Monday, January 25, 2010

Friend Makin Monday and Bagels





Meet Katie from Sneaker Teacher
She is also an American living in Germany.
 She is a teacher, exercise queen, wife, baker and crafty gal 
not only is she teaching but she is also working on her doctorate.
She designed her own blog....it's really good, loves her TV shows and much more! 
Please stop by and say HI!


I'm always happy to find other Americans living aboard it is helpful and resourceful. I'm really happy I found Katie she posted recipe on Homemade bagels! You see you can't find Bagels here....seriously!
On Saturday I made Bagels for my family.....they were delish!





Cinnamon sugar Bagel before cooked





I made only a small batch of 8, because I ran out of flour and it was too cold to go to store! I made raisin one, cranberry one, 3 cinnamon sugar, 2 plain and 1 salt.





Boiling in water
then bake......yummy!





Finished product!! My family loved them, thanks Katie for sharing your recipe!!


Stop by and get the recipe from Katie and tell her Frau sent you!

33 comments:

angelcel said...

This will be an interesting recipe for me to try out because a type of bagel is sold here in the UK and I can't for one minute think that it is anything like the real thing - seriously, it's like a disc of tasteless cardboard!

I liked your 'blind' visit to the museum yesterday BTW. I'm really, really surprised at no English translations - must have made for an interesting experience. :D

honeypiehorse said...

What, you boil bagels??

Sonya said...

I really miss Bagels..I need to try and make some myself..my list os long of all the things I want to make from home..Have a great day!

Debra said...

I bet they were great! What a treat. It must be wonderful for you meeting other Americans living in Germany. You've got me wanting a crusty bagel with strawberry jam now. Have a good day.

kks said...

the bagels look wonderful!
xo

Attila The Mom said...

Those look fantastic!

Mrs. Lovely said...

I really want a bagel now..

Lee the Hot Flash Queen said...

I am so impressed that you made those!! Will have to pay her a visit!

Joyce said...

Wow, I've never seen a recipe for bagels. Glad you found them...we missed bagels in Europe too. I'm now living in what I think is the bagel capital of the world : ) NJ...in fact right down the road is a little shop called "The Best Bagels in NJ"

preppyplayer said...

Now that's what I call being proactive AND adaptive!
They look great :)

beth said...

yum...I have never ever made bagels since we have a bagel shop right down the road, but wow, these are fantastic !

Just a Plane Ride Away said...

LOL! Isn't it funny the lengths you will go for a decent bagel? We make asiago bagels ;-)

Traci said...

Oh my goodness! Those look yummy, yummy, yummy!
Life is just better with bagels, isn't it?
:-)

KT said...
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KT said...

Oh wow, you are too sweet! Thanks for the bloggy love :0).

Glad your bagels came out good. I didn't make any on Sunday, but I will next weekend. I was too busy studying!!!

<3 Katie

Andrea said...

WOW!!

Hope you have an awesome week!!
Blessings, andrea

Ronda said...

Those look great! I'm going to get the recipe and give them a try!! Thanks.
XOXO

Ina in Alaska said...

Oh what lovely bagels, Frau, they turned out so well!!!! I am sure a good time was had by all biting into a nice, fresh bagel, and an assortment too!!! xoxo

Aha! It's The Obnoxious SAHM said...

looks awesome!

I replied to you in my comments btw :)

Confessions From A Working Mom said...

That looks sooooo good! We love bagels in our house, but the nearest bakery (re: Brugger's) that sells them is on the other side of town. And cinnamon sugar is my favorite-- although, they're so tasty, they should be considered a dessert IMHO!

~Elizabeth
Confessions From A Working Mom

anne h said...

I remember my time living in Frankfort Am Main...
Beautiful and cold and lots of good food and beer.
Even the raw dough looks good!

Deidra said...

Homemade bagels?!?!?! Wonderful!

Kristina P. said...

I have never made a bagel in my life! Looks awesome.

SamiJoe said...

oooh i am sooo doing that! it looked easy...was it??

i love bagels!

Shady Lady said...

Those bagels look amazing!!

heidi said...

YUM, they look delish!!!!!

Joanna Jenkins said...

No bagels in Germany would be a deal breaker for me.

Thanks for introducing us to Katie.

Have a great week.

xo

blueviolet said...

omg, they look good!!!!!! I've never had a cinnamon one before! :)

Pink Martini said...

This is so adventurous! Of all the baking I do I am not very good with bread dough. I wonder why that is but I heard Rachel Ray say she is just not a baker so I guess to each their own. These look delicious. I am now craving cinnamon sugar bagels at 1:30 AM. Thank you very much! ;)

christina said...

Pssst! You can find bagels here, but they are very shy and are never around when you need them. Some bakeries and supermarkets have gotten the hint though and do stock them but it's hit and miss. There used to be a Bagel Brothers at Bahnhofstr. 6 but I'm reading that they may have closed.

Your homemade ones look way better than store bought, though! Yum!

Anonymous said...

that bagel brothers in bremen, bahnhofstraße 6 re-opened. they have brownies and carrot cake too. 10.000 of calories per portion I think but so delicious!

Keia

Suzy said...

Those look yummy but I dont have to make them. I can walk to the corner and buy one!

allycupe said...

I must be missing something, I can't find the recipe!!