3 ingredient cinnamon pull-apart bread

20141215_205244_HDRThe cold season has put me in the mood for cinnamon. Nothing says Christmastime  like the smell of gingerbread or cinnamon.

Behold, the easiest cinnamon pull-apart bread you will ever make.

If this season has you stressed out, this bread makes for an easy gift to a neighbor or a friend. It only takes 3 ingredients!

You will need:
1 regular sized loaf pan
A knife or pizza cutter
A pastry brush
A microwaveable bowl

Ingredients:
– 2 Pillsbury® Crescent Recipe Creations Seamless Dough Sheets.
– Half a stick of butter
– Cinnamon-sugar mixture

Steps:
1.) Pre-heat your oven to 375°F.
2.) Open the dough sheets. Unroll and lay them out.
3.) Melt the butter in a bowl in the microwave.
4.) Using your pastry brush, slather the butter on one side of both your dough sheets. Brush the sides and insides of your loaf pan with butter too.
5.) Sprinkle your cinnamon-sugar mixture over your dough sheets. Don’t be shy with this step! We want lots of cinnamon and sugar on this bread!
6.) A pizza cutter works best for this step. If you don’t have one, a sharp knife will also work. Cut each sheet of dough into 3 strips. The strips do not have to be exactly the same.
7.) Stack the strips, one on top of the other until you have only one stack.
8.) Using your pizza cutter, cut the stack into semi-even squares. It doesn’t have to be perfect.
9.) Stack your squares into one pile and transfer them into your loaf pan. You want to leave room in the front and back of your loaf pan for the dough to expand.
10.) Bake at 375°F for 30-40 minutes until expanded and golden brown.

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2 thoughts on “3 ingredient cinnamon pull-apart bread

  1. Thanks Aurea for sharing this recipe! I will have to hit the store and buy some seamless dough sheets this week. There’s only one store here at the north-end that I’ve found that carries them. 😦

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