This Cinnamon Apple Pull-Apart Bread is sweet, gooey and full of delicious cinnamon sugar coated apples! So good right out of the oven.
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by BC Tree Fruits. I have been compensated monetarily for my time and recipe creation. This recipe, all pictures and words are my own.
I made a bread that’s so delicious that I think you need to make it too. It’s the kind of bread that will bring people running to the table, and won’t last more than a serving. It’s the kind of bread that reminds you of the days when your grandma or mom would make homemade cinnamon buns. This bread is my Cinnamon Apple Pull-Apart Bread, a soft doughy bread with a gooey, cinnamony apple mix in every bite. Are you convinced yet?
I partnered up with BC Tree Fruits to bring you this delicious recipe! Since 1936, BC Tree Fruits has been a trusted Canadian source for apples, pears, peaches, cherries and a whole host of other fruits grown by 430+ local families who love what they do and where they do it…the sunny Okanagan Valley! They grow over 12 fresh varieties of apples: Ambrosia, Fuji, Golden Delicious, Granny Smith, Honeycrisp, McIntosh, Nicola, Pink Lady, Red Delicious, Royal Gala, Spartan, Sunrise and Salish.
When my box of BC Tree Fruits Ambrosia apples arrived at my door, I knew exactly what I was going to make with them. The Ambrosia apple is a homegrown original apple that is sweet, has a white, firm and crisp flesh, and are best for snacking, salads, pies, baking. And perfect for my Cinnamon Apple Pull-Apart Bread recipe.
Fun Fact about Ambrosia apples! The Ambrosia was discovered in the 1990s as a chance seedling, and no one really knows its parentage, other than the fact that the original orchard was full of Jonagolds and had previously been home to both Golden Delicious and Red Delicious trees.
Back to the bread! This bread is actually quite easy to make, especially because I make the dough with my bread machine. If you don’t have a bread machine, feel free to use your favourite sweet dough recipe instead.
The star of this recipe though, is the cinnamon/brown sugar/apple mix that gets spread over the sweet dough. Seriously, just look at all that deliciousness!
Once the apple mix is spread over the dough, it’s cut up into pieces…
Then all the yummy dough is stuffed into a loaf pan…I’ve put all the detailed instructions on how to do this, in the recipe card below. It’s much easier than it looks, and well worth the effort!
Because the end result is mega-tasty. Just look at all that delicious dough bursting out of the pan…and in every bite delicious, sweet, cinnamony apples.
This bread is the best served warm. Let it rest for about 10-15 minutes after baking, then take it out of the pan and put it onto a serving platter. Then just let everyone pull apart pieces from it. SO good.Print
How to get the most out of your apples:
- Store your apples in the crisper in your fridge, at a low temperature and high humidity.
- Keep your apples in a plastic bag to prevent them from speeding up ripening of other produce items. Apples emit ethylene, which is a naturally occurring gas that encourages ripening,
- Apples are easier to peel when they’re cold. But keep in mind, most of the fruit’s nutritional value is found in the skin!
- Fun Apple Fact! A plate of apple slices on the kitchen counter will help absorb cooking odours.
More Delicious Apple Recipes:
- Apple Coffee Cake
- Easy Apple Turnovers with Cheese
- 5 Minute Apple Pie Oatmeal
- The Best Apple Pie
- Homemade Apple Butter
Have a delicious day!