Corn Bread Chili Bowls
You're going to have to double or triple this dinner recipe. Wrap corn bread around the bottom of a muffin tin and bake. The perfect mini bowls for your fave chili recipe.
Recipe via Pillsbury
Chicken Salad Tomato Bowls
Here's a fun and colorful lunch that is a great way to introduce your kids to veggies. Fill a hollowed-out tomato with a homemade chicken salad full of celery and almonds. A healthy and quick recipe that everyone will love.
Recipe via Add a Pinch
Parmesan Cheese Bowls
Serve yourself a salad inside of a cheese bowl. All you need to do this is shredded cheese, two ceramic bowls, parchment paper and a microwave. You'll be surprised how easy it is.
Recipe via The Yummy Life
Buffalo Chicken Spaghetti Squash Bowls
Your family is going in awe with this tasty dinner. Slice your spaghetti squash in half and scoop out the seeds. Pop it in the oven. While it's cooking, combine shredded chicken with cheese, hot sauce and spices. Scoop the mixture into the squash and top with cheese. Place it back in the oven so the cheese can get all hot and bubbly.
Recipe via Peas and Crayons
Taco Pepper Bowls
No need to keep stressing about dinner ideas. Hollow out bell peppers and bake them in the oven for 15 minutes while you cook the filling. Mix together browned ground beef, taco seasoning, diced tomatoes, cheese and rice. Fill the peppers with the mixture and place back in the oven. Serve with lettuce and sour cream.
Recipe via Cinnamon Spice and Everything Nice
Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Cookie Bowls
Here's a recipe that you won't feel guilty about. Spread your cookie dough on an upside-down muffin tin and bake. What you get is a nifty little bowl, just big enough for some healthy fruit salad.
Recipe via Handmade By Kelly
Brownie Ice Cream Bowls
Here's a quick dessert that even impress your mother-in-law. Bake brownie mix inside a muffin tin. As soon as you remove it from the oven, press a second muffin tin into the brownies. Keep both tins together as the brownies cool. When ready, scoop some ice cream into the bowl—and don't forget the sprinkles.
Recipe via Dreyers
Sprinkle Ice Cream Bowls
Perfect for parties or really, just because, this easy DIY will have you screaming for more ice cream. Melt almond bark in a bowl and dip the bottom of a small blown-up balloon in it. Roll the wet balloon into a bowl of sprinkles. Set on wax paper until firm and then pop! Once ready, fill with your favorite ice cream.
Recipe via This Heart of Mine