Pull Apart Cinnamon Sugar Bread

Whew! What a week it’s been already and it’s only Tuesday night! Sorry I’m so late in posting this week, it’s been absolutely crazy! Crazy in a good way, but I am already ready for the weekend! I made this pull apart bread for Sunday School a couple of weeks ago. It was a bit time intensive, but not difficult. It’s definitely one to make when you want a fun afternoon of baking. I made this on Friday and stored it in an air tight container until Sunday morning and then I heated it up and it was fabulous! This is a show stopper and it tastes great! This would be great for any brunch, especially because you can make it ahead of time and warm it up right before serving.

Since I didn’t change anything and Joy the Baker does a fantastic job explaining the process I’m just going to post the link to the recipe so you can check it out. And if we’re being totally honest, I’m exhausted and its a loooong recipe to write out!:) So check out Joy’s blog here for the recipe & process. Enjoy! Hope you all have a great week & are gearing up for a Hoppy Easter!! Reminder, if you need brunch ideas just check the side bar.

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    1. I've done the orange version of this but a cinnamon sugar version looks every bit as good.

    2. Cookin' Cowgirl says:

      Yum yum YUM! That stuff looks amazing!! I don't know why I always look at food blogs when I'm hungry….it only makes it worse! :)

    3. Drool, I've been wanting to make this, but I don't think I'd be able to share it – sweet bread is my weakness. This looks fantastic Steph!

    4. Macaroni and Cheesecake says:

      Thanks everyone! Looking at food blogs when you're hungry can be dangerous! I do it all the time though!

    5. Audrey Ellen @ My Scene and Herd says:

      That looks like it would be crazy addictive! I could probably just sit there and pull through the whole loaf.
      Yum!

    6. Maryanna says:

      I could get into a lot of trouble with this bread. :)

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