Miraculous Homemade Bagel Recipe

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This easy bagel recipe calls for equal parts flour and Greek yogurt, making the bagels high in protein and low in calories.

My dear friend Kim Cohen shared this miraculously easy and waistline-friendly bagel recipe with me. Apparently, it’s a popular Weight Watchers recipe, but Kim found it on Skinnytaste, and there are versions all over the internet. It seems everyone knew about this amazing bagel recipe but me! Made from equal parts Greek yogurt and all-purpose flour, the bagels are not only high in protein (10g!) but also low in calories (169!). They don’t taste quite like New York bagels, which are made with yeast and require boiling before baking, but they are delicious in their own right. The Greek yogurt gives them a sourdough-like flavor, and they have a lovely texture, which you can see in the photo below. They are especially good sliced in half and toasted.

What You’ll Need To Make Miraculous Homemade Bagels

bagel ingredients

Step-by-Step Instructions

In a large bowl, whisk together the flour, baking powder, and salt.
whisked dry ingredients in bowl

Add the Greek yogurt.

adding Greek yogurt to dry ingredients

Using a fork, mix the ingredients just until they form a shaggy, crumbly dough.

mixing bagel dough with fork

Using your hands, knead the dough until it forms a slightly tacky mass and no crumbs remain (do not overwork the dough; this process shouldn’t take more than a minute or so).
kneaded bagel dough

Place the dough on a lightly floured work surface and form it into a flat disc.

bagel dough on floured work surface

Divide the dough into 6 equal pieces (if you want to weigh them, they should be about 92 grams each). dough cut into 6 equal pieces

Roll each piece of dough into a ball (the dough will have a slightly uneven and craggy appearance, similar to biscuit dough — that’s okay).

bagel dough ball

Use your finger to poke a hole in the center.

poking hole in dough ball

Lightly flour your hands, and gently pull and stretch the dough into a bagel shape until the center hole is about 1-1/2 inches in diameter and the bagel is just shy of an inch tall.

shaped bagel

Repeat with the remaining pieces of dough, sprinkling with more flour as necessary.
shaped bagels on work surface

Make the egg wash by beating the egg with 2 teaspoons of water.

egg wash

Arrange the bagels on a parchment lined baking sheet, and brush them with the egg wash.

brushing egg wash on bagels

Sprinkle with the toppings, if using.
sprinkling toppings on bagels

Bake for about 25 minutes, until golden. Let the bagels cool on the baking sheet for at least 15 minutes before slicing.

baked bagels fresh out of the oven

The bagels will keep in an airtight container in the refrigerator for two days; freeze for longer storage. For best results, slice and toast the bagels before serving.

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Miraculous Homemade Bagel Recipe

This easy bagel recipe calls for equal parts flour and Greek yogurt, making the bagels high in protein and low in calories.

Servings: 6 bagels
Prep Time: 20 Minutes
Cook Time: 25 Minutes
Total Time: 45 Minutes

Ingredients

  • 1-1/2 cups all-purpose flour (preferably King Arthur), spooned into measuring cup and leveled off with a knife
  • 1 tablespoon baking powder
  • 3/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1-1/2 cups low-fat Greek yogurt (preferably Fage brand)
  • 1 egg
  • Toppings, like poppy seeds, sesame seeds, everything bagel seasoning, etc. (optional)

Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven to 375°F and set an oven rack in the upper-middle position. Line a 13x18-inch baking sheet with parchment paper.
  2. In a large bowl, whisk together the flour, baking powder, and salt. Add the yogurt and, using a fork, mix the ingredients just until they form a shaggy, crumbly dough. Using your hands, knead the dough until it forms a slightly tacky mass and no crumbs remain (do not overwork the dough; this process shouldn't take more than a minute or so).
  3. Place the dough on a lightly floured work surface and form it into a flat disc. Divide the dough into 6 equal pieces (if you want to weigh them, they should be about 92 grams each). Roll each piece of dough into a ball (the dough will have a slightly uneven and craggy appearance, similar to biscuit dough -- that's okay). Use your finger to poke a hole in the center. Lightly flour your hands, and gently pull and stretch the dough into a bagel shape until the center hole is about 1-1/2 inches in diameter and the bagel is just shy of an inch tall. Repeat with the remaining pieces of dough, sprinkling with more flour as necessary.
  4. Arrange the bagels on the prepared baking sheet. In a small bowl, beat the egg with 2 teaspoons of water. Brush the bagels with the egg wash and sprinkle with the toppings, if using.
  5. Bake for about 25 minutes, until golden. Let the bagels cool on the baking sheet for at least 15 minutes before slicing. Before serving, slice the bagels in half and toast.
  6. Make-Ahead/Freezer-Friendly Instructions: The bagels will keep in an airtight container in the refrigerator for two days; freeze for longer storage. For best results, slice and toast the bagels before serving.

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Nutrition Information

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  • Serving size: 1 bagel
  • Calories: 169
  • Fat: 2g
  • Saturated fat: 1g
  • Carbohydrates: 27g
  • Sugar: 3g
  • Fiber: 1g
  • Protein: 10g
  • Sodium: 245g
  • Cholesterol: 4g

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Reviews & Comments

  • Hi! I have loved a lot of your gluten free recipes …. what ingredients do you think I should use to convert this ‘Miraculous Homemade Bagel’ recipe into a GF bagel?

    • — Linda McLean on September 10, 2021
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    • Hi Linda, I think you could get away with gluten-free flour here. I like King Arthur Gluten-Free All Purpose Flour.

      • — Jenn on September 11, 2021
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  • This is a simple and quick recipe. Bagels taste amazing. Soft and light inside when it is hot out of the oven, it has a nice crunch on the outside. Will try it again for sure.

    • — Irene M. on May 8, 2021
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  • I haven’t yet made these bagels, but, before I do, I would like to know what the baking temperature needs to be. I didn’t see that in the recipe. This sounds like a great recipe to make with my grandson, who loves to bake with Bubby (-: !
    PS: I had a cottage bread business before retiring, baked bagels, bialys, babka, sourdough, challah (still bake the latter).

    • — Joy Danzig on May 6, 2021
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    • Hi Joy, sounds like you have plenty of experience baking yummies in the kitchen! The bagels should be baked at 375°F/190°C. Hope you and your grandson enjoy!

      • — Jenn on May 6, 2021
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  • Hi Jen, if your recipe states just the single word, “salt” as the ingredient, should we assume it is table salt?

    • — Diane on May 6, 2021
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    • Hi Diane, Yes, when a recipe of mine says salt in the ingredient list, I’m referring to regular/table salt. If it calls for something else like kosher salt, I will specify that in the recipe. Hope that clarifies!

      • — Jenn on May 6, 2021
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  • I have made these bagels several times since discovering your recipe, and my family and I love these bagels. I always use the FAGE 2% Greek yogurt as shown as it works the best in this recipe, and I change out the seasonings on top depending on what sounds good that day. When they are done, the kids and I like to add a little whipped cream cheese and some fruit on the side. This is an easy and healthy breakfast recipe for a busy family. Thank you!

    • — Angela P on April 30, 2021
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  • Mine unfortunately turned out really doughy as if they were undercooked. Just trying to trouble shoot what might have happened. I baked for a little over 25 minutes until they were golden, but my dough was still pretty tacky when I formed them. Would not kneading the dough enough result in that uncooked texture? If not, how can you tell the center is fully cooked if they are nicely golden brown on the outside? Thank you in advance before I reattempt

    • — Ashley on April 17, 2021
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    • Hi Ashley, I’m sorry the bagels came out doughy for you! The lack of kneading would not have contributed to them being underbaked. I think you may want to add another tablespoon or two of flour as it sounds like the dough may have been a bit too wet. To determine if they’re cooked through, you can pull a bagel out and cut into it. Another option is an instant-read thermometer. You’re aiming for an internal temperature of 190°F. Hope that helps!

