Snickerdoodle Bagels with Cinnamon Crunch Topping

At one point, I was going to be a high-powered journalist. My pencil would be ever-sharp, mob bosses would confess their guilt before my waiting tape recorder, and I’d eat a giant Snickerdoodle Bagel with Cinnamon Crunch Topping every morning for breakfast.

Snickerdoodle Bagels with Cinnamon Crunch Topping. Homemade bages that taste just like a snickerdoodle cookie!

I will admit that this mental picture has a few snags. Actual journalists probably haven’t used tape recorders since Home Alone days (shout out to the Talkboy!), and I’m about as likely to confront a mob boss as give up chocolate (ahem, never). The Snickedoodle Bagel, however, is non-negotiable.

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I’ve always loved to write, and in high school I became deeply entrenched in my school’s newsmagazine. Every Saturday before we went to print, the staff gathered in our 1980s classroom “office” and worked until the pages were ready for press. Our fuel: adolescent energy, bad 1990s pop, and an endless supply of Panera bagels.

My mandatory intake those mornings was two consecutive cinnamon crunch bagels, each topped with a solid inch of hazelnut cream cheese. Today’s Snickerdoodle Bagels are my updated twist this Panera classic, but are much healthier, a quality I didn’t value as a 16-year-old. Don’t worry—these bagels still rock the addictive cinnamon crunch topping, and they taste just like a snickerdoodle cookie!

How to make cinnamon swirled bagels-step by stepSnickerdoodles have a subtle, signature “tang” from cream of tartar, and I added just enough to the bagels to give them that same flair. I also wanted the cinnamon-sugar to stand out, so instead of mixing it into the dough where I feared it would be lost, I dusted it over my counter, then kneaded the dough in it a few times. Not only does the cinnamon-sugar shine, it makes pretty swirls on the inside of the bagels too.

This is the part of the homemade bagel process where I feel as if I’m poking the Pillsbury Doughboy’s tummy. Whoo hoo!

Homemade Snickerdoodle Bagels with Step-by-Step tutorial

If you’ve never made homemade bagels, they are surprisingly simple. The dough is firm and easy to work with, and although the additional step of boiling the bagels might sound daunting, it really only adds about 8 minutes to the overall prep time and is completely worth it. A good bagel must be chewy, not dense, and boiling is an important step to achieve that perfect texture.

Snickerdoodle Bagels - Soft and chewy homemade bagels that taste like snickerdoodle cookies

I’m thrilled to be sharing Snickerdoodle Bagels to support Stop Hunger Now, an international hunger relief organization. One in every eight people in the world goes to bed hungry each night, and Stop Hunger Now is working to alleviate that need by providing nutritional meals, as well as by supporting education and health care to break the cycle of hunger. In 2013, roughly 125,000 Stop Hunger Now volunteers packaged more than 42 million meals for recipients in 30 countries. That is powerful.

I care deeply about the availability of nutritious food, but when it comes to figuring out what I can actually do to confront global issues as massive as world hunger, my default reaction is often to do…nothing. I realize this isn’t the answer. We should all do something, even if it is just a little something, and we don’t need to travel across the world to do it. We can make a positive impact right here, right where we are.

I and a few fellow bloggers are joining Red Star Yeast’s campaign to raise awareness and funds for Stop Hunger Now. Red Star Yeast is donating a portion of its proceeds from purchases to providing meals and life saving aid to children and families across the globe, through Stop Hunger Now—their goal is to provide over 200,000 meals annually.

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We also want to encourage you to begin working in your community by baking a special recipe, then sharing it with someone in your life. Each blogger has posted a recipe that yields enough treats for you both to keep some to enjoy and to give to someone else. You can learn more about the campaign here and stay up to date on social media with #BakingTheWorldBetter.

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Snickerdoodle Bagels - Soft and chewy homemade bagels that taste just like a snickerdoodle cookie!

From my editor’s desk to your kitchen: Snickedoodle Bagels with Cinnamon Crunch Topping—the inch of hazelnut cream cheese is optional.

