Apple Pie Pull Apart Bread with Vanilla Glaze

2.3K

Soft layers of cinnamon-sugar biscuit dough and fresh apple slices combine to make this the most mouthwatering breakfast/dessert EVER. Try it this weekend!

Apple Pie Pull Apart Bread with Vanilla Glaze – Soft layers of cinnamon-sugar biscuit dough and fresh apple slices combine in this amazing pull apart bread! | thecomfortofcooking.com

Don’t you just want to curl up inside there a live for a little while? Grab a big, doughy layer and wrap yourself up snug with a cinnamon-sugar pillow. Nosh on the walls, layer by layer, for nourishment.

Ahhh, yes. If life could be so grand… and full of carbs! Delicious, delightful carbs.

Apple Pie Pull Apart Bread with Vanilla Glaze – Soft layers of cinnamon-sugar biscuit dough and fresh apple slices combine in this amazing pull apart bread! | thecomfortofcooking.com

This is just about the worst thing in the world for my new low-carb life, but I think earns me a ticket to best-wife-in-the-world-dom. Before I could get my greedy paws on more than a few bites, hubby swooped the whole loaf to his office like the unreasonable loving man he is.

Oh, that wonderful, wonderful man…

Apple Pie Pull Apart Bread with Vanilla Glaze – Soft layers of cinnamon-sugar biscuit dough and fresh apple slices combine in this amazing pull apart bread! | thecomfortofcooking.com

But really, can you even handle this?! I know if it was in my kitchen for any longer than the VERY brief period it was, I would have had a serious problem on my hands.

Fluffy, soft and doughy layers of Pillsbury biscuit dough coated in cinnamon-sugar and cozied up with fresh apple slices? UH, yes. Drizzled with a decadent vanilla glaze that seeps into every little crevice and makes every bite melt-in-your-mouth amazing? Might as well just be pornography!

Apple Pie Pull Apart Bread with Vanilla Glaze – Soft layers of cinnamon-sugar biscuit dough and fresh apple slices combine in this amazing pull apart bread! | thecomfortofcooking.com

Did I really just go there… Oh dear.

Apple Pie Pull Apart Bread with Vanilla Glaze – Soft layers of cinnamon-sugar biscuit dough and fresh apple slices combine in this amazing pull apart bread! | thecomfortofcooking.com

Seriously, though, this is not even an option for you. You must MAKE IT and LOVE IT and tell me that it was gone from your kitchen counter in nanoseconds, because that’s just the truth. You’ll see!

There’s been nothing better than this incredible Apple Pie Pull Apart Bread to come out my oven lately, and that ain’t no lie. It’s so easy and would be a fun project to get your little baker’s hands in the mix, too! I know you’ll absolutely love it, and love sharing it with friends and family… if they’re lucky!


Apple Pie Pull Apart Bread with Vanilla Glaze

Servings 1 loaf (serves 6-8)

Ingredients

For Apple Pie Pull Apart Bread:

  • Nonstick cooking spray
  • 1/3 cup granulated sugar
  • 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg
  • 1 16 oz. tube Pillsbury Grands Flaky Layers Biscuits
  • 1 medium apple cored and thinly sliced

For Vanilla Glaze:

  • 1 cup powdered sugar
  • 1 1/2 tablespoons milk any kind
  • 1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract

Instructions

For Apple Pie Pull Apart Bread:

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
  • Line a loaf pan with parchment paper and spray lightly with nonstick cooking spray. Mix sugar, cinnamon and nutmeg in a shallow dish and set aside.
  • Remove biscuits from tube and slice each in half, creating 16 rounds. Coat each round and each apple slice with the cinnamon-sugar mixture and layer in the loaf pan, alternating biscuit rounds with apple slices. Begin and end with the biscuit rounds.
  • Bake for 35-40 minutes, or until bread is fully baked throughout.

For Vanilla Glaze:

  • Mix all ingredients in a medium bowl and drizzle over warm bread.
  • Enjoy!

Join the Conversation

  1. You know I’m eating this entire bread, right? Yeah, no sharing on this one!

  2. This looks delicious and seems to easy to make. I wish I could eat it right now! Thanks for sharing.

  3. I made one of these a few days ago and went to photograph it for the blog. I took a couple of photos which I didn’t seem to like, so I went back to the prop room to grab a different plate and when I went back to my photography spot, THE BREAD WAS ALL GONE. ALL OF IT.
    It didn’t last a minute at home and I had only had a tiny bit of it. Pure bliss.
    Your recipe reminds me of how I have to make it again and eat it all by myself. No sharing or leaving it unattended with my carb-devouring brothers. Nah.
    I love how easy your recipe is and how darn delicious it looks… I’d eat it all right now… layer by layer. Man, it looks awesome ;-)

  4. It sure looks darn good, I could see how having that lying around would spell trouble!

  5. It looks really good! I want to make it for tomorrow’s potluck at my office. but do you have any substitute for the layers biscuits? can i just use… bread…for example?

