New York Bakery Co Bagels (Various Flavours) 2 For £2.00 @ Tesco (5 Pack x2) or £1.00 (4 Pack) @ Asda
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New York Bakery Co Bagels (Various Flavours) 2 For £2.00 @ Tesco (5 Pack x2) or £1.00 (4 Pack) @ Asda

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Found 22nd Jan 2014
New York Bakery Co Bagels (Various Flavours) are £1.00 rollback @ Asda, they are usually sold at £1.60 in most supermarkets, the last time this deal was posted 2 for £2.00 and recieved a good response so I thought I would give everyone a heads up on this offer. These are quite tasty

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Asda have the New York Bakery Co Cinnamon & Raisin, Plain, Sesame, Red Onion & Chive, Orange and Cranberry & Wholemeal Bagels 4 pack for £1.00

Tesco have the New York Bakery Wholemeal, Plain, Cinnamon & Raisin and Sesame Bagels 5 Pack or New York Bakery Blueberry, Red Onion & Chive and Fruit And Oat 4 Pack on offer @ 2 for £2.00

Currently 2 for £2.50 @ Sainsburys, Waitrose & Ocado

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Edited by: "deallady" 22nd Jan 2014

why cold love bagels!!

These are normally on sale for a £1 at my ASDA and I buy them regularly. Heated

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MRR_ltd

These are normally on sale for a £1 at my ASDA and I buy them regularly. … These are normally on sale for a £1 at my ASDA and I buy them regularly. Heated



I have not seen this posted in a while so I thought I would bring it back they are very tasty

Are these the four pack as I thought they were always £1.00? Hopefully the five pack at this price.

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Predikuesi

Are these the four pack as I thought they were always £1.00? Hopefully … Are these the four pack as I thought they were always £1.00? Hopefully the five pack at this price.



Have they not stopped the 5 pack have not seen those in a long while?

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Predikuesi

Are these the four pack as I thought they were always £1.00? Hopefully … Are these the four pack as I thought they were always £1.00? Hopefully the five pack at this price.



Oh my I so sorry, what was I doing! it is a 5 pack 10 Bagels are £2.00 and 4 Bagels are £1.00 thanks for making me check
Edited by: "deallady" 22nd Jan 2014

New York bagels are very nice - better than Tescos own which aren't that much cheaper.

Lidl are doing 4 bagels for 69p so I'll probably give them a try........

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gari189

New York bagels are very nice - better than Tescos own which aren't that … New York bagels are very nice - better than Tescos own which aren't that much cheaper. Lidl are doing 4 bagels for 69p so I'll probably give them a try........



Let me know how they taste we can do a Bagel review here what do you say? I agree about the Tesco own brand ones not worth the monies

gari189

New York bagels are very nice - better than Tescos own which aren't that … New York bagels are very nice - better than Tescos own which aren't that much cheaper. Lidl are doing 4 bagels for 69p so I'll probably give them a try........



The Lidl ones that I bought a few days ago were excellent!!

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TKDBlackbelt

The Lidl ones that I bought a few days ago were excellent!!



This our review of Bagels has begun currently we have New York Bagels and Lidl Bagels being voted hot and Tesco Bagels on the cold side anyone who wishes to add their experiences on other brands please add your thoughts

NY bagels are the best..my kids love em toasted with jam/chocolate spread..Worth getting a few packs while theyre a pound..Theyre good for freezing too.

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asma44

NY bagels are the best..my kids love em toasted with jam/chocolate … NY bagels are the best..my kids love em toasted with jam/chocolate spread..Worth getting a few packs while theyre a pound..Theyre good for freezing too.



Thank you for your experience of the product, New York Bagels are leading the race currently

Just went to Tesco, the plain ones and wholemeal are 5 in a pack, the flavoured ones like onion and chive are in a 4 pack...

deallady

This our review of Bagels has begun currently we have New York Bagels and … This our review of Bagels has begun currently we have New York Bagels and Lidl Bagels being voted hot and Tesco Bagels on the cold side anyone who wishes to add their experiences on other brands please add your thoughts



Asda ones tasted better than the Tesco ones

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twe

Asda ones tasted better than the Tesco ones



Thanks Twe we have New York Bagels in first place, followed by Asda and Lidl Bagels with Tesco in last place

Make your own and avoid anything with calcium propionate in.

I guess "New York" Bagels is a Start

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SunshineStacey

I guess "New York" Bagels is a Start



I even have the Cheese to go with it Here and the yoghurt Here thats a proper New Yorkers Breakie! Got to feel like a New Yorker before our voyage

Someone please explain bagels to me. Aren't they just stale breadcakes with big holes in the middle?

Can't really beat proper bagels from Brick Lane or wherever but these are so so imo. Lidl's bagels are better imo and cheaper 79p i think.

TKDBlackbelt

The Lidl ones that I bought a few days ago were excellent!!


Agreed i love the Lidl ones

Costco bagels are very nice, £2.99 for 2 packs of 6. Cheese & Jalapeno ones are especially good, along with the cinnamon & raisin, mix n match.

