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The truth is, like most foods, bagels can absolutely be part of a healthy diet. Bagels are rich in carbohydrates, an important macronutrient the body needs for energy. The brain requires 130 grams of carbs per day to function optimally, and carbs are also important for fueling workouts and recovery. Since bagels contain a mix of protein, fiber and carbs, they are more filling and have more.

Bagels made from whole grains may help balance blood sugar, support healthy digestion, and prevent disease. How to optimize the nutritional value. It’s not that bagels are inherently bad. It’s just that they aren’t particularly healthy.

Most bagels lack vitamins, minerals, and fiber. Without fiber, the carbohydrates in a bagel digest quickl. Warm, toasted bagels are a breakfast and brunch staple, but if you’re on a diet or watching your carbs they may be “off-limits.”. But, bagels can actually be part of a healthy diet as they’re rich in carbohydrates which help give you energy for workouts and recovery.

They’re also full of proteins and fibers which can keep you fuller longer, especially if you opt for whole wheat. No one food is going to make or break your diet, so go ahead and enjoy a bagel or two every now and again. If you eat bagels regularly, choose whole-grain and pair with veggies, protein and healthy fat to stay full for hours and keep blood sugar stable. We love eggs, avocado and. 1) Whole-Wheat Bagels: Whole-wheat bagels are the healthiest choice, says Hunnes, because they provide a substantial amount of fiber (which helps keep your digestive system healthy), protein, vitamins, minerals and a variety of phytochemicals that improve digestion, reduce.

Many low-fat dieters believe that bagels are a healthy choice for breakfast, but their low protein and low fiber content could actually be setting you up for failure. In addition, the size of. Bagels made with refined flour could be bad for you if you eat them in overabundance, but bagels made with whole grains are healthy. Good Versus Bad Bagels A bagel is only as healthy as the ingredients it contains.

The typical bagel recipe contains water, yeast, flour, sugar and salt. Dave’s Killer Bread is making a play at the healthy bagel market (yes, that’s a thing now) by applying the same superfood-ingredient formula from its cult line of breads to everyone’s favorite. However, you can easily enjoy bagel with cream cheese without guilt at these following conditions; Bagels that are made of conventional dough (yeasted wheat) are higher on calories. In this case, go for bagels that are made out of whole grains.

They are for sure much resourceful in vitamins, minerals and fibres compared to that of regular bagels.

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Yes, bagels are vegan, and they are low in fat.

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Unfortunately, most bagels are huge and not that healthy.

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You can easily make your doughy delight more dietfriendly by skipping the refined white bagels (choose whole-grain varieties when possible), scooping out the carb-and-calorie-heavy inside, and requesting a thin layer of topping rather than the standard blob.

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Ok, they are not chewy and doughy like real bagels, but it’s the best you are gonna get on keto, my friends.

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Who knew that a bagel is loaded with salt and contains as many calories/carbs as a few slices of bread? but, of course, i covered my bagel with cream cheese and jam. being French, more jam than cream cheese, so i was getting very little protein. and have you noticed the super-sizing of bagels?

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The bagel has 420 calories and 30 percent of the saturated fat daily value.

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Bagel sandwiches may be high in carbohydrates and fats from oversized bagels and regular cream cheese.

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I had forgotten that these bagels had no preservatives and

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from their vantage point, even infinitesimal amounts of white bread could unbalance metabolisms and inflame tissues; moderation was no shield against harm.

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Bagels are definitely one of my comfort foods.

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  • Wow amazing! Can i replace the whole wheat flour with almond flour or oat flour? And I can’t have diary yogurt. What would be a good substitute?

  • I enjoyed you because i also love bagels. My diet has been poir as ive havent been eating much and bagels are the majority. ^_^ you should ho a little more personal though and you will get more views. You do sound like your reading a script. Otherwise loved the video thank you ^_^

  • You need to research foods more as whole wheat is very bad for humans, there are study after study proving that wheat is bad. Of course it’s advertised as good for your health but it’s all about money.

