NICE! OMG... If I wasn't afraid I would eat the whole darn batch I would be giving that a try too!
Well done to both you guys!!
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Post by funnymamma on Feb 13, 2019 19:38:14 GMT -5
I'm testing how to freeze them because I definitely don't need 16 bagels in my house... They are a nice small size though, not huge like a typical bakery bagels unless you make them big like Heather does. Trying to decide if I should freeze them once done and just reheat or freeze them before boiling and baking. Heather, simplynaturalfarm, have you tried either method?
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Oh wow... I am going to have to try this! DD really loves bagels. Some of the ingredients in the recipe initially put me off... where are y'all buying the malt powder and malt syrup?
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