Super Bowls: These Game-Time Snacks Are Served in 'Dishes' You Can Actually Eat
CINNAMON ROLL ICE CREAM BOWL
Combine your favorite ice cream and warm cinnamon rolls — without dirtying a dish. These bowls are made using a muffin tin and make for quite an impressive display.
WHIPPED PEANUT BUTTER IN A CHOCOLATE RICE KRISPIES TREAT BOWL
Once you've dipped all your cookies in the creamy dip, use the bowl itself as a dipper. Genius.
BROCCOLI CHEDDAR SOUP IN A ROLL BOWL
David Burtka whipped up this creamy soup and served it in a chewy roll bowl.
SPRINKLES ICE CREAM BOWLS
It's not a party without funfetti. Impress your guests with colorful, crunchy ice cream bowls made of sprinkles and almond bark.
CHEESY PIZZA DIP BREAD BOWL
Why eat pizza by the slice when you could eat it by the bowl?
WARM BACON CHEESE BOWL
Mixing cheddar cheese, cream cheese and sour cream makes the dip extra smooth and creamy…and bacon crumbles make it impossible to stop eating.
SPANAKOPITA STUFFED SPAGHETTI SQUASH BOWLS
Stuffing spaghetti squash with feta cheese, spinach phyllo dough is not only delicious, but requires practically zero clean-up – just toss the remaining skin when you're done devouring them.
PARMESAN CHEESE BOWLS
Eat a salad out of theseashockingly easy-to-makeaparmesan cheese bowls and you'll never go back to eating salad out of normal bowls.
POTATO & HAM SOUP IN PRETZEL BOWLS
Soft, buttery pretzel bowls are the perfect twist on your standard bread bowl. Stuff them with creamy potato soup or even straight-up melted cheese.
CARNITAS TORTILLA BURRITO
Stuff these crunchy baked (not fried!) tortilla bowls with slow-cooker carnitas or even just a heaping portion of fresh guacamole.