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Plain Gluten-Free Bagels

Spencer Cailas

Gluten Free Bagels

Before transitioning to a gluten free diet, we used to love bagels. And we do mean love them.

There’s nothing quite like stopping by a bagel shop on a busy morning and walking away with a brown bag of toasty warm bagel topped with a healthy slathering of cream cheese.

While those trips to the bagel shop have had to come to an unfortunate end, my love for bagels remains. Except now the only bagels I eat are the one made from scratch. Considering how deliciously satisfying these are, the process is really quite simple and just as tasty.

If you’ve never attempted to make your own gluten free bagels at home, don’t be intimidated. The process takes less than an hour and a half from start to finish – most of that time is spent allowing the dough to rise and bake.

Enjoy these within a couple of days and freeze the extras for later up to three months to enjoy when the cravings strike.[amd-zlrecipe-recipe:38]

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