Recipe: Cinnamon Apple Pull Aparts

This is a take off of a recipe my mother in law makes.  I am not 100% sure how she makes hers, but I know she uses the refrigerated cinnamon rolls w icing. Her version is delicious and easy and I tried to do something similar the other weekend for a special treat breakfast. I had regular refrig biscuits on hand so used those.

Brooks thought it was ok. He liked the cinnamon baked apples.

Landon thought it tasted “good”.

Daddy and I ate almost all of it!

Cinnamon Apple Pull Aparts

1 tube/can of refrigerator biscuit dough
2 small (or 1 med/large) apple (whatever you have on hand or like to bake with, peeled and diced
Cinnamon
Sugar
2 Tbsp butter, melted

Icing
1/4 c powdered sugar
2 tbsp milk

Liberally use cooking spray on a pie pan or bundt pan to keep from sticking. (would also work with a bread pan, bundt pan or even individual servings in muffin tins.)

Open tube of biscuits and cut each into 1/4ths. Spread half of the biscuit “nuggets” in the pan, then sprinkle liberally with cinnamon and sugar, so lightly coated.  Top these nuggets with apple pieces.  Sprinkle a little more cinnamon and sugar.  Then cover with the rest of the biscuit dough nuggets.  Drizzle melted butter over top.  Make at 350 for 20-25 mins (until all are cooked and not doughy n the middle).

Once out of the oven, and while still warm -make icing by mixing powdered sugar and milk together, will be a little thick but once drizzled ontop the heat of the cinnamon dough causes it to melt and spread.  Serve while warm.

Sorry for the poor quality pic, trust me, delicious!

Quick Cinn Apple pull aparts

Quick Cinn Apple pull aparts

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