  • I’ve been eating 4 or five of these blueberry and regular Thomas bagels a day. They are so good, but let me tell you, I gained about 8 pounds in the last month or so. You will definitely gain weight if you are eating that many and not working out. If you eat one or two a day and you take long walks, you should be fine, but I stopped walking for awhile. I even eat mine plain and I gained alot of weight. So if you eat these babies with butter and cream cheese, you are in real trouble, unless you run about 5 miles a day.

  • you are coofy a tomas bagel is 210 cal with 0.5 tottle fat and is considered a regular sized bagel half of that is a little bigger then one of the thing bagels you show. that to me seems healthy and if you want a topping try a little mircial whip with or with out a 3 oz portion of salmon backed. if you do it right its a bagel my way with the bagel I sed and a 3 ox salmon pillet with a little micrical whip will have a totle around 300 cal so just thingk 4 of them a day would be 1200 cal enuff to fill you up and keep yoo skinney.

  • Well, I prefer toast with alot of butter. I cut the bagels and toast and on my way to being a skinny b”*$#.:) Litterally, food makes me happy, especially carbs, so I may look good, but I may be hangry. Lol, oh well. Thanks for sharing.

  • Make a lightly sweetened chia seed jam.  That way you don’t need to throw in a whole lot of sugar to thicken it since the chia seeds will do that.  I make mine with mashed up fruit, the juice from the same fruit, chia seeds, and just a little bit of honey to sweeten it but you could leave that out if you want.  I confess I don’t know the calorie count but I’m content knowing I get health benefits from the ingredients I use.  Anyway that’s what I put on my bagels and other breads.  Also chia seeds can help you stay full longer.  If I eat bagels all I need is bagel thins and a piece of fruit and I’m good to go.  At least until lunch time anyway.

  • Hello there, have you heard about “BellyFATtack yet? Simply copy-paste BellyFATtack.com to your browser to visit this website address! On there you will see a helpful free video by a longtime qualified dietitian teaching on the right way to get rid of excess weight. This helped Bianca to burn her tummy fat. Why not give this a shot. I hope it works for you too.

  • Hello, have you come across BellyFATtack yet? Simply search on Google. There you will find a good free video by a recognized certified nutritionist revealing how to reduce fat. It made it easier for David to lose his abdominal fat. I will probably give it a try. Perhaps it will help you out too.

  • Hey there, have you considered “Belly Fat Quencher”? Just look on Google. On there you will find an important free video presentation by a well respected doctor and certified dietitian revealing the way to lose fat. This helped Sheila to get rid of her tummy fat. I hope it works for you as well…

  • HELP! I followed the recipe to a T but after boiling they did not hold together. They just got all gloopy and fell apart.:( (cries)

  • what is wrong with having lot of carbs, I think bagel is not bad if you make it from good grains and I cannot get how people can eat more than one, I eat a half with filling and it is enough for me and I think 1 bagel with salad abd veg is a good lunch, I think the problem people have is having no portion control, bagel is not bad

  • Hello, have you tried out “Belly Fat Blaze” (search on Google for it)? On their website you can watch a practical free video. This helped Donna to lose her stomach fat. Perhaps it will help you out too.

  • For people who are looking to maintain their healthy weight, bagels are a fine option; they can be incorporated into a healthy diet for sure. I don’t like how her videos are all about cutting down on calories in everything you eat. If you eat when you’re hungry and stop when you are full and eat whole grains and leans meats, etc, for the most part, you will not become obese from eating bagels even 5 times a week. Our bodies NEED calories. She makes them seem so evil.

  • the point of her giving us options is so we can appease the craving but cut the intake of it in half. Just like with any other indulgent type food there are alternatives that can be done. A lot of people benefit from that b/c it keeps their food intake in check w/o going completely overboard b/c they have been depriving themselves of the foods they crave. Plus substituting with whole grain has health benefits that white bread doesn’t.

