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I am a bagel kind of girl. I have had a love affair with bagels since I was young. Around here, at the Jersey shore, bagels are a staple. Big, crusty warm bagels on a Sunday morning. There’s nothing like it. Since losing the weight, I generally dig out the middle of my bagels, so they’re thinner and less bready. Thomas, the folks that make those yummy English Muffins, also make Bagel Thins. A Bagel Thin is a thin bagel, not nearly as big and bready as a full size bagel. They’re great toasted with your favorite topping, butter or cream cheese for me. My oldest is a big fan of pork roll egg and cheese, another staple here at the Jersey shore. We almost always have a pork roll in the freezer, we buy a big roll at BJ’s and slice it up and store it. He loves it on bagels. Well, he’s discovered that bagel thins make for a great pork roll egg and cheese sandwich. If they aren’t frozen he likes it as is, once they’ve been frozen he prefers them toasted.
Bagel Thins are available year round in varieties including Plain, 100% Whole Wheat, Cinnamon Raisin, and Everything. They also make some seasonal flavors, such as Cranberry at Thanksgiving and Gingerbread now.
To date our favorite Thomas product, hand down no question, is Thomas English Muffins. We often have a package in the freezer, because there’s just something very satisfying about a toasted Thomas English Muffin with butter. So simple, done in two minutes, and so yummy. The butter drips down into the little nooks and crannies as they call them and just taste so good. Another thing we like to do with them is make our own breakfast sandwiches, using either bacon, ham, sausage or pork roll along with egg and cheese. Or once in a while just plain jelly. I can say that I have tried a couple of other English Muffins including generics and no other brand tastes as good.
What’s your favorite way to eat a bagel or english muffin?