Everything Bagel Chips
Homemade bagel Everything Bagel Chips are easy to make, crispy, savory and downright addictive.
1) It’s Monday. Grrr.
2) I have a to do list that is a gazillion miles long.
3) It’s 8:00 am on St Paddy’s day and already I have two crushed little boys because the leprechauns didn’t visit last night. Really? Is this a thing?
4) Add going to the grocery to (hopefully) buy some gold coins and green candy for the littles.
Today is D-day of sorts. I’m starting what has become an annual spring thing for me. A 21 day sugar detox. My husband is on board this time around so hopefully having a partner will make it easier. Company loves misery, right? I won’t bore you with the details of the cleanse but rather I’ll check in periodically to let you know how I’m holding up. Though holding on might be a more accurate description.
I literally went out with a bang last night as my mom and dad came over and we celebrated my birthday with a giant Chocolate Stout Cake and taco party. It was Taco Tuesday on steroids. In addition, I made no less than a dozen recipes over the last few days to share with you over the next few weeks and most of them contained something that I’m not eating right now. You better believe, I enjoyed every single one of them. Brown Butter Banana Bread. Oh yes I did and it’s coming later this week. Stay tuned.
A half eaten bag of mini bagels + not having crackers in the pantry + wanting something to scoop up a dip I’d just made = “Aha! I’ll make bagel chips.” And because everything bagels set the bar in the bagel world, I whipped up a quick topping of everything mix. These homemade bagel chips are downright addictive. I’d never made them before but I’ll tell you these will become a regular in my snack/appetizer rotation. If you’re a salt lover like me, you’ll love the crispy, savory snack. My kids ate them like chips, I ate them like I was just about to embark on a 21 day detox and my dog inhaled the crumbs. Overall, these were a win in the Epstein house.
Happy Monday, everyone!Print
- 6 mini bagels
- 3 tablespoons olive oil
- 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt
- 1/2 teaspoon poppy seeds
- 1/2 teaspoon sesame seeds
- 1/2 teaspoon dried minced garlic
- 1/2 teaspoon dried minced onion
- Preheat oven to 350F degrees.
- Place everything except bagels and olive oil into a small bowl.
- Slice bagels as thinly as you can. I cut each half into thirds.
- Line bagel thins on a baking sheet.
- Drizzle with olive oil and sprinkle with everything seasoning mix.
- Bake for 15 minutes, rotating the pan halfway through. Remove from oven and let cool before storing at room temperature up to a week.