I've been trying out different recipes for bagels. I prefer a bagel made out of bread flour, but I don't always have it on hand. I think I found one I really like with all purpose flour. I made these today and got 25 bagels, some small, others large...I had fun topping them with shredded cheese, Italian seasoning and garlic and a few with sesame seeds. Egg Bagels: 4 Eggs 2 packets yeast 8 Cups of Flour 2 Cups of Warm water 1/4 Cup of oil 1 Tablespoon of Salt 1 Tablespoon of Sugar Oven 450 Mix all ingredients, knead on floured surface for ten minutes. Let the dough rise 20 min Punch down and divide into 25 balls of dough. Form bagel by either rollling snake like and connecting ends, or leave them in the ball shape, poke a hole with your finger and stretch the dough into bagel shapes (easier for me to do it this way). Let the bagels rise on a greased cookie sheet for 15 minutes. Meanwhile get a big stock pot of water boiling. After the dough has risen, place a few bagels at a time in boiling water and boil for three minutes, flip them once during boiling. Your oven should be heated to 450. Once bagels have boiled, place them back on greased cookie sheet and top with cheese or herbs. Bake for 20 minutes. Bagels are so easy, and they freeze well...if you can get them to last that long. Enjoy!