Saturday, July 16, 2011

Apple Fritter Bread

  

If you like apple fritters then you'll love this bread!  I tried rolling the dough, like cinnamon bread, however the texture wasn't right.  So even though this may look somewhat complicated to make, it's not.  You get all the flavors of an apple fritter, the texture and the wonderful glaze baked into one big bread.  We ate ours warm and it is delicious!


Ingredients are as follows:

Dough:
3 C flour
1 package yeast
1/4 tsp. salt
1/2 C brown sugar
1/4 C water
1 egg, beaten
3/4 C milk
1/4 C butter

Filling:
6 small apples, peeled & diced
1 Tbsp. lemon juice
1 C brown sugar
1 tsp. vanilla
2 Tbsp. butter
1 tsp. cinnamon
1 tbsp. cornstarch

Glaze:
1 Tbsp. butter, softened
1 tsp. vanilla
3/4 C powdered sugar
3 tsp. half & half (or milk)

Directions:

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.  Grease a 9 x 5 bread pan. 

In a skillet, cook apples, lemon juice, brown sugar, vanilla, butter, cinnamon & cornstarch until mixture is thickened.  Set aside to cool.


Heat the milk in a small saucepan until it bubbles; remove from heat. Add the butter and stir until melted; set aside.


Put flour, yeast, brown sugar and salt in a bowl, mix well.


Add the water, egg and milk/butter mixture.


Mix until dough forms into a ball; knead for an additional five minutes.


On a well floured surface, roll dough into a rectangle. 


Evenly spread apple mixture over dough.


Cut dough into even squares (I got 20 from my dough).


Carefully stack pieces of dough onto each other forming four piles.                                      (use a spatula, it makes stacking much easier!)


Place piles of dough into prepared pan.


Bake 45-50 minutes; until golden brown.  Immediately remove from pan.


Mix butter, vanilla and powdered sugar into a bowl.  Add half & half; stir until you get a creamy consistency. 


Pour on glaze and allow to setup for a few minutes.


Pull some apart and enjoy!



 

155 comments:

  1. What a cool idea! I guess it was monkey bread, but I like apple fritters so much more, so this is fantastic :D

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  2. Holy hannah does this ever look wonderful!

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  3. I love baking breads & this one looks fabulous! I will be shoplifting this recipe. Thanks for sharing!

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  4. wow! this look amazing!
    stopping by from so sweet sundays!
    erin
    http://eatingmywayback.blogspot.com

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  5. This looks so good. I saved it on my Pinterest page http://pinterest.com/TruTales/there-goes-the-diet/ ...to try in the near future!

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  6. Wow! That looks seriously delicious! I'm so glad you did the process photos because I would have been totally confused :) I would love to try this!

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  7. This recipe makes me wish it was fall! Yum!

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  8. Wow, this looks amazing! I can't wait until fall to make this!

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  9. Lisa,
    This looks amazing! I will definitely make this when the weather cools down. I love apple desserts. Yum!

    Thanks for sharing this on Melt in Your Mouth Monday! :)

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  10. That bread looks amazing! I have a feeling that I will definitely be making this sometime!

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  11. I am pinning this one to my Pinterest Board! Can't wait to make it!

    Cheers!

    Heather @ http://fakeitfrugal.blogspot.com/

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  12. Delicious! I want to eat some right now!

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  13. i'd like to feature this recipe on one of my baking goal posts if that's ok!

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  14. This looks so scrumptious that my mouth is watering...send some my way!

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  15. Ok! This is one of the most delicious looking recipes I have seen in a long time! My mouth is watering. THANKS for sharing this. Great pics :)

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  16. This looks sweet and delicious!

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  17. Oh my heavens. These are going to be made very soon!!!

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  18. Oh, wow! You had me at apple fritter - and this looks not too hard to do. Yum. A perfect breakfast treat with coffee, I bet. ~ Courtney

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  19. I wish I could turn the oven on but it is just too HOT! I love icing and I will make this later when it is cooler outside, I might need to walk to the bakery after seeing this!

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  20. OH MY GOSH!! First of all - apple fritters are my FAVORITE. Your version looks incredible and I will have to make this. Thank you for sharing, posting such great pictures to explain the process, and for linking up to TMTT. :-) This is just awesomeness!

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  21. This bread looks amazing~ Truly in love! Bookmarking now...

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  22. I really like how this apple fritter bread is assembled. This is a very interesting recipe, and I am so glad you linked it up to Joy of Desserts.

