Be careful with Super glue or CA glue as we call it. That glue is brittle and good catch will snap the joint. I use it constantly for my hand mirrors but I seldom get a catch and they are small in weight. I've had platters break free just from aggressive turning.
Paper joints work great, I've used them for years. They can be brittle if you have a small area but on large areas they are very strong. I don't use them on bowls. Most of the time I just glue a blank to the bowl blank if the wood is too small. When I'm done I just part it off using a parting tool.
Hot melt glue can be finicky. If you just put a big plop down and stick the bowl on the glue can easily start to cure before you get the blank down and it might not be as strong. I used to heat up my faceplates before using the hot melt glue. When I used waste blocks screwed to the faceplate I would turn a rebate for the bowl tenon. I would start the bowl between centers and turn a tenon. Then I would use a wasteblock larger than the tenon. I would turn a very shallow rebate the same size as the bowl tenon. Then put glue down in the rebate and stick the bowl in. The I would apply glue to the outside of the tenon. This is very secure.