Two Ingredient Bagels. That’s right. Two. Ingredient. Bagels.
You guys, Two Ingredient Bagels are my life now. It all started a couple of weeks ago, I came across this recipe for easy bagels. They really were easy to make and delicious! But alas, I’m
kinda really lazy in the mornings and I thought to myself, how can I make this even easier? Lol… because getting out five ingredients was just too much. Too much I tell you! So I had the bright idea to try it with baking mix and my life has been forever changed! [Cue the singing chorus.]
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Plus I found a new use for my donut pan… further justifying that frivolous purchase! High five!
But seriously. This recipe is two ingredients. Two. That’s it. I still can’t believe it really. It’s just Pamela’s Baking and Pancake Mix and greek yogurt! Well, plus whatever topping you wanted (everything spice, obviously) but I am not going to count that ok?
Two Ingredient Bagels
These are so good and literally can't be any easier to make. Literally.
- 1 cup gluten-free baking mix, I used Pamela's
- 1 cup thick greek yogurt
- Everything Bagel Spice, other desired toppings, or leave plain.
Preheat oven to 400°. Grease a 6 cavity donut pan.
In a small bowl, mix together the baking mix and greek yogurt with a spoon.
If using Everything Bagel Spice, sprinkle some in the bottom of each donut cavity. Spoon the batter around each well of the donut pan. Sprinkle with more Everything Bagel Spice, if using.
Bake 17-20 minutes or until dark golden brown. Let cool slightly and then devour!
- If the greek yogurt is separated a little in the container, that's actually great! Don't mix the whey back in. Just scoop out the thick yogurt.
- They're really best when fresh, so halve the recipe if you only want a few bagels.
- You don't have a donut pan? That's ok! Just line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Do your best to roll 1/4th of the dough into a ball. Place on the parchment and flatten a little. Then use your finger to poke and spread out a hole in the center. Sprinkle with seasoning and press it down a little to make sure it sticks. Bake as directed above which will be closer to 20 min than the 17 min.