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Emma

Welcome to the brotherhood. Sisterhood. Well.... welcome. :)

Emma

Sugar water? Cool. I will have to try that next time.

I didn't swing them... wish I had. :)

Kelly

These look lovely, the next thing I will be making

Andrea Lynne Rose

These look so yummy! I could use one of these right now :)

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robyn

they look amazing!!!

Julie

Those look fantastic! I had no idea you had to boil bagels!

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Mel

Emma, can I just say that your baking adventures are so inspiring? I love baking, and I've recently wanted to start branching out, and your post about 52 Loaves was just the push I needed. I checked the book out of the library, and I plan to devour it--along with freshly made bread--over the next year. (There will be quite a few renewals from the library, I guess.) I've always been intimidated by the thought of using yeast, let alone making bagels, but these look too delicious.

Thanks!
Mel

teddi

yes, i knew you had to boil bagels, pretzels too, right?. i've always thought it was weird. that's a friendship you can hold onto, for you know it's nontoxic, (hopefully). plus blueberries are filled with wonderful antioxidants, who couldn't use those?

debbie

blueberries and bagels are two of my favorite foods. Together they are just fab.

Megan West

Blueberry bagels are my favorite. Thanks for sharing this recipe! I will take a stab at this recipe soon. The hubby will be stoookkkeeedddd.

Kacie @ A Collection of Passions

Wow Emma! Those are beautiful! I wish I had one right now to go with my tea and blogging!

Kacie
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hannah alehandra

These look heavenly, i love blueberries!!!

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Aracely Campbell

That look so good! Will have to try it !

lix

I love making bagels, but so far I've stuck to the plain sort. The recipe I use says to boil in sugar water, and it makes them really shiny and beautiful.
The next batch will have to be cinnamon raisin (with honey and cream cheese: YUM) but I totally want to try blueberry bagels soon!
Question: how do you shape them? I like to make a ball, flatten it, stick my finger through the middle and just swing it around for a bit XD

Monica @ Soirees  Such

Yum! I've never had blueberry bagels before, I think I'll try it this weekend. Thanks

Chelsey

Lovely photographs! Blueberries are so photogenic. I've been making my own bagels for a while now, and have been meaning to try new flavor combinations, so these are now on my list! Boiling the dough is what gives bagels and pretzels that dense, chewy texture. The longer you boil, the chewier the end product will be, so I'm told! Good luck with your continuing bread adventures! It's so satisfying cutting into a loaf you made yourself.
xoxo

Emma

Wow those look sooo yummy. I love bagels but I've never had blueberry one's before. Love it!

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xo Emma

Chloe

This looks amazing!!

grace

o yum yum yum yum!


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Katie

uhh, emma....why must you tempt me? :)

Violets and Cardamom

I love bagels, especially blueberry! These look so amazing!!

Nicole

how do you stay so fit with all these goodies that you bake?!

Jaclyn T

Mmmm....that's all. Just...mmmmmmm.

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Holly F.

My son always wants blueberries at the store for snacking, but whenever we buy them, he remembers that he doesn't like them.

This recipe is going to come in handy when that happens again!

Aurora

Sounds like gooood morning :)

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