My friend Sara (from Frankly Entertaining) is always creating delicious-looking recipes. Because rotate the same 3-4 recipes for Sunday School breakfast, I often feel like I should bring something different but I never know what, so I decided I’d use her Apple Cinnamon Pull-Aparts this time. (We added one pear and used pads of butter rather than melted.)
I asked the boys if they’d give me a hand. Colin pulled the bundt pans out, spoons and butter knives. James got out the butter, Rhode’s rolls, cinnamon and brown sugar. They counted the rolls into each pan and measured & poured the ingredients into the pans. I diced up gala apples and pears.
Colin had a pile of cinnamon & brown sugar under his bundt pan because he didn’t realize that hole in the middle was a hole but it was easily swept back into the dish.
I LOVE that this dish is prepped it the night before!
I didn’t get an ‘after’ picture of the pull-apart bread, but it was DELICIOUS!
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