Enjoy restaurant-style soup in a bread bowl in this deliciously homemade version! Creamy potato soup fills a crusty fresh bread bowl.
My daughter has been begging for soup in a bread bowl for months. Now that fall is officially here, I finally said yes. And she told me I was the best mom in the world!
How to Make Loaded Baked Potato Soup in Bread Bowls
To make the bread bowls, we followed the recipe for 5 Minute Artisan Bread. As long as you remember to do this early enough in the day, it will come out perfectly. I mixed up the dough first thing in the morning, and let it sit all day! Then at about 4:00, I divided the dough into grapefruit sized balls, let them rise a little longer, and then baked them.
The children approved and there were NO leftovers!
Now, lest you think your family should be cutting potatoes out of your diet, think again! Potatoes have:
- More potassium than a banana!
- More vitamin C than a sweet potato
- Fiber- to keep your kids regular.
- Vitamin B6 for energy metabolism
- 6% of the recommended amount of iron.
So, pick up some potatoes at the store today and make some soup!
To make the bread bowls, the recipe is below. we just make mini artisan loaves, and cut the top off, and dig out the inside!
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- 1 stalk green onion
- 2 clove garlic
- 15 small russet potato
- 4 slice turkey bacon
- 1/4 cup butter, unsalted
- 3 teaspoon Chicken Bouillon
- 1/8 teaspoon salt
- 1/8 teaspoon black pepper, ground
- 1/4 cup flour, all-purpose
- 4 cup milk
- 1 ounce cheddar cheese
- 2 cup spinach
- 1 medium apple
- 1 medium cucumber
- Slice green onions and mince garlic.
- Peel and cube the potatoes. Boil in a large pot until just underdone- about 15 minutes. Drain potatoes but reserve about 3 cups of the water you boiled it in.
- Meanwhile, cook the turkey bacon in a separate pan until crisp. Crumble and set aside.
- Add butter and bouillon paste to the empty pot that you boiled the potatoes in. Saute green onions and garlic. Add salt and pepper to taste.
- Add the flour; stir until smooth.
- Add milk and reserved water alternately, 1 cup at a time. Stir between each addition, cooking until it’s the consistency of a thick white sauce. Gently stir in the potatoes.
- Dice the apple and cucumber. Add to a bowl along with the spinach; toss together.
- Top the soup with shredded cheese, bacon, and more green onions. Serve with salad on the side.