Snickerdoodle Bagels with Cinnamon Crunch Topping

Soft and chewy homemade bagels with cinnamon crunch topping that taste just like a snickerdoodle cookie!

Yield: 8 large bagels

Prep Time: 25 minutes

Cook Time: 25 minutes

Total Time: 2 hours 50 minutes

Ingredients:

For the Bagels

  • 1/3 cup granulated sugar
  • 1 tablespoon cinnamon
  • 1 tablespoon Red Star Platinum Instant Yeast
  • 2 cups all purpose flour (or substitute bread flour)
  • 2 cups white whole wheat flour (or substitute all purpose or bread flour)
  • 3 tablespoons vital wheat gluten (optional—will yield a softer bagel; omit if using bread flour)
  • 1 tablespoon cream of tartar
  • 1 tablespoon brown sugar
  • 2 teaspoons salt
  • 1 1/2 cups water

For the Water Bath

  • 4 cups water
  • 2 tablespoons brown sugar

For the Cinnamon Crunch Topping

  • 1/4 cup white sugar
  • 1/4 cup brown sugar
  • 3 teaspoons cinnamon

Directions:

  1. In a small bowl, combine the cinnamon and sugar. Set aside.
  2. In a large mixing bowl, combine the yeast, all purpose flour, white whole wheat flour, vital wheat gluten, cream of tartar, brown sugar, and salt. Place the water in a microwave-safe measuring cup, then heat to the temperature specified by the yeast manufacturer (Red Star Platinum is 120 to 130 degrees F). Add the water to the dry ingredients, then stir to moisten the flour. Knead the dough by mixer fitted with a dough hook for 10 minutes on medium low speed or by hand for 10 to 15 minutes on a lightly floured work surface. The dough should be very stiff, smooth, and hold its shape.
  3. Clear your work surface, then sprinkle it generously with the cinnamon and sugar mixture. Knead the dough on top of the cinnamon sugar by a few turns to incorporate the mixture and form a swirl. Transfer the dough to a lightly greased mixing bowl, then cover and set aside to rise until noticeably puffy, 1 to 1 1/2 hours (the dough may not double).
  4. Divide the dough into 8 portions, then roll each into a smooth, round ball. Set the balls on a lightly greased cookie sheet, then cover with plastic wrap lightly misted with cooking spray and let rest for 30 minutes.
  5. While the dough is resting, prepare the water bath. Bring the water to a low boil in a deep, wide pot. Preheat your oven to 425°F. Lightly grease a large baking sheet with cooking spray or line with parchment paper or a silpat mat.
  6. Once the dough has rested, use your index finger to poke a hole through the center of each ball, then lift the ring and twirl it around your finger to stretch the hole until it is roughly 2 inches in diameter (the entire bagel will be about 4 inches across). Transfer to the prepared baking sheet and repeat with the remaining dough.
  7. Working four bagels at a time (if your pan is not large enough, work in smaller batches), carefully transfer the bagels to the simmering water. If necessary, increase the heat to return the water to a gently simmering boil. Cook the bagels for 2 minutes on the first side, flip, then cook 1 additional minute. With a slotted spoon or spatula, remove the bagels from the water and place them back on the baking sheet. Repeat with the remaining bagels.
  8. Combine the topping ingredients (brown sugar, granulated sugar, and cinnamon), then sprinkle the mixture evenly over the bagels, using the full amount. Bake the bagels for 20 to 25 minutes, until golden. Transfer to a wire rack to cool completely.

Bagels are best enjoyed the day they are made, but can be kept at room temperature in a zip-top bag for up to 2 days. So that all may enjoy while they are fresh, keep four for yourself, and give four away! Bagels may also be wrapped tightly in plastic wrap or foil and frozen for up to 3 months.

Don’t miss these other #BakingTheWorldBetter recipes from participating bloggers!

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About Erin Clarke

I'm fearlessly dedicated to making healthy food taste incredible. Wearer of plaid, lover of bourbon, and firmly convinced that sweets and veggies both deserve a place at the table. MORE ABOUT ERIN...

