I gotta say, I did not have faith that this recipe for a two ingredient bagel would be anything but dry, bland, and cardboard. I mean, usually bread that is tasty is not under the category of somewhat healthy. My friend asked if I had tried this recipe for two ingredient bagels that she heard was a big thing in the Weight Watchers community. She mentioned they were only 2 ingredients (well, 4 if we are getting picky with the toppings) but really only two main ingredients.
I tried them out and you guys, these things are delicious and taste like a bagel. Like a delicious, soft, flavorful bagel! I mean, I know that sounds weird that I’m excited that a two ingredient bagel recipe tastes like a bagel, but this totally took me by surprise. Two ingredient bagels are a hit and I don’t feel bad when I eat 7. With cream cheese. Well, not as bad?
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Looking for a gluten free two ingredient bagel recipe?
Guess what? You can make these gluten free. I used the Bob’s Red Mill 1:1 flour and it worked great and tasted great! (Use the trick below to make it self rising)
If you don’t have self rising flour for the two ingredient bagel recipe, don’t worry. You can make your own. For every one cup of flour, you will need to add 1 1/2 teaspoon baking powder and 1/4 teaspoon kosher salt. For this recipe specifically, you would use 2 cups flour, 3 teaspoons baking powder, 1/2 teaspoon salt.
Easy to make and delicious two ingredient bagels. You won’t believe how easy they are!
2 cups Greek Yogurt
2 cups Self Rising Flour *see note on how to make your own if needed*
1 large egg
Everything Bagel Topping (or your choice of topping)
**If you do not have self rising flour, you can make your own. For this recipe it would be 2 cups all-purpose flour, 3 teaspoons baking powder and 1/2 teaspoon salt.
**I have made these gluten free using Bob’s Red Mill 1:1 flour and it worked great and tasted great!
GIRL, you killed it with this recipe. They are so easy and ABSOLUTELY DELICIOUS. Now, my only regret is not doubling the recipe. So I may just make them again tomorrow!!! 🙂
I am so happy you love these too!! I’m obsessed with how easy and good they are!
They are delicious and so easy.
Totally agree! Thank you!
Hi .Self Rising Flour what’s that 😁
Hi! So you can either buy Self Rising flour (it’s with the other flours at the grocery store) Or you can make your own which is just 1 cup of regular flour, 1 1/2 teaspoon of baking powder and 1/4 salt. So for the Two ingredient bagels you would use 2 cups all purpose flour, 3 teaspoons baking powder and 1/2 teaspoon salt.
Do you no the nutritional value of these bagels?
I would like to know this also
I worked it out using an app called my fitness pal – ingredients are standard U.k grocery items so May differ if in the states – 1 bagel equals 221 calories – 35.7g carbs – 2.6g fat – 12.8g protein – I believe the Greek yoghurt is low fat but here’s a rough estimate
If I want to make these gluten free with the bobs 1-1 flour, would I just use 2 cups bobs flour (or would it be different?)3 teaspoons baking powder, 1/2 teaspoon salt. Just want to make sure I get this right for gluten free. Thanks!
Yep, you got it. 2 cups Bob’s 1:1 gluten free flour, 3 teaspoons baking powder and 1/2 teaspoon salt.
Oh my stars! These are the bomb!
Thank you! So easy and yummy!
Hi. I’m from the UK. Wondering what ‘broil’ is?
Would love to try these! They look fab!
Thank you! Broiling is basically putting them under super high heat for a short time. So at the end you could turn up the heat on them for about 2 minutes. Gives them the brown color at the end.
Have you tried making them with coconut or almond flour ? Trying to avoid regular flour .
I haven’t, so I’m not able to speak to that.
Instead of self rising flour, what if you substitute with almond flour? I want to lower my carb intake, I am diabetic.
I haven’t made these with almond flour so I’m not able to speak to if it works or not.
I made them with almond flour i added 2tsp of baking powder and 1/4 of salt. they were good but im sure they better with regular flour..I count carbs so this worked for me..I did chives cream cheese and its was perfect
I am so glad you let me know these did good with almond flour! Great information. I’m a sucker for chives cream cheese too.
I forgot to rate your recipe.
You are so sweet, thank you!
Can you use 0% fat Greek yoghurt?
Yes! You definitely can!
I needed to add more flour…the dough was very sticky. Even so, they turned out delicious!!!
The dough is definitely very sticky. So glad you liked them!
Can’t wait to try this recipe.
Any chance I can use pastry or bread flour…….which I have an abundance of?
I have never tried it with pastry flour so I’m not able to say if it would work or not.
I made these with my elderly mom. It was a simple activity and she had so much fun. Thank you. They are so yummy and easy to make
This makes me so happy, I love that! Thank you for letting me know and I’m so happy you enjoyed them!
Do you have a nutritional chart?
I don’t but another person posted nutrition info in a comment below.
Loved these. Have you ever made them with flavored yogurt?
I have! I’ve used blueberry yogurt to make blueberry bagels. It was really good, just a little sweet.
Mine were sour tasting … because of the yogurt. Anyone else feel that way?
I added a teaspoon of honey to give it a “Montreal Bagel” taste.
Best bagels ever!!!!🤩🤩🤩
100% would make them again!!
Thank you! So glad you liked them!
Anyone tried to shape these into pretzels?
This recipe is the best!!! The bagels were so delicious!
Has anybody got the air fryer temp and time for these? Would love to try them that way.
I made them the first time and they came out good, they were not sticky at all but they did have a sour bread taste. The second time I tried them with blueberry yogurt and they were very sticky, they came out more like a scone, still very tasty.
Would it be possible for you to add the exact grams you use?
I made them twice now and used google to convert from cups to grams, but twice I added at least 1/2 to 1 cup more flour and still it was a sticky mass that I could not get off my fingers or form bagels 🙁
Tasted great… love this recipe.. Will make them again.
So glad you liked them, thank you!
How do you store them ?
I store mine in a ziploc bag but they are definitely best day of or the day after.