Easy {and Amazing} Cinnamon Pull Apart Bread

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Pull Apart Bread (Oven)

Pull Apart Bread

One of my best friends made these  Cinnamon Pull Aparts years ago when we did a friend breakfast together.  They were so good.  She gave me the recipe, and I made it a few times… then I forgot about it.  You know how that happens sometimes? A few weeks ago, I randomly got a serious craving for this yummy Cinnamon Pull Apart Bread.  So I asked for the recipe again and rediscovered the goodness!  I made them as part of our Father’s Day breakfast, and they were a hit all around.  And so easy.  I just love easy!  Thanks Shelby!

PS My sisters and I will all be together in two weeks.  Can’t wait!  And there should be some good cooking going on around here.  So stay posted…

Easy {and Amazing} Cinnamon Pull Apart Bread
*You can prepare the night before and keep in the fridge all night.  Pull the rolls out one hour before you want to cook to allow to raise. Recipe Source: Shelby Hales
  • 22-25 frozen rolls (Such as Rhodes)
  • 1 4.6oz box cook and serve vanilla pudding (not instant)
  • ½ cup brown sugar
  • 1 Tablespoon cinnamon
  • ¼ cup butter, melted
  1. Place rolls in a greased bundt pan.
  2. In a separate bowl, combine pudding, brown sugar, and cinnamon.
  3. Sprinkle mixture over the rolls (If you have time, I like to partially thaw the rolls first -to make them sticky- and roll each one in the mixture to more evenly distribute the yumminess).
  4. Then drizzle melted butter over the top.
  5. Allow to raise for 1.5-2 hours* and bake at 350 for 30 minutes.
  6. Allow to cool, then turn upside down on a plate.


  1. Jenny K says

    OK, so this is one of my favorite recipes. But my recipe calls for butterscotch pudding (but vanilla works too). And then I use a 9 x 13 pan and put pecans all over the bottom. I also cut the rolls into 3 pieces so it’s like little sticky pieces.

    So yumm!!!!

  2. Stefanie says

    This is one of our favorites – and I second the butterscotch pudding and pecans/walnuts. We make them for Christmas morning – easy and delish!

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