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Tue, May 30 2017 post by Callie From asweetpotatopie

Unicorn Bagels with Rhodes Dinner rolls

These unicorn bagels are not only super yummy but so easy to make!

 Did you know you could make bagels from dinner rolls? This is such a fun recipe you can even help your kids make with you. I made this for my son’s 8th birthday and it was such a special treat. These Unicorn bagels are fun to look at and yummy to eat.  

What you will need:

I bag Rhodes Dinner rolls

red, blue, purple, green, pink, yellow and red food coloring

Icing in a can

Confetti sprinkles

First you need to buy a bag of Rhodes dinner rolls at the supermarket in the freezer section. To make two bagels, you six rolls and let them completely thaw out. It will take 1 ½-2 hours.

Once they are thawed out, get out your food coloring to color the rolls. I used red, blue, yellow, purple, pink, and green. Then cut the roll in half.

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After cutting the dough in half, stack the colored dough on top of each other, alternating colors. 

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 Next sprinkle some flour onto a clean and flat surface. Spread some flour on a rolling pin and roll out the stacks of dough flat. Each stack makes one bagel.

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Roll out the dough as flat as you can. The flatter the dough, the easier it is to make into a bagel.

 Next make the dough into a circle with a hole in the middle. Then pinch the sides of the dough together so it makes a complete circle. Then get some boiling water on the stove and drop the bagels into the water for 1-2 minutes on each side. Next heat the oven to 450 degrees. Once you take the bagels out of the water, put them on a greased cookie sheet and cook in the oven for 15-20 minutes or until the tops are slightly brown.

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Now to the fun part! Once the bagels have cooled down a little, cut them in half. I used a can of icing with built in tips to pipe on icing on the bottom part of the bagel. Then I topped them with confetti sprinkles. Put the top back on the bagel and enjoy!

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The top of my bagel got a little more brown than I would have liked, so I put some of the icing in a bowl, microwaved it until it was liquid then drizzled it out the top. That is optional but when it more icing a bad thing? Enjoy!





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Unicorn Bagles

Servings: 6 | Skills: | Prep Time: 30 min (not including thaw time) | Bake Time: 15-20 min

Unicorn Bagles
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Ingredients

I bag Rhodes Dinner rolls
red, blue, purple, green, pink, yellow and red food coloring
Icing in a can
Confetti sprinkles

Instructions

To make two bagels, take six rolls and let them completely thaw out. It will take 1 ½-2 hours. (I use a zip lock bag.)

Once thawed, use food coloring to color the rolls. Use red, blue, yellow, purple, pink, and green. Kneed the food coloring into the dough. Use one roll per color.

After cutting the dough in half, stack the colored dough on top of each other, alternating colors.

Next sprinkle some flour onto a clean and flat surface. Spread some flour on a rolling pin and roll out the stacks of dough flat. Each stack makes one bagel.

Roll out the dough as flat as you can. The flatter the dough, the easier it is to make into a bagel.

Next make the dough into a circle with a hole in the middle. Then pinch the sides of the dough together so it makes a complete circle. Then get some boiling water on the stove and drop the bagels into the water for 1-2 minutes on each side.

Next heat the oven to 450 degrees. Once you take the bagels out of the water, put them on a greased cookie sheet and bake in the oven for 15-20 minutes or until the tops are slightly brown.

Once the bagels have cooled down a little, cut them in half. Use a can of icing with built in tips to pipe on icing on the bottom part of the bagel. Then I topped them with confetti sprinkles. Put the top back on the bagel and enjoy!

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