I have always been eating NY PLAIN bagels (toasted with cream cheese) the whole time.

I once tried Sainsbury's bagels, onion ones (from the bakery). They were bad, they were like buns lacking that distinctive bagel crispiness. They crumbled a lot. Tastewise they were ok, but they were not bagels.

But then I tried NY wholemeal, and a Limited Edition NY (with blueberries). Both of them didn't have the plain bagel crispiness as well, so I tend to believe only plain bagels (and probably sesame ones) have the crispiness.

So, I have an apples-to-oranges comparison here between NY and Sainsbury's bagels. But just a thought for those that like the bagel crispiness

elsbells

Can't really beat proper bagels from Brick Lane or wherever but these are … Can't really beat proper bagels from Brick Lane or wherever but these are so so imo. Lidl's bagels are better imo and cheaper 79p i think.


Lidl ones are on special offer from today - they've knocked a whopping 10p off (69p for 4).

chemeng

But then I tried NY wholemeal, and a Limited Edition NY (with … But then I tried NY wholemeal, and a Limited Edition NY (with blueberries). Both of them didn't have the plain bagel crispiness as well, so I tend to believe only plain bagels (and probably sesame ones) have the crispiness.



I agree with that completely. I tried switching to wholemeal but they just weren't as good. After trying the plain ones I have to say they beat the seaseme ones hands down, but they're the next best thing. Haven't tried any other brand yet, but I probably likely won't!

NY Sesame are my favourite but sometimes they're slightlly undercooked so can be difficult to slice through as they squash, always need to check that they are brown enough before buying.

May be called New York Bagels - but they taste like cardboard and are nothing like a bagel in New York City.

Onion& chive toasted with galic &herb boursin cheese......... hmmmm cloud nine!

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elsbells

Can't really beat proper bagels from Brick Lane or wherever but these are … Can't really beat proper bagels from Brick Lane or wherever but these are so so imo. Lidl's bagels are better imo and cheaper 79p i think.



I've been to that place is it the open 24 hour place got to admit those are nice with cream cheese please

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americanv8

Costco bagels are very nice, £2.99 for 2 packs of 6. Cheese & Jalapeno … Costco bagels are very nice, £2.99 for 2 packs of 6. Cheese & Jalapeno ones are especially good, along with the cinnamon & raisin, mix n match.



You're right about the Cheese and Jalapeno's ones!! I do buy those sometimes myself

Agree with the above comments regarding the lidl bagel's. The cinnamon and raisin Mcennedy one's are lovely

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chemeng

I have always been eating NY PLAIN bagels (toasted with cream cheese) the … I have always been eating NY PLAIN bagels (toasted with cream cheese) the whole time.I once tried Sainsbury's bagels, onion ones (from the bakery). They were bad, they were like buns lacking that distinctive bagel crispiness. They crumbled a lot. Tastewise they were ok, but they were not bagels.But then I tried NY wholemeal, and a Limited Edition NY (with blueberries). Both of them didn't have the plain bagel crispiness as well, so I tend to believe only plain bagels (and probably sesame ones) have the crispiness.So, I have an apples-to-oranges comparison here between NY and Sainsbury's bagels. But just a thought for those that like the bagel crispiness



Ill be refering to your crispiness test!!! You are right about the plain ones being crispy on the outside and nice and soft in the inside

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gari189

Lidl ones are on special offer from today - they've knocked a whopping … Lidl ones are on special offer from today - they've knocked a whopping 10p off (69p for 4).



Smoking I have heard these are quite something

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saffy_786

Onion& chive toasted with galic &herb boursin cheese......... hmmmm cloud … Onion& chive toasted with galic &herb boursin cheese......... hmmmm cloud nine!



Boom Boom Pow!! You are my bagel buddy!!! That is one hell of a combo, its like so creamy and just delicious

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I think at current standings we have NY Bagels, Lidl and Costco Bagels in the top half of the table and Asda, Tesco and Sainsburys are at the bottom, is it me or we missing something is it Morrisons & Aldi?

Oh how could I forget the Brick Lane place, everyone needs to try it, its just amazing!! Let me try and find it on the internet
Edited by: "deallady" 23rd Jan 2014

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elsbells

Can't really beat proper bagels from Brick Lane or wherever but these are … Can't really beat proper bagels from Brick Lane or wherever but these are so so imo. Lidl's bagels are better imo and cheaper 79p i think.



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Are the cinnamon and raisin Mcennedy Bagels 69p at Lidl too? or is it just the plain ones. ;o

deallady

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I actually prefer the bagels from the less popular shop a few doors down. Lovely salt beef and pickle bagel. But they are both better than NY bagels imo.

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elsbells

I actually prefer the bagels from the less popular shop a few doors down. … I actually prefer the bagels from the less popular shop a few doors down. Lovely salt beef and pickle bagel. But they are both better than NY bagels imo.



Thanks for the tip I shall have to keep an eye out for this place What is it called?
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