From Silk Seedy Bread to Bagels

I have so much life stuff to fill you all in on and some giveaway winners to announce, but if I start chatting now I’ll go on forever. I’ll save it for tomorrow. You know, so you have something to look forward to. Kidding.

I’ll keep this short and sweet and focus just on some Silk magnificence.

I’ve been on a Seedy Silk STUFT Bread kick lately. I don’t know, there’s something about warm, soft, doughy bread in cooler weather.

Since I love Panera’s multi-grain bagels so much, I had the idea to take this grain free recipe and make bagels. I figured the dough was thick enough and that everything is more fun in a bagel shape.

I got to put this little pan to good use.


I sprayed it with nonstick spray and formed the dough in there.


I baked them in the oven at 375 for about 35-40 minutes.


Oh heck yes. My experiment worked. That usually isn’t the case so I was particularly excited.

There was some dough left over so I made a mini loaf as well, but these have just been delightful.


I mean, how can a no grain, seedy, soft little bagel-shaped nutritious bread not be, right?


Just in case you feel like you need to make these right now (like I do since I already ate my way through the first batch I made), here’s the recipe.

My favorite way to eat them is with some goat cheese and jam. That’s a weird kick I’m on too at the moment.


They make the perfect side for breakfast

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and/or for lunch.


I will just pretend I’m at Panera thank you very much.


I’ve been experimenting with some new Silk inspired coffee drinks also.


I’ll make sure I perfect it before I share. Shucks I guess I’ll have to do a lot of taste testing.

Oh my goodness and I just saw on the Silk Facebook Page that they are coming out with Cashewmilk.



I’m so keeping an eye out for this. Has anyone seen it yet?

Oh and if you haven’t signed up to be a Silk member, you can do it here. It’s free, you get coupons and every month there’s a chance to win a different prize. This month they’re giving away a Digital Camera.



Okay, I’m out. See you tomorrow to catch up on life stuff. Woot!

What’s your favorite form of bread and/or favorite kind? (Bagels, muffins, bread slices, mini loaves, etc. and multi-grain, whole wheat, pumpernickel, etc.)

If I had to choose, my favorite would be multi-grain baguettes.


This conversation is sponsored by Silk. The opinions and text are all mine.

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  1. 1
    Ashley L. says:

    I love bagels, but I’m not nearly as healthy as you are! I’m on a cinnamon raisin kick lately…but, my favorite bread I’d have to say is a fresh French loaf. We used to live in Israel and would get them straight from the market bakery and eat them on the way home. Mmmmm, SOOO good! I miss them.

  2. 2

    I’m a huge English Muffin fan, I eat way too many of them! 🙂

  3. 3
    marti says:

    can’t wait to give this a whirl!

  4. 4
    Jenny says:

    Your bread and bagels look and sound sooo yummy! I just have no clue where I would find alot of those ingredinents.

  5. 5
    natasha says:

    Brilliant! You should package and market these and send some to DC along with some purple sweet potatoes…hint, hint (: Perfect for some carb-loading if I ever dare to do a half marathon!

    As for bread…love baguettes so I’m with you but I also love pitas and crispbreads and geez, pretty much bread in any form. That’s what happens when you try to limit carbs…major craving and carb drooling envy alas.

  6. 6

    These look awesome! simple…and I love the ingredients!

  7. 7

    OMG!!! I don’t have the ingredients! You making a trip to OC soon??? 😉

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