Bagel Slider Buns are miniature bagels for all your slider needs. They’re a little crisp on the bottom, soft and chewy on the inside – exactly how a bagel should be. Don’t be intimidated by making your own bagels – if I can do it, I promise you can too!
I made bagels for you today.
But not just any bagels.
They’re little baby bagel slider buns.
I love sliders. They’re so cute, so versatile. And you don’t have to commit if you don’t like the one you’re eating.
You can easily decide you don’t like that one and move on.
‘Cause they’re so little; i.e. cheap.
I’m really not advocating ditching a slider by any means.
This recipe is inspired by one I found at Half Baked Harvest. She has an amazing line up of extremely delicious looking recipes.
It’s a pretty straightforward, easy to follow recipe, which is very important to me.
You can keep these plain with a little sprinkle of salt, or make “everything” bagels, it’s all up to you. I made a few different bagels, poppy seed and sesame seed and, of course, I made a jalapeno cheese version.
What Are Bagel Slider Buns For?
It has been said that the slider originated with White Castle in the 1920’s, and sold 1 billion by 1961.
I made grilled chicken sliders with mixed lettuce and a new Asian hot sauce I’m obsessed with called Go-Chu-Jang.
It’s sweet and spicy yumminess.
They’re just crispy enough on the outside and soft and chewy on the inside. Exactly how bagels should be.
Yes, my nails need a manicure, as usual. I know, and that won’t change anytime soon.
But, I have a feeling buffalo bacon cheeseburger sliders are in my near future.
Here’s your printable-