This Cinnamon Sugar Pull Apart Bread is made with crescent dough, meaning you can get this in the oven in just 10 minutes or less! A quick and easy recipe designed to satisfy your fall craving for cinnamon and spice.
If these little Cinnamon Sugar Pull Apart Bread pieces could talk, they would say:
“Hi guys! I’m back in full force! It’s autumn and I’m sure you’re feeling like you can’t get enough of me and my cinnamon spice! Please bake me. Please eat me. Please share me with your friends and family over and over again, before winter comes along and you leave me behind and run with open arms to peppermint.”
A Cinnamon Pull Apart Bread to satisfy fall cravings
Autumn is in full force in London and my tastebuds have been begging for a cinnamon-and-spice overdose.
I get that there’s no rule saying you can’t use cinnamon year round, but there’s a switch in my brain that ticks on when the air cools down and the sounds of crisp rustling leaves ring like music in the parks (Starbucks probably contributes to this craving with their Pumpkin Spice Latte!).
Here you go. This Cinnamon Sugar Pull Apart Bread with crescent dough is designed to satisfy your fall season craving for cinnamon and spice.
Baking this Cinnamon Sugar Pull Apart Bread fills our entire flat with the sweet scent of fall. Sometimes I think I could bake this over and over again, just to keep the smell going.
This Cinnamon Sugar Pull Apart Bread uses crescent dough for a quick recipe
It’s a good thing that this Cinnamon Sugar Pull Apart Bread is made with crescent dough because that means you can get this in the oven in just 10 minutes or less!
This pull apart bread is quick to make and also quick to disappear.
Make memories by sharing this Cinnamon Pull Apart Bread with family and friends
Because it’s a pull apart bread, there’s no need to wait for someone to serve you. Everyone, please just reach your hands in there and pull off a piece. It’s delicious when warm, so get in there quickly!
The only thing that will linger is the sweet scent of the cinnamon sugar in the kitchen, and the fond memories you make sharing this Cinnamon Sugar Pull Apart Bread with your family and friends.
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Cinnamon Sugar Pull Apart Bread with Crescent Dough
This Cinnamon Sugar Pull Apart Bread is made with crescent dough, meaning you can get this in the oven in just 10 minutes or less! A quick and easy recipe.
- 1/2 cup granulated sugar
- 1 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
- 1 350-grams can Jus-Rol Bake-It-Fresh Croissant Dough (or 1 8-oz can and 1 4-oz can of Pillsbury Crescent Dough)
- 6 tablespoons unsalted butter - melted
Preheat the oven to 390°F / 200°C.
Prepare a 8-inch springform tin by greasing the sides and either greasing the bottom of the pan, or covering the bottom of the pan with parchment paper. Set aside.
In a small bowl, mix together the sugar and cinnamon. Set aside.
Prepare a silicon mat or a sheet of wax paper by sprinkling on some of the cinnamon sugar (this is so the dough does not stick as much to the work surface). Open the can of croissant dough, and unroll the dough onto your work surface. Do not break apart the dough along the perforated lines.
Brush the dough with the melted butter, reserving a bit of the butter for brushing on top just before putting the pull apart bread in the oven. Evenly sprinkle on 6 tablespoons of the cinnamon sugar. Gently push down on the cinnamon sugar with your hands, so it sticks a bit to the dough.
Cut the dough so you have roughly 12 squares that are each approximately 2-inches by 2-inches (the shape of the unrolled dough will vary by brand).
Take one piece of dough and loosely scrunch up the sides of the dough so all the edges and corners are pointing upwards. Set it into the prepared baking pan, against the side of the pan. Take a second piece of dough, loosely scrunch up the sides of that piece, and place it next to the first one, just touching, so that the two piece support each other. Repeat the same process with the remaining pieces of dough, setting each piece of dough next to the previous piece, so that the pieces are all loosely touching and supporting one another.
Lightly brush the top of the pull apart bread with the remaining butter. Sprinkle on the remaining cinnamon sugar. Bake in the oven for 20-24 minutes, until the top is a dark golden brown.
Remove and allow to cool in the pan slightly before serving. Enjoy!