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  1. RhodeyGirlTests


  2. Sabrina, your bagels look fantastic!!! i love making homemade bagels, and figured out a great way to ensure they stay together: wrap the dough snake around your hand, and then grab the two loose ends in your palm. Squeeze, and then roll the bagel off your hand which sort of twists it together. Works every time!

  3. Heather

    Awesome! I always say bread baking is so so easy and people are always impressed by it. :) It just takes a little time, really.

    One thing I do differently is I form the dough into little balls and poke the hole in them that way. This might help create the rounder doughier bagel Trig is looking for.

  4. I’ve been on a bagel kick lately so I’m so glad to see this recipe. I never thought about making them myself and I love to bake bread. Thanks!

  5. Way to go! You do make it sound so easy. Even though I want to SO make these I have been eating way to many carbs and this would be too much of a temptation.

  6. i did the same to make holes (poke holes through balls).
    of course ive only made bagels once. so im certainly not an expert.

  7. That sesame bagel looks SO good! And, your recipe sounds easy enough. Who would have thought that homemade bagels were pretty simple? I will have to try it out!

  8. Why are you doing this to me? I love bagels. However, I cannot be controlled around them. If I make these, I’m going to blame you for not fitting into my pants anymore! :)

  9. Those look SO darn good! nom nom nom!!

  10. stephanie

    amazing! I’ve always wondered how they make bagels :)

  11. The biggest disadvantage of bagels (even those from bakery) is that already the next day, they get really hard. Is the same happening with those ones?

    • RhodeyGirlTests

      I put them all in the freezer right away so I’m not sure. I take them out, microwave for a few seconds and then toast in the toaster oven and they are not hard at all.

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