I make these bagels all the time. I have topped them with poppy seed, sesame and "everything" - all with just a basic whipped egg-white egg wash. I usually only make six from the standard recipe.
I have made the following flavor mods that have all worked out very well.
For cinnamon raisin, when the add mix-in buttons beeps, I add in a 1/3 cup of raisins and 1-1/2 tsp on ground cinnamon. I actually take the dough out and manually knead all the extras in for a minute and then put them back in and let it finish kneading.
For blueberry - I add about 1/2 cup of dried blueberries and do the same thing - knead some in and then put the dough back in and let it finish kneading.
For Asiago - I add about 1/2 cup of grated room temperature asiago cheese - knead it in and then put the dough back in and let it finish the cycle.
I let all my "versions" raise as they are supposed to, and then I add then I add 3T non-diastatic malt powder and 1T of sugar to boiling water and boil the bagels for 45-60 seconds on each side and then I dry them on cotton dishtowels before brushing them with beaten egg whites and cooking them in a 375 degree oven with a steam bath for 20-25 minutes.
Enjoy the variations :)
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I make these bagels all the time. I have topped them with poppy seed, sesame and "everything"...