Glazed ham, hot cross buns, and colored eggs are Easter classics. Make a new Easter traditions this year by adding a bread bowl to your table. A crusty bread bowl holds warm soup perfectly, mini bread bowls cradle eggs, and a large bread bowl houses party-sized dip. The best part is that no clean up is required! We’ve found seven clever, tasty meals served in a bread bowl so you can grace your table with a new recipe that will make your dinner experience extra special.
1. Mini Crescent Bread Bowls
Turn Pillsbury Crescents into delicious little bread bowls with this yummy (and surprisingly simple!) recipe for mini bread bowls. Served with a bacon-and-berry spinach salad, topped with honey-mustard dressing, the flavors in this bread bowl are fantastic! Learn how to make them with our step-by-step, exclusive to The Good Stuff tutorial here.
2. Broccoli Cheddar Soup Bowls
Give your Easter table rustic charm with broccoli cheddar soup bowls. The creamy, cheesy soup pairs well with a glazed ham and green salad.
3. Butter Lettuce Salad in a Pretzel Easter Basket
If you’re hosting Easter dinner, this butter lettuce salad nestled in a pretzel Easter basket makes a gorgeous centerpiece. Try something new this year and make your Easter table shine!
4. Easy Italian Tomato Soup served in Bread Bowls
Get a head start on your holiday meal by prepping the day before. This creamy Italian Parmesan tomato soup can be made in your slow cooker on Saturday, and you’ll have delicious homemade soup ready for dinner on Sunday.
5. Eggs Baked in Bread Bowls
For an elegant Easter brunch, serve eggs baked in bread bowls. These egg bowls are incredibly simple to make and easy to customize with different chesses and herbs.
6. Slow Cooker Potato Soup in a Bread Bowl
This slow cooker potato soup in a bread bowl is an elegant version of a loaded baked potato. You’ll get chunky potatoes, melted cheese, and crispy bacon in every bite!
7. Homemade Bread Bowl Spinach Dip
Serve up this easy homemade bread bowl spinach dip for a pre-dinner snack on Easter. Use fresh veggie strips for dipping, and don’t forget that the cubed bread from inside the bowl makes a great dipper too!
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