Even pumpkin haters can't resist this pumpkin spice pull-apart bread
In a world so inundated with pumpkin spice it's hard to tell the actual products on the market from spoofs (uh, fall-flavored Spam?!), you might think people would have autumnal spice fatigue. Not so—not if this pull-apart bread is in their lives.
It's one of those desserts that looks way more sophisticated—AKA complicated—than it actually is, simply because pull-apart bread isn't something you make everyday. It seems like there's got to be a challenge to getting those flaky layers to peel apart so easily and be so loaded with flavor, but really, it all comes down to two things: Refrigerated biscuit dough and a resealable plastic bag.
Hold your eye-rolls for just a second to hear us out. True, those two ingredients are basically the secret to every food video in your Facebook feed ever, but there's good reason for it: It makes the recipe foolproof. Even if your baking track record's as spotty as Cher Horowitz's inClueless, you've got this.
Opt for the full-size biscuits—you know, the refrigerated Pillsbury Grands that proudly proclaim their "flaky layers." Then, you're simply cutting and peeling apart each biscuit, so you've got more layers of pumpkin-spiced biscuit dough to peel back, and shaking it in the resealable bag with plenty of cinnamon-sugar. From there, it's like making a sandwich of Dagwood proportions, slathering it with the spiced pumpkin filling and stacking those biscuits on top of each other before placing them on their side in a loaf pan. It's easier than ordering Postmates.
If you're thinking about omitting the cream cheese frosting, don't. Ever. You'll regret it more than that time you told your hairstylist you wanted a pixie like Emma Watson's and wound up with a cut that looked more like Justin Bieber's circa 2009.
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