Air Fryer Asiago Cheese Bagels — Asiago cheese bagels are a delicious, savory breakfast item found in many coffee shops. They are truly unique when prepared in the air fryer! Oh, so good, you will not believe it!
Air Fryer Asiago Cheese Bagels is my copycat bagel recipe from Panera Bread, it’s one of my family’s favorites, so I wanted to make a batch during the summer!
If you have never had an Air Fryer Asiago Cheese Bagel before, it’s a warm bagel, which is topped with asiago cheese, and what a combination!
Who doesn’t love cheese melted upon bread? It creates a beautifully warm and delicious breakfast. And trust me, once you make a batch, you will be coming back for even more.
This is one of the best bagel recipes, which happens to be Weight Watchers Friendly, and clocks in with only a few points.
If you become bagel obsessed like my family and me, here are some great Air Fryer Bagel Recipes to check out, AIR FRYER KETO BAGELS, AIR FRYER STRAWBERRY BAGELS, AIR FRYER JALAPENO AND CHEDDAR BAGELS, AIR FRYER CHEDDAR CHEESE BAGELS, and AIR FRYER WEIGHT WATCHER CINNAMON RAISIN BAGEL RECIPE.
Easy Weight Watcher Bagels
One of the most famous bagel recipes for the air fryer, this is going to be the BEST AIR FRYER BAGEL RECIPE FOR YOU! And once you master this, you will be making them over and over again since you only need a few ingredients, and they are Weight Watcher Friendly!
Healthy, Delicious, and Easy, what’s not to love?
Ingredients Needed For Air Fryer Asiago Cheese Bagels
- Self-Rising Flour
- Greek Yogurt
- Shredded Asiago Cheese
How To Make Air Fryer Asiago Cheese Bagels
In a large mixing bowl combine self-rising flour, yogurt and ½ cup of the cheese, use a wooden spoon to connect.
Lightly flour your surface and lightly knead the dough. Form into a round, and cut into four pieces. Working with one piece at a time, roll each into a 5- to 7-inch rope, then pinch ends together to form a circle. I place a parchment round in my air fryer but you don’t have to. Place the bagels into your air fryer (don’t let them touch, so you may have to do two batches)
Top the bagels evenly with the remaining cheese. Air fry at 350 for 8-10 minutes, checking for doneness.
This recipe requires Greek Yogurt. The reason why Greek Yogurt is used rather than regular yogurt is it has been strained.
Straining regular yogurt requires it to become thick, which is better for baking since the yogurt will hold its shape when air frying.
You must use Greek Yogurt for this recipe. Otherwise, the recipe will not work.
The flour used to make Weight Watcher Bagels is Self-Rising flour, including All-Purpose Flour, Baking Powder, and Salt.
Since it’s three ingredients in one, it cuts down on the number of ingredients you need for this recipe. But, you can also make your own. Since most people do not keep self-rising flour in their pantry, here is an easy recipe to make your own.
What’s The Easiest Way To Shape Bagels?
You can make these in a variety of ways. My kids love to make a ball and then place their thumb through them, and they are shaped into a bagel.
I like to roll mine out and into a large rope and then join the ends together.
Either way works. The critical thing to remember is that the dough will go together as they bake up (or air fry up). So, make sure that the hole in the middle is a bit larger than you would like when you start.
How To Store:
I find that we don’t usually have any to store, but since you all asked, I wanted to let you know the best way to store these.
Let them cool to room temperature, and then place the leftover bagels into an airtight container. You can either leave them at room temperature, where they will last for about 1 to 2 days or any longer, place them into the refrigerator, where they should last for about 3 days.
How To Freeze:
You can make a double batch and freeze one or freeze a couple for a quick breakfast later. To freeze, wrap the bagels individually and then place them into the freezer.
To use, either thaw at room temperature or in the refrigetor.
More Air Fryer Bagel Recipes:
- AIR FRYER 2 INGREDIENT WEIGHT WATCHER FRIENDLY BAGELS
- AIR FRYER STRAWBERRY BAGELS
- EASY AIR FRYER JALAPENO AND CHEDDAR BAGELS
- AIR FRYER CHEDDAR CHEESE BAGELS
- AIR FRYER CRANBERRY BAGELS
- EASY AIR FRYER POPPY BAGELS
- 1 ⅓ cup self-rising flour
- 1 cup plain Greek yogurt
- 1 ½ cup shredded asiago cheese
- In a large mixing bowl, combine self-rising flour, yogurt, and ½ cup of cheese.
- Use a wooden spoon to combine.
- Lightly flour your surface and lightly knead the dough.
- Form into a round, and cut into four pieces.
- Working with one piece at a time, roll each into a 5- to 7-inch rope, then pinch ends together to form a circle.
- I place a parchment round in my air fryer, but you don't have to.
- Place the bagels into your air fryer (don’t let them touch, so you may have to do 2 batches)
- Top the bagels evenly with the remaining cheese.
- Air fry at 350 F, air fryer setting, for 8-10 minutes, checking for doneness.
- I love to serve these warm!
- Plate, serve, and enjoy!
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 298Total Fat: 8gSaturated Fat: 5gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 3gCholesterol: 23mgSodium: 929mgCarbohydrates: 34gFiber: 1gSugar: 2gProtein: 21g
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