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Extending The Bread Bowl Concept To Cinnamon Rolls

December 27, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Traditionally, bread bowls are small, hollowed out boules used to serve stew, thick soups, dips, or chili. When the contents are consumed, the bowls are eaten. But a Nebraska grocery store cake decorator had a new idea that has won a lot of converts. Instead of bread, she makes the bowl out of cinnamon roll dough, bakes it, and fills it with chili. Not everyone finds it an appealing concept. But a small bakery chain tried the idea – the cinnamon roll bowl has a rim of frosting – in one store ($3.47 for a pair of bowls) and may expand it to the rest. Using chili tends to make it a wintertime meal. But there’s talk of using an ice cream filling, which would transform the concoction into a year-round treat.[ Image credit: © Wikipedia ]
Cory Matteson, "A Cinnamon Roll Chili Bowl, Created in Lincoln", Lincoln Journal Star, December 27, 2016, © The Lincoln Journal Star
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