  • carbs don’t make you fat, it gives you energy,
    any of a large group of organic compounds occurring in foods and living tissues and including sugars, starch, and cellulose. They contain hydrogen and oxygen in the same ratio as water (2:1) and typically can be broken down to release energy in the animal body. Plus tons of other evidence, instead eat a 10+ banana smoothie, 10+ date smoothie, or a litre of orange juice

  • Yum yum yum! I’ve cut out a lot of carbs and the one thing I miss are bagels �� I am definitely going to make these! Thank you for sharing this recipe, it’s so easy! ����

  • It’s not the calories why had stopped eating bagel it’s the flour and lack of complex fibers. But for those who isn’t affect by the white flour you can managed your calories and still have it.

  • Thank you for the bagel recipe and the seasoning recipe. I’m allergic to onions so I’ll be able to make it and leave the onion out.

  • Omg, I dont know how I missed this when you posted it, bagels are my FAVORITE, and I miss them so much. I will be trying this very soon

  • OMG!!!!!! i just made these last night and they are BOMB!!!!!!!!!!!!! thank you so much!!! it really helped because i have been trying to find a good bread recipe that’s paleo but also vegan, cause usually when i try to make vegan bread it doesn’t have egg in it so when i would cook them they would always be gooey in the inside and raw, but these are fluffy and AMAZING!!!!!!! thx!!!!

  • No she doesn’t! She is informing people about what they are REALLY eating! For good sakes, some people could use this information.

  • I made these today and boy are they good! �� a little more dense than traditional bagels but that’s kind of to be expected. They are delish and I highly recommend!

  • Hi Liv! Thanks for the great recipe! I have a question: I just made these, and after baking them for the full 30 minutes, I cut one open and it was still very gummy on the inside. I flipped all the bagels and baked them for another 5-6 minutes until they had a lot of golden-brown on the edges, but they still ended up a little gummy on the inside and especially the center. The only thing I can think of is possibly it’s an altitude issue (I live in Denver, Colorado)? What would you suggest I do to make sure they bake through next time? Maybe a higher temperature for longer? Thanks!

  • Do you have some sort of objection to using yeast? Not trying to be rude just really wondering. You never seem to use it to make bread or things like bread and I was wondering why. Cool recipe! Also…instead of water on the top you could use unsweetened plant milk.:)

  • Yum yum yum! I’ve cut out a lot of carbs and the one thing I miss are bagels �� I am definitely going to make these! Thank you for sharing this recipe, it’s so easy! ����

  • Yum! That’s for the recipe Liv! If I would like to make cinnamon raisin bagels �� how much monfruit sweeter/coconut sugar and Cinnamon do you suggest I add??

  • These are all good food tips and choices but you have to have a life. You can eat whatever you want as long as its in moderation, and still be ripped. Its a known fact that to much of anything is bad for you. Now if your training to do one of these fitness shows or fitness magazine, then these tips are good to follow. But the average Joe can still have a life and be ripped too. I’d rather have a life and be ripped, than missing out on life and be ripped. The end result will be the same, Death. We are all going to die someday, why miss out living your life while your alive.

  • How many people on your team take test reloaded? What are the side effects and can I take them with my GNC supplements. Fish oil, mega men sports and my protein drinks? I been dedicated in your training method for a year now and I came across your Test Reloaded Video. I watch the hour video and I feel confidence in your training that’s giving me an edge that I add to my work outs. So why not give Test Reloaded a chance for at less a month or a month in a half. Just to see if I see any significant difference in my body change that is claimed. Just so I can get my over $200 order. That how confidence I am in your product to spend well over $200, but if now I want to get my 60 day money back guaranteed stayed as stated in the video. So I just want to know the side effects and how many of you on sixpackshortcut actually take test reloaded so if I could please get a Trufle response I really appreciate it thank you so much sincerely Donnie Richter

  • talks about the worst foods to put in your body because of how processed and full of fillers all the processed foods have but suggests using protein powder…………… well then………….

