Apple Filled Pull Apart Bread is sticky and sweet and easy to make with the help of frozen dinner rolls! Pick your favorite fall apples and let your kids help you put together this simple dessert.
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I love baking with apples. This Apple Filled Pull Apart Bread starts with frozen dough (I like to use Rhodes) so it’s really easy. You’ll need to allow a little time for the dough to thaw, but otherwise, you’ll be done in no time.
As much as I love the summer warmth, I love everything about fall.
The colors, the flavors, the activities.
Now that Julia is two (2 1/2 this month!), she’s getting more and more fun to take places since she understands what’s going on now. I have every intention of going apple picking soon.
Probably even a hay ride even though I’m super allergic and will regret it.
Which kind of apples should I use?
I used a Granny Smith apple in this very easy bread, but you can use whichever kind is your favorite. I like to bake with Galas and used Honey Crisps in this Apple Cinnamon Swirl Bread with very good results.
I put the Michigan apple harvest schedule on Facebook and I haven’t even heard of a lot of them. I have some taste testing to do.
This Apple Filled Pull Apart Bread happens to be vegan (no butter!) so if you are or have a vegan friend, you can easily make this for them and they’ll be happy.
Tools found on Amazon to help you
- Apple (vegetable peeler) – get a good peeler. The other day I used a random one I found in my drawer and immediately regretted it. It went in the garbage with the peels and I dug out my OXO.
- Loaf Pan – you don’t have to get fancy here but I have seen several at TJ Maxx lately that I want.
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Originally published September 6, 2016