An Easy Homemade Bagels recipe using just a few staple ingredients! The buns are Vegan, Dairy-Free, and Egg-Free.
I’ve been out sick for a couple of days with a sore throat, a slight fever, and zero energy. It sucks getting sick anytime, but it’s especially bad when the weather is as fine as it has been. Luckily I was already able to work yesterday and today I am feeling much better! I’ve heard of several others that are also out with a cold, or sore throat and I feel lucky we haven’t fallen sick with the flu or worse. The season has been brutal over here and we hope it ends soon. If it’s something I hate it’s getting the flu.
On the other hand, I have just exactly half an hour to finish this blog post as our electricity will be cut for the entire day due to maintenance. Imagine doing anything without electricity. We had our first glimpse yesterday when we were without it for 2.5 hours, and let me tell you, you mostly feel lost. I couldn’t work, as the computer requires electricity and internet. The internet does not work. Can’t cook because I have an induction stove. Can’t even open the fridge, because of preserving the cold inside. Couldn’t go outside because of my cold.
So what do you do in such cases? Any recommendations appreciated!
I ended up browsing Instagram and Reddit on data, then I folded the clothes (22 minutes), cleaned the bathroom (17 minutes, yes, I timed it!) and got a business phone call. And then luckily, the electricity was back.
Today, I am getting out of the house for as long as I can 🙂
But, if you do have electricity, why not treat yourself to some yummy food?
I’ve made these Easy Homemade Bagels so so many times in the past weeks, it’s a wonder I haven’t shared this recipe sooner! Because who doesn’t like homemade bagels?
And good news, these bagel buns are easy to make! And VEGAN! If you ignore the toppings in the photos (salmon and prosciutto), the bagels pictured are plant-based:
- the buns are completely vegan, dairy-free and egg-free
- the cream cheese I used is vegan (from Violife)
- and then I topped it with some avocado (double yum!)
Finish the toppings to your liking, whether you are vegan or not…. tomato for a purely plant-based version, or smoked salmon for the omnivores.
These Homemade Bagels are really easy to make, I promise. Because I wouldn’t be making them if it was complicated! Most of the time is just waiting around for the dough to rise and bake.
Actually, I am off having a bite of these.
Nutrition Information: Yield: 4 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 241 Total Fat: 1g Saturated Fat: 0g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 1g Cholesterol: 0mg Sodium: 38mg Carbohydrates: 49g Fiber: 2g Sugar: 0g Protein: 7g
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