Friday, January 7, 2011


Do you like soups, stews, or chili's in a bread bowl, but never have the time to make them from scratch?  Well this post is for you!  Rhodes has a line of frozen bread dough that you can buy in rolls or loaves.  You can use either for this recipe, but I use the loaves.
To make your bread bowls, place your loaves on a greased baking sheet.  Each loaf will make 2 bread bowls.  Follow the thawing directions on the bag.  When the loaves are thawed completely, use a knife and cut each one in half.  Round each piece of dough into a ball.  Place back on your greased baking sheet.  Bake at 350 degrees for 25 minutes, or until golden brown.

Mmmmmmm......Potato soup!!!!  These bread bowls can also be used for dips.  you can make them any size you want, just cut the dough as big or little as you like.  For more ideas using Rhodes frozen dough you can go to their website .  Hope you try this one out!

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