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Pull Apart Bread

Kelley Sells

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Feb 2, 2006
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Using the 8" exec saute pan with this and it was FANTASTIC and soooo easy....

Preheat oven to 350
1 stick of butter, melt on stovetop on med. heat.
1/4 cup of sugar
cinnamon
1 cut and chopped apple (or whatever you want to use)
1 package of Pillsbury Grands biscuits

Once butter is melted, put in sugar, cinnamon and apples, let saute.

Cut biscuits into quarters.

Take pan off heat, add biscuits, toss with mixture and put in oven for about 18-20 minutes, be sure to put a pan below that rack to catch any mixture overflow....

Woo hoo, this was a GREAT breakfast treat..:p ..it would wow them at the shows.

I got this off here, and there where a few variations to it. BUT, this would sell that pan to ANYONE......

Thanks to the person that originally posted it!:D I'm going to play with it and if I have anything else fabulous I'll post it....
 

lacychef

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Feb 15, 2006
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yummy!

I haven't tried this version, but the cheesy garlic pull apart is awesome too! My two daughters loved it when I practiced it at home. I am making it for my show tomorrow. The host was excited when I told her about it, because she's interested in the cookware & hasn't seen it demo-ed before!
 

Kelley Sells

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Feb 2, 2006
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Is that...

in the SB? I'll search the site....THAT sounds awesome...okay, I have to confess, I've eaten 1/2 of it all by myself....:eek: Gosh, I'm gonna have to start walking at LEAST an hour a day....:D
 

pamperedbecky

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May 6, 2005
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I've made that apple cinnamon pull apart bread at my brunch shows where I make the Ham & Cheddar Croissant Bake from the fall/winter Season's Best. Yum!!
 

lacychef

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Feb 15, 2006
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found it here!

I found a file here with lots of different pull apart recipes. I think you can be creative and use lots of different ingredients. What a great way to show off the cookware:D
 
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