Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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bagel holes

like donut munchkins, except bagels
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bagel holes would be round, bite-sized snacks, like mini bagels. they can come in any variety, like bagels. after being made, they can be filled with any creamcheese, jelly, cheese, or whatever.

just like donuts are made as rings with the hole absent, so are bagels. the bagel hole is just a marketing name prototype.

I came close to accomplishing this, as a friends parents run a bagel shop. they like the idea, but the father said he is old and tired and wants to sell the buisness.

HeloDarqness, Oct 04 2006

Scroll down to the ninth pic. https://web.archive...om/our_products.htm
[2 fries shy of a happy meal, Oct 04 2006]

polo holes http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/h2g2/A3073655
waste not, want not... [po, Oct 04 2006]


       Too tasty not to be baked. [link]   

       I don't know how doughnuts are made where you are but all I have seen here are made with the hole already there at the time of manufacture.
webfishrune, Oct 04 2006

       I'm sure i've seen them in some bagel shop or other.This idea is baked (but poached first - lol).   

       It's never made sence though, because bagels are made of strips of dough, formed into rings. No holes are cut into them.   

       and as far as filling them, well it sounds good, but the inside of a bagel is much denser than the inside of a jelly doughnut. It would be very hard to push the filling in with a pastry bag. you'd have to form the hole before baking, somehow.   

       Then you could sell tiny "bagel hole holes! lol!
-wess, Oct 04 2006

       I'm gonna bone this one just because they would get stuck in my toaster.
LED Prism, Oct 04 2006


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