Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Creamy Veggie Bread Bowl

Everyone loves a good dip!
They are delicious to eat and a snap to whip up.
 I have the perfect one for you to try and I am certain you will love it as much as I do!
You can serve this dip in the bread bowl as I have done - or it could be
 equally as wonderful in a glass bowl surrounded by bread chunks or crackers.
This would also pair excellently with fresh vegetables as dippers,
 scooped into celery stalks or spooned onto endive leaves.
 This dip is as beautiful as it is yummy!
Dipilicious Creamy Veggie Bread Bowl

16 oz. Sour Cream
1 c Mayo
1 pkg. Dried Leek Soup Mix
1 5oz. Water Chestnuts
(drain well, dice)
1 pkg. Frozen Chopped Spinach
 (thaw, squeeze dry)
1 c Carrot (grated)
1/2 c Sun-Dried Tomatoes
(finely chopped)
3 T Fresh Italian Parsley
3 T Chives

Mix all ingredients until blended well.
 Chill for several hours to marry flavors.
To Present:
Hollow out a large round bread loaf
(I used Hawaiian Sweet Bread) and fill with dip.
Cube bread loaves (I used French Bread) and place around bread bowl.
Garnish with additional snipped herbs.


  1. I like that bread bowl! I haven't tried one though, but your bowl and the dip looks great!

    Oh, btw, I'd like to invite you to join Weekday Potluck Meme and link up your food entries for the week! :)

  2. This looks delicious! It makes a beautiful presentation in your bread bowl too. I don't think I've ever seen dried leek soup before. I will have to look for it.

  3. This really looks yummy, with all those veggies mixed in. I love the whole bread bowl look too.

  4. This is such a great idea. It is attractive, serves a purpose and is yummy. You pull these off, so easily. I am impressed.

  5. Oh my does this look good, recipe is a keeper. I love it served in the bread bowl, all edible! Yum yum yum!

  6. I Would like a "bowl" to go please!
    :) Looks like a crowd pleaser for sure!

  7. This looks amazing. Love bread bowls!

  8. I love how you have presented this - the bread bowl is perfect! The recipe sounds just delicious too, Concetta - I love the addition of the water chestnuts. Thank you for sharing this post with the Hearth and Soul blog hop.

  9. SO lovely! This looks like an improved version of one of my favorite spinach dips...I love the addition of sun dried tomatoes :)

  10. The recipe sounds good and it looks beautiful:@)

  11. oh how yummy - I am printing now!

  12. Thank you so much for running Feed Me Tweet Me on your blog, Concetta! That is so thoughtful of you! Alex and I really appreciate it. I will give you a mention in next week's post! Have a lovely weekend!

  13. I love dips and this is a tasty one. Great presentation in a bread bowl.

    Concetta, I linked to the blog hop, but which link do we use? Your blog, another? I like to link back to the hostess. Thanks.

  14. Hi Concetta,
    What a great dip and I just love it in the bread bowl. As always a lovely presentation from you. Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and hope to see you again real soon. Hope you are having a great week!
    Miz Helen

  15. Thank You So MUCH for joining me last week for Cast Party Wednesday. I hope you will come back tomorrow and share more of your recipes with us.
    I hope to see you there!

  16. I use the dried leek soup mix too - it is the best! I love the sun dried tomatoes you added, how flavorful and delicious. Thanks so much for linking up with Recipe Sharing Monday! :D

  17. Hello Concetta! I found you through At Home With Haley’s Blog Hop. Your Veggie Bread Bowl looks yummy!
    Have a great day! Sherri
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