Nell is on a baking spree today! She started with Almond Joy Brownie Bites, and…
We haven't baked for a while, so this easy cinnamon pull apart bread was a good way to break back into it. I think this will make a good dessert for the holidays (or year round, because, uh… cinnamon!).
You can probably make something similar to this with pre-made biscuits. I'd just take them and roll them a little thinner, then stack and cut into squares.
Easy Cinnamon Pull Apart Bread
Start with any basic biscuit recipe
1/3 cup cinnamon
1/3 cup sugar
1/3 cup brown sugar
melted butter to brush on
1/2 cup powdered sugar + a few tablespoons of milk for drizzle
Roll dough/biscuits into flat strips. Brush with butter.
Sprinkle with cinnamon sugar mixture.
Stack on top of each other and cut into squares.
Pile the squares into a loaf pan.
Bake at 350*F for about 20 minutes or until dough is cooked through.
Finish by drizzling glaze and nuts over the top.
Bring this to any potluck, dinner, etc and you'll be the star of the show! Next time, I'm going to add some peanut butter and chocolate. Because I can. ;)
Easy Pull-Apart Cinnamon Bread
- 2 C. All-Purpose Flour
- 1 Tsp. Sugar
- 1 Tbsp. Baking Powder
- 1 Tsp. Salt
- 8 Tbsp. Butter cubed
- 3/4 C. Milk (more or less as needed)
- 1/3 C. Cinnamon
- 1/3 C. Sugar
- 1/3 C. Brown Sugar
- Melted Butter
- 1/2 C. Powdered Sugar plus a few Tablespoons of Milk for drizzle
- Nuts Optional
- Combine flour, sugar, baking powder and salt together in a large bowl. Cut butter into the mixture until it resembles cornmeal.
- Make a well in the flour mixture and slowly add milk. Knead the dough with your fingers, adding milk when necessary until dough holds together well.
- Roll biscuit dough into flat strips.
- Brush with butter.
- Sprinkle with cinnamon sugar mixture.
- Stack on top of each other and cut into squares.
- Pile the squares into a loaf pan.
- Bake at 350* degrees F for about 20 minutes or until dough is cooked through.
- Finish by drizzling glaze and nuts over the top.
- Serve and Enjoy!
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