Healthy Paleo Cinnamon Raisin Bagels
Grain free and paleo cinnamon bagels that look and taste real! These soft and delicious healthy gluten free bagels are filled with sweet raisins and swirls of cinnamon. Super easy to make! Made and ready to cook in 15 minutes. You wont even know they are paleo!
I have been baking all the holiday things this week. Finally, I am getting into the Christmas spirit. I know, it took me awhile. Because, when I should have been making Christmas cookies I was making ice-cream. Ha ha, I just didnt want summer to end! But since there is no way to wish that warm weather back, I have come around to all things seasonal. Warm cinnamon and raisin bagels Im pretty sure that counts )
I turned on Christmas music this week, put the lights up, and well we even had our first snow. So, Im pretty much all wrapped up in the holidays now.
cinnamon swirls and tasty bagels
What better way to spend the morning then biting into one of these delicious paleo bagels. Toasted and topped with warm melty butter, you wont know these are grain free!!! Warm and cinnamony with sweet raisins, these bagels taste REAL and and look like it too. I love creating healthy paleo baked goods that fool even me into thinking that its not paleo.
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Homemade Vegan Cinnamon Raisin Bagels That Are Gluten
Homemade bagels you are everything and more.
You guys know that I am one of the biggest bagel fans ever. I eat one basically every day and it is one of my absolute favorite favorite foods ever. I love everything bagels, whole wheat, plain, sesame, cinnamon raisin and pretty much all the classics. As you can see.. I am not biased when it comes to eat my carbs in bagel form.
I love toasting up one of these cinnamon raisin bagels and having it with some nut butter or ghee on top with some banana and cinnamon. These bagels are not sweet at all, which I personally love. But you can also add in some extra coconut sugar or maple syrup if you want a sweeter bagel.
Oh and did I mention that these cinnamon raisin bagels are gluten-free, vegan AND nut-free?! Heck yes you guys!
If you make this recipe, let me know! I cant wait to hear what you think they are truly one of my faves!
Little Northern Bakehouse Bagels
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Little Northern Bakehouse is another great brand if you are looking for gluten free bagels that are also vegan-friendly! There are four bagel varieties to choose from: Plain, Everything, Cinnamon Raisin, and Blueberry. They are all certified gluten free, vegan, and non-GMO!
Use Little Northern Bakehouses Product Locator to find the closest store to you that carries these bagels. You can usually find their products at health food stores like Whole Foods, Sprouts, and The Fresh Market. If you would prefer to shop online, check to see if their bagels are in stock. You might also be able to have these shipped to you with Instacart.
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Buckwheat Cinnamon Raisin Bagels
Buckwheat Cinnamon Raisin Bagels! Gluten-free, vegan and easy to make!
Im so excited to share this recipe with you all! These buckwheat bagels are one of the best gluten-free bread-like baked goods Ive ever made! They are made of healthy, nutrient-rich ingredients like buckwheat, flaxseed and psyllium husk. They taste amazing fresh, but also freeze then toast up beautifully.
For a bagel, they are pretty high in protein and fiber, which makes these the perfect breakfast option when youre craving something warm and bready. My kids love these bagels and I always make a double batch to toast up and spread with almond butter for weekday breakfasts or snacks. I think youll love these too!
Most bagels require boiling in a baking soda bath, but these bagels turn out really delicious without that step. They are surprisingly easy to make!
Here is a visual for the steps:
1. Mix together the dry ingredients in a stand mixer.
2. Mix together the yeast, maple syrup, and water.
3. Add the ground flaxseed and psyllium to the yeast mixture and whisk to combine.
4. With the mixer running on low, pour the wet into the dry.
5. Mix on medium-high speed for 5 minutes. The dough should look like thick cookie dough.
6. Shape into bagels and let rise 35-40 minutes.
7. Bake, cool, then enjoy!
Are Bagels Gluten Free
Nearly every grocery store nowadays carries gluten-free bagels, so youre bound to find one of the brands on this list no matter where you shop!
Most of the bagels at the grocery store will be made from wheat products. But the gluten free bagel brands on this list are safe for anyone suffering from celiac disease or gluten sensitivities.
For each brand, you can read the description to find out what varieties of GF bagels they offer, where you can buy them in stores and online, and other food certifications they have .
Because ingredients can change at any time, be sure to always read the most updated label information before purchasing any of the products on this list. If you find any more great gluten-free bagels at the grocery store, leave a comment so I can add them to the list!
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All Canyon Bakehouse products are certified gluten-free, and they have 5 different bagel varieties to choose from! Whether you want plain, everything, cinnamon-raisin, deli white, or blueberry bagels, you can be sure that Canyon Bakehouses are gluten free and Kosher.
You can find Canyon Bakehouse GF bagels in the freezer aisle of many stores, including Walmart, Target, Kroger, Safeway, Whole Foods, Publix, Sprouts, and more. Use their store locator to find a store near you. You can also see if these bagels can be shipped to you with Instacart!
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How To Make Healthy Homemade Cinnamon Raisin Bagels:
Do I Have To Boil The Bagels Before I Bake Them
Boiling the bagels prior to baking them is a very important step. It allows them to hold their shape in the oven and helps them develop that chewy golden-brown exterior. The sugar and baking soda in the water will also help create that caramelized crust, as will the egg whites brushed on top of the bagels.
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Gluten Free Cinnamon And Raisin Bagels
Try our tasty cinnamon and raisin bagel recipe. Perfect for a sweet snack or toasted as part of a delicious breakfast.
large slotted spoon
1. Preheat oven to 200°C/180°CFan/Gas Mark 6. Lightly oil a spare mixing bowl, ready for later.
2. In a separate large bowl mix the flour, sugar, salt, yeast, cinnamon and raisins. Make a well in the centre, pour in 300ml of hand-hot water and mix together with a pallet knife to form a soft dough.
3. Turn out onto a floured work surface and knead until smooth before shaping into a ball. Place in the lightly oiled bowl, cover with clingfilm and leave in a warm place for an hour until it has doubled in size.
4. Lightly oil a large baking sheet.
5. Knock back and knead for 1 minutes. Cut into 8 equal pieces and roll into balls. Using a finger covered in flour, make a 2.5cm hole in the centre of each ball and transfer to the baking sheet. Leave in a warm place for 30 minutes until nearly doubled in size. While they are proving, fill a wok or large pan with boiling water add 2 tbsp sugar and leave to a steady, rolling low boil.
6. Drop the bagels, one at a time, into a large pan of boiling water and cook for 30 seconds on each side. Remove with a slotted spoon or fish slice, drain well and return to the baking sheet.
Best enjoyed on the day of baking or can be frozen for up to 1 month.
What Youll Need
These easy gluten-free bagels start with a fool-proof ingredient lineup. Enter the items below.
- Brown Rice Flour: You can find this in the natural foods aisle or the gluten-free section of your local grocery store.
- Tapioca Starch: Also called tapioca flour.
- Potato Starch: Not to be confused with potato flour, which is totally different.
- Millet Flour: This is made from a ground grain in the same family as grass.
- Light Brown Sugar: Dont leave this out it adds that hint of malt flavor that makes traditional bagels so tasty.
- Active Dry Yeast: To facilitate the rise of the dough.
- Xanthan Gum: A gluten-free baking staple, this acts as a binder.
- Kosher Salt
- Large Eggs: You will need two eggs plus two additional yolks. Make sure you reserve the extra whites for brushing over the bagels.
- Grapeseed Oil: Or canola oil.
- Water: Youll need some for the dough and more to boil the bagels prior to baking them.
- Baking Soda: To supplement the yeast.
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