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Make These Crazy Simple 2 Ingredient Air Fryer Bagels

10 min Serves 4

2 Ingredient Air Fryer Bagels

Ingredients

  • 1 cup self-rising flour
  • 1 cup zero fat Greek yogurt, plain
  • 1 egg (for egg wash) - optional
  • Any desired bagel toppings such as poppy seeds, sesame seeds, etc.

Directions

1

Mix flour and yogurt in a mixing bowl. Combine into a tacky dough.


2

Sprinkle flour onto a cutting board and roll dough into a ball.  Cut dough ball into fourths.


3

Using your hand, roll each dough ball into a bagel shape and pinch edges together.


4

Place two at a time in a greased air fryer basket. Brush the tops of bagels with an egg wash (optional).


5

Set the timer and cook for 10 minutes at 330 degrees Fahrenheit.


6

Remove from air fryer. Brush with a melted butter (optional) and season as desired.

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These 2 ingredient air fryer bagels use only Greek yogurt and self-rising flour

Want “from scratch” bagels in just 10 minutes?

Try creating delicious, chewy homemade 2 ingredient air fryer bagels with only Greek yogurt and self-rising flour as the main ingredients. For real! 😮 Plus, they only take ten minutes cook time using the air fryer! Just add your desired toppings and they’re ready to eat.

Top these 2 ingredient air fryer bagels with your favorite seeds cheeses, and more

As you know, I’m obsessed with my air fryer and have been testing out all kinds of recipe ideas to share with you all. I’m happy to report that this clever 2 ingredient bagel idea is a definite winner! You can serve as is or make a yummy bagel sandwich!

Hip Tip: Make sure to use zero fat Greek plain yogurt, and if there’s liquid on top, drain it first.

Self-rising flour is one of the ingredients in these 2 ingredient air fryer bagels


2 Ingredient Air Fryer Bagels

There are only 2 main ingredients in these delicious air fryer bagels!

Ingredients

  • 1 cup self-rising flour
  • 1 cup zero fat Greek yogurt, plain
  • 1 egg (for egg wash) - optional
  • Any desired bagel toppings such as poppy seeds, sesame seeds, etc.

Directions

1

Mix flour and yogurt in a mixing bowl. Combine into a tacky dough.


2

Sprinkle flour onto a cutting board and roll dough into a ball.  Cut dough ball into fourths.


3

Using your hand, roll each dough ball into a bagel shape and pinch edges together.


4

Place two at a time in a greased air fryer basket. Brush the tops of bagels with an egg wash (optional).


5

Set the timer and cook for 10 minutes at 330 degrees Fahrenheit.


6

Remove from air fryer. Brush with a melted butter (optional) and season as desired.

Additional Notes

  • You can also bake these in a traditional oven; however, the cook time will be closer to 20-25 minutes.

Recipe adapted from SkinnyTaste.com


These 2 ingredient air fryer bagels were so good, they disappeared within minutes

These 2 ingredient air fryer bagels taste AMAZING!

For only a couple main ingredients and very little cooking time, this is a definite must try recipe! I love that there’s no yeast required, no boiling, and the dough comes together easily.

Hip Tip: Don’t have self-rising flour? For each cup of all-purpose flour, add 2 teaspoons of baking powder + 1/2 teaspoon of salt.

You can even slice and toast these 2 ingredient air fryer bagels

Love everything-flavored bagels?

I do, too! Ideally, my favorite is Everything Bagel Seasoning like Trader Joe’s carries! I didn’t have that on hand, so I combined poppy seeds, sesame seeds, garlic flakes, onion flakes, and salt to make my own. It’s so good!

It’s also worth mentioning that this is a Weight Watchers idea and is said to be 3 smart points per bagel. Consider using this simple dough in other ways too, like breadsticks, pizza, calzones, etc!

And let me know when you do, because I’ll be right over to help taste test. 🤣


Written by Lina for Hip2Save. Lina is a proud mom of 2 small kids who loves photography, all holidays, cooking, thrift store makeovers, bargain shopping, and DIY makeovers. Her goal is to create a beautiful life and stylish home on a dime! Check out all of Lina’s DIY/CRAFTS and RECIPES created just for Hip2Save.

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Comments 62

  1. ilovelinaonhip2save

    Lina! Thanks for another wonderful idea! I always look forward to seeing your creative ideas, so motivational!

    • Lina D

      Oh my goodness – my day is made! Thanks so much ❤️

  2. Jazz

    Hey Lina, thanks for the grt ideas!
    I just made 5min donuts and they came out so good and were so so yummy. My kids just loved it. Will definitely try these bagels too.
    Thank you 🙂

  3. Jazz

    Hey Lina, thanks for the grt ideas!
    I just made 5min donuts and they came out so good and were so so yummy. My kids just loved it. Will definitely try these bagels too.
    Thank you 🙂

  4. kimmy8

    ok sooo trying this .
    thanks for the recipes
    I’ve had my fryer over a year and haven’t really made anything from scratch or fresh except to cook frozen foods.
    I’m excited to try these.
    the sweet potato fries yum

    • Lina D

      I think you’ll love it!

  5. 50ShadesofLipstick

    Trader Joe’s makes an amazing product called “Everything but the Bagel” sesame seasoning blend. It is a MUST, if you make homemade bagels and breads!

    • CO Mama

      Yes! Was just coming to say this! LOVE Everything But The Bagel Sprinkles 😍

    • Lina D

      Yes! I want to try it!

  6. Jessica

    where can we find all your air fryer recipes? I just bought one and am excited to try it out.

  7. Tracy

    Thank you! These look so yummy. Has anyone tried making these with a gluten free flour?

