Another favorite from King Arthur Flour’s website!
To make the dough: Whisk together the butter, milk, water, eggs, and vanilla extract. Combine the flour, sugar, salt, and yeast, then add the wet ingredients. Mix and knead, adding more flour or water if necessary to make a smooth, soft dough. Place the dough in a lightly greased bowl, cover, and allow to rest until doubled in size, about 1 hour.
Grease a 12" x 4" x 2 1/2" tea loaf pan or a 9" x 5" loaf pan.
Gently deflate the dough and turn it out onto a lightly greased surface. Roll the dough into a 12" x 20" rectangle. Spread the filling mixture all over the surface.
Cut the dough crosswise into six 3 1/2" x 12" strips. Stack the strips on top of one another. Cut the stack into six pieces, about 2" x 3 1/2" each. Turn the pieces on edge, and place them in the loaf pan one in front of the other from one end of the pan to the other, squeezing them in tight.
Cover the pan and allow the loaf to rise for 30 to 60 minutes, until it's almost doubled in size. While the loaf is rising, preheat the oven to 350°F.
|Waiting for it to rise!|
Bake the loaf for 45 to 55 minutes in the center of the oven, tenting it with foil after 30 minutes. Remove the loaf from the oven, and transfer it to a rack to cool for 15 to 20 minutes before turning it out of the pan to cool completely.
Yield: 1 loaf, about 12 to 15 servings.
|My hubby holds the position of chief taste tester here. He gave it his D.H. seal of approval!|
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Cinnamon and apple is a perfect combination! :)ReplyDelete
Looks delicious. Now I want a piece. Might have to do some baking.ReplyDelete
Wow! Looks delicious!ReplyDelete
Yummm! I love pull-apart breads and this looks amazing!ReplyDelete
Happy Monday, Sue!
Oh my that looks soooo good!!ReplyDelete
That reminds me of a brioche but with the unbeatable combination of apple and cinnamon. Thanks for the recipe Sue.ReplyDelete
O my the looks so delicious I can taste itReplyDelete
Yum! That sounds delicious. I'm a sucker for anything with cinnamonReplyDelete
Looks delicious, but definitely not on my diet!ReplyDelete
That looks amazing!ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing this delicate recipe.ReplyDelete
Wish you a good week. We have very stormy weather here.
That looks yummy!ReplyDelete
Oh, yum! Thanks for sharing your recipe and always hosting a great hop!ReplyDelete
Looks so delicious.ReplyDelete
LOVE your step-by-step photos. Your blog post made me hungry!ReplyDelete
The bread looks delicious. I wonder if you could make the dough in a bread machine. I bet you could! Hope your week is off to a great start! HeatherReplyDelete
I bet you could!Delete
I imagine that smells really good!ReplyDelete
Wow, that looks delicious! Thank you for sharing the recipe, Sue, and for hosting WW! :)ReplyDelete
This bread looks so amazing! Yummy!ReplyDelete
Looks delicious! Thanks for the recipe and for joining us this week.ReplyDelete
Happy #ww. :)
Yum! This looks so good! <3ReplyDelete
Fantastic, you are a temptress, lol. I'm trying to inch back into baking again, but I've got to rely mostly on fruit to sweeten. Not sure why but cinnamon really goes a long way to flavor something without sugar. I wonder how this would be using Swerve? Great photos, yum.ReplyDelete
Looks delicious !!! great recipe, thank!ReplyDelete
That looks os very yummy. Thanks for sharing it. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you have a wonderful week.ReplyDelete
I am looking at this again and again and drooling each time!!!...:)jpReplyDelete
This looks so very yummy!!ReplyDelete