Today I’m sharing a fun gluten-free snack that’s a combo of sweet and salty. These gluten-free bagel chips are perfect to pack in lunches or backpacks for a mid day snack! I’m happy to share this new sponsored recipe through my 2017 partnership with Udi’s Gluten Free as an Udi’s ambassador.
These gluten-free cinnamon raisin bagel chips are peanut free, nut-free, soy-free, wheat-free and dairy-free, which makes them a safe snack for most classrooms too! They’re easy to make and are a great choice for a snack that a child helps you make. My friend’s daughter helped me make these the second time. I did the cutting, but she did the rest!
The star of this recipe is of course the gluten-free bagels! I used Udi’s Gluten Free Cinnamon Raisin bagels. They’re soft and chewy and we have them often around here. Udi’s Gluten Free Cinnamon Raisin bagels are not only certified gluten-free, they’re dairy-free, as well as free of nuts and soy.
I buy them at my local Fred Meyer and Albertsons stores. If you can’t find them anywhere near you, you can buy them from Amazon, but they are quite pricey there!
Notes on ingredients for these gluten-free bagel chips:
- Udi’s Gluten Free Cinnamon Raisin Bagels – Check the gluten-free section or gluten-free freezer section of your local stores for these.
- Coconut Sugar – I opted to use coconut sugar due to the color and texture this adds, but you can definitely use regular sugar instead.
- Allspice, salt, cinnamon – these give great flavor!
- Olive oil – Used to brush the bagel slices. You could use a different oil if you prefer.
How to make gluten-free bagel chips:
I sliced each gluten-free bagel into 6 thin slices. Then I laid them out on a parchment paper lined jelly roll pan. (Any cookie sheet with edges would work well – you just don’t want them to slide off!
I brushed the top of each bagel slice with olive oil, then sprinkled with the combined sugar/seasonings.
After baking for 22 minutes, I removed from oven, carefully flipped each bagel chip, then brushed with olive oil and sprinkled with remaining seasoning. They bake for just 15 more minutes – until crispy. After cooling, these can be stored in plastic storage bags or containers.
I just made two bagels worth of bagel chips, so that I ended up with one full pan of bagel chips. You can definitely double this to have enough for a week’s worth of bagel chips for snacking! My son is already wanting me to make another batch for his lunches this first week of school!
Looking for more gluten-free snacks? Check out my article on school safe snacks for your gluten-free kids!
Gluten-free Bagel Chips Recipe:
You can substitute regular sugar for the coconut sugar if you prefer! As an Amazon Associate and member of other affiliate programs, I earn from qualifying purchases.
You can substitute regular sugar for the coconut sugar if you prefer!
As an Amazon Associate and member of other affiliate programs, I earn from qualifying purchases.
This sponsored post was created through my ongoing partnership with Udi’s Gluten Free. As always, all opinions are my own. Collaborating with brands I love allows me to keep bringing you new and varied recipes and tell you about new products that are safe for us celiacs! Thanks for your support!