      • — Jenn on April 19, 2021
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  • Just made these!!
    Deeeeeeeeeelicious!!!
    I made everything but added Parmesan, Asiago, and onion. I also made a cinnamon raisin bagel but was not sweet enough for me even though I added 1.5 tbsp of sugar. However, my family liked it just fine.
    Soooooo good! My son almost grabbed his third bagel, I had to kick him out of the kitchen!
    Definitely worth trying. So fast and so good.
    The texture is like a regular bagel but softer inside in my opinion.
    Soooooooo good

    • — Antionette on March 30, 2021
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  • Initially I was very excited by the simplicity of the recipe. That didn’t last long. Unfortunately, the bagels were dry and papery (everything I dislike in bread). Toasting may indeed save the parade to a degree, but I would only make these again if I exhusted all other possibilitie of getting/making tasty bread. Moving on to your challa recipe.

    • — Malcriada on March 24, 2021
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    • Mine were soft and delicious, not at all dry or papery.

      Maybe too much flour?

      • — Antionette on March 30, 2021
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  • Jenn
    I love all your recipes and these bagels were no exception. They were fabulous. They came together quickly and easily and were moist and light. I followed the directions exactly but added a bit more yogurt because the dough seemed slightly dry. Between my husband and me, they didn’t last long.
    My question is can I double the recipe next time I make them?
    Nancy

    • — Nancy on March 23, 2021
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    • Glad you liked them! Sure, it would be fine to double them. 🙂

      • — Jenn on March 23, 2021
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  • These are a very simple, tasty quick bread. They tasted to me like a cross between a bisquit and sourdough bread. I’ve been using them for sandwiches.

    • — Mary B on March 15, 2021
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  • My family loved these but they are not a traditional bagel. I only had one container of Fage yogurt so I used that and Cabot sour cream. While delicious they had almost a biscuit like texture- soft and light, not at all chewy. So quick and easy with no rising, no boiling, another family friendly recipe from Jenn!

    • — Eileen on March 13, 2021
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  • I have to admit that I was skeptical. But…..these are so good and are so light! And so easy to make! I especially like the idea that the recipe makes only 6. Just right for me…I cook for one.

    • — Kathy Douthit on March 8, 2021
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  • Great, easy and fun to make – family was impressed!

    • — m3r1 on March 7, 2021
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  • This bagel recipe is incredibly delicious. Baked 2 of each flavor- sesame, poppy and everything- just this morning! Easy to prepare resulting in bagels that have a crispy bottom, soft and light textured dough with mouthwatering toppings. These bagels are sure to impress and are diet friendly.

    • — Maggie on March 5, 2021
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  • Just love the simplicity of the bagel recipe and the Greek yogurt gave it a nice fluffy, soft texture. Made tuna bagel sandwiches! 😉

    • — Christine on March 3, 2021
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  • These are just amazing! The crust is golden and crispy and the inside is chewy – just what a bagel is supposed to be. The ratio of crust to bread is almost 1 to 1 so no extra bread to scoop out. The first time I tried the recipe, I used part 2% Fage and part 1% of my homemade yogurt. The dough was so sticky that it was very difficult to manage, although the baked bagels were delicious. Yesterday I made the batch with only 2% Fage and the dough was perfect, as were the baked bagels. My toppings were 2 sesame, 3 Trader Joe’s Everything mix and 1 Maldon Flake finishing salt which didn’t melt into the crust and was pretty dazzling to look at. These are definitely in my weekly baking rotation.

    • — Judy on March 2, 2021
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  • Question on the Greek yogurt. One yogurt cup is 7 oz. So is it 1.5 Greek yogurt cups (10.5 oz), or truly measuring out 1.5 cups so 12 oz?
    Hope that makes sense, I can’t wait to make these!

    • — Laura on March 1, 2021
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    • Hi Laura, if I’m understanding your question correctly, you don’t want to rely on the cups that the yogurt comes in. I’m referring to using 1-1/2 measuring cups full of yogurt. If you have a kitchen scale it’s the equivalent of 360 g. Hope that helps and that you enjoy the bagels!

