I try to make more savory breakfast items on the weekends when Chad is home. With the addition of cheese inside and topping theses bagels, they were an instant hit for him. I liked the bagels plain, fresh from the oven. Chad and Evan enjoyed them cut in half and a thin layer of peanut butter spread across the middle.
These Asiago Bagels are best within a day or so of baking. Freeze any extras to keep them fresh. The prep time mostly involves rising. A couple of times, I have put together the dough the night before, refrigerated overnight after the first rise, then continued putting them together in the morning. This helps cut out some work in the morning so it is still breakfast time when they are out of the oven.