  • I’ve changed by breakfast many times… It was yoghurt on granola (any type of yoghurt) now I have healthy peanut butter on crumpets or those breakfast bread muffins, but I’m going to change it to just brown bread and peanut butter. what break fast is best for building muscle? I think its the brown bread and healthy peanut butter because of the good amount of carbs plus proteins. can anyone recommend a breakfast which is great for building muscle which has proteins and good amounts of carb and low fat levels.

  • This guy has no idea what he’s talking about. There are no trans fats in bacon, unless they started adding partially hydrogenated oils to them, which would seem redundant.

  • Why does everybody dis ice cream? It’s one of the best desserts for you. It has calcium and the fat helps w/ sugar absorption. I’m not promoting eating a gallon of ice cream, and certainly not as a breakfast, but a regular portion of ice cream is a really good desert for you… if you’re gonna have desert. That or a small piece of dark chocolate.

    Also, I do make my pancakes from scratch every Saturday morning for my self and my kids. Bananas go in them every time. Natural syrup and all natural peanut butter and a little jelly in between two flap jack. Best breakfast ever!!! Once a week that is on a high activity day… Soccer, Football hikes.

  • Monday to Friday: Breakfast: Chicken breast with spinach and broccoli, protein shake.
    weekend: Breakfast: Homemade smoothie and yogurt mixed with fruit.
    Its not to hard to get into a really good diet when you give yourself cheat days. hardest part about dieting is giving up the things you love, so if you still let yourself have them every now and then on specific cheat days then it makes the whole transition easier. And you don’t really need to worry about McDonald and stuff, because once you start eating well spiced chicken breast and beef across the whole week. That fast food shit just becomes absolutely nasty and not even tempting. Its the sweet stuff that is harder to loose temptation to, so give yourself cheat days for those things like smoothies, yogurt, maybe a slice of pie.
    Ps: This is for putting on healthy mass and build muscle. NOT for slimming down. Nothing here is relevant if your goal is simply to loose fat.

  • i like this guys advice.make a lot more since when you are over fourty five. metabolism slows testosterone revive try also some Chinese dieting look at soul food diets plus diabetes and  alcohols. connection.

  • “You don’t want those preservatives on the fruits” > “Spray some I can’t believe it’s not butter on your pancakes or sugarfree syrup”

  • Here’s a way to jazz up and add protein to instant microwave porridge. Make it with milk (we need some fat goddamit), mix up a good scoop of whey protein with the milk, use the protein shake to mix with the oats BEFORE you put the bowl in the microwave. I can’t stress enough, don’t make regular porridge and then try and add a scoop of whey, you’ll just end up with a load of gritty disgusting mush. Make a shake with milk and use that as mixer for the oats. If the whey is flavoured, all the better. Handy way to start the day with 25 odd grams of protein too.

  • You’re right. I was overweight at one point and I wasn’t eating breakfast. When I started eating breakfast I found the weight started to drop off right away. Pancakes. The reason that they are called pancakes is because that is what they are is cake in a pan. Breakfast cereals are just like eating potato chips and drinking soda pop for breakfast except that I found that Rasin Bran is not too bad. It doesn’t have as much sugar as other cereals.

    What I now eat every day for breakfast is Oatmeal. Not the flavored kind but plain oatmeal with milk and brown sugar(easy on the sugar). The flavored oatmeal has tons of sugar and chemicals in it but the plain oatmeal has protein, carbs and vitamins that you need and it sticks with you so you’re not hungry in a half hour later.

    One breakfast food that you forgot that a lot of people tend to eat at work is when someone brings in a box of dough nuts. I have made the mistake of having a dough nut in the morning and even if I have had breakfast before that the drop in blood sugar a half hour after eating one is awful.

    Good advice.

  • As a biologist I’d just like to tell anyone that thinks foods can burn fat that they certainly cannot, that is impossible down to a molecular level. The only way to lose weight is to use more energy than you put into your body, well, that or cut off a limb.