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  23. I'm so grateful that you linked up in this week's Creative Bloggers' Party & Hop :) This awesome post totally rocked the party!

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  24. Omigosh! This looks so delish...I love apple fritters, they're my fav donuts. Major yum!

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  25. That looks absolutely delicious....that loaf would be gone in my house in seconds....

    Hope you can come by Foodie Wednesday this week again and share it.

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  26. The problem with looking at your cake is that I want a piece now. I have been baking, all day and I can't even say, I am going to make it,this week. It is amazing.

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  27. Oh My!!! This looks amazing! I would love it if you came over to Cast Party Wednesday tomorrow and shard some of your recipes with us.
    Thanks,
    I hope to see you there!

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  28. I am really very glad after read here and I appreciate for the information that you presented here.

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  29. Oh My! This looks like complete heaven and I can't wait to make it! I wish I had a warm slice right now ro go with my coffee! Thanks so much!
    I am pinning this to my recipe board too!
    Kim
    www.kim-toomuchtimeon my hands@blogspot.com

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  30. I have to make this!! New follower & looking forward to reading more!
    Trish
    www.farmfreshdecor.blogspot.com

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  31. Yum! (says it all) I think I will make this for the weekend. Thanks for sharing!

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  32. apple fritters are my husbands favorites and this bread oh my would delight him for sure:) come see me at http://shopannies.blogspot.com

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  33. That looks so good, it's making my teeth hurt ! LOL

    Stopping by from Waltz on by Wednesday. Have a good one.

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  34. This looks delicious! My father loves apple fritters but cannot eat them anymore since he became allergic to lactose products. I will print this out and send it to him. He will be so happy!
    Holy Cannoli Recipes

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  35. I should have added the fact that I will sub out the milk and butter for soy products. LoL I am sure you read my comment and thought "There is a lot of dairy in this recipe."

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  36. this looks great, thanks for sharing with Tea Party Tuesday

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  37. How amazing is this????? What a perfect loaf of bread. I love the idea of just pulling it apart. And the glaze? Whoa. So glad I found you today! :)

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  38. This looks delicious-- as always!! Thanks for linking up this wee :)

    Ashton
    www.somethingswanky.com
    {Sweet Treats Thursday}

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  39. Lisa, This looks DELICIOUS! I could eat that whole loaf! I am making this for sure!
    Yvonne

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  40. Hello,
    I visited your blog today. I'm glad I came across a blog that has so much yummy food. That apple fritter bread looks scrumptious. My daughter did a post on "Crepes," and she's always looking for good recipes to make. Me and my daughters just started a new blog, and we would love it if you could visit us and follow. I would really enjoy coming back to visit with you and seeing all your wonderful, delicious recipes. I hope to hear from you, and have a sweet day.
    ~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

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  41. yummy!!!!!!!!!!! looks amazing....

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  42. Holy dear sweet yum, this looks incredible!!! I am so inspired by your blog, which is why I've given you the BLOG ON FIRE AWARD! Stop on over to my blog and pick it up! :)

    http://boredombustingmommy.blogspot.com/2011/07/theres-fire-up-in-this-blog.html

    Mandi

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  43. Just made this last night and it is so good! Will be posting about it on my blog, hope that's okay. I'll def. be linking back to your original recipe. :) Courtney

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  44. Amazing recipe you have here!Somewhat like Monkey Bread I guess but very newbie on the whole!I have an event running at my place which involves bread...would be great to have you come over for a look!:)

    Cheers,
    Wit,wok&wisdom

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  45. Your bread looks delicious! I bet it would be perfect for breakfast. When my brother comes to visit, he often looks through my bread cookbooks and asks me to "someday" make him this or that. If he saw your recipe, he'd add that to the top of his list. Thanks for sharing your idea!

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  46. BIG FAN of the apple fritter and your pictures and instructions make it seem so doable! I can't wait to try it!

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  47. What a great recipe! It looks so yummy! Thanks for sharing. You got a very creative space here.
    Hope to see you on my blog:)

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  48. Mmmm...this looks sooo yummy! I want a piece right now! Thanks for posting this! I'm going to bookmark it!

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  49. I've had Apple Fritter Doughnuts but never in a bread version! This sounds AMAZING!!!

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  50. I am speechless. This looks AMAZING!!!! Apple Fritters are my Dad's favorite so I can't wait to make this for him! He's freak!!!

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  51. Hi Lisa,
    I can almost taste this bread, it just looks amazing. Thank you so much for sharing this great recipe with Full Plate Thursday and please come back soon!
    Miz Helen

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  52. this bread looks so good! I can't wait to try it!

