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Types of Bagels You Need To Try!

Nov 23rd 2022 - Monica Cunanan

Types of Bagels You Need To Try!

Breakfast carbs are bagels. They are boiled in boiling hot water before they're baked in a convection oven. It then goes through a poaching process that gelatinizes the crust to give it a crispy exterior and soft, pliable interior. Bagels come in many different varieties, including some that are topped with unusual ingredients. Here are some of America’s most popular bagels:

Plain Bagels

Plain bagels are the original bagels! They're not plain at all; they go with everything from cheese to bacon to mushrooms to onions to peppers to tomatoes to olives to eggs to sausage to ham to chicken to

It has a versatile texture, tastes good, and is denser and sweeter compared to regular white sandwich loaves.

Plain bagels can be used for breakfast, lunch, or snacks. They're easy to prepare and don't require any special equipment. There are no limits to this option.

Chocolate Chip Bagels

Bagel chips make everything better and chocolate is no exception. A delicious bagel becomes even more delicious when you add rich chocolate chip cookies.

These bagels are decadent and stuffed with chocolate chips in every single bit. They're best enjoyed slightly warm or toasted so they melt the chocolate chips and have them oozing out in every single mouthful.

Cinnamon Raisin Bagels

Cinnamon raisin bagels are crispy and buttery with the perfect balance between the sweetness of raisins and the spiciness of cinnamon.

Raisins add a stringy, chewy texture to the bagel while cinnamon adds a subtle spiciness to the flavor.

Asiago Bagels

Despite its exotic name, an Asiago bagel brings together two of humanity's most beloved things: bread and cheese!

Asiago bagel combines fresh bread with the richness of cheese. They're named after the Italian cheese, made from Italian cow's milk (a very specific type of milk) and only produced in Italy's Asiago plateau.

Once the bagels are removed from the boiling hot pot, they're placed onto a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. If you see a beautiful golden brown color, then they're cooked perfectly.

French Toast Bagels

Bagel French Toast is all sorts of soft and sweet, filled with delicious French toast custards soaking into every pore.

To get the best results, soak these bagels in the French toast mixture overnight and then refrigerated them for several hours before eating. Add in some whipped creams and cheeses and you won't be putting them down!

Pumpernickel Bagels

Pumpernickels are made from sourdough starter and coarsely ground rye, which are then shaped into small round loaves called bagels. They're darker and denser than other bagel varieties.

They're really good! But some people might not like them because they have an unusual flavor. Despite its hard texture, the taste is rich and unique and the final product is still chewy. As bagels are meant to be.

Though these bagels are good with a variety of toppings and fillers, the best type might be the pumpernickel with chopped onions.

Garlic Bagels

Garlic has almost unmatched versatility and exoticness. It packs a powerful taste into any recipe that it's used in.

Garlic not only adds taste to these bagels but also gives them a crispy texture. To add extra garlicky goodness to the bagels, brush them with olive oil and minced clove mixture before baking.

Cheddar Bagels

Cheese and bread — nothing could possibly go wrong! Cheddar bagels are similar to rolls with cheese, but they're five-time tastier than regular rolls with cheese.

To add even more flavor, include sliced jalapeno peppers for an extra kick of spicy goodness.

Sesame Bagels

Sesame seeds are nutty and delicate, adding an entirely new dimension of flavor to sweet and savory foods alike. It has a distinctive crispness that enhances its taste and texture.

Bagels are crunchy and tasty, with a warm flavor and versatility that allows them to be paired with anything from cream cheese to bacon.

Whole Wheat Bagels

Whole wheat bagel substitutes exist so that people who don't eat gluten can enjoy them too.

These bagels taste just as good as their unhealthy counterparts, so they're an excellent way to prove that eating healthily doesn't mean you have to sacrifice flavor. You can get your fix of the flavor without worrying about carbs.

Bagel lovers know that whole wheat bagel tastes better than regular white bagel because they contain more nutrients and fiber.

Whole wheat bagels are a great addition to any person who wants a healthier option than white bread. These bagels are loaded with minerals and fiber, so they're perfect for breakfast. And because they're healthy, you can eat even more of them!

Egg Bagels

Bagel sandwiches combine two of our favorite foods — eggs and bagels! They're the perfect way to start your day. Eggs are used to give the bagels a softer texture and sweeter taste.

But if you want the crispy and chewy texture of an original bagel, then you'll be disappointed with these ones. They're softer than that.

If you don't, you'll get consistent, flavorful, textured, and colored bagels that few other bagels come close to matching. Pair them with cream cheese and you’ll have a singing taste ­buds thanks to the perfect blend of sweetness and saltiness.

Poppy Seed Bagels

They're nutty and irresistible, but they require some extra cleaning afterward because of all the poppy seed bits that get lodged in your teeth.

Poppy seed bagels are soft, chewable, and crispy because they're made from a mixture of whole wheat flour, eggs, milk, butter, sugar, salt, yeast, and poppy seeds.

Salt Bagels

These salty bagel varieties are stuffed with cream cheeses and have a sprinkle of sea salts on top.

Onion Bagels

The second most popular type of bagel after the original is the "onions" variety, which has a strong, onion taste. These bagels may not be able to improve your breath, but they're still huge sellers!

These bagels are most delicious when they're served with scallions and a thick layer of melted unsalted margarine. Adding chopped or dehydrated onions to the bread mixture makes them twice as tasty.

Blueberry Bagels

Blueberries and bagel sandwiches — there's absolutely no room for error in this combo! Blueberry bagels are among the best breakfast treats because they're delicious and easy to prepare. They're actually better for you than the other choices!

Adding blueberries into the dough while kneading gives this bagel its lovely purple hue.

Everything Bagels

Everything bagels contain everything in them. It features a blend of poppy and sunflower seeds, onion, and salt, so you get a taste of all the different bagels available without having to buy them separately.

Bagel sandwiches are delicious, but most people don't have the ability to eat so many bagel sandwiches, making them an excellent choice for any meal throughout the day. If you can recognize each subtle flavor happening altogether.

Montreal bagels

Montreal bagels are different from New York bagels because they're wider at the top. With these additions, Montrealers now have access to even more flavors than before. Bakers shape their bagels into long logs of bread before tying them up on both sides. The result is thick, chewy bagels with less interior surface area.

After boiling the bagels, the bakers place them into a wood-fired brick oven instead of a traditional steam or convection oven in New York City. Montreal bagels are often topped with savory breakfast ingredients like salt salmon and dill.

History of Bagels

Breakfast carbs are bagels. Bagels originated from Germany, where they were first made by bakers who would stretch the dough into long ropes and then twist them into knots. Eventually, the bagel became a popular food among Polish Jews who were living in poverty. After moving from there, the bagels went to metropolitan New York City where they were followed by waves of European immigrants in the late 1800s