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Better Than Anything Cinnamon Pull Aparts

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Better Than Anything Cinnamon Pull Aparts
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Not quite monkey bread and not quite a cinnamon roll, these Better Than Anything Cinnamon Pull Aparts are in a category all their own. Served warm and fresh out of the oven, this gooey, doughy treat simply can't be beat. For those times when you're craving something sweet and cinnamon-y, try this awesome recipe for a delicious pull-apart treat. Stash this with all of your other favorite cinnamon roll recipes and recipes for monkey bread... it's a great alternative when you want something a little bit different!

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Preparation Time30 min

Cooking Time20 min

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I like this Better Than Anything Cinnamon Pull Aparts because of the idea of pulling the cinnamon pieces apart to eat them. You can bake the whole thing and just place it on the table and call everyone to partake of it. It's fun. Great with coffee.

I love bread and my boyfriend loves cinnamon-flavored desserts. This recipe is perfect for us!

Yum, this looks great!

no yeast bread sticks

Just curious....Can these be prepared in advance and refrigerated or frozen for a day or so?

Great question! You can ask the blogger directly by commenting on her blog.

Easier version (and just as good): Buy some Rhodes frozen bread. Thaw it. Go to Step 5.

Thank you all for your feedback. To ensure the quality of this recipe, Sherron from Simply Gourmet made these Cinnamon Pull-Aparts for a second time and they came out great! If you had trouble with the recipe, we recommend checking back on the blog for more helpful hints when working with bread dough. Thanks! - The Editors of RecipeLion

The recipe won't come up. When I click on the link to go to it, it goes to the blog and says the page doesn't exist. Is there another way to get to the recipe?

Thank you, everyone, for your feedback. This is a blogger-submitted recipe, but if you have ideas or suggestions of ways to improve the dish, please leave your notes here in the comments section. We are always looking for ways to make our recipes better and appreciate the feedback. Thank you! -The editors of RecipeLion

Wow, I do not think I have ever seen so many negatives about a recipe before. Sure am glad I checked them. Thanks to everyone who took the time to send one in. Saved me alot of time, money and trouble.

The are terrible. I thought they looked easy and good so I didn't read the comments because often I don't agree or am tired of cooks asking dumb

Worse recipe I have ever tried. The ingredients, are off and you will have to improvise to even get the batter to mix. Dough has no taste, only in the sugar/cinnamon, gives it any flavor at all. Sorry I wasted the eggs, flour, and sugar, etc. Please do not waste your time.

Save time buy packages of refrigerated dough for plain biscuits buttermilk or plain doesn't matter to a package open the tubes of dough cut each biscuit into quarters Using half a dozen at a time shake the dough quarters in a plastic bag with your cinnamon sugar mix I use a x pan melt a few tbsp of butter in the bottom I layer the pan with the coated quarters of dough leave room for expansion It's a lumpy sight the quarters will retain a triangular shape for the most part I drizzle a little melted butter over the dough and sprinkle some extra cinnamon-sugar mix across the top Bake at degrees for about - minutes watch for golden brown top and poke with a toothpick so you don't have uncooked dough in the middle You can pull these apart in any size pieces No mess no stress A wee bitRead More time-consuming cutting the biscuits and coating them but my kids loved to help with that If you want cram cheese frosting go for it but with each piece coated in cinnamon sugar I've never needed frosting

Horrible recipe. 8 cups of flour is a dough mess, have to add at least another cup flour to even try and work with, then another half cup on hands to roll. Why put pan in oven @400 when you are going to let the dough rest for 30 minutes. Ovens will come to temperature and heat the pan in 15 minutes. Not to mention all the bad recipe instructions. The most horrible taste, I had to throw them out for the birds, there is not enough cream cheese frosting to make these taste good. Sorry I lost the flour, eggs, and yeast for this recipe. Please do not try it. Thanks Debbie

Thank you gypsyrose , saved me alot of money and time

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