Bagel Holes Are The (Surprising) New Food Trend Of Summer

Life Writer

When it comes to food, we love to try old favorites in new ways. Bagels are an American staple which hail from Poland and were brought over by Jewish immigrants arriving on the East Coast. Since their introduction, they’ve spread across the country and world as a doughy delivery system to every food imaginable. Then, a couple very inventive restaurateurs found a new way for us to enjoy the bagel by flipping the script and giving the world Bagel Balls. (No, that is not a disease.)

The bagel-ball renaissance began when the good people at Bantam Bagels took their idea of making little balls of bagel dough stuffed and topped with sweet and savory delights to Shark Tank. They won an investor, expanded their business, and now their balls are in Starbucks and on Delta flights.

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