Cream of Chicken Soup in Bread Bowls

Cream of Chicken Soup in Bread Bowls

Winter has been good to us this year — so far. Besides for a few cold and blustery days, we haven’t had much snow. In fact, today is just about the first day of real powdered white fluff that didn’t melt when it hit the ground. Days like these call for hearty meals. The kind that involve fresh yeast and a creamy bowl of hot soup.

I’m really not one for baking doughs, but when I saw snow in the forecast, I decided to challenge myself to a comforting dinner of bread bowls filled with cream of chicken soup. It was so much easier than I had anticipated, mostly thanks to the new Bosch mixer that I bought myself for the New Year.

The Bosch makes dough-making so incredibly simple, I don’t know why I didn’t splurge on it 10 years ago! The only problem with baking up some yeasted breads and treats is that they are such a tease! I’m reserving my bread-making for special occasions, like snowy winter days like these.

The only thing better than these easy soup bowls, is the comforting cream of chicken soup that goes in it. It’s almost like a chicken pot pie, minus the puff pastry. I love to add potatoes for a hearty meal that kids and adults alike can enjoy.

Stay warm out there!

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30 thoughts on “Cream of Chicken Soup in Bread Bowls

    1. If I had a dollar for every time someone asked me this! I totally understand not liking that coconut flavor and if you use the coconut milk in the carton (as opposed to canned coconut milk) the flavor does not come through!

  1. OMG! It is rich with deep flavors!! The coconut flavor blends in amazing! Thanks! Can’t wait to serve it to my shabbos guests!

  2. Bowls almost coming out of the oven and I make a very similar soup from Susie fishbien chicken pot pie by the way these soups do freeze well dessert is fruit crumble with chocolate hazelnut chai

  3. Im really bad at guessing. When you say “salt and pepper, to taste” What’s approximately a normal amount to put in?
    Thanks!!

    1. Oh Gosh, I could only say positively if I was standing in front of the pot with the salt and pepper in hand, otherwise it’s hard for me to estimate.

  4. How many bread bowls does the recipe make?

    This soup is amazing. I have made it before and did not have a drop left to put back in the fridge as leftovers! I am thinking of making it with the bowls for a sheva brachos. Thanks!!!

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