5 Minute Snowman Appetizer Spinach Dip in a Bread Bowl

A fun and creative appetizer that is ideal for winter events and holiday get-together is Snowman Appetizer Spinach Dip in a Bread Bowl. It is a variant of the traditional spinach dip and is served in a bread bowl that has been decorated to represent a snowman.

With its attractive and creative look, the Snowman Appetizer Spinach Dip in a Bread Bowl is a festive and original way to offer a traditional appetizer. It is the ideal dish to present at winter events, holiday get-together, or any other time you want to liven up your appetizer table.

Are you being asked to bring an appetizer to a party this year (as opposed to the usual Christmas dessert)? Here is an idea for something festive! A great party recipe is spinach dip in a bread bowl with a twist.  It took 5 minutes to do and will be a huge hit.

Tools or Materials Needed

  • Large mixing bowl
  • Spoon or spatula
  • Bread knife
  • Cutting board
  • Serving platter
  • Piping bag and tip (optional)

The basic tools required for this dish is listed above, however you are free to use other kitchenware of your choice. For instance, a vegetable peeler can be used to slice the carrot for the nose, and a hand mixer can be used to mix the components for the dip. In which ever tools you decide to use, make sure you have everything ready before beginning to prepare the 5 Minute Snowman Appetizer Spinach Dip in a Bread Bowl.

Best workplace

1. Clean and sanitize your workspace – Clean your workspace with soap and water to get rid of any dirt, dust, or debris before you begin working. After that, disinfect your desk using a disinfectant spray or wipes to get rid of any bacteria or germs that might be there.

2. Clean your workspace – To ensure you have enough room to work, clear your workplace of any unnecessary items. This will aid in preventing spills, bumps, and other incidents as you prepare the food.

3. Gather your ingredients and tools – Before you begin, gather all the ingredients and equipment needed to make the bread dish and snowman dip. You’ll be able to operate more productively and efficiently as a result.

4. Set up your tools – Your utensils and tools should be organized. For instance, keep measuring spoons and cups close to hand, and set mixing bowls and culinary equipment in places that are simple to access.

5. Use a cutting board – Slice the vegetables and bread bowl using a cutting board. By doing this, you may shield your countertop from damage and stop cross-contamination.

6. Have a nearby trashcan – Have a trash can nearby so you may throw away packaging, food leftovers, and other debris. This will assist you in maintaining a tidy and clutter-free workspace.

You can make the Snowman Appetizer Spinach Dip in a Bread Bowl easily and avoid any potential hassles or errors by setting up a clean and orderly workspace.



  • 5 medium-sized uncut rolls
  • 1 cup mayonnaise
  • 1 16-oz. tub of sour cream
  • 1 10-oz. package frozen spinach
  • 2 packages of dry leek soup or dry French onion soup
  • 5 slices of rye bread
  • 1 baby carrot
  • Instructions:


On three of the rolls, hollow them out to make little bowls.  With the bread that you removed, tear it up into pieces for dipping.  Tear up the other 2 rolls as well, also for dipping. Mix the mayonnaise, sour cream, spinach, and dry soup mix in a bowl.  Fill the three bread bowls with the mayonnaise mixture, and arrange the bowls on top of one another in a casserole dish, to make a snowman.  Tear off small pieces of rye bread to make the snowman’s eyes and buttons. Use full slices to make his hat. Stick the baby carrot in the top bread bowl as the snowman’s nose.  Arrange the torn up roll pieces around the snowman.

5-minute Hummus and Rolls Snowman


  • Dinners rolls, 8-10
  • Hummus, chicken dip or cream cheese- 1 cup
  • Olives-5-6
  • Baby carrot—1


In a bowl, place dinner rolls around the edge, making circular space in between. In this space, scoop in the hummus sauce evenly so that it covers the whole empty space. Place two olives as eyes in the centre of the sauce and a carrot as the nose. Additionally, you can make a smiling face by cutting olives into halves and making a curve below the nose.

Egg Snowman


  • 4 large hard-boiled eggs
  • 4 small hard-boiled eggs
  • 24 -28 Peppercorns
  • 1 carrot
  • 4 skewer/stick for BBQ or uncooked spaghetti
  • Parsley leaves (optional)


Peels the eggs and carrot. Cut the top end of both the carrot and eggs. Now slice the carrots in a  way that you have 4 large thick discs and 4 smaller yet thicker discs for the snowman hat. Now gently sew each skewer with the larger carrot disc first, then the smaller disc and two eggs. Repeat the same process with all 4 skewers. Turn the skewer upside down so that you have the carrot side on top as the hat and eggs as the body of the snowman. Make sure the large boiled eggs are on the bottom of the skewer and the smaller eggs are on top so that it makes the face and body. Now take peppercorns and press them gently on the centre of the top egg as the eyes. Use a few more peppercorns to make the buttons of the snowman. If you are using parsley leaves,  insert them on the side for decoration. If the skewer is extended from the top, cut off to the level of the hat. Place these little snowmen on a platter and serve.

Assembling the snowman

1. Hollow out the bread bowl – Slice off the top of the loaf of bread using a bread knife, then hollow out the interior to make a bowl. Save the bread pieces you removed so you can use them as spinach dippers.

2. Prepare the spinach dip – The frozen and drained spinach, and other ingredients should all be thoroughly combined in a large mixing dish.

3. Fill the bread bowl with spinach dip – Put the spinach dip in the bread dish that has been hollowed out.

4. Create the snowman shape – To make the snowman’s head, place the extra bread on top of the spinach dip. To make room for the carrot nose, cut a small portion of the top slice of bread with a knife. Add the black olive slices for the eyes.

5. Add the arms and hat – To make the snowman’s arms, use a few fresh rosemary sprigs. Other herbs or vegetables, such as celery or carrot sticks, are also acceptable. Use a basic cone-shaped piece of parchment paper to make the hat, or pipe the spinach dip onto the snowman’s head using a piping bag and star tip. To make a scarf, add a thin strip of carrot or red pepper.

6. Serve and enjoy – On a serving tray, combine the snowman dip with the bread slices and enjoy!


The spinach dip is a tasty and simple appetizer that is ideal for winter events and holiday social occasions. It is a great option for individuals who are short on time but yet want to produce a festive and whimsical dish because of its simple components and quick preparation time.

I hope you find these recipes simple and useful. Do give them a try and give me your feedback.