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Pumpkin Pie Cinnamon Roll Pull Apart Bread

Pumpkin Pie Cinnamon Roll Pull Apart Bread
Pumpkin Pie Cinnamon Roll Pull Apart Bread

Yup. You read that right, pumpkin pie cinnamon roll pull apart bread. Pumpkin pie meets cinnamon rolls meets a loaf of pull apart bread. Not to mention super easy to make considering I used canned cinnamon rolls… I’ve tried making real cinnamon rolls so many times and I just cannot get them right. So for all of you with a candy hangover from last night, or for those of you who are about to go to the grocery store and buy all the half off Halloween candy… make room for this bread. That’s not a suggestion… make room. You need this.

I used two packages of cinnamon rolls, so that gave me 18 little bread slices. That fit perfectly in the loaf pan. There really is no measurement of pumpkin that you need to use. I used about half a can on the entire loaf of bread. So there really isn’t that much being used, but you’re going to want to put a spoonful or half a spoonful on every piece. I also stacked 4 slices to a pile, then in the greased bread pan, stacked each loaf. It is way easier to do this than to stack them all then transfer to the pan or just placing them in the pan.

And be sure to use BOTH icing packets from both cinnamon roll packages… nobody wants a half iced slice of pumpkin pie cinnamon roll pull apart bread. Say that ten times fast.

Below you’ll find the recipe for this AH-MAZING bread… so you should probably just go out and buy all the ingredients so you can make this for your at-home weekend brunch. This has Saturday and Sunday morning written ALL over it.

Pumpkin Pie Cinnamon Roll Pull Apart Bread

Ingredients

  • 2 packages cinnamon rolls, regular sized
  • 1 can pumpkin
  • Nutmeg, white sugar, brown sugar and cinnamon, to sprinkle
  • 2 packets of icing

Instructions

  1. Preheat your oven to 375
  2. Take apart your cinnamon rolls and using your hands or a dough roller, roll out each slice.
  3. Take a small spoonful of pumpkin and spread it across each slice. Then sprinkle nutmeg, white sugar, brown sugar and cinnamon on each pumpkin covered slice.
  4. Stack your slices into 4 piles of 4
  5. Grease a 8.5" X 4.5" X 2.75" bread pan (your typical loaf pan)
  6. Holding your pan perpendicular to the counter (this will make stacking easier) stack your 4 piles of cinnamon roll slices.
  7. Bake your bread for 40-45 minutes.
  8. Take out of the oven, and top with the icing.
  9. Wait to cool and enjoy!
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