Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Pumpkin Pull-apart Bread

Growing up, Thanksgiving dinner has always been served around 2PM-ish… I am not sure why, but this is just the way it’s always been, and John and I have been doing something similar ourselves.  It is kind of an awkward time when you are super hungry, but don’t want to eat too much since you’re about to chow down on some stuffing (anyone with me on this? The best part of Thanksgiving is always the stuffing!). 

Since Thanksgiving is basically a late lunch in our home, breakfast gets a bit neglected because everyone is focused on preparing the main course.  Well, I have solved the problem to all of your Thanksgiving day breakfast dilemmas… Pumpkin Pull-apart Bread!  This festive breakfast looks difficult, but it’s beyond easy, and will fit in perfectly with the festive meal later in the day.



What you need:
- 1 16oz can of biscuits
- 1 tbs of pumpkin pie spice
- 3/4 cup of brown sugar
- 1/2 stick of butter


How to:
1.  Break each biscuit into fourths.
2.  In a gallon plastic bag combine 1/2 cup of brown sugar and 1 tbs of pumpkin pie spice; put all of the biscuit pieces in the bag and shake until fully covered.
3.  Melt the 1/2 stick of butter and stir in the remaining brown sugar.
4.  Place half of the biscuits in your bread pan and pour half of the butter mixture over them.  Top with the remaining biscuits and then the rest of the butter mixture.
5.  Bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes or until all of the inner biscuits are cooked through.
6.  Once the bread is done baking, pop it out of the pan and top with the pumpkin glaze.

Pumpkin glaze
What you need:
- 1/2 cup of powdered sugar
-  2 tsp of milk
- 1/4 tsp of vanilla
- 2 tbs of pumpkin
- 1 tbs of melted butter
- pinch of cinnamon 

How to:
Simply mix together all of the ingredients and pour over the hot bread!
Save a little bit for extra dipping... you will be happy you did!



And let’s not forget to mention how great these re-heat in the microwave for an early Black Friday breakfast.  I made my recipe in a bread pan, but if you’re making breakfast for a larger crowd, it’s just as easy to double the recipe and use a bundt pan.

Our pumpkin flavored everything season is coming to an end... so get it while you can!





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36 comments :

  1. Umm this sounds amazing! I'm not the biggest pumpkin fan but I do LOVE pull apart bread so I'm going to have to try this!

    <3, Pamela
    sequinsandseabreezes.blogspot.com

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  2. I'm not a huge fan of pumpkin,but this sounds amazing! I love me some monkey bread!

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  3. Wow that looks so tasty - yum yum

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  4. Oh this is such a good idea!! We eat around the same time, so I have the same breakfast (and 8:00 pm) dilemma.

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  5. Oh my gosh, YESSSS! This looks amazing! We won't be home for Thanksgiving but I may need to whip this baby up over the weekend :)

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  6. This looks delicious! I definitely need to make it this winter!

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  7. This look incredible!!! I really want to try this - I'm not the best baker, but maybe with my MILs help we can make it!!

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  8. This looks absolutely amazing!!! I'm printing it off to make for thanksgiving! Thanks for sharing!! :)

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  9. Oh I love pull apart bread! I've only made it with cinnamon and brown sugar, but I'm thinking we need to add some pumpkin to the mix now too!

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  10. On your first list of items for "what you need" you have listed 1/4 Cup.... of what ingredient? :)

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  11. Sounds so easy and yummy. I've been stocking up on cans of pumpkin so my pumpkin season can last a little longer!

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  12. I should have never seen this! I need to make this now!

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  13. Yum, yum, and more yum! This looks oh so delicious!
    xo Southern Style

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  14. What a PERFECT food to serve that morning, and how easy. I personally don't do pumpkin but I know everyone would love this :)

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  15. Well now that I'm drooling (and happen to need a sweet tasting recipe for this weekend) I just may need to bookmark this for later. Holy yum!!!!

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  16. This would be such an easy day-of (or day-after) breakfast! Love the use of canned biscuits!

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  17. This looks so so so fabulous! I am going to make this at some point. Thanksgiving we are in the parade so I cant do it then but I need to eat this soon!

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  18. That looks so good! I would probably eat that whole tray in one sitting!

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  19. This sounds so good! And the best part is how easy it looks to make. Thanks for sharing and for hosting! -Jess

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  20. This looks delicious! I may just have to make this for a non - Thanksgiving meal :)

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  21. Oh my goodness, Lisa! This looks AMAZING! I have to try it asap! Thanks for sharing!:)

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  22. This take on Monkey/ Gorilla bread is mind blowing. I would've never thought to try a pumpkin version, but this is making me practically drool on my keyboard. YUM! Pinning it for sure.

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  23. Our dinner is around the same time! This breakfast looks perfect, I think we'll be trying it this year :) YUM!

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  24. This sounds amazing! Pinning this recipe for sure! xo

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  25. YUM! This looks absolutely delicious and like the best Thanksgiving (and day after!) breakfast!

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  26. OMG these look so heavenly. You have the best sweet recipes! I still have high hopes for trying to make your pumpkins macaroons!! I think I can do this bread though. Thanks for all your hard work in the holiday linkup!! You rock :)

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  27. This looks absolutely amazing!

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  28. Mmmm those look and sound delicious! We always neglect breakfast too and I end up starving by the time our meal is ready.

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  29. Yum!! How do you come up with these recipes?! I need to make that for Thanksgiving!

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  30. This recipe looks incredible! My mouth is watering. Yum!

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  31. This looks absolutely delicious! I want to make these like right now. Stopping by from the Pretty Pintastic Party.

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