Bagels are synonymous with New York and the recipe for this morning staple hasn’t changed much. Except, Scot Rosillo, founder and owner of The Bagel Store in Brooklyn, has a creation that’s raking in the dough.
Also known as The Bagel Artist, Rosillo concocted the rainbow bagel 20 years ago. A fun and delicious dessert that looks more like neon moulding clay than something you can eat. The secret recipe takes five hours to churn out a batch of 100; in contrast, one can bake 1,000 traditional bagels in the same amount of time
Even the cream cheese has received a makeover. Rosillo’s spread is a Funfetti cream cheese made from cake mix. The taste has been described as eating cake or a fruity cereal. We are not sure if, after a couple of bites of this treat, we will be dreaming of unicorns and rainbows. Watch the video to see how they’re made.