Are you ready to set sail? Because these boat-shaped recipes are bound to take you on a journey through some of the tastiest sandwiches and stuffed vegetable dishes out there. Choose some of them for your breakfast, your brunch, or any other meal of the day.
Be it sweet potatoes, eggplants, zucchini, cucumber, or bread, almost anything can be transformed into a delicious boat. And these boats can transport pretty much anything. Their cargo can be sunny side up eggs, bacon, cheese, sausages, or minced meat. Follow along with our boat-shaped recipes, then let your imagination run free with a fleet of your own.
8 boat-shaped recipes for you to steer
Our baked sweet potato egg boats are easy to make and you can serve them for brunch or dinner, with a fresh salad. This sweet potato, egg, and bacon combo works just great with the Montignac Method.
They may not float, but they are delicious! Try our minced meat and herbed butter boats and they surely won’t disappoint you. Filled with Italian sausage meat, garlic, herb-flavored butter, and shredded mozzarella, these little boats are as savory as they come.
Do you want to bring something new to your pizza recipe? Try giving it a new shape, thus turning it into something brand new. The toppings may remain the same, but the change of shape trick you into thinking you’re eating something different. We’ve made ours topped with gruyere cheese, bacon, and a touch of oregano.
These cottage cheese eggplant boats are a healthy alternative to any deep-fried eggplant dishes -- which are delicious, needless to say, but packed with so much fat! The recipe is simple: just roast your eggplants in the oven and fill them with cottage cheese and green olive mixture.
If you’re into hot dogs, then you’ll love these Vienna sausage and beef bread boats! They’re similar to hot dogs, but have some interesting add-ons like smokey bacon, juicy ground beef, and lots of melting mozzarella!
This is a simple stuffed zucchini recipe which is ready in less than an hour. The main ingredients are chicken breast, zucchini, and mozzarella. To spice things up, we’ve added some fresh basil, seven spices powder, chili paste, and honey when stir-frying the chicken.
If you follow a gluten-free diet or you just want to lose some weight and you’re giving up on bread, make these egg salad cucumber boats. It’s the easiest way to combine proteins and vitamins without dirty fingers. Just bite from these boats!
This morning try something else instead of your regular sandwich. Cut off the top of a medium baguette, pull out the breadcrumbs and fill it with ground beef, shredded mozzarella, and fried bacon. Add one egg on top and bake for 15 minutes.