Party Panache, Stuffed Bread Bowl Dip

This is DD’s recipe, she’s kinda famous for it

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We kid her a lot because she used to cook all the time, trying out recipes, and even wrote 2 mini cookbooks with a friend

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Then she got a demanding new job, a darling husband and a bouncing baby girl, and now she doesn’t have time to cook at all~

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But she surprised us over the 4th by making her fabulous Bread Bowl Dip and she said I could share it with y’all 🙂

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It’s a “kitchen sink” kind of a recipe, you can throw just about anything in~

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Creamy, cheesy, spicy and good

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and the bread bowl just makes it fun and easy to serve

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This is a great dip to take to a party, it’s already in a bowl!

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Bake it covered with foil and allow extra time, it might take over an hour to get nice and hot

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Remove the lid [and hide it for yourself 🙂 ] and serve with tortilla chips, toast points, or crackers

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No fancy pictures, we were busy getting ready for watching the fireworks

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and chasing little “Miss Firecracker” around!

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Stuffed Bread Bowl Dip

  • Servings: 8-10
  • Difficulty: moderate
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1 1/2 cups diced deli ham

8 oz cream cheese, softened

1 cup sour cream

2 cups shredded cheddar

1 4 oz can chopped green chilies, drained and patted dry

1 4 oz jar chopped pimento, drained and patted dry or use chopped red pepper

1/2 cup sweet onion, diced

1/2 cup green onion, sliced

2 tsp garlic powder

1 tsp paprika

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salt and pepper

1 round loaf of sourdough or french bread

Preheat oven to 375.  Combine ham, with remaining ingredients in a mixing bowl and season to taste.  Cut a slice off the top of the bread round to expose the soft interior.  Reserve bread top.  Using your fingers or a knife, carefully remove the soft insides of the bread loaf, so all that remains is an empty bread shell.  Reserve bread crumbs for a later use.  Put dip into bread bowl and replace “lid.”  Wrap the whole loaf tightly in foil.  Bake on a pan for 1 hour or longer until dip is heated through.  Serve with sturdy chips or toast points.

for another printable version of Stuffed Bread Bowl Dip click here

You can make this early in the day and bake it right before serving~

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Comments
17 Responses to “Party Panache, Stuffed Bread Bowl Dip”
  1. Mary says:

    Jenna, I haven’t had dip in a bread bowl in ages, I would be the one hiding the top 🙂 Miss Firecracker is adorable!

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  2. This is one our family would definitely like! I think I will send it to the girls. I’m kinda busy.:-) Maybe one of them will take the hint!

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  3. Rosie says:

    Yummy!! I haven’t collected recipes in years, and since subscribing to your blog, my recipe drawer is filling up!! You make everything look so doable and appetizing. Thank you for your pictures and tutorial steps that make recipes so simple, and have jazzed up my cooking routine! Rosie @ The Magic Hutch

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    • Aren’t you sweet Rosie! One of the main reasons I started blogging was to get back to cooking more often and a wider variety~it makes me really happy to know that I have inspired you too!

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  4. Happier Than A Pig In Mud says:

    Much better than the cheese and crackers I’m noshing on now! She looks adorable in the hat:@)

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  5. Kim says:

    Hopefully DD can get started creating again when she retires. Her recipe looks delicious, so we’ll enjoy this one for now. I love anything in a bread bowl, don’t you? I’m pinning so I’ll have it on hand to make when I’m ready. Thanks for sharing! 🙂 Hugs to Cutie Patootie!

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  6. joybee83 says:

    I love anything in a bread bowl but I haven’t made it at home yet. I make bread and have made a few bread bouls but I always eat and never think about stuffing it or anything. I love the cheesy melty goodness of this recipe.

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  7. Monica says:

    This sounds amazingly delicious! Extra taste points for putting it in a beautiful bread bowl. Thanks for sharing! (P.S. Visiting from Foodie Friday)

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  8. Miz Helen says:

    Hi Jenna,
    That baby is absolutely precious and that hat, oh my goodness! I just love your bread bowl and the stuffing looks fabulous, we WILL be having this one. Thanks for sharing with Full Plate Thursday, I always look forward to your visits!
    Come Back Soon,
    Miz Helen

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  9. Marigene says:

    Oh, Jenna, this looks and sounds delicious…I have a feeling your daughter is very culinary creative! Your little granddaughter is adorable.
    Have a great weekend.

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  10. bj says:

    This sounds and looks amazing…gonna make one for our home fellowship group. Thanks so much.
    xo bj

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