      • — Jenn on March 1, 2021
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  • Hi Jenn,
    I made this yesterday for the first batch I make it like a bun no whole on it for my husband sandwiches to take to work ,when it came out in the oven I had a bite and I said to my husband wow this is good. I made the second batch right a way with dried blueberries as per your suggestion this time is bagel for myself this is so good there is no doubt when it comes to your recipe. I am looking forward for your new book to be release this fall, sometimes I feel guilty I forgot to go the review and put 5stars I cooked 98% food at home from your recipe. I am a Filipino living in Canada and I never been a good cook thanks I found your site many years and I had your first book. I couldn’t say thank you enough to you for sharing your recipe and emails. My husband told me he eat good food now.
    Thanks again
    Rose

    • — Rose on February 28, 2021
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    • ❤️

      • — Jenn on February 28, 2021
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    • I feel the same way. My cooking through Jennifer’s recipes has become foolproof. Thank you Jenn.🎉👯‍♀️💫

      • — Lorena on March 7, 2021
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  • Just tried this recipe and the bagels turned out great! I made them plain but next time I will try some toppings. I was so happy with results and how easy it was to make them!

    • — Mona on February 28, 2021
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  • I had never made a bagel of any kind until I made these. My husband says they are excellent and I think so too because of Jenn’s delicious, yet easy recipe! Before baking I sprinkled dried onions and also sesame sesame seeds on them and, added bonus, they smelled so good while they were baking.

    • — Sarah on February 27, 2021
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  • I’d love to try this recipe with my 3 grandsons. I’m curious as to whether the recipe can be doubled as is, or whether there are adjustments. (Six bagels would disappear in a flash!)
    Thank you, Lynn

    • — Lynn on February 27, 2021
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    • Hi Lynn, It’s fine to double – no changes needed. I would set one rack in the middle and the other in the upper middle position, and allow a few extra minutes to bake.

      • — Jenn on February 27, 2021
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  • THESE ARE AMAZING! Do yourself a favor, and make them immediately.
    You’ll be challenged to wait the 15 minutes for the bagels to cool before devouring them.
    I’m a devout NY bagel connoisseur, and while these are in a different category, they should win all of the awards!

    I followed the recipe exactly, but used 2% greek yogurt, and they turned out perfectly.
    I added Everything But the Bagel seasoning to half of them, and left the other half plain.

    Now if you’ll excuse me, I have a date with a bagel (or 2 or 3 or …)

    • — Meghan on February 27, 2021
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  • I really like these bagels! I used Trader Joes “Everything But The Bagel Sesame Seasoning Blend” as a topping!

    • — Char Berkham on February 26, 2021
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    • These were delicious and so much faster to throw together than regular made-from-scratch bagels. If you’re in a bagel mood but pressed for time, these will do the trick! Plus, my kids devoured them! I might have to make a double batch next time!

      • — Stephanie on February 27, 2021
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  • Hi Jenn,
    My DH prefers high fat – 5% – yogurt – can I sub in this yogurt or would the fat content be to high
    ? Love, love, love your recipes! Cheers!

    • — Elizabeth Margaret McMenemy on February 26, 2021
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    • Hi Elizabeth, I think 5% will work just fine. Please LMK how they turn out. 🙂

      • — Jenn on February 26, 2021
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      • I came on to look at the comments after having used full-fat yogurt. I wanted to see if anyone else had to add another 1/3-1/2 cup of flour because the mixture was too loose to pick up off the counter, let alone roll into a ball. I wasn’t sure if it was because I used full-fat yogurt or didn’t use the Fage brand. I am thinking low-fat yogurt contains more water and probably hydrates the flour more readily. Will give it a try with the correct type and brand!

        • — Linda Wright on March 17, 2021
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        • Hi Linda, I’ve made these with both full-fat and low-fat Greek yogurt with very similar results. I think the issue was likely the brand of yogurt.

          • — Jenn on March 17, 2021
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  • Hi Jenn, I’ve made bagels in the past and have always had to boil them. I see your recipe doesn’t call for boiling, can they be boiled?

