Twice a month I get together with me friends and we have a coffee morning with cake (“real cake”) we take turns and bake a new cake or desert each time. I’m trying different recipes and have been making cinnamon pull apart bread.

Cinnamon Pull Apart Bread Recipe

Ingredients for Cinnamon Pull Apart Bread

2 full cups and 1 cup almost full of all purpose (plain) flour
1/4 cup of sugar
1 packet dried fast acting yeast (aprox 2 and 1/4 teaspoons of dried fast acting yeast)
4 oz of butter
2/3 cups of milk (I used semi skimmed)
2 eggs
1 teaspoon vanilla escense

Cinnamon Sugar for filling

2/3 cups of sugar
2 teaspoons of cinnamon
4oz of butter

How to make Cinnamon Pull Apart Bread

I used a bread maker but you can do this just as easily without.

  1. Put in the flour, sugar and yeast into the bowl.
  2. In the microwave melt the butter (do it in 20 sec increments)
  3. Add the milk eggs and vanilla to the melted butter and mix
  4. Add the liquid mix to the dry ingredients in the bowl and mix together to form a dough
  5. Leave to rise – in the bread maker use the dough programme if not leave for around 45 minutes
  6. Make up the Cinnamon Sugar by mixing together the sugar and the cinnamon
  7. Melt the butter  for the cinnamon sugar filling as before
  8. Preheat an oven to 150C
  9. When the dough has risen roll out into a rectangle on a lightly floured surface
  10. Spread the dough with around 3/4 of the melted butter
  11. Sprinkle on the around 3/4 of the cinnamon sugar mix
  12. Cut the dough into 2inch stripes and then roll up
  13. Grease a square baking dish
  14. Place the rolled up dough into the dish
  15. Spread the remaining melted butter over the top of the dough and then sprinkle with the remaining cinnamon mix
  16. Put in the oven for 30 – 35 minutes
  17. Leave to cool for a bit and turn out onto a rack to cool further

Cinnamon Pull Apart Bread Recipe

 

Serve the cinnamon pull apart bread with coffee for the perfect coffee morning treat for you and your friends.

Author
Cerys Parker

Cerys is a marine biologist, environmental educator, teacher, mum, and home educator from the UK. She loves getting creative, whether it is with simple and easy crafts and ideas, activities to make learning fun, or delicious recipes that you and your kids can cook together you'll find them all shared here on Rainy Day Mum.

3 Comments

  1. Just curious, how are these basically different from cinnamon rolls? Also, it seems to me that , like cinnamon rolls, it would be easier to roll the whole sheet of dough first, then cut I and place into pan. Sounds good, though.

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