Bagel Chips

I always see big piles of bagels at work after a generous co-worker (or more likely one of the contractor agency people that try to get business from us) and hate to see them go to waste. Also, I like bagel chips and I like to make food for my family. So I’m logging my attempts at recipes for turning those bagels into properly good bagel chips. I can’t promise any of these are great. Just logging the things I’ve tried!

Initial Recipe

Ingredients

  • 8 bagels (various savory flavors like everything, poppyseed, sun-dried tomato, salt, plain)
  • cooking spray
  • old bay seasoning
  • salt

Steps

  1. Slice to 1/8″ (I use my mandoline but you could sure do it with a knife)
  2. Spread them out on a cookie sheet, 1 or 2 chips thick
  3. Spray with cooking spray
  4. Sprinkle with old bay & salt
  5. Stir
  6. Spray again with cooking spray
  7. Bake 7-10 minutes @ 400

Notes for future attempts:

  • Try only sundried tomato bagels with no seasoning

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