    • — Lana on February 25, 2021
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    • Hi Lana, I’m not sure how boiling would impact the recipe; if you want to boil them, I’d go with a recipe that specifically calls for that.

      • — Jenn on February 26, 2021
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  • Has anyone tried these with alternative flours like chickpea, almond, etc? I can’t eat gluten and generally use King Arthur or Cup for Cup (Thomas Keller’s) gluten-free flours on the rare occasion I make a cake with good result, but thought in a bagel, a more pungent taste, like chickpea four might work. Many thanks!

    • — Jennifer Kroon on February 25, 2021
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    • Hi Jennifer, I haven’t tried these with any alternative flours, but my friend Kim told me they don’t really work with gluten-free flour. Hopefully others will weigh in on other alternatives.

      • — Jenn on February 25, 2021
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    • I have made these bagels numerous times using Cup4Cup GF flour, and they come out just as delicious.

      • — Christine on February 25, 2021
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  • I have made these twice when they were posted on Skinnytaste. I didn’t like them. I am sticking with real bagels from now on which are better. Also, the brand of yogurt makes a difference. Fage gave my bagels an off taste. I think I used Chobani or store brand the second time and it tasted slightly better. I threw out most of the bagels each time.

    • — Danielle on February 25, 2021
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    • Like you, I made them off Skinnytaste and didn’t like them. I just made them from OUC and they were excellent. My four year old and 6 year old loved them too!

      • — Julie Boogren on March 13, 2021
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      • Please explain what you refer to when you say you “made them from OUC.”
        Is that a particular Gluten Free Flour blend? I am looking for successful GF version of this Skinnytaste bagel recipe. Thanks.

        • — iris on May 7, 2021
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        • Hi Iris, I think she’s referring to OUAC (Once Upon a Chef), so this recipe. 🙂
          And I haven’t tried these with any alternative flours, but a friend of mine told me they didn’t work very well really work with gluten-free flour. Hopefully, others will weigh in on other alternatives.

          • — Jenn on May 7, 2021
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  • These have been my go-to on the weekends! I make with non-fat greek yogurt and they come out great. Agree that sliced and toasted is best, but fresh out of the oven…that’s great too. I don’t miss bagels as much…..

    • — Lynda on February 25, 2021
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  • If I wanted to make a cinnamon raisin version, what amounts of cinnamon, raisins, and possibly sugar do you think I should add? Thanks!

    • — Wendy on February 25, 2021
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    • Hi Wendy, I’d guesstimate that you could add up to 1/2 cup of raisins (but eyeball it), 1 to 2 Tablespoons of sugar, and 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon. You could add these when you’re combining everything with a fork or right before you knead the dough. Please LMK how they turn out!

      • — Jenn on February 25, 2021
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  • This is a very popular WW hack. I laughed out loud seeing the recipe in your weekly email. Trader Joe’s everything bagel seasoning is so good on these.

    • — April on February 25, 2021
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  • Hi Jen,
    I follow a low carb diet so I substituted carbulose flour in the same amount as the regular flour and they turned out perfectly! Toasted with cream cheese amazing! BTW, many thanks for the many delicious low carb friendly recipes on your site.

    • — Pamella on February 25, 2021
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  • Has anyone tried this with whole wheat flour?

    • — Jodi on February 25, 2021
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  • Could I use whole wheat flour instead of all purpose?

    • — April on February 25, 2021
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    • Hi April, I think these would be too dense with whole wheat flour. You could try experimenting with white whole wheat. (Please keep in mind that I haven’t tried them this way.) Please report back if you try it!

      • — Jenn on February 25, 2021
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      • I have made these many many times with King Arthur White Whole Wheat Flour and they turn out delicious!

        • — Vikki on February 26, 2021
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  • Curious if these have a cake-like consistency, since they are made w/o yeast?

    • — Diane Fujimoto on February 25, 2021
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    • Hi Diane, Surprisingly they don’t – they have a very bread-like consistency. Not quite as chewy as a traditional bagel but close.

