Carb lovers rejoice because these stuffed bread recipes are out of this world incredible!
As if fresh, soft, warm bread isn’t addictive enough, some genius decided to stuff it with gooey cheese, salty garlic, and savory meats.
Some are stuffed with game-day classics like buffalo wings, and others are oozing creamy, dreamy Brie.
With these stuffed bread recipes, you’re covered for party appetizers, dinner sides, and even late-night snacks.
Of course, the hardest part is deciding which one to try first!
Sausage pizza lovers won’t be able to resist this bread. The inside is jam-packed with savory sausage, tender bell peppers, and three types of cheese.
What’s even better is there’s no need for active yeast or waiting for the dough to rise.
Instead, a couple of tubes of Pillsbury dough is all it takes.
You know what that means, right? Pizza night just got a whole lot easier!
If you think ham and cheese sandwiches are great, wait until you sink your teeth into this beauty.
The fresh, homemade dough is the extra step that puts this combo over the top.
When making the dough, be sure to check the temperature of the milk.
Too hot milk will cause the active yeast to die off, resulting in less than stellar bread.
Need a crowd-pleasing appetizer for the holidays? Look no further than this bread boat.
Inside, the soft, fluffy French loaf is oozing with a creamy and cheesy filling.
Full of sour cream, mayo, and cream cheese, there’s also feta in the mix.
The genius part, though, is the onion soup mix for extra flavoring.
Another holiday appetizer that will have everyone grinning is this pull-apart bread.
It’s garlicky and overloaded with melty cheese and a spicy hint of mustard.
When creating the pull-apart pattern, be careful not to slice completely through the bread.
You want it to soak up all the yumminess without it seeping out.
It’s hard to find the words to describe how excited I am about this bread!
The perfect homemade rounds and mound of Gruyere cheese have me doing my happy dance.
Greatness like this will take time to craft. It’s a two-day process, but the result is beyond worth the wait.
Got some hungry tykes you need to feed for a birthday party? The kids will love these stuffed breadsticks – and so will their parents.
Turkey pepperoni sticks and mozzarella cheese get bundled up in homemade breadsticks.
They’re cheesy, savory, buttery, and more memorable than tossing some hot dogs on a bun.
Looking for a game day appetizer? This five-ingredient recipe will win VIP with all your friends.
No game-day snack is complete without the holy trio: meat, cheese, and carbs. And this one is chock-full of all three!
The inside is a mess of lip-smacking barbecue chicken that is bound to ooze out. But it’s worth an extra paper towel or two.
If you need something a bit more classy, this pizza bread won’t disappoint.
It’s a cheese pizza stuffed inside homemade dough with a gorgeous star presentation.
I think you could get away with adding some extras like roasted garlic and artichokes.
But don’t go overboard on packing in the fillings. If you add too much, it won’t look the same.
These dough balls combine a bowl of hearty chili and warm rolls all in a single bite.
This is a clever use of leftover chili and good for a quick bite. They’re super garlicky, very savory, and come with a side of sour cream for dipping.
Since it uses leftover chili, you can use any type you like. Pack it full of rich meats or plant-based proteins – it’s your choice!
Turn your favorite spinach dip into the perfect loaf with this recipe.
The filling is a thick layer of creamy spinach dip featuring fresh Italian ricotta cheese.
If you prefer cream cheese, you could use that instead of ricotta. Either way, everyone in the house will be gobbling down their greens tonight.
There are dinner rolls, and then there are these pull apart delights.
Bite into a heavenly soft roll, and your tastebuds will be met with the tantalizing creaminess of melted Brie and a hint of honey.
This recipe makes a relatively large batch, so nobody has to fight over the last roll.
Although, that depends on the number of people you’re expecting. So when in doubt, make extra.
Just when you thought all your carb dreams had come true, they put pasta in a bread bowl. I mean, how do you top that?
This recipe takes the comforting flavors of creamy chicken alfredo and packs it into a bread boat.
But it gets even better because there are bacon crumbles in the mix.
Even more remarkable is that this bread is easier to throw together than you’d expect.
Another game-day trophy winner is this killer bread.
It has all the flavor of jalapeño poppers, except it’s served on a warm, fluffy loaf of French bread.
And you know what that means? There’s no need to worry about individually stuffing tiny jalapeños.
Simply spread the whole mix on the loaf, and it will be ready in about 15 minutes.
Do you ever get nostalgic for sloppy joes? Next time you do, treat yourself to this hearty bread.
It takes ground beef, peppers, and cheese and turns it into one of your favorite childhood lunches.
If you love Caprese salads as much as I do, you’ll be ecstatic to nosh on this bread.
The ingredient list is minimal, and there’s no need to bother with homemade dough.
Simply load up your bread loaf with all the fixings, wrap it in foil, and bake.
Here’s another dip-inspired stuffed bread that combines everything into one magnetic loaf.
I say magnetic because your guests will instantly come flocking as soon as this reaches the table.
Got any Philly cheesesteak fans in the crew? That’s what I thought.
Give them what they want and whip up this mouthwatering savory snack.
It begins with a layer of soft store-bought French bread, followed by a scrumptious mix of green peppers and sirloin steak.
To seal the deal, there are slices of provolone cheese to trap everything inside.
Okay, I’m officially drooling.
You know, that chicken alfredo recipe got me thinking. Can you do the same with chicken parmesan?
And the answer is: absolutely yes! Not only can you, you totally should.
This bread is full of panko and parmesan cheese-coated chicken breast, and a rich slathering of garlic butter on the outside.
And the marinara sauce? That’s served on the side to make it dangerously easy to devour.
These bread bites are another prime example of how you can take a classic appetizer and stuff it in bread.
The four-ingredient filling nails the flavor of buffalo wings, which is mainly due to Frank’s red hot sauce.
They’re so full of flavor you don’t even need a dip. However, if you’re a blue cheese lover, I say let the dipping commence.
I bet you’ve never had tacos quite like this!
This French baguette gets smothered in savory ground beef filling with classic taco fixings like salsa and cheese.
Like tacos themselves, this bread is versatile enough that you can pack it with any of your favorite tacos fillings.
So pile on the sour cream or layer on the guac. You can even omit the ground beef for ground tofu if it’s Meatless Monday.
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