August 3, 2014

Green Apple Pull Apart Bread {Using Rhodes Frozen Bread}



By now, I think almost everyone knows about Pull Apart Bread on Pinterest.  I don't think I have opened up my Pinterest and run through my followers pins without someone pinning a recipe for pull apart bread in a loaf pan.




I decided I needed to find out what all the fuss was about so I made my own spin on it, Green Apple Pull Apart Bread.  I decided to follow with the ingredients I use in my Apple Cinnamon Rolls.  




I clearly see what some people are saying you need to call the law when people make this.  ha! ha! You have not lived until you make some of this amazing pull apart bread.  

Hope you get to make some real soon.  

Enjoy!




Green Apple Pull Apart Bread 

1 loaf frozen Rhodes White bread, thawed out but still cool to the touch
3/4 cup butter, melted (divided)
2 cups sugar
1/4 cup cinnamon
2 green Granny Smith apples, peeled, cored and grated
1 tablespoon lemon juice
1 cup powdered sugar
3 tablespoon half and half
1/2 teaspoon vanilla paste (or vanilla extract)

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.  In a bowl, mix sugar and cinnamon together; set aside.  In a bowl, toss shredded apple with lemon juice being sure all is coated; set aside.  Butter a loaf pan.  Any loaf pan will work.

On a well floured surface, roll thawed bread dough in a 12x16 inch rectangle.

Smear 1/2 cup melted butter evenly over prepared dough all the way to the edge of the dough.

Sprinkle cinnamon mixture evenly on top of the butter all the way to the edge of the dough.

If there is any juice lingering in the bowl with the shredded apples while set aside, drain and pat dry.  Sprinkle shredded apple evenly over the cinnamon sugar mixture all the way to the edge of the dough.
There has be some comments on the difficulty to understand the instructions:  I am going to rewrite them for better clarity.
1.  Using a sharp knife or pizza cutter, cut 8 strips from the rectangle 2" wide starting at the long end,  You will end up with about 8 strips 2" wide.

2.  Using a spatula if the dough is too sticky, take one strips and lay on top of another, and then another strip and lay on top of the two strips and another one on top of the three.  You do this twice.  Now you have 2 stacks of 4 layers of strips = 8 individual layers .  Don't try to stack too many at one time they will not cut evenly.  Only stack 4 strips.  

3.  Now cut the layered strips into squares the width of you loaf pan about 2 inch wide (my loaf pan is about 2 inches wide).  Now you will have 6 squares stacks of 4 layers = 24 individual layers

Now to load or place them in the loaf pan follow from here:
1.Grease loaf pan with butter.

2. Pick up a stack of 4 layers and lay them sideways in the loaf pan with the layers showing on top.  Continue until all the stacks of 4 layers are in the loaf pan.  You should see 24 layers across the top.

The dough will rise and expand.  When I got all of the stacks in the loaf pan I had 24 layers across the pan, but if for some reason you have more layers than 24 do not try to cram a lot in the loaf pan and crowd the layers.  This will cause them not to cook right if you have.  28 layers is the most you need to have in the loaf pan.

Cover the loaf pan with a towel and let rise until almost doubled.  Bake for 30-45 minutes or until golden brown or until the center dough is done.  If dough begins to brown to much, place aluminum foil over the dough.  Be sure and not take it out to soon.  It will not come out of the pan successfully if the dough is not cook all the way through.

Remove from oven and let cool 15 minutes on a cooling rack.  While cooling prepare the glaze.

Mix in a bowl, using the reserved 1/4 cup melted butter, add powdered sugar, vanilla and half and half.  Using a wire whisk, cream throughly.

After bread is cooled slightly, drizzle with glaze.  Serve warm.

Note: You may substitute red apples for the green.

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13 comments :

  1. I have been looking for something like this for some time! I printed the recipe out and will try it next week when I pick apples at the store! Thanks for sharing

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  2. Oh, yum, this looks divine! I'm in the mood for fall, and apples and cinnamon are perfect for that! Thanks for sharing this with us at Treasure Box Tuesday- pinned and tweeted! :)

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  3. This sounds tasty! We love Granny Smith apples and pull apart bread, so this is a great combo. I'll definitely give it a try. :-)

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  4. must have some! looks so mouthwateringly delish I am about to drown!!

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  5. Sign me up for some of this! Amazing, simply amazing! Pinned :-) to try this yumminess! Saying hello from Monday Funday!
    Cathy

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  6. Love how simple this is and how delicious is looks! I love the addition of the apples.

    Passing by from Melt in Your Mouth Mondays.

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  7. Pull apart bread sounds pretty easy to make. I bet the green apple addition is tasty! Thanks for sharing at #theWeekendSocial. Pinned. Also, I've followed/liked you on your platforms. Hope to see you again Thursday 9:00 PM EST. theKtichenChopper.com

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  8. YOWZA! I'll be right over! ;-} Your photos are gloriously inviting. What a special dish. Pinning! Thanks a million for sharing with us at Weekend Potluck. Please come back soon.

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  9. I just want to face plant right into that gorgeous looking glaze on top. Yum!

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  10. This looks incredible! Found you at the Weekend Retreat...

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    1. Thank you Carisa….and thank you for stopping by!!

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  11. I have been hearing about this too, but didn't know what it was.

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  12. I love apple baked goods and this looks absolutely delicious. This has been featured as one of my favourites over at Sweet and Savoury Sunday. Stop by, grab a button and link up again with us this week. Have a great day!

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