  • how can one eat breakfast if they work at night and come home when many people are waking up? does breakfast mean the first meal you eat when you wake up? regardless of time?

  • instead of pancake mixes, you can try making it yourself! just add eggs, flour and sugar(optional) and fry in a frying pan with oil and you’re golden!

  • Bullshit, i like every one of thes foods and eat all of these, i have a six pack and go to the gym 4 times a week no need to do anything this guy says

  • Here in Finland we eat usually porridge for breakfast. Any thoughts about that? is it sufficient? To specify I like to eat oatmeal porridge. Here are the information whats inside:

    100g contains:
    Energy 197 kJ (47 kcal)
    carbohydrate 7,2 g
    Protein 1,8 g
    Fat 0,9 g

  • Cortisol levels are high in the morning hours. Cortisol
    burns the blood sugar, don’t eat carbs in the morning hours. Proteins and fats
    should be fine. You can eat your so called healthy bread or carbs (I have been
    without such carbs for ever) in the afternoon, especially after your training
    if you deserve them.

  • I hate the way he ALWAYS says 0% fat greek yoghurt -_0% fat is fucking UNHEALTHY! Like, maybe ADDED fat may be bad, but if it’s reduced it’s 100% bad for u! Also, I hate the way he doesn’t like Saturated Fat, sure, protein would be useless without saturated fat, in fact dangerous! Why do yas think people used to hunt animals? Animals have balanced amounts of protein and fat, it’s all thought out by nature, but humans are so dumb that they neglect these facts -_but about some of these, I really agree with him, even my teacher said in school once (was a pretty long time ago) “Ya’d be safer off eating the cardboard instead of the cereal” which made me laugh XD

  • Reminds me kinda of “Little Britain”: Sooo, you like ice-cream?Well here is your fat-free, carbfree alternative: an icecube! So healthy and yet soo tasty!

  • I think it’s funny that she tries to rationalize eating a bagel by: Eating a bagel thin (so…. what… only the first 1/8 inch of the bagel), scooping out the innards (again only 1/4 of the bagel is left), or opting for whole wheat. If you can’t eat the whole food maybe you should just not eat it 😉

  • I don’t eat breakfast most days because I have very limited options, if there are any healthy breakfastes I should know please help a brother out. thank you

  • Don’t get it twisted. If you are disciplined, fasting in the morning or eating very light can boost your metabolism. As long as you dont go crazy later in the day. I have had good results from putting coconut oil in some coffee or tea. I know im just some fuckead on youtube but i want people to know you can have good results from intermittent fasting.

  • Cereal is bad for breakfast? LOL The free “tips” these guys give are so ineffectively useless but sounds like the Bible to those fat guys sitting on the couch wanting to get swoll without doing any work. The Chang guy said in another video that you can actually get fatter by doing cardio! Look at all the fat people running on threadmills at your gym! Yes, now buy their “educational” material and try to cancel that 30 day “free trial’ once you realize the Afterburner exercises don’t do ANYTHING for you.

  • For any of these choices you can pretty much modify them and make them healthy. You can make some great breakfast Smoothies at home with berries and a good whey protein powder. makes it simple to have breakfast on the go. There is also some descent organic Granola cereals out there that you can have with almond milk and throw a scoop of whey in for the protein. Metrx makes a descent protein pancake powder mix with a 2:1 carb to protein ratio and only 280 calorie for 4-5 small pancakes. At the end of the day it is about Macro’s and Micro’s.

  • Im 15 and ive started going to the gym. Does anyone know if I should use free weights or machines and do I need to worry about all these complicated lifts?

  • could you make a video on healthy seasonings and condiments cus I only know of a few and I don’t know exactly what I’m looking for. like to make my oatmeal taste good, agave right? stuff like that. how to make my foods taste good that I’m soon to start cooking, like anything that can go on anything like everything u discussed in this video, the almond butter, coconut oil, yeah. ok I’m done ��

  • what a tool… “Eat I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter. ” ya, soy and vegetable oil is so much better for you than natural butter. saturated fat bad… eat coconut oil. coconut oil has like 14g of healthy saturated fat.