224 comments

  1. Great bagel for a great cause, Erin! I love the poking hole in the middle part. And the mob boss thing could still happen. A girl’s gotta dream!

  2. Your recipe looks great but I love doughnuts and would go with the Chocolate Glazed Pumpkin Doughnuts.

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  7. I LOVE making homemade bagels, and these look fan-freaking-tastic. I’m also loving the pumpkin donuts on that pinterest board~!

  8. My kids aren’t big sweets lovers.(Where did I go wrong?) But they would really like the no-knead dinner rolls.

  9. These look amazing! Love the photo of you poking the dough! I was so picturing the Pillsbury Dough Boy and it made me giggle! What a great cause, Erin!

  10. Apple crisp sweet rolls!

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  12. I think that I would try my hand at the no knead dinner rolls!

  13. I have always wanted to tackle bagels! We love cinnamon crunch so I will for sure be tryIng these :)

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  15. The pumpkin challah is beautiful and festive. I would, of course, choose your bagels, b/c snickerdoodles are my weakness; however, *just* baked two batches (1 pumpkin spice-cinnamon + 1 light wheat with savory toppings) for my husband…

  16. My boys love snickerdoodle cookies, so you know they will love these.

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  20. Surprisingly simple sounds right up my alley!!! I need to try this .. homemade bagels have been on my to-try list forever!! Erin, these bagels look so good!!! you’re making me want one right now!!

  21. I worked at Panera in high school, and the days I worked the bakery were dangerous. It was so tempting to buy all the delicious bagels and pastries during my break, after being around them for hours!

  22. Amazing! I want to dive right in with a side of cream cheese. Absolutely lovely!

    Pinned.
    Have an amazing weekend!

  23. Besides your amazing looking bagels, I’d make the Pumpkin Challah. That looks delicious!

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  26. I have never made bagels from scratch before and would love to make yours! Another recipe on that board that looks good is the Apple Cinnamon Pull-Apart Bread.

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  30. Aside from your bagels, of course, I’d love to try the Sweet potato Crescent Rolls!

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  33. You definitely have a gift for writing, and I’m glad you’ve found a place where we can all enjoy it. I know exactly what you mean about the overwhelm of the world’s problems. Sometimes it just takes a little nudge to get me out of my complacency. Thanks for spreading awareness about something so important!

  34. OH MY! I didn’t get any farther than the pic of the Apple crisp sweet rolls! Yowsa!!

  35. I may not be a big bagel fan (it’s the chewiness), but of course I’m a HUGE fan of yours on FB! :)

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  37. One of the best bagel ideas ever, incredible!

  38. Those pumpkin spice cinnamon knots! Love anything mini and pumpkin :)

  39. i made bagels last weekend and it was delightful..i cant wait to try this!!!

  40. Sooo many great recipes. The Apple Cinnamon Streusel Pull Apart Bread grabbed my attention — but with such great choices.

    Your bagels look terrific!

  41. You totally read my mind this morning. I must have been dreaming about cinnamon crunch bagels ;) I totally understand the bad (but oh so loved) 90s pop and Panera bagels – pinned! Hope you win the trip to see your friend :)

  42. from Stephie Cooks Fluffy No-Knead Refrigerator Rolls because everyone loves warm rolls

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  46. I’ve never made homemade bagels, but these look amazing! I definitely want to make the pumpkin donuts on that pinterest board!

  47. Hi Erin! I would totally make the snickerdoodle bagels! I pinned it and plan to bake it and share it very soon!

  48. Hi Erin! I followed Red Star Yest on Pinterest :) Can’t wait to see more of your recipes on their Pinterest site.

  49. Hello, Erin! I now follow The Law Student’s Wife on Pinterest! Keep ’em coming! Love it.

  50. Whenever I make bagels, they end up wrinkly…am I proofing them too long before boiling, you think? Or is my water at too high a boil to begin with?

