Pull-apart bread is a holiday party favorite. These rich cheese- or chocolate-filled treats are a tasty appetizer for guests to pull apart and nibble on. They’re also easy to make, thanks to the feast of pull-apart bread recipes on TikTok. Here are five pull-apart bread recipes that will make a great addition to your holiday spread.
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You’ll definitely want to try a “piz-za” this delicious recipe. Start by cutting pizza dough into squares. Next, place a piece of string cheese in the middle of each square. Then roll the dough into balls, covering the cheese completely. Arrange the balls of cheese-filled dough in the shape of a Christmas tree on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Once out of the oven, brush the pizza tree with pesto before serving.
This simple pastry dish will be your go-to all holiday season:
Cranberries and Brie are a flavorful combination that never gets stale. First, slice the Brie into small chunks. Next, place a cube of Brie into a flattened piece of biscuit dough, and roll it into a ball. Arrange the balls evenly along the bottom of a bundt pan. Sprinkle some thyme and rosemary over the dough, followed by a few dollops of cranberry sauce. Bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 40 to 45 minutes. Once cool, flip over the bundt pan onto a plate and enjoy!
Rock and roll with this festive pull-apart bread wreath. Begin by adding your favorite cheese to the center of biscuit dough and rolling it into a ball. Next, arrange the dough in a wreath formation on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Brush the dough with butter, and sprinkle on some sesame seeds. Once baked, garnish with some herbs and pomegranate seeds before serving.
This pull-apart bread floral arrangement truly goes against the grain. The recipe involves a dough made from dry yeast, sugar, powdered milk, flour, water, olive oil, salt and red powdered food coloring. The dough is flattened and cut into three sections before it’s braided and rolled, forming a beautiful rose shape.
This recipe puts the “challah” in “challah-day” party. First, add a bunch of chocolate chips to the center of a piece of challah dough before rolling it into a ball. Next, line the bottom of a cake pan with dough, and add the chocolate-filled balls. Sift on some cinnamon and sugar before baking. Then garnish the challah with more chocolate chips before serving.
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