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If you can judge a food by how good it smells while you're cooking it, then these are amazing on that criteria alone. All that garlic and butter was heaven to my nose. It got even better when I tasted these little gems. So crunchy, so garlicky, so good! They're perfect dipped in hummous.
Yummy, thats what my friends said when I made them for a Packers get
together, served them with spinach dip. I had mini-bagel chips to use up, worked great.
Didn't want to have to mince real garlic cloves so I just used garlic powder with butter, and they turned out fine. 350 degrees for 15 minutes and let cool for about 10 minutes until they became crispy. Thanks!
I used whole wheat bagels to make these and they worked great. Of course knowing they were healthier, I had more :) My friends raved about how good they were. These just may become a staple at my house!
A great way to use up stale old bagels. These taste just like the bagel chips found in prepackaged Chex Mix ( I actually used mine in homemade chex mix)! These are so, so good! Thanks for the recipe.
These made a yummy snack and got a thumbs-up from both of my kids. I used a poppy seed bagel and 2 cloves of garlic.
Very easy to make. They are delicious. I bought one 'everything bagel' and one onion bagel to use in this recipe.
Yummy! We used low-carb bagels and they were wonderfully crunchy and the flavor was just heavenly with the garlic. Thanks for sharing! ~Sue
These are way better than store bought and cheaper too!
These were so yummy. Simple and easy to make. Thanks for posting.