When this transplanted New Yorker learned she could make homemade bagels that were easy, just 2 ingredients, and only 3 WW smart points, I had to give it a try. And guess what? As a novice baker all I can say is: if I can make them, anyone can.
What gives them their wonderful flavor is the seasoning. You can add whatever flavors you like such as garlic or onion, but I sprinkled on Trader Joe’s Everything but the Bagel seasoning. And frankly, I use it on more than just bagels: it’s delish on scrambled eggs, sauteed mushrooms, and it also kicks up cottage cheese and baked potatoes. If you want a sweet bagel, sprinkle on some fresh ground cinnamon.
How I got started on this whole bagel thing was because I was making hummus and I wanted something other than crackers or celery sticks to dip. (As many of you know, I hate celery.) That said, here’s some of the hummus dips — which BTW are only 2 WW Smart Points. This is also really easy to make — 1 recipe creates 4 variations.
So, as they say on the Great British Baking Show… on your marks, get set, BAKE!Print
2-Ingredient Homemade Bagels
Easy recipe. 2-ingredients and only 3 WW Smart Points
- Yield: 4 1x
1 cup flour
1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 cup non-fat Greek Yogurt. (I use Fage)
1 egg for the egg wash
Mix the dough and the yogurt together
On a floured surface, knead it until the dough is no longer wet
Divide into 4 portions
Create 4 balls from each piece of dough
Roll out the dough so if forms a rope and put the ends together to create a circle
Beat egg and brush on egg wash
Sprinkle on TJ’s seasoning
Bake at 350 degrees for 24 minutes
To create a crunchy golden top, broil for about a minute — keep your eyes on them!
3 WW Smart Points
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