All hail the mighty bread boat! This delicious but hearty dish is super easy and quick to prepare, but it always makes for a respectable breakfast, lunch, dinner, appetizer or even dessert. What are you waiting for?
When you can't decide between pasta and a sandwich, this heavenly bread boat is here for you. The best of both worlds!
You know those delicious sausage, onion and pepper sandwiches that usually come on crunchy French bread? Take that concept and stuff all those ingredients into a bread boat, complete with a baked mixture of cheese, egg and milk for an amazing new version of the tried-and-true classic.
If we had to label this delight, we'd say it's sort of like an American torta, but one thing's for sure -- it's amazing, whatever you want to call it.
We love chips and dip as much as anyone, but they are really more of a snack than a meal. Let's fix that.
Not that pizza gets old or anything, but sometimes you might want to switch things up (or else you might just not have the time or energy to whip up pizza dough every time you or your kids have a hankering), so we invite you to take this delicious shortcut.
This is the perfect EASY family dinner. Hollow out a loaf of bread and cram it full of ground beef, veggies and whatever you want. It's sort of like a more fun, crumblier version of meatloaf.
Basically a better breakfast sandwich. These freeze well, so they work great for a quick on-the-go morning meal. Score!
Buffalo chicken. Cheese. Carbs. Yes, this is the perfect meal, in case you were wondering.
You wouldn't think that stuffed French bread could be very nutritious, but this chicken, tomato, black bean and corn version is relatively healthy, especially if you swap out the white bread for something fluffy and wheaty and go easy on the cheese. Or don't! Either way, this is super delicious, especially if you top with guacamole or a little canned enchilada sauce.
This spicy cheesy dip makes for the perfect appetizer, especially when you serve it with corn chips. The recipe recommends mixing in some finely chopped corned beef, but feel free to add any type of your favorite cooked meat -- ground beef, chopped chicken or crumbled bacon would be excellent too.
Of course we wouldn't forget about dessert! We're sure you can make a version of this out of store-bought bread, but the fresh stuff will be so delicious! Chocolate lovers will absolutely adore using this recipe as a base and then stuffing it with MORE CHOCOLATE.