      • — Jenn on February 25, 2021
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  • Hi Jen,
    Can these bagels be made with whole wheat flour?

    Thanks,
    Suzanna

    • — Suzanna on February 25, 2021
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    • Hi Suzanna, I suspect these would be too dense with whole wheat flour. If you want to give it a try, I’d recommend using white whole wheat. If you try it, please LMK how they turn out!

      • — Jenn on February 25, 2021
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      • Hi Jenn,
        I did try half whole wheat and half all purpose flour – it worked just fine. Delicious, in fact. If I feel brave next time I will try all whole wheat.

        Thanks
        Suzanna

        • — Suzanna on February 26, 2021
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    • This recipe is very similar to Irish soda bread. So, I see no reason why it wouldn’t work with whole wheat flour.

      • — Shauneen on February 26, 2021
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  • Hi Jenn,

    I curious to compare your recipe to Skinnytaste’s. I have made these in the past using her recipe and was pretty disappointed. However, if you tested them and perfected them, I’ll give them another go!

    Thank you!

    • — Julie on February 25, 2021
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    • Would love to try but cannot do dairy. Do you think this recipe would work with a nondairy yogurt? Thx!

      • — Suzanns on February 25, 2021
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      • Hi Susanns, I’ve seen online that it’s been done successfully, but not sure how they’ll taste. If you try it, I’d love to hear what you think!

        • — Jenn on February 25, 2021
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        • Hi Jen, Could these be made with sour cream?

          • — Pat on March 4, 2021
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          • Sure, that should work. Please LMK how they turn out!

            • — Jenn on March 5, 2021
        • I saw this recipe and was intrigued. Yogurt and flour? Yet the images looked so good……well I made them this morning and although my dough was a bit dry and I wasn’t able to incorporate every bit of the flour into the dough, they were delicious! I topped them with white and black sesame seeds and others with poppy seeds. It was hard to wait 15 mins for them to cool before toasting and topping with cream cheese! Easy and delicious! Thanks Jen for another keeper!

          • — Kathy on March 14, 2021
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    • Loved them!

      • — Julie Boogren on March 13, 2021
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  • Hi Jenn,
    I would love to make this do you think I can add fresh blueberries with it or any suggestions.
    Thanks
    Rose G.

    • — Rose on February 25, 2021
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    • Hi Rose, Fresh blueberries won’t work here, but I think you could add up to 1/2 cup of dried blueberries. Please LMK how they turn out if you try it!

      • — Jenn on February 25, 2021
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  • H jenn.
    Love your recipes and all the research you do to make them perfect.
    May I use full fat Balkan style yogurt for this?

    • — Dagmar Vanderkuip on February 25, 2021
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    • So glad you like the recipes, Dagmar! I’ve never used Balkan-style yogurt so I can’t say for sure but based on what I read, I think it should work. Please LMK how the bagels turn out if you try it!

      • — Jenn on February 25, 2021
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  • Hi Jen, as someone who is very careful about the amount of sodium in food my math gives me 287 mg per bagel. I will try these out but reduce the salt.

    • — Rick on February 25, 2021
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  • Yes I have made this recipe , love it , only difference in my recipe it calls for 2 cups flour! May try it with 11/2 cups

    • — Yvonne Gallant on February 25, 2021
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  • I’m excited to try this recipe! Question- I have non-fat Fage in my fridge- would that work or does the recipe need some fat? Thanks in advance!

    • — Casey on February 25, 2021
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    • Hi Casey, I haven’t tried it with non-fat but most recipes call for it, so I’m sure it works.

      • — Jenn on February 25, 2021
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      • Love these! The recipe I use is similar..have done with Trader Joe’s Everything But The Bagel and with mini chocolate chips ..(separately, obviously.. lol) just the addition of a few chips REALLY tastes wonderful!) AND, I always use Fage nonfat! Thanks for sharing your version, Jen! Can’t wait to try it!

        • — Sharon Goetchius on February 25, 2021
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