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Apple Fritter Pull-Apart Bread

By: Morgan from hostthetoast.com
Apple Fritter Pull-Apart Bread
Apple Fritter Pull-Apart Bread
This image courtesy of blog.hostthetoast.com

Apple fritters are arguably one of the best kinds of apple desserts. And with this recipe, you can easily enjoy Apple Fritter Pull-Apart Bread anytime you like! This delicious bread is made using a can of refrigerated biscuits, apples, sugars, and spices. Apple fritter bread can really be eaten at any time of the day - serve it for breakfast, as a mid-afternoon snack, or as a delectable dessert. Be sure to top off the bread with a sugary glaze for an added touch of sweetness.

Serves: 8

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I am so happy I found this recipe! I just bought a bag of apples and a can of biscuits, with no particular plan in mind. I will make this for a brunch bread next weekend. My family enjoys coffee cakes, and anything with apple is sure to be a hit.

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It is totally apple fritter season I couldn't be more excited. This bread is so unique! I recently saw a recipe for apple fritter waffles and I really loved that recipe, too. Since the fritters are usually fried, this bread definitely has a little bit of a different taste than you may expect but trust me, it is still delicious! I can't wait to try it with peaches in the summer!

Apple fritters are one of my favorite pastries, and I'll seek them out whenever I encounter a new pastry shop. This is an astonishingly easy to make recipe since the use of the Grands biscuit really cuts down on the time needed. Some of the better apple fritters I've had included raisins, so I might sprinkle a few on some of the rolls. I also thought about adding some slivered almonds to the apple mix. Great recipe!

Guys, I have a confession...I am OBSESSED with quick bake recipes that use refrigerated biscuit dough! You have no idea how easy these recipes will make your life! This one is crazy delicious, but I am a bit of a nut for apple desserts. When the recipe says that it is quick to make, they aren't kidding. This is seriously one of those recipes that you can just quickly throw together and it looks like you have put in hours of work. Give this a try is you love apple desserts like I do. You will not be disappointed! YUM!

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