  6. Decisions, decisions, decisions… which one of these amazing photos should I use for pinning? Maybe not the best for our low carb life but boy does this one look amazing! Take Care, BAM

  7. Oh my!! Love the sliced apples shoved in the crevices. Yum!

  8. This. Looks. Incredible. Just wow!! Amazed right now!

  9. Oh my lands! Georgia…I am in the same boat as you. Baking all sorts of wickedness that I cannot eat. (Just learned I have a severe allergy to dairy, too. Not fair, I say! No cheese? Lord. Help. Me.) Thank goodness for hubbies who can handle the carbs, eh? (Those selfish gluttons. Ha!) Seriously…absolutely GORGEOUS pull apart loaf apple pie style! I bet it tasted out-of-this-world fabulous. Thanks for sharing, girl. Will pin to all group boards! xo

  10. This is gorgeous, Georgia! I love the fall-inspired twist!

  11. I so want to wrap myself in the warm comforts of this apple pull apart bread while I lick the sugary coating off the inside. Love this. Pinned!

  12. Um, oh my god. How did you know this would be every one of my favorite things wrapped into one amazing bread?! Pinning immediately.

  13. What a great variation of pull apart bread for the fall! I’ve actually never made pull apart bread before but I may have to now.

  14. I want to l wrap that bread around myself – and then eat it all. Looks sooo good!

  15. Shut the front door! This looks incredible, Georgia!

  16. My mouth is absolutely watering, love love love this recipe!

  17. Oh so pretty Georgia!
    If i made this, it would be gone within an hour, it is dangerously goodlooking.

  18. I can finish the whole loaf by myself! The harvest bread looks incredible, Georgia.

  19. I would have no problem getting through the entire loaf on my own … it looks delicious! :)

  20. I have no idea how you were able to make this and not eat it – I think I would devour the whole thing!! This looks so delicious, and so gorgeous! pinning this amazing bread!!

  21. Now this is exactly what I need to perk up my day!

  22. I have been seeing pull apart breads all over the internet! This one looks AMAZING!!!

  23. this is making me DROOOOL – stop doing this to me please!

  24. This bread looks too good – dangerously delicious, in fact!

  25. Gorgeous sweet girl! I don’t know if I’ve seen a prettier bread this year! Will be pinning this and making this soon!

  26. I’m in complete awe of this recipe. Amazing.

  27. This is just beautiful! I’m trying to cut down on carby things this month and this totally makes me want to give up and eat some bread. Apple Pie Pull Apart Bread!

  28. I just died and went to heaven, Georgia. And it’s so easy to make! Who knew? I’m in love with apple anything this time of year (well, any time of year). This is THEE fall indulgence for me. Love it!

  29. Just made my first pull apart bread this past weekend–TO DIE FOR. Love the apple slices in yours too. Your hubs in one lucky man!

  30. I’m so wanting to try this recipe-will have to wait until my grandkids come for a sleep over…they are all good eaters so I don’t have to worry about the temptation of having this amazing bread in my kitchen all to myself ;)

  31. This looks delicious!! Drooling over here. What kind of apple did you use?

  32. Georgia, this pull apart bread is absolutely gorgeous, and it’s apple! Yay!! Love apples, pinning!

  33. I need to try a pull-apart bread. I will say, this one looks like the one I need to try – the glaze and apples look so yummy!

  34. This bread sounds incredible! Love it!

  35. My word… Gulp… drool… and slurp. This looks amazing!! You really nailed down the flavors of fall with this one. :)

  36. The is incredible. I will be making this. Amazing!

  37. Looks wonderful Georgia! I’m so into fall treats these days :)

  38. What a creative and fun use for Pillsbury biscuit dough! I’ve always loved pull apart breads because they’re just so much fun to eat. And the cinnamon-sugar topping on this sounds amazing! Definitely pinning this — and after one bite, I’ll probably need to plead my husband to take it to his office so my waistline doesn’t pay the price : )

  39. I love your writing , especially when describing food, it immediately sends me into a cooking frenzy (which isn’t so practical as it’s close to midnight here…).

  40. This is just awesome. Love the action shot of the glaze pouring all over the bread. Delicious!!

  41. Oh yum! This was amazing and then you poured on that glaze….heaven!

  42. I saw you last weekend and you can afford a few carbs. You looked GREAT!
    Life is short—indulge!

  43. Holly molly this looks incredible. Another superb recipe. I would love to make this right now…too bad I don’t use the store bought biscuits but I am sure I can make my own :-) I love all of the cinnamon in this. I am sure you kitchen smelled heavenly!!

  44. I just had a vision of myself eating that whole loaf. Singlehandedly. So good.

  45. Seriously – I don’t think I would have been able to resist this!

  46. Yeah, I could definitely live in there! I love carbs, way too much, alas. Super recipe – thanks so much.

  47. Sounds amazing and I’m pretty sure I already have all of these ingredients! so yummy!

  48. Gorgeous loaf of bread!

  49. I’ve made an orange version…long ago…and now I must make your apple pie pull apart! It looks spectacular, Georgia!

  50. This my friend is a fabulous way to enjoy apple pie.

    Velva

  51. Your bread looks perfect, I have bookmarked it a million times :D
    Delicious!

    Cheers
    CCU

  52. Oh my goodness! I am definitely going to be making this!!

  53. What fun Georgia! Gorgeous photos to go along too!

  54. Holy cow is that gorgeous Georgia!

  55. Gorgeous (as always!)!

  56. Looks lovely! Apple and cinnamon is one of my favorite combinations. A fall classic.

  57. This looks dreamy! I know I could finish half the loaf myself!

  58. Wow, Georgia. So fall and so easy too. Love it!

  59. who are you?? How do you come up with the most delicious look recipes and photos simultaneously. this screams FALL!