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  53. Thank you for the great recipe. Reminds me of festival food.
    New follower from Sweets for Saturday. Hope you follow back.

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  54. Wowsy wow wow Wow! Thank you for this terrific recipe.

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  55. OH my goodness! That looks amazing!! I have 6 qts. of apples in the freezer, I must make this!

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  56. Thank you so much for stopping by Cast Party Wednesday last week. I really appreciate you sharing your recipe with us. I hope you will join us again for another awesome party filled with yummy recipes.
    Thanks Again!

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  57. Oh how I love icing and you put so much, whenare you brining it over?

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  58. It looks so yummy! Great recipe! Thanks for sharing:)

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  59. this looks unbelievable!! aweasome!!

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  60. This looks really good. I love apple stuff!

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  61. OOO, my Lordy Mercy...this looks DELICIOUS.
    I can see this being made with the frozen bread from the market..wow...gonna make me some of this...maybe tomorrow for Sat. breakfast...

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  62. Can't wait to try this. I love apple fritters. I can smell and taste this already.
    Thanks...

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  63. This looks absolutely wonderful! Will be baking this during apple season, I am sure. Thanks for inventing this and for sharing the recipe!

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  64. I'm looking forward to making this tomorrow, but now I notice the recipe doesn't mention rising time. Is that an oversight, or will it work to put it together and bake it right away?

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  65. Hi Susan :) There is no need to let the dough rise. Just assemble and bake!

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  66. Oh. my. heavens. What can I say? This looks sinfully good!

    Thanks for sharing with So Sweet Sundays! :)

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  67. Thanks, Lisa! The bread turned out great! I like the rolling and stacking technique. It makes crisp little crust ridges that absorb the icing. Thanks for the recipe!

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  68. This looks absolutely delicious! I can't wait to try this... Yummm!
    -Karen

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  69. Amazing idea. Can't wait to make it!!!

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  70. My goodness, that looks delicious! Great idea! Checking this out from Crazy Sweet Tuesday, BTW. :)

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  71. Oh my. This brings back memories of having doughnuts with my mom. Looks wonderful and I will be trying it! Thanks for sharing with Crazy Sweet Tuesday.

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  72. It sure looks yummy, I'll give it a try. Thanks for sharing.

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  73. Uhhhhhhh Yummm! That just looks amazing!
    thinkwithmyheart.blogspot.com

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  74. Wow,there's nothing better than the smell of apples cooking in the kitchen. Perfect! I'm making this! Thank you for linking to Foodie Friday! I've missed you! xo

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  75. Oooh! This looks wonderful! We're going apple picking tomorrow, so I'm cruising around to my favorite blogs looking for apple recipes I haven't tried yet, and yours looks perfect! My family is going to love this! :)

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  76. This is wonderful. So creative and pretty. I could eat this whole thing myself.

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  77. Outstanding recipe! Cannot wait to make it this weekend. Just a quick question, how much yeast is precisely a "package" of yeast? I live in the Montreal area, and I don't think we might have same package contents. Thanks again and Great work :-)

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    1. For what it's worth, I generally just measure out a tablespoon when directions say that :) I keep a big tupperware of yeast and after a while it gets a little less effective so a tablespoon's not only easy, it's about right.

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  78. Hi Batoriova....the pack of yeast that I used contained 2 1/4 tsp. It's found right in the flour aisle. I hope you enjoy the bread :)

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  79. Awesome! Thanks for your tip. I was able to find the individually packaged yeast - And my apple fritter bread is out in 20 minutes. Will keep you updated on how outstanding it is... Everything went very smoothly to say the least! (I am guilty of licking the spatula full of syrupy apple goodness though...)

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  80. OH WOW DOES THIS LOOK LIKE A WINNER! THANKS 4 SHARING AT WONKA WED!

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  81. We made your bread and it was wonderful. Our family downed it in one day! Thanks!

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  82. Another great recipe! I can't wait to give this a try. I thought about making some mini loaves to give as gifts. I shared your recipe on my Must Try Tuesday post this week.

    http://therickettchronicles.blogspot.com/2011/10/must-try-tuesday-october-25-2011.html

    Thanks for sharing!

    Wende
    The Rickett Chronicles

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  83. That looks amazingly good. You are amazing! I'm your newest follower! Beautiful blog too!

