Pull apart bread is the game day snack food that nobody wants to stop eating. It can be stuffed with whatever sweet or savory fillings you're craving!
I feel like a blogging slacker for not posting great finger foods, hearty chili, and messy sloppy gooey man food all week. Honestly, I'd eat like that if I could all of the time. I'd whine like a baby about feeling fat and ill for the rest of the day and drive everyone nuts, but some great layered nachos always hit the spot. And with the Super Bowl this weekend? How dare I?!
Oh, well. There will be a kitchen throw down on Sunday for a few friends and my own palate that I will tell ya'll about later but so far (you know, 2 days in) my February has been rather rushed. I have recently been promoted to manager at the shop and will be going to Dallas next week for business. I'd be super excited, but it's business so most likely there will be no posts about how I landed in Dallas to find wild cattle roaming the runway that I could tackle and grill to a perfect medium rare. Nope, we're thinking hotel food... poo.
Just in case you want something hearty and warm to serve at your Super Bowl party, or any time as a great snack, this pull apart bread is perfect. When I saw it I knew I had to try it and since it conveniently fits into my goal of kicking yeast in the behind, why not. 😉
Prepping for Game Day festivities and looking for the best snacks to throw down? I've got you covered.
Game Day Noshing: Slow Cooker Cheeseburger Dip
Slow Cooker Barbecue Nachos
Cheddar Beer Weenies and BBQ Hot Wings
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Pull apart bread
- 4 cups all-purpose flour
- 1 package dry yeast
- 1 ½ cup lukewarm milk/water
- ½ cup sausage stuffing
- 4 oz cheese of your choice
- ¼ cup chopped herbs
- 1 egg for brushing
- In your mixer bowl cream the yeast with a little milk. When the yeast has dissolved pour in the rest of the milk.
- Slowly add the flour mixing until the dough comes clean from the sides of the bowl.
- Place the dough into a greased bowl and leave to rest at room temperature until it doubles in volume (roughly 1 hour).
- When risen divide it into 10-12 balls and flatten them.
- To make the filling shred the cheese and chop the herbs. Mix them. Place about 1-2 tablespoon of the cheese-herb mixture on the flattened dough.
- Seal the pocket with a fork or with your fingers and place it in a greased loaf pan. Do the same with the rest.
- Leave again to rest at room temperature for 1 hour.
- When risen brush with egg wash and bake in preheated oven, at 375F, for about 35-40 minutes.
- Leave to cool a little and turn it out of the pan.
Nutritional informations provided as a courtesy and is only an approximatation. Values will changes based on ingredients used.
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*Fresh herbs and cheese is what was used by the A Little Bit of Everything to stuff this pull apart bread originally, however, I used a sausage stuffing left over from stuffed mushrooms and it was great! With the meat on the inside I recommend slicing rather then pulling as the title would suggest.
What do you think you'll stuff inside of your pull apart bread?
Blog is the New Black says
This looks so yummy! 🙂
Tanya C. says
Very cool recipe for bread, it looks so neat too! Congrats on the promotion!
What a cool bread and so pretty. I love the texture/look on the top.
Lora @cakeduchess says
Hi Kita-This looks fantastic! I have to try this recipe. I love trying new bread recipes. Love the sausage stuffing. Hope you are having a wonderful week:)
Fresh and Foodie says
Looks wonderful! THIS is why I need a stand mixer.
Dionne Baldwin says
Gorgeous photos, as always and I got a vivid mental picture of you tackling a cow and hauling it to the side by its horns...you grill the steak I'll bring the fixin's for a juicy side dish! Congrats on the promotion!
Kate @ Diethood.com says
I want to sink my teeth into it right now! That loaf looks fabulous ... I'd tear it to shreds! 🙂
Funny I made the same loaf, just filled it a little differently. Great job on it, looks tasty.
Lauren at KeepItSweet says
Yum! What could be better than ripping off a piece of bread and finding cheese?!
That is one impressive bread, especially with that sausage stuffing. Totally fab!
So many possibilities with this unique bread...thanks for the inspiration! It looks fabulous!
Vicki @ WITK says
This looks super delicious! Sounds so simple and perfect for football day.
A little bit of everything says
Thanks Kita for trying out my recipe. It looks so good. I think it is pull-apart bread day, Gina @ whatsfordinneracrossstaelines posted one earlier today.
have a wonderful rest of the week
wow, this bread looks so fantastic and good luck with your promotion. that's so exciting!
Awesome idea - this looks so fantastic! Yum. 🙂
Stephanie @ okie dokie artichokie says
That looks awesome. Just awesome! I love anything that you can eat with your bare hands. :-p
Amy at TheSceneFromMe says
No doubt, this looks delicious! THe top of it looks like a well baked pie and I love how you said stuffing of our choice. So many tasty options that are tingling my tastebuds right now!
Glad to have came upon your blog today!
Lindsey @ Gingerbread Bagels says
Oh my word does that look soooo good. I love that you put sausage stuffing inside of the bread, what a great idea!
Veronica Gantley says
I must say when I saw the title I thought of Monkey bread. This looks so good. I may make it with Lasagna.
This looks delicious! Also, I've passed on my Stylish Blogger Award to you! See: https://comowater.com/2011/02/04/hummingbird-cake/. Happy Friday!!!
Oh yes I have seen there this bread and I knew I want to try it... now I saw it at yours and I want it even more 🙂 Congrats on promotion 🙂
thank you for kind words over Chef's Dennis blog 🙂 Muffins rock, don't they???
I am a bread fiend and this looks positively dangerous. Seriously!!!
Chef Dennis says
what a great redo of Roxana's bread! I love the sausage stuffing, I bet that it was so flavorful! Hope you have some fun in my home state, and sadly you won't find any steers roaming the highways of runways in Dallas. Lets just hope the weather clears up before you leave, its even worse down there right now
Amy Bakes Everything says
Gorgeous! i could mow through this in minutes! Great job!
Lindsay @Eat, Knit, Grow says
That looks insane! I must try this!!