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  54. I’ve been wanting to try making bagels for a while now and you may have just given me the push that I need!

    I love the sound of those chocolate glazed pumpkin doughnuts from the pinterest board. That filling is calling to me :)

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  64. I might bake pumpkin cinnamon rolls with caramel frosting because I just tried the Trader Joe version (the kind that pops out of a can and has a luscious caramel drizzle included). The TJ rolls were pretty darn good. But if I wanted to make them year-round (and believe me — I really do!) then I’m going to have to attempt to bake them myself!

  65. I’d bake and share Apple Honey Pecan Sticky Buns

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  70. i love the sound of Sweet Potato Crescent Rolls!

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  73. Those Apple crisp sweet rolls have my name all over them!

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  75. Totally repinned in a pinch for you! Hope you win those tickets! As for what to bake from that pinterest board… I CANNOT decide! I’m MOST intrigued by the sweet potato rolls with honey butter, the glazed, stuffed pumpkin doughnuts, and the pull apart streusel bread! Yikes. My waist line is totally headed in the wrong direction!

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  83. I love this, Erin! After visiting the page on Pinterest, I would definitely make either your bagel or the Apple Honey Pecan Sticky Buns. I know I could eat two of these, easy!

  84. These bagels are simply gorgeous! I love the picture of you poking the dough – squeee! I have always wanted to try making bagels and can’t wait to try this. Love the cause too girl – pinned!

  85. Pinned! Good luck!

  86. Looks delicious! Will definetly try and will share! I visited the Stop Hunger Board, and would like to make the Apple Cinnamon Streusel Pull Apart!

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  96. I’ll probably make these bagels over Thanksgiving to wow my family. I might also make the Apple Cinnamon Streusel Pull-Apart Bread – anything apple is a winner in my book!

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  99. Would love to make the Fluffy No Knead Refrigerator Rolls and I an going to make these Snickerdoodle Bagels too!

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  114. I would like to bake and share the Apple Cinnamon Streusel Pull-Apart Bread. Looks delicious, and I love streusel!

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  124. Oh gosh — too many great recipes to choose from! The one that jumps out at me is Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls with Caramel Frosting, but every single recipe looks great.

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  128. I would love to bake the pumpkin donuts for my family!

  129. Oh my goodness – is there anything better than a fresh bagel?? I’ve always been intimidated to make my own, but you’ve given me the courage :)

  130. Apple Streusel Pull Apart Bread since the Law Students Wife’s pull apart was SO amazing, try a new topping!

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    Lots of nice looking dishes on the Stop Hunger Now, but this bagel is one I so want to try, it looks like joy for the taste buds!

  171. These bagels look AMAZING! I can’t wait to try them!

  172. Pumpkin crescent rolls sounds SO delicious. Drooling already.

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  174. I have always been so intimidated by the daunting task of making bagels – and here you go demolishing my every fear! Thanks lady! I so could stuff my face with at least 2 of these cinnamon crusted beauts in one morning! ;)

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  185. Oh my gaaaahhhh, these baglss, I can honestly say they’re amazing (because I was lucky enough to try them in person – THANK YOU!) and my hubby and I may or may not have fought over the last one lol! These are such a winning recipe, can’t wait to try and make them myself! And you as a journalist? I can totally see it…you’re awesome with words girl…I’d be like an old grandma, I’d clip out every article to read :)

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  197. These bagels look awesome! Definitely want to try making these!

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  205. pumpkin cinnamon rolls look delicious

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  207. Aside from these amazing bagles, I would make the no-knead dinner rolls and the cinnamon apple struesel pull apart bread! Yum!

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  213. Holy crap!!! These sound amazing! Like, ridiculously I can’t believe what I’m seeing amazing. Pinning the heck out of this Erin!

  214. oh my GOODNESS this looks absolutely aaaaamazing!!!! Panera, watch out!

  215. Cinn crunch Bagels look amazingly delicious.  Can you freeze them after baking?  I am the only one in my  household   that likes bagels.

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