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  84. I love Apple Fritters and this looks sooo amazing! Thank you so much for sharing at Taking A Timeout Thursday! Hope to see you again this week :)
    -Trish@ Mom On Timeout
    http://www.MomOnTimeout.com

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  85. Hi! This looked amazing, so i"m trying to make it right now. I thought I followed the directions to a T, but my dough doesn't hold the ball shaped :(...I'm going to try to roll it out but my guess is it will take a LOT of flour, maybe about 1/2 cup, some for the bottom some for the top? Anything else I can try for next time? I'm determined to make my baked good turn out, so I try them over a few times til I get it:) Thanks for the recipe!:)

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    1. Sarah, I used 4 to 4&1/4c flour. Turned out great!

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    2. I'm so happy to hear that it turned out well and you all enjoyed it...thanks Sarah :)

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  86. Hi Sarah,

    It sounds like you need some more flour. I would only add about a 1/4 cup at a time until it holds it's shape. Don't forget to knead the dough for five minutes too! I hope you enjoy the recipe!

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  87. Lisa, thanks for your reply, I just saw it now (not before my previous post) So for some reason I do clearly need more flour! I'm determined to try this one again...also I dont think I kneaded the dough for 5 min. I somehow missed that step, at least not by hand I used the dough hook on the mixer but maybe it needs hand kneading! I'll try again sometime and let you know how it goes!:) I know once I get it right it'll be awesome!:)

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  88. Question on the yeast -- I don't see any rising time in the recipe (yay! a big plus for me), so does that mean you're using rapid rise yeast, or is it still just the active dry stuff?

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  89. This turned out great! This will be great during the holidays!

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  90. I made this today, its in the oven baking. I did have to add 1/2c more flour to the dough, but I used a Xlg egg and a little extra butter to use up the balance of a cube so it makes sense. I also didn't have enough apples, but some raisins did the trick. Thank you for a awesome recipe, I am sure it will be gone in minutes after I pull it out!

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  91. Looks so delicious! Pinning so I remember! Thanks for linking up!

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  92. I've made an Apple Pie Cinnamon Roll, but this has peaked my interest in the way it's constructed.
    -visiting from Shine On Friday

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  93. Oh my goodness, such a delicious looking recipe! My mouth is watering!

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  94. Major YUM! Thanks so much for sharing at Shine on Fridays!

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  95. So, am I reading this right that you don't ever let the dough rise at all or am I missing that part?

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    1. You're reading it right, lol...there is no need to let the dough rise.

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  96. Amazing baked awesomeness!! I made this and everyone is hounding me for more. What a great use for my many apples!!!!

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    1. I'm so happy to hear that everyone enjoyed it :)

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  97. This looks outstanding. I'm wondering if I can make it the night before? Will the yeast be alright overnight so you think? I've got a 2 year old who will not wait 45 minutes for breakfast! Thanks.

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    1. I've never made it overnight; I'm not sure if the dough would rise too much or not.

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  98. Thanks for linking up!!! I can't wait to try this. I love Apple Fritters so this will be yummo!

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  99. Just letting you know Im going to be featuring this today!

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  100. Oh dear me, Lisa, this looks soooo yummy!!

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  101. Looks and sounds divine! Thanks so much for the photos ~ I would have been lost I think. :-)

    Pat

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  102. Oh wow this looks absolutely DELICIOUS!!!!

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  103. I am going to make your apple fritter bread on Tuesday!!! I also thought you should know that someone copied this post with pics and all into their blog :( I think that is so wrong!!!! http://creamcheesestyle.blogspot.com/2011/12/apple-fritter-bread.html

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  104. I am going to make your apple fritter bread on Tuesday!!! I also thought you should know that someone copied this post with pics and all into their blog :( I think that is so wrong!!!! http://creamcheesestyle.blogspot.com/2011/12/apple-fritter-bread.html

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    1. Thank you Katie for letting me know...this makes me so mad too!

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  105. I just saw this on twitter and nearly fainted. What a gorgeous bread!

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  106. Wowww this looks like such a fun and "therapeutical" bread to make~I've never actually tried apple fritters but when I saw this on someone's blog, I had to come over here and check it out ;)

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  107. This recipe looks so amazing. I've not made many breads from scratch, but just might have to give this on a try.

    Beth @ Hungry Happenings

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  108. I finally made your apple fritter bread and posted it :) I was delicious!!!! http://sweetnesshunter.blogspot.com/2012/07/apple-fritter-mini-pull-apart-loaves.html

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  109. Yummy! in love with it, will definitely try to make it sometime soon for my someone special.


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  110. I am baking some right now and my house smells divine! I just doubled the recipe because this stuff is not going to last. These would make perfect Christmas presents!

