Do you want bread bowl recipes that are delicious and easy to make? Here are 15 incredible ideas you need to try out! Bread bowls are an awesome and interesting way to serve up some of your favorite soups, stews, and dips. Not only do they look great, you can actually dig in and enjoy the bowl just as much as its contents, giving you more meal to enjoy. Eggs, potatoes, lasagna, and other ingredients go well inside of bread bowls, so why not see what the fuss is all about? Enjoy these 15 bread bowl recipes that your friends and family will ogle over.
Bread Bowl Recipes to Keep You Cozy This Winter
1. Tomato Spinach Grilled Cheese Bread Bowl (Vegan)
Just imagine a toasted sourdough bread bowl hollowed out and filled with a comforting tomato spinach soup, then topped with melted cheddar shreds. The flavors are irresistibly well-blended and will give you a very soothing feeling.
2. Ham, Egg, & Cheese Bread Bowl
This is an awesome on-the-go breakfast meal you can make in less than 20 minutes. You’ll surely make your family happy with your delicious recipe and unique presentation.
3. Fall Harvest Pumpkin & Beef Stew
It’s never too early or late for some fall treats. The weather is inviting and crisp, so it’s perfect for a pumpkin and beef stew with vegetables in a warm, buttery bread bowl.
4. Loaded Cheesy Broccoli Potato Soup
This bread bowl recipe is hearty and will feed the entire family. It’s bursting with a creamy, extremely cheesy broccoli potato soup that is truly to die for!
5. Lasagna Soup
Lasagna soup may sound a little strange, but it’s really good. This savory bread bowl recipe has tomatoes, smokey sausage and ground beef, noodles, and cheese. Yum!
6. Philly Cheesesteak Stew
This stew is made of sautéed mushrooms and onions served in a sourdough bread bowl and topped with melted provolone. It’s a flavorful sourdough bread bowl recipe that’s too good not to try.
7. Cheesy Sloppy Joe Bread Bowl
This meaty and cheesy bread bowl is how you eat your sloppy Joe. It’s as good as the classic but less the mess! You can put together this flavorful meal in 30 minutes.
8. Hot and Cheesy Jalapeno Artichoke Dip
Heat up a bread bowl chock-full of hot, cheesy dip made with jalapeño, artichoke, and lots of melted mozzarella cheese.
9. Roasted Cheesy Potato and Ham Soup
Another comforting bread bowl soup recipe filled with cheese, potato, and ham, to feed your soul. The best part about this soup is the homemade soft, buttery pretzel bowl.
10. Creamy Ranch and Cheese Bread Bowl Dip
This features a blend of white cheddar, Pepper Jack, and mozzarella cheese. Seriously, this is the epitome of a creamy and cheesy bread bowl dip.
11. Cheesy Potato Soup
The best thing about bread bowl recipes like this cheesy potato soup is that they are incredibly easy to whip up, yet they’re absolutely yummy and filling. A great way to keep you energized and warm throughout the day.
12. Hot Dried Beef Dip
If you’re planning to make this recipe, any kind of round bread will do, but trust me when I say that there is an extreme flavor and unique taste that pumpernickel can provide along with this dried beef dip. Try it and see for yourself!
13. Mini Garlic and Mozzarella Bread Bowls
14. Customizable Bread Bowl Breakfast
15. Chicken Cordon Bleu Bread Bowls
If you like chicken cordon bleu, then there’s no reason to skip this tasty bread bowl recipe. Enjoy a spoonful of chicken, ham, broccoli, and a delicious creamy sauce in every bite. Don’t forget the toasted mozzarella cheese on top. It’s perfection!
If you want to learn how to make homemade bread bowls, watch this video tutorial from Handle The Heat by Tessa Arias:
Bread bowl is a really unique way of serving warm and hearty soups and stews. It’s mouthwatering and very pleasing. It makes a dish extra flavorful and presentable. This roundup of 15 delicious bread bowl recipes will give you a wonderful selection of meals to share with your family. Cook any of these recipes every time the weather gets cooler.
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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on December 18, 2015, and has been updated for quality and relevancy.