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April 29, 2015

Bagel Chips with Cinnamon Sugar

BM# 51 -- Baking Marathon: Day 25
Bake of the Day: Bagel Chips
After a easy, breezy palmier recipe, here's another baked dish that is very very quick and easy to make. These Bagel chips are made using store bought bagels and they are crispy, crunchy and delicious.
I first saw these crunchy bagels on Siri's blog and mentally noted it down to try. My husband buys bagels from Costco & BJ's occasionally and if you know anything about these warehouse stores, you know that they come in wholesale quantities. So we get about 9~12 bagels in one shot. I don't usually eat bagels and it's just my husband and my son who have to finish the whole bag. After about 2~3 days, they get tired of them and we have these sad looking bagels in the bread box.
Bagel Chips with Cinnamon Sugar

So the last time I had some leftover bagels, I decided to turn them over into bagel chips. But all the savory ones were gone, I was left with an apple cider bagel and a cinnamon-raisin bagel. I added some cinnamon-sugar and melted butter -- once baked they get crispy & crunchy. These are best eaten right away.
Bagel Chips with Cinnamon Sugar
These Bagel chips can be made with just about any bagel -- plain, wholewheat, everything and son. You can also make savory bagel chips by changing up the add-ins. Fresh or dried herbs, grated cheese, garlic salt, pepper are all great options to flavor the chips.
I also made some honey & cinnamon flavored yogurt to dip the chips in. It was a yummy combination. My daughter and I licked off the whole bowl of dip with the chips :-)
Bagel Chips with Cinnamon Sugar
Recipe adapted from here:
Ingredients: Serves 3~4
Bagels - 2
Unsalted Butter - 2tbsp, melted
Sugar - 1~2tbsp (adjust as per taste preference)
Ground Cinnamon - ¼tsp 

  • Preheat the oven to 325°F.
  • Slice the bagels into ¼" thick pieces. Add the melted butter, cinnamon and sugar to the bgel pieces and mix well really well to evenly distribute the seasoning.
  • Place the bagel pieces on a baking sheet in a single layer and bake them 8~10 minutes per side until nice and crispy. Serve immediately!!
Honey-Cinnamon Yogurt Dip:
Yogurt - 1cup
Honey - 1tbsp (adjust as per taste preference)
Ground Cinnamon - ¼tsp

  • Mix all the ingredients well combined. Chill until ready to serve.


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  2. Nice way to use up left over bagels and the sounds delightful.

  3. Sounds like a fun dish to make Pavani..very nicely done!

  4. Thats a very cool idea to use those bagels. They look nice Nd crunchy and that yogurt looks heavenly.

  5. That is a nice way to perk up sad looking bagels. The yogurt dip sounds delicious. Great afternoon snack.

  6. They look stunning... Clicks are awesome as usual.

  7. Wow! that is a fantastic idea of using the leftover bagels, Pavani.

  8. Great idea to use left over bagel.. great

  9. That is one cool idea to use leftover bagels.

  10. Wat a brilliant idea to finish leftover bagels.. And the dip sounds incredible.. Wonderful snacks.

  11. Very nicely done,wonderful way to use the leftover the cute little hand model.

  12. A good recipe to use leftovers.

  13. Nice recipe to use left over bagels...Delicious..


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