Monday, February 15, 2010

Sweet Bagel Chips

My daughter had a friend visit for the weekend.  The friend's mom was going to a convention, so as a thank-you for watching her daughter, the mom brought over a big bag of bagels.  The plain ones served as breakfast the next day, and we munched on the chocolate and raisin/chocolate combo bagels as snacks.  But this morning I still had four chocolate and three raisin/chocolate bagels, which were very, very stale.

So, I thought, why not make bagel chips?

Instead of seasoning them with garlic powder or onion powder, as I would for a plain bagel, I sprinkled them with sugar.  Adding cinnamon would also be tasty on a raisin bagel.  We had these for a snack today - delicious!  And I feel good using up something that would otherwise have gone in the garbage.

Sweet Bagel Chips

6 bagels (chocolate, raisin, or blueberry flavored)
3 tbsp. sugar

Slice bagels lengthwise, then each half lengthwise again to make 4 circles.  (If the bagels are very thick, slice into 6 circles. Place on a cookie sheet, cut side up.  Sprinkle sugar over slices.  Bake in a 350 degree oven for 10-15 minutes, or until crisp.

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