    • Lina D

      I have not personally tried – but I read you defiantly can. Don’t forget to add the baking powder and salt 👍

    • Kathleen

      I tried making with Namaste GF flour. I added the baking powder and cooked them for the time stated. Mine turned out very gummy inside. I will try again soon

  8. Juli

    Love the recipes!!!
    Any chance you have any gluten free “bread” ones that you coul share? Donuts, bagels, etc….. buying gf bread products totoally breaks the bank

    • coolrocks

      If you have an aldi near you they have a ton of gluten free products for extremely decent prices.. I love their gluten free bread

  9. Opie

    Yikes, these look awful. This is an insult to bagels.

    • Beverly

      LOL, I am a NYer and therefore a bagel snob. I was wondering how good could these bagels really be? Opie, I wouldn’t put them down until you taste them. I think the idea of making them fresh at home in the air fryer is really cool. If u knew something about baking science u would know that yogurt + self rising flour has all the ingredients u need to bake bread…or in this case, bagels. On the other hand, it’s not a bagel without NY water!

  10. Ruby

    It says they can be baked in a regular oven at the twice the time. An air fryer is small table top convection oven. So if you bake them in a regular convection oven instead, the time should be the same.

    • Lina D

      It’s a smaller space so takes less time. I actually just used this dough for a diff purpose and took 25 min in my oven – hope that helps. Try it! 👍

      • coolrocks

        You can use this same concept to make pizza .. which is delicious btw

        • Lina D

          Yes! I love that idea 👍

  11. Amie

    These are good!

    • Lina D

      Great! Thanks for sharing Amie!

  12. Moni B.

    Thank u so much. How about whole-wheat bagels? Trying to eat healthier. Is that possible with an air fryer? I will def try this in my as-of-yet unopened air fryer box!

  13. erika maxwell

    I know that yogurt and sour cream can be exchanged for each other in certain recipes. Would this be one, or is there something different about Greek yogurt where sour cream wouldn’t work in this instance?

    • Lina D

      I don’t believe you can substitute sour cream in this instance.

  14. Wanda K

    If you use a regular oven what temperature do you use? Could I use regular flavored yogurt?

    • hellfiregainz

      No, it would make the dough too runny. Greek yogurt is thicker.

  15. Chelle L.

    Want to try this. Sounds delicious but do you happen to know what the carbs would be?

    • Judy

      I don’t know – but if your flour shows how much is in one cup, and your yogurt shows the content of 8oz, just add them and divide by 4. It should be close.

  16. Lin

    Thanks Lina! Love your posts. Do you know if I can substitute the AP flour for almond flour?

    • Lina D

      I’ve heard it comes out sticky —however, I’ve heard you could add a teaspoon of gluten free baking powder to the basic fathead keto dough, which is cream cheese, mozz cheese, egg, and almond flour…and it should rise. I’m going to try it soon! <3 Hope that helps!

  17. Susan Johnson

    Could I use almond or coconut flour to make these low carb?

  18. hellfiregainz

    I do something similar but cut the flour in half and use protein powder for the remaining half.

    • Lina D

      That’s smart!! Thanks for sharing 👍

  19. Tara

    I love two ingredient dough. I use it for my pizza dough, pretzels and have made cinnamon rolls.

    • Lina D

      That’s fantastic!

  20. JES

    I guess I’m gonna have to breakdown and order an air fryer, these look so yummy!

  21. Jennifer

    I think you convinced me….. Which airfryer should I get ? Any deals out there

  22. Maite Cabrera

    I loooooove bagels!!!! Don’t have an air fryer but I do have an oven and I can’t wait to try this recipe. Thank you so much!!!😊

    • Lina D

      You’re so welcome!

  23. Rachael

    These are so good and so easy! I’ve only made in the oven, but got an air fryer yesterday and I cannot wait to make them in the air fryer! I see a fried egg bagelwich in my future!

    • Lina D

      YES! Let us know how you like your air fryer! 👍

  24. Nicole

    Sorry if I missed it, buy nutrition facts? Carb count?

  25. erika maxwell

    I made these today using the self rising flour substitute and 2% Greek yogurt. They turned out like biscuits, not bagels. Tasty, but not bagels.

  26. erika maxwell

    So when you say a cup of yogurt, do you mean 8 oz, or just the single 5.3 oz standard yogurt cup?That might be my problem.

  27. KK

    Just made these and they were perfect! Highly recommend!

    • Lina D

      Thanks for sharing! ❤️

  28. Gus

    When you say 1 cup of yogurt, do you mean one typical packaged cup of yogurt (6 oz) or 1 measuring cup?

    Thanks!
    Gus

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      I just used a measuring cup. Hope that helps 👍

      • Gus

        Perfect…thank you!

  29. April

    I would like to by an air flyer but not sure which one to buy. In Canada I do not have much choice to pick from. I have a tfal one but cannot do to much with it.

  30. Lorie

    It wasn’t that I didn’t believe this would work, wasn’t sure I could make it work! They were easy, great pictures to follow (thank u for that), BUT REALLY GOOD!!!!!! For one person perfect think I will leave them in a minute or two longer next time so the inside is a little more done. I love my air fryer, cook mostly from scratch except fries, I have a smaller one perfect for one or two. Love your sight thanks for your hard work and making cooking fun!!!!!

  31. Joan

    I am struggling with the dough. Very sticky and hard to handle. I add a little additional flour but that doesn’t help. I know many use Fage yogurt and I am using Oikos. Appreciate any tips. Thank you.

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Ya it is a sticky dough in general. Making sure to flour your hands and the cutting board you’re working on is helpful.

  32. Linde

    Would it be possible to add asiago cheese to the batter and have them turn out? And of course, tons on top!!

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