as the ones you find in your favorite deli. The perfect bagel is broiled then boiled, then, finally, baked to a chewy, glossy perfection. You'll be amazed at how professional these bagels taste and look when you take them out of the oven. It's tempting to slice into them right away, but wait until they are just warm to the touch so you don't flatten them with the knife.
Combine spice to sugar to sprinkle on cream-cheese-topped bagels for a super simple breakfast treat or snack.
Heart-healthy salmon is featured in this brunch egg casserole.
Try enjoying your egg salad another way with these warm bagels prepare cold, but toast in the oven. You can enjoy the leftover salad the same way or eat it plain.
Make a hearty bagel sandwich with dried tomatoes and sirloin steak for the perfect lunchtime entree.
Make bagels at home! Discover how to get that distinctive chewy texture by boiling before baking.
The secret to making classic, chewy bagels is to broil them and boil them before baking.
The scrumptious, creamy, egg-and-vegetable mixture is served over bagels to make this quick meatless dinner.
A sprinkle of garam masala, an aromatic mix of warm spices, gives these scrambled eggs a taste of India. Serve in bite-sized pieces at your next brunch.
Cream cheese and tomato make a savory topper for the whole grain bagel in this breakfast or lunch sandwich. Or enjoy it as a hearty snack.
Use the classic deli combo of lox and bagels for this sandwich. The salmon is replaced with a colorful mix of vegetables and avocado.
These fall flavors layer on an open-faced bagel to make a meatless sandwich for breakfast or lunch. Add deli turkey or ham if you want a more filling sandwich.