Homemade bagel recipe (vegan and wheat free)
I know a lot of people live in areas where they can't find affordable unpackaged bread and need to buy plastic wrapped ones from the supermarket.
With a few easy recipes it is just so easy to make your own.
You want to reduce and refuse plastic but on every grocery shopping trip you just can't find affordable unpackaged bread? Or you don't want to eat so much wheat but can't find wheat free bread? Or the gluten free bread is just too expensive?
Make it yourself! Baking is easy after a couple of try outs, and you will see it will be most likely cheaper and so much tastier.
I just started to make bagels again this week.
I owned a coffee shop once and baked bagels every single day.
Haven't done that in a while though and wasn't sure if I am still good enough to do so. Well it actually was like driving a bike after a couple of years of not driving one. It was easy peasy and I am sooo happy I did it! It is just so delicious and I love the smell of fresh baked goods in the kitchen.
Give it a try! I don't want to lie, it took me a few try outs when I opened the coffee shop a couple years ago until they turned out great (they still were edible though ;)
So if they don't turn out perfect on you first try don't get frustrated, just give it another try...
If you know you won't eat all of the bagels the day you make them, just freeze them after they are cold. They are amazing if you take them out of the freezer and bake them.
You can also just pour a bit of water on top of an one day old bagel and then bake for a couple minutes in your oven at 180 degrees. They will taste and feel like a fresh one.
Homemade spelt bagel (vegan and wheat free)
If you try the recipe I would be happy to see some of you sharing on social media and tagging me so I can see how it turned out! :)
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Hi my name is Jule
I am a nature and ocean lover. A passionate runner and minimalistic traveller. On this blog I share my experiences, thoughts and ideas about the "sustainable lifestyle" and how you can stick to this while traveling.
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