Make the dough for this Cinnamon Sugar Pull-Apart Bread with your bread machine. So easy, and delicious! Sweet, gooey and full of cinnamon sugar deliciousness!
Cinnamon Sugar Pull-Apart Bread is the ultimate in sweet delicious breads. Seriously. This bread is the stuff dreams are made of. It’s sweet, soft, gooey and full of delicious cinnamon flavour. If I had my way, we’d have a loaf every Saturday morning…but that’s just not good for my pants, know what I mean? But when you want a treat, you should make this bread.
And don’t worry, it’s much easier than it may look. In fact, I make the dough for this pull apart bread in my bread machine. Bread machines are so awesome for us non-bread makers…they do all the work for you. And the best part is, the end result is the same…you end up with a loaf of delicious bread.
I also really love that this is a sharing bread…set it out in the middle of your table, and everyone can help themselves. You’ll notice a funny thing will happen…everyone will get quiet, and the middle pieces will disappear first. That’s where all the gooey soft cinnamon sugar syrup is. Are you convinced yet?
This recipe will make one large loaf of Cinnamon Sugar Pull-Apart Bread. Don’t worry if the pieces jumble up all over the place as the loaf bakes…it will taste amazing. I have also included some pictures below of how to prepare and cut the dough before it goes into the pan for baking…
This recipe was adapted from Joy the Baker
Here’s a visual on how to prep the dough. This is the fun part!
Roll out the dough to measure roughly 12 x 18 inches, then slather it with all the melted butter.
Spread the cinnamon-sugar mix evenly over the dough. Use all of it. Yes.
Cut your dough into 6 even strips, vertically.
Then stack the pieces on top of each other.
Cut into 6 even strips again.
Take each section of dough, turn them upward and line them up in a lightly greased baking pan. Sprinkle on any extra cinnamon-sugar mix that may have escaped. Now refer back to the recipe for baking instructions.
Then eat. Indulge. Wipe the drool off your chin.
This post was originally published in April 2011. I just updated it with new, delicious pictures!