  • Forgot to mention Steroids and HGH are the worst breakfast foods. Saturated fats stabilize blood sugars. blah blah blah. Speculative misinformation.

  • i have a super healthy breakfast lets just say I’m a health freak, i have horse tranquilliser with a side order of crystal meth dip in herion

  • I wake up, hit my protein shake, un about an hour I take 40 g of oatmeal mixed with honey and cinnamon. Is this good? Cuz this is my usual

  • Wow amazing! Can i replace the whole wheat flour with almond flour or oat flour? And I can’t have diary yogurt. What would be a good substitute?

  • I enjoyed you because i also love bagels. My diet has been poir as ive havent been eating much and bagels are the majority. ^_^ you should ho a little more personal though and you will get more views. You do sound like your reading a script. Otherwise loved the video thank you ^_^

  • You need to research foods more as whole wheat is very bad for humans, there are study after study proving that wheat is bad. Of course it’s advertised as good for your health but it’s all about money.

  • I’ve been eating 4 or five of these blueberry and regular Thomas bagels a day. They are so good, but let me tell you, I gained about 8 pounds in the last month or so. You will definitely gain weight if you are eating that many and not working out. If you eat one or two a day and you take long walks, you should be fine, but I stopped walking for awhile. I even eat mine plain and I gained alot of weight. So if you eat these babies with butter and cream cheese, you are in real trouble, unless you run about 5 miles a day.

  • you are coofy a tomas bagel is 210 cal with 0.5 tottle fat and is considered a regular sized bagel half of that is a little bigger then one of the thing bagels you show. that to me seems healthy and if you want a topping try a little mircial whip with or with out a 3 oz portion of salmon backed. if you do it right its a bagel my way with the bagel I sed and a 3 ox salmon pillet with a little micrical whip will have a totle around 300 cal so just thingk 4 of them a day would be 1200 cal enuff to fill you up and keep yoo skinney.

  • Well, I prefer toast with alot of butter. I cut the bagels and toast and on my way to being a skinny b”*$#.:) Litterally, food makes me happy, especially carbs, so I may look good, but I may be hangry. Lol, oh well. Thanks for sharing.

  • Make a lightly sweetened chia seed jam.  That way you don’t need to throw in a whole lot of sugar to thicken it since the chia seeds will do that.  I make mine with mashed up fruit, the juice from the same fruit, chia seeds, and just a little bit of honey to sweeten it but you could leave that out if you want.  I confess I don’t know the calorie count but I’m content knowing I get health benefits from the ingredients I use.  Anyway that’s what I put on my bagels and other breads.  Also chia seeds can help you stay full longer.  If I eat bagels all I need is bagel thins and a piece of fruit and I’m good to go.  At least until lunch time anyway.

  • Hello there, have you heard about “BellyFATtack yet? Simply copy-paste BellyFATtack.com to your browser to visit this website address! On there you will see a helpful free video by a longtime qualified dietitian teaching on the right way to get rid of excess weight. This helped Bianca to burn her tummy fat. Why not give this a shot. I hope it works for you too.

  • Hello, have you come across BellyFATtack yet? Simply search on Google. There you will find a good free video by a recognized certified nutritionist revealing how to reduce fat. It made it easier for David to lose his abdominal fat. I will probably give it a try. Perhaps it will help you out too.

  • It’s not the calories why had stopped eating bagel it’s the flour and lack of complex fibers. But for those who isn’t affect by the white flour you can managed your calories and still have it.

  • No she doesn’t! She is informing people about what they are REALLY eating! For good sakes, some people could use this information.

  • what is wrong with having lot of carbs, I think bagel is not bad if you make it from good grains and I cannot get how people can eat more than one, I eat a half with filling and it is enough for me and I think 1 bagel with salad abd veg is a good lunch, I think the problem people have is having no portion control, bagel is not bad

  • Hello, have you tried out “Belly Fat Blaze” (search on Google for it)? On their website you can watch a practical free video. This helped Donna to lose her stomach fat. Perhaps it will help you out too.

