This apple cinnamon pecan stuffed pull-apart bread is what it would be like if an apple pie married a cinnamon roll. Delicious and perfect for a crowd!
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Do you have a favorite recipe that brings back fond memories of your childhood? This apple cinnamon pecan pull-apart bread is actually a new dessert recipe for me, but it's based on one that I used to make all the time when I was first learning how to bake.
If you have a little baker in your house, this is a perfect way to get them involved in the kitchen, and your whole family as well as any guests will be thrilled when bake time is up!
The filling for this pull-apart bread is finely diced apples and chopped pecans in a yummy cinnamon and sugar blend.
Then you flatten a biscuit and fill with a bit of the apple pecan filling. I like to use a fork so there's not too much liquid in the center of the biscuit.
Seal the biscuit edges together as you would a wonton wrapper. Then dip each biscuit in melted butter followed by more cinnamon and sugar.
Repeat those steps with each biscuit and place them into a non-stick bundt pan. Don't have a bundt pan? I love this one.
Your kitchen is going to smell like heavenly cinnamon goodness while the apple cinnamon pecan pull-apart bread is baking.
After it comes out of the oven you can make a simple glaze of milk and powdered sugar to top this awesome dessert.
It's best served warm but not hot - although you'll be really tempted to dig in as soon as it comes out of the oven!
Pull a piece off and enjoy with a cup of coffee or even better, hot apple cider.
You can find the full written recipe for apple cinnamon pecan pull-apart bread over on the Imperial Sugar website.
I hope you enjoy! Until next time time!
Hi, I’m Jordan – a work at home mom with 3 super fun little boys. I love entertaining guests and want to help you make entertaining easy!