Homemade Whole Wheat Mini Bagels with Nutella, & a Giveaway
Bake up a big batch of Homemade Whole Wheat Mini Bagels for your Kids‘ Breakfasts! Easy to Make, great for Busy Mornings, and delicious! Especially when topped with Nutella Spread.
Don’t forget to scroll all the way to the bottom of the post, for a fabulous sweepstakes giveaway from Nutella!
I’m about to say something that we’ve all probably heard and said ourselves about a bazillion times over the last week or so, but …
Can you believe the summer’s just about over already???
Seriously. It went so fast this year. It’s like I blinked my eyes, and suddenly I’m buying notebooks and pencil cases.
What a fun summer it was though. I’m so grateful to Nutella and Mode Media for essentially sponsoring my summer here on Baking a Moment. We enjoyed so many yummy treats made with Nutella! Here’s a little recap:
1. Nutella Frosted Brown Butter Banana Whole Wheat Baked Donuts
2. Citrus-y Beer Pretzels with Nutella Dip
3. Nutella S’mores Tart
4. Nutella Yogurt Parfait Breakfast Popsicles
5. Coffee Macarons with Nutella Filling
6. Nutella Crepe Cake with Fresh Raspberries
That is a lot of different ways to enjoy Nutella, am I right?
But the truth is, the number one way Nutella is eaten, at my house anyway, is smeared on a little whole wheat mini bagel. It’s my 5 year old’s favorite breakfast and he eats it on the regular.
Since we talked about my favorite hobby in my last Nutella post (baking, duh), I thought it would be fitting to try and share the happiness baking brings me with a loved one. Since the little guy loves his mini bagels so, and working with dough is such a fun sensory thing for kids, we decided to tackle our own homemade version.
I made the dough and let it rise while they were at camp, so shaping the bagels was a fun afternoon activity for them. By the time we had formed all of them (we made 16 altogether), their attention spans had already run out and I was able to boil and bake them off in peace, while they played in the backyard and watched a Sponge Bob episode.
If you’re a regular reader here, then you probably already know that I’m no expert when it comes to baking with yeast. Give me cake any day, but when it comes to yeast, I haven’t a clue. So, instead of an original recipe developed by moi, I turned to the experts. Click here to follow the same recipe I used. It’s by my friend Sherri, who blogs at The Well Floured Kitchen. She’s an expert baker and she blogs a lot of great, healthy bread recipes, so I knew I could count on Sherri!
I found her tutorial to be easy to follow, and the result really blew us all away! My hubby is a real bagel
snob aficionado, and he really thought they were great. Two thumbs up from Mr. Allie! I may never buy a bag of supermarket bagels again 😉
Don’t forget- Nutella is hosting a big sweepstakes giveaway right now! All you have to to is submit a pic of your favorite Nutella combo to their Tumblr page. Fifty entrants will be chosen to win a fabulous prize pack including:
- Nutella tote bag
- (1) mug
- (1) tumbler
- (1) spreader
- (2) coupons for free jars of Nutella
You can enter a pic per day right up until The Nutella “Spread the Happy” Sweepstakes closes on September 1! Still a whole lotta chances to win 😉
Photo will not be judged. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. Open only to legal residents of the 50 U.S. & D.C. who are 18+ as of the date of entry. Sweepstakes starts on 7/28/14 at 12:00 am ET and ends on 9/1/14 at 11:59pm ET. For complete details, including entry requirements and prizes, see Official Rules available atwww.nutellausa.tumblr.com.
So head over toNutella’s Tumblr page now and submit a pic of your favorite Nutella combo! Good luck, I hope you win!
Nutella® hazelnut spread is a happy start to every day! Pick up a jar of Nutella in the spreads aisle and enjoy it with whole wheat toast, waffles, pancakes, strawberries, bananas and many other foods. Nutella. Spread the Happy™.
Disclosure: Compensation was provided by the makers of Nutella via Mode Media. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Nutella.