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My husband and my daughter just made these for lunch. They switched the quantity of white flour for whole wheat (so it was 2:1 white/wholewheat flour) and added raisins and cinnamon to half of the dough and they all turned out amazingly!!! Will definitely be making these again and again! Thank you for a great recipe!

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LeHoff February 18, 2012

Made these for the first time last week and am making them again today. I changed the topping and made 1/2 with cinnamon and coarse sugar; the other half I sprinkled with a sea salt blend. Both were great and all are gone. Thanks for a great and easy reccipe.

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CJ13 January 19, 2009

We switched the topping to garlic salt and asiago cheese. Mmmmmmm they were very successful and delicious!!

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Elizabeth Kayle M. November 07, 2013

This was my first attempt at making homemade bagels, but I must say that store bagels never looked appetizing enough for me to even attempt to taste, so I've never tasted store bought bagels before. After I pulled these beauties out of my oven, I could barely wait to sink my teeth in them...SUCCESS!!! They were yummy, my whole family loved these bagels.Thanks Karin for sharing this delicious recipe.

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Here4goodrecipes May 02, 2013

These were awesome!! Didn't take too long and taste great. I followed the recipe to a "t", and added dehydrated blueberries to them so they would be blueberry bagels. My oldest son loves blueberry bagels and he told me never to buy them at the store again after tasting these. Thanks for a great recipe. I will be making these on a regular basis!!

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mlhuston June 07, 2011

Very good bagels but I messed up and will try again. Forgot to put the egg on and seeds before baking. Also thought 220 deg C was 400 deg F. oops. Will bake at the correct temp.(425) next time. Because of the wrong temp. Mine took much longer to bake. (35 min.) Still very good and DH has eaten two of them already.

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adopt a greyhound May 11, 2011

AMAZING - if you are looking at this recipe - stop and make it - you will consider opening a bakery!! Couldn't be easier using the bread machine to make the dough. I did let them rise 30 minutes on after shaping as they don't rise in the boiling/baking process. Have fun!

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Born2cook May 10, 2011

These smelled great and looked great and tasted pretty good out of the oven. However, once toasted, they had a rather chewy and elastic texture. I wonder if this might be because there is no added fat (margarine, oil etc.)? These are best eaten the day they are made, I think. An ok recipe, but I probably won't be making these again.

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Jen in Victoria, BC June 04, 2009

I made these today, and all I can say is FABULOUS!! I made them cinnamon raison and they turned out absolutely devine!! No more store bought here, thank you so much , I will be making these again very soon!!:)

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Michelle_78 May 20, 2009

This is the best bagel recipe I have ever tried and belive me I have tried many. These are just the way a bagel should be . Thanks for a gread recipe. Jendajay

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jtailby February 22, 2009
Beautiful Bagels - (using bread machine to make the dough)