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Ok...now that I've taken pictures, I'm hoping someone will recognize it and be able to help me with a recipe. It's so unusual...I've never seen anything like this before, but it is unimaginably delicious.
My sister in law from Illinois brought us a loaf of Apple Pie Bread from Breadsmith (http://www.breadsmith.com). She also brought Strawberry Pie Bread, Blueberry Pie Bread and I saw on their website they have a few others. It is a 28 oz. loaf. Does anyone know of this bread or have the recipe? Would love to have it.
On the ingredient list is Apple Pie Filling. Since I canned quite a number of jars of this last fall, I would like to try to make this bread myself. It is delicious.
It is a raised yeast bread, almost looks like pieces of monkey bread when you slice it. I know this doesn't make sense, but that's what it looks like. When I slice my loaf I'll take a picture and try to post it.
I'm not familiar with what your requesting. Google will offer many suggestion for apple pie bread. Below is one recipe I came across that you might be able to utilize in a bread pan if you so desire.
Directions: Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Add 1/2 teaspoon butter to muffin tins. Sprinkle in sugar and cinnamon.
Roll dough into walnut sized balls (or cut refrigerated biscuit dough into thirds). Place three into each muffin tin.
Top with 1/2 teaspoon butter. Sprinkle on more sugar and cinnamon. Allow dough to rise, if applicable, or just go ahead and bake for 15 minutes, or until golden and bubbly. Remove from oven and immediately drizzle plenty of sweetened condensed milk over the top of each one. Be generous! Allow rolls to sit for a little while to absorb the sweet, sticky milk.
If you want to add the apple pie filling, chop the pie filling and add in with the rolls of dough. Repeat the other steps as described above.
The pictures above are not made in muffin tins, but little ceramic Christmas ornament dishes that I bought from Micheal's last Christmas season. I thought I had taken pictures the the 'muffins' I had made, but...guess not.
If I was going to try to make this loaf I would do something similiar to this recipe, but I would make a dough in my bread machine - either a 1 lb loaf or 1 1/2 lb loaf on dough cycle.
APPLE-CINNAMON PULL APARTS
1 (16 oz.) frozen bread dough (thrawed)Apple pastry pie filling3 tbsp. butter1/3 c. sugarCinnamon (add to sugar to taste)
Cut dough in half, lengthwise, then cut into 8 pieces cross wise. Flatten and stretch to form 4" circles. Spoon 1 tablespoon pie filling into each circle. Bring edges of dough together and pinch to seal. Dip in melted butter then in cinnamon sugar. Place seam down in 2 layers in a 9"x5"x3" loaf pan and let rise until double. Bake at 350°F for 35 to 40 minutes with foil for last 10 minutes. Remove from oven and invert on plate.
P.S. The picture you posted doesn't look like filled pieces of dough, but more like they were dipped in the pie filling and some "poured" in and around the pieces and some on top.
The above recipe would work BUT I have been over on http://www.breadsmith.com/breads/applepiebread.html and have come to the conclusion that there is "no canned Apple Pie filling" in this bread but their own recipes using apples, blueberries, cherries or peaches. This has got "my attention".
Check out this recipe:
Apple-Cinnamon Pull-Apart LoafMakes 1 loaf 16 Rhodes™ Dinner Rolls, thawed (or use your own dough recipe) 3 medium size Granny Smith apples, peeled and chopped1/3 cup brown sugar1/2 cup chopped pecans1 teaspoon cinnamonZest and juice from half a lemon (about 2 teaspoons of juice)Icing:1 cup powdered sugar3-4 teaspoons water1/2 teaspoon vanilla1/2 teaspoon almond flavoringCut thawed rolls in half. Combine apples, sugar, nuts, cinnamon, and lemon juice and zest. Flatten each roll half into a 2-3-inch circle. Place 1 teaspoon apple mixture in center of each dough circle. Pinch edges together to seal, forming a ball. Place filled balls in a sprayed 9x5-inch loaf pan. Spoon remaining apple mixture evenly over the top. Cover with greased plastic wrap and let rise until double. Remove wrap and bake at 350°F 40-45 minutes. Cover with foil last 10 minutes of baking to prevent over browning. Cool for 10 minutes. Remove from pan and place on wire rack to cool. Combine icing ingredients and drizzle over loaf. http://cookingwithchopin.blogspot.com/2011/11/apple-cinnamon-pull-apart-loaf.html
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-hhxj-KYEoak/TsJ7WMhFtdI/AAAAAAAACkI/FtkHKN6vzcY/s400/Apple+Loaf7.jpg dough circle & filling
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