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Quick Apple Pull Apart Bread – An Easy, Delicious Treat

Apple pull apart bread is one of my favorite semi-homemade dishes to serve to my family or to guests. I am an apple lover. I seriously love all kinds of apples, and I love to cook with them as well. This Quick apple pull apart bread is super simple to make and looks entirely homemade even though it uses canned buttermilk biscuits. It makes a great dessert, a filling and delicious breakfast, or the perfect anytime snack. We hope that you enjoyed this Quick apple pull apart bread post.

Quick Apple Pull Apart Bread

Apple pull apart bread in bakeware.

Ingredients

  • 1 can buttermilk biscuits
  • ¾ cup applesauce
  • ½ teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1 tablespoon pure maple syrup
  • butter to grease oven safe dishes

Canned biscuits and apple pull apart bread ingredients.Canned biscuits in bakeware before cooking.Canned biscuits in bakeware in-process.Apple pull apart bread in bakeware before cooking. Close up of apple pull apart bread on plate.Directions

  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Grease the sides and bottoms of the dishes well, these ones held about 3 cups each and per the perfect size.
  3. Spoon in a bit of applesauce on the bottom of each dish.
  4. Place the biscuits in the dish standing up on their ends and offset from each other. Add a bit more applesauce between each of the biscuits and sprinkle with cinnamon.
  5. Bake for about 20 to 25 minutes, or until the tops are golden brown and the insides are cooked through.
  6. All ovens work differently so keep a close eye on your dishes as they get closer to the end time in case they need a little longer.
  7. Remove from the oven when done, leave in the dishes to cool a bit and brush with the maple syrup.

Apple pull apart bread in bakeware.

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  1. Amy

    This looks so yummy and pretty! I love biscuits and I love me some apples! Sounds like a winning recipe!

  2. I’m ALL ABOUT bread recipes and dessert recipes. Especially recipes like this, that could be used for breakfast or dessert! This looks super simple and really delicious.

  3. How easy is this recipe! Love that! Perfect dessert to serve for dinner parties any weeknight desserts. I love anything with apple cinnamon so I can’t wait to try it.

  4. There is nothing I love more than a great apple recipe. I bet this smells amazing while it is baking!

  5. brianne

    Wow this looks like the easiest recipe ever! I am so trying this out! 

  6. Reesa Lewandowski

    i love how these are in individual baking dishes! I would love them, where did you get them? This looks so delicious! I would never have thought to use biscuits!

  7. Sherry

    Now this I have got to try. Using applesauce is ingenious. My son would love this as well.

  8. It looks so easy and amazing! My son and hubby are crazy for apples! I can’t wait to make it! 

  9. That looks easy and delicious! I love the applesauce – I would use our favorite homemade kind!

  10. This looks and sounds amazing! I love that it’s an easy recipe. Sometimes the over the top ones look great but I never find the time to make them. This is doable! 

  11. Meagan Ivie

    I’m all about simple recipes. I’m going to have to try this yummy treat!

  12. Heather

    My kids love helping in the kitchen, and they are going to adore this recipe. It’s easy enough for my preschooler to help, but flavors big enough for the whole family.

  13. This looks so good with my morning coffee!!

  14. you can’t beat apples and bread combined together for a wonderful breakfast meal. Especially one so easy

  15. Rebecca Orr

    This looks delicious. Perfect for fall weather or anytime really.

  16. What simple and easy recipe to make, I loved it. I’ll do it, and then I’ll come back here to tell you what I found out about the taste.

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