  60. HAHA! Oh god. You made my day, Jess. Trade ya those awesome zucchini fritters for some of this bread! But just some… hehe.

  61. Can I use just regular Pilsbury biscuits if I can’t find the flaky? Will that work and how many biscuits were used? 8? Thanks! Looks good and I want to try it for the weekend!

  62. Yes! I can’t guarantee your bread will turn out just like this, but go ahead. I used 8 biscuits, sliced in half, creating 16 rounds.

  63. I KNEW this was going to be delicious, so I made two loaves for a movie party. It got rave reviews and everyone asked about the recipe! They were surprised it was so easy. Thanks so much for sharing. <3

  64. Oh my, this is ridiculous. I loveeeeeeeeeee biscuits, this recipe is just genius.

  65. This is genius!!

  66. Oh, this looks really nice :D perfect for the next brunch or comfy breakfast – even without the glaze :)

  67. Genius!! So want to try these!!!

  68. Okay, my next grocery trip, I`m getting some pillsbury cans. This looks amazing, I feel like I could taste this already!

  69. Oooh! Yummy!. I’ve a crock pot caramel/dulche de leche recipe I think I’ll pair this with for a work event. Thanks

  70. I love easy recipes!!! Totally gonna try this for the upcoming holidays! :D And the pictures look amazing.

  71. Cindy in Kansas says:

    I’m gonna dip each slice of biscuit, and what the heck!, the apples too, in butter first and see how that works out. If it don’t kill me, I’ll let you know how it turns out.

  72. You can try it, but the recipe doesn’t call for butter since the biscuits are already plenty buttery enough. Interested to hear how it turns out, though!

  73. im making this as we speak how long can u freeze it im making several loaves

  74. I’ve never frozen it, so I’m not sure how well it would hold up, but you can certainly try.

  75. Only one apple? Can you use more or is that going to throw off the taste?

  76. It would be a stretch to fit in more than one apple between the pastry layers. But, if you slice it very thinly, you may be able to fit more than one.

  77. This was nummy! I squeezed in additional apple slices which was a good idea.

  78. Roberto Hurtado says:

    Made this today, however the center bottom would not cook and it was still very doughy, perhaps from the juices from the apples? I had to cook it for a lot longer, did anybody else have this problem?

  79. The problem might have been the thickness of your apple slices, or layering the dough and apples too tightly together.

  80. Hey There. Ӏ found your blog using msn. This is a really well written article.

    I will be sᥙre to bookmark it аnd come back to read more of
    your useful information. Thanks for the post. I’ll certainly comeback.

  81. Hey! This is kind of off topic but I need some help from an established
    blog. Is it very hard to set up your own blog? I’m not very techincal but I can figure
    things out pretty fast. I’m thinking about creating my own but I’m
    not sure where to start. Do you have any ideas or suggestions?
    Appreciate it

  82. Hi there! This post couldn’t be written any better! Reading this post reminds me of my previous room mate!

    He always kept chatting about this. I will forward this write-up to
    him. Fairly certain he will have a good read. Thanks for sharing!

  83. Hello! I’m at work surfing around your blog from my new iphone 3gs!

    Just wanted to say I love reading your blog and look forward to all
    your posts! Carry on the great work!

  84. It’s wonderful that you are getting thoughts from this paragraph as well as from our argument made
    at this time.

  85. My partner and I stumbled over here different web page and thought I should check
    things out. I like what I see so now i’m following you.
    Look forward to checking out your web page repeatedly.

  86. Hurrah, that’s what I was searching for, what a stuff!
    present here at this blog, thanks admin of
    this web page.

  87. Woah! I’m really enjoying the template/theme of this site.
    It’s simple, yet effective. A lot of times it’s
    very hard to get that “perfect balance” between superb
    usability and appearance. I must say you have done a superb job with this.
    In addition, the blog loads super quick for me on Opera.

    Excellent Blog!

  88. Outstanding post however I was wanting to know if you could write a litte more
    on this subject? I’d be very thankful if you could elaborate a little bit
    further. Many thanks!

  89. I like the helpful information you provide in your articles.
    I will bookmark your blog and check again here frequently.
    I am quite sure I’ll learn plenty of new stuff right here!
    Good luck for the next!

  90. Good article. I am experiencing a few of these issues
    as well..

  91. Hey! This post could not be written any better! Reading this post reminds me of my old room mate! He always kept talking about this. I will forward this post to him. Fairly certain he will have a good read. Thanks for sharing!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Recipe Rating




Close
The Comfort of Cooking © Copyright 2020. All rights reserved.
Close