Looking for an EASY Bread Bowl Recipe that you can make at home?
I tried this Easy Bread Bowl Recipe out for Crocktober, and it was so simple that I couldn't help but want to share it with you! I wanted it to make with ourFrench Onion Soup (oh my goodness, this was PERFECTION), and so many of you asked how I did it that I had to share the recipe.
The best thing about this Easy Bread Bowl Recipe? It is so stinkin' penny pinched. A bag of five loaves of bread will cost you around $4, making the price of FOUR bread bowls just 20¢ each. If you're looking for a way to eat fancy-restaurant-food on a penny pincher budget, this bread bowl recipe is one you need to try!
Here's all you need to do:
Buy a bag of Frozen Bread Dough at your local grocery store (look for it in your freezer section).
Tip: Kroger sells a bag of 5 loaves of bread for about $4, and you can also use it to makehomemade cinnamon rolls. If you don't have a Kroger nearby, Rhodes is a national brand to look for in your freezer aisle too.
Let it rise over night in a loaf pan on the stove.
In the morning, split into 4 pieces, and roll into balls.
Let your bread bowl dough rise again for 2-3 hours (this recipe is super flexible though. If you have more time to let it rise go for it. If you don't have that much time to let it rise after the first overnight rise, it should be good to go too.)
I can't believe I forgot to get a picture of the bread bowls by themselves, so this will have to do. TRUST ME they're perfect!
Bake the easy bread bowl at 350, 20-25 minutes.
Easy Bread Bowl Recipe
- 1 frozen bread dough loave
- Place frozen bread dough in loaf pan and cover with plastic wrap that has been sprayed with cooking spray.
- Let rise overnight.
- In morning, split loaf into 4 equal pieces and roll into round ball.
- Let rise again in oven with light on, 2-3 hours.
- Once dough has risen, bake at 350 for 20-25 minutes.
- Using bread knife, cut top of round loaf open and add favorite soup.
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