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Cinnamon Pull-Apart Bread

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Do yourself a favor and don’t bother monkeying around with any other recipes for cinnamon pull-apart bread. They’ll go ape for every perfectly glazed bite.
15 min
1 hr
12 servings
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easy to make and kids loved it! will not bake as long next time.
I made my own bread dough. I also only used a little over half of the butter it called for. The bottom pieces (the "top" pieces before I turned the dessert out of the pan) pulled off just fine, but the other pieces were pretty packed together. That could have been because I didn't use enough butter though.
DIVINE!I make this frequently and have people hounding me for the recipe and fighting over it!It is especially great at the holidays to bake an extra one as a gift.This recipe has become a family tradition with the holidays now.
This was a big hit in my family. It will be made again and again.
Also good without the cream cheese frosting!
I made this recipe several times. The only addition to the recipe was mini-chocolate chips. Makes an excellent presentation and loved by adults and children alike.
AMAZING! My husband, friend, and I all love it. I am taking it to work tomorrow. The only changes I made were that I set the oven on 325 instead and baked it about 33 mins. I also dipped the dough into the butter instead of drizzling it over each half. I let it cool for about 3 mins in the pan. A couple pieces stuck, but I just "glued" them back on with the sticky cinnamon sugar and it still looked delicious. I just used powdered sugar, milk, and vanilla for the icing. My husband doesn't like cream cheese! I will definitely make again...the exact same way I made it this time!
I made this recipe, but I made it in the 9x5 pan and it is probably better out of a bundt pan. It took a lot longer for the bisuits to cook in the loaf pan. (Top was done before the bottom) If I made it again in the loaf pan, I would probably cut the recipe in half--it was a little too much for this size pan.
Everytime my son comes home on leave from the Navy I have to make for him to take back to his shipmates! They always ask my son to bring this back!
I tried a small piece of this cake before serving it and I wanted to hide it so that I could eat the whole cake myself (I decided to share, though). This cake is very good, however, I don't think I will be making it too often. Not only is this cake very good, it's also very fattening. I'll probably make it once or twice a year.
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