  • For people who are looking to maintain their healthy weight, bagels are a fine option; they can be incorporated into a healthy diet for sure. I don’t like how her videos are all about cutting down on calories in everything you eat. If you eat when you’re hungry and stop when you are full and eat whole grains and leans meats, etc, for the most part, you will not become obese from eating bagels even 5 times a week. Our bodies NEED calories. She makes them seem so evil.

  • the point of her giving us options is so we can appease the craving but cut the intake of it in half. Just like with any other indulgent type food there are alternatives that can be done. A lot of people benefit from that b/c it keeps their food intake in check w/o going completely overboard b/c they have been depriving themselves of the foods they crave. Plus substituting with whole grain has health benefits that white bread doesn’t.

  • I think it’s funny that she tries to rationalize eating a bagel by: Eating a bagel thin (so…. what… only the first 1/8 inch of the bagel), scooping out the innards (again only 1/4 of the bagel is left), or opting for whole wheat. If you can’t eat the whole food maybe you should just not eat it 😉

  • Lots of useful information entertainingly packed into a few minutes. Great clip!
    A lot of people think that the bagel is a healthy breakfast food it’s not!

  • Hey there, have you considered “Belly Fat Quencher”? Just look on Google. On there you will find an important free video presentation by a well respected doctor and certified dietitian revealing the way to lose fat. This helped Sheila to get rid of her tummy fat. I hope it works for you as well…

  • Thank you for the bagel recipe and the seasoning recipe. I’m allergic to onions so I’ll be able to make it and leave the onion out.

  • Omg, I dont know how I missed this when you posted it, bagels are my FAVORITE, and I miss them so much. I will be trying this very soon

  • OMG!!!!!! i just made these last night and they are BOMB!!!!!!!!!!!!! thank you so much!!! it really helped because i have been trying to find a good bread recipe that’s paleo but also vegan, cause usually when i try to make vegan bread it doesn’t have egg in it so when i would cook them they would always be gooey in the inside and raw, but these are fluffy and AMAZING!!!!!!! thx!!!!

  • HELP! I followed the recipe to a T but after boiling they did not hold together. They just got all gloopy and fell apart.:( (cries)

  • I made these today and boy are they good! �� a little more dense than traditional bagels but that’s kind of to be expected. They are delish and I highly recommend!

  • Hi Liv! Thanks for the great recipe! I have a question: I just made these, and after baking them for the full 30 minutes, I cut one open and it was still very gummy on the inside. I flipped all the bagels and baked them for another 5-6 minutes until they had a lot of golden-brown on the edges, but they still ended up a little gummy on the inside and especially the center. The only thing I can think of is possibly it’s an altitude issue (I live in Denver, Colorado)? What would you suggest I do to make sure they bake through next time? Maybe a higher temperature for longer? Thanks!

  • Do you have some sort of objection to using yeast? Not trying to be rude just really wondering. You never seem to use it to make bread or things like bread and I was wondering why. Cool recipe! Also…instead of water on the top you could use unsweetened plant milk.:)

  • Lots of useful information entertainingly packed into a few minutes. Great clip!
    A lot of people think that the bagel is a healthy breakfast food it’s not!

  • Yum! That’s for the recipe Liv! If I would like to make cinnamon raisin bagels �� how much monfruit sweeter/coconut sugar and Cinnamon do you suggest I add??

  • Great recipe and yours looks absolutely delicious.
    Mine came out dense not as fluffy as I was expecting. I used whole wheat Indian flour.

  • Thank you for the video. For those of us who do not knead and don’t have a mixer, do you have a no-knead whole wheat bagel recipe?

  • Thanks for this awesome simple video. Quick q..you mentioned leaving the dough in the oven for 1min every hour. Do you have to pre-heat it or turn it on and off as you put it in the oven?