With these bread bowl soup recipes, you can create crusty bread masterpieces that are filling and hard to resist.
One of my favorite things in the whole world is dunking a piece of crusty bread into a steamy bowl of soup.
These bread bowl soup recipes are unique because they’re surprisingly easy.
You can make the bread at home (it’s easier than you think) or opt for store-bought crusty bread.
Either way, you’ll be treated to an incredible meal.
So grab a spoon, and let’s dive in!
Homemade bread bowls might seem complicated, but they’re as easy as whipping up a batch of dinner rolls!
They’re warm and fluffy on the inside, with a crusty exterior that holds soup.
This bread dough recipe is so versatile that you can also use this recipe for things like pizza dough.
Crusty bread is critical because you need a thick crust to hold anything from thick potato soup to thinner tomato soup.
Active dry yeast is easy to work with, even if you aren’t familiar with yeast. This recipe is excellent for even bread newbies.
They cook in the oven like traditional dinner rolls with a chewy crust ready to hold hot and delicious soup.
Just be sure you keep all that scooped-out bread for dipping!
Ask me what to serve with broccoli cheese soup, and I’ll always say, “Bread!”
With only a half cup of heavy cream, this decedent soup is hearty without feeling overly heavy.
To combat those rich flavors from this decadently creamy soup, pair it with a batch of homemade sourdough bread bowls.
While you can save scooped-out sourdough pieces for dipping, they also make excellent croutons for a fresh garden salad.
There’s so much to love about these Philly cheesesteak soup bowls.
They capture everything you love about Philly cheesesteak in a hot, steamy soup bowl.
The soup is rich and meaty thanks to tender slices of roast beef paired with mushrooms and onions.
The best part is the topping. After you pour the soup into your bread bowl, top it with plenty of cheese.
Then, give it a quick toast in the oven until it’s gooey and delicious.
What’s better than soup in a bread bowl? Soup in a cheesy bread bowl!
This recipe harmonized two things: grilled cheese and tomato soup. It’s a beautiful thing.
Transform a basic bread bowl into a bread bowl grilled cheese sandwich.
Simply line the inside with American cheese and bake until golden.
Pour in bone-warming tomato soup, and watch these deceptively simple bread bowls disappear.
You can set your Crockpot in the morning and let it work its magic throughout the day with this recipe.
There’s so much to love with spicy sausage and salty pepperoni about this slow-cooker pizza soup.
Pizza soup on its own is delicious enough, but once you pop it into a bread bowl, there’s no looking back.
The bread soaks up all that sauce for a crust you’ll want to devour!
It’s hard to resist the siren call of Panera’s broccoli cheese soup served up in a bread bowl.
It’s thick and hearty and has plenty of veggies to check your greens box for the day.
While Panera’s broccoli cheese soup isn’t vegetarian (it uses chicken stock), this recipe is 100 percent vegetarian.
The vegetable stock yields a slightly lighter soup. Don’t worry- it doesn’t skimp on the cheese!
What I love most about this tomato basil soup is that it explodes with flavor but uses a short list of ingredients.
You likely have all the ingredients waiting for you in your pantry to whip up a hot bowl of bone-warming soup!
Unlike canned tomato soup, this recipe is rich and creamy, thanks to the addition of heavy cream.
With bright flavors of garlic, onions, and fresh basil, it’s heaven in a bread bowl.
It doesn’t get much easier than this spicy roasted broccoli jalapeno potato soup!
It uses Pacific Food’s Roasted Garlic and Potato Soup mix to make your life easier.
Doctor up that base potato soup with plenty of fresh broccoli and a kick of jalapeno peppers.
The roasted potato soup provides a filling base, while the jalapenos peppers add a spiky kick.
If it’s too spicy, that bread bowl helps to tame some of that heat.
What’s better than a loaded baked potato? A loaded baked potato in a bread bowl!
It pairs salty bacon with potatoes, onions, sour cream, and oh-so-much cheese!
It’s rich and creamy like the best loaded baked potato you’ve ever had, but it doesn’t end there.
Stuffing this decadent soup in a bread bowl soaks up all that delicious soup and makes for one satisfying meal.
I love this lasagna soup recipe. It perfectly captures the robust flavors of lasagna without all that tedious layering of lasagna noodles.
This is one satisfying soup with a blend of ground beef and spicy sausage.
Instead of lasagna noodles, it opts for radiatore noodles that soak up all that tasty tomato flavor.
This recipe also doesn’t use any regular bread bowl.
To capture the essence of Italian fare, it opts for an addictively taste garlic bread bowl that takes these flavors over the top.
It’s lasagna and garlic bread in a compact and delicious package!
Clam chowder is the ultimate New England comfort food.
With a creamy broth, potatoes, bacon, spices, and clams, it’s hard to resist.
What’s the best way to serve clam chowder? By stuffing it into a bread bowl, of course.
Sourdough bread bowls work best for this recipe.
The tartness of sourdough works so well with this creamy and indulgent soup.
Make your life a little bit easier by opting for store-bought sourdough rolls and hollowing them out yourself.
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