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  111. This will be in my oven soon! Gorgeousness right there on my screen....Perfect to share with Foodie Friends Friday. Thank you so much.

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  112. Visiting via Walking in Sunshine! This looks and sounds wonderful, lookig foward to making it.

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    1. That should read Walking On Sunshine, sorry!

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  113. I love apple fritters and this looks amazing... I think it would taste great with peaches too. Thanks for sharing on Foodie Friends Friday and I hope you will come back next week and share some great recipes.
    http://marlys-thisandthat.blogspot.com

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  114. Yum! Thanks for sharing. I made this last weekend for our weekly "Muffin Monday" - like a mini, one-person bake sale each Monday among the Elementary staff, we pay for the snacks and send the money to a local orphanage :) I cut the sugar in half in both the dough and apples and felt it was sweet enough; next time I'm going to try letting the dough rise once before rolling it out to see if that affects the texture. It was amazingly quick and freeing though to just knead it and then roll it out - I've never seen a yeast recipe like this before! Thank you for sharing your recipe. Everyone enjoyed it.

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    1. I'm so happy to hear that everyone enjoyed the bread! Thank you for the sweet comment :)

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  115. Got some apples on Sunday so this recipe is a perfect addition to my apple recipes that I do have. It's also very yummy, thanks.

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  116. This looks so amazingly good! I just pinned it for a rainy day project - I need to make this!

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  117. Okay I was craving for apple fritters and saw this and now . . . I'm totally going to make this tomorrow !! THANKS soooo much. I LOVE APPLE FRITTERS !!! but this is way better cuz there is no deep fryin!

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  118. What a fun recipe! I am totally loving it. I'll definitely have to give this a try. Perfect for Fall! Pinning and sharing on FB, G+ and Twitter. Thanks for sharing at Marvelous Mondays!

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  119. So, there's no waiting for the dough to rise with this?

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  120. My loaf is in the oven now! Smells and looks delicious. I can't wait to get that glaze on the top. I also needed to add about 3/4 cup of extra flour for it to form a ball. But kneaded it with lots of flour. I hope it doesn't make it too heavy. Also mine is taking a lot longer to bake. I'm excited for my husband to get home to enjoy it. Thanks for the recipe!

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  121. Wow, this looks so yummy! Thanks for sharing on Saturday Night Fever!

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  122. This looks like something I wouldn't share. YUMMMM!!! I gotta try this recipe! Thanks for sharing at Saturday Night Fever! See you again this weekend!

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  123. Your apple fritter bread looks fantastic!! Thanks for sharing :)

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  124. Thanks so much for sharing this recipe! I just made it and have a quick question. How do you immediately remove the loaf from the pan! I tried, and the whole thing fell apart into pieces. Every layer just separated and slid apart. From the pics, it looks like I had wayyy more filling than you, for some reason.Can I just leave it in the pan instead of taking it out? It is amazingly delicious and I will definitely make it again! But I want to make some as gifts, and it wasn't so pretty once it fell apart ;) any tips? Thanks again!!!

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    1. You can always cut down on the filling. If you have larger apples, only use about three. You can let it sit in the pan to cool down and then remove. I say to remove it so all the filling doesn't stick to the pan. A great gift idea would be to buy a new pan, let it cool in the pan completely then wrap it up and tie a bow on it ;) Thanks so much for the sweet comment; I'm happy you like it as much as our family does!

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  125. My loaf is in the oven right now! My apples were so juicy that the filling was oozing all over the counter, but once the slices were in the pan, I scooped up the rest of the juices and drizzled over the whole loaf before baking. I can't wait to share it with my family!

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  126. This looks fabulous! I've scanned many of the other comments, but I can't find anything about letting the dough proof or rise in there somewhere. Do you really just mix, roll, cut, stack and bake without any rising time? If I'm going to make this, I want to do it right. Thanks!!

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    1. There is no need to let the dough rise; just mix, roll, cut, stack, bake and enjoy :)

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  127. two questions: what is the consistency of the dough to be like? it seems like i need to add more flour so i can roll it out. and secondly, how big is the rolled rectangle? thank you.

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    1. When you touch the dough it's a little sticky, however not enough to actually "stick" to your finger. The rectangle can be any size really, but I think mine was about 20 x 20 inches :)

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  128. Me again! I've successfully made this recipe for the 3rd time now! Today, in an experiment for my Foods Class students with Celiac, I found a gluten free recipe from: http://www.thebakingbeauties.com/2011/01/best-gluten-free-cinnamon-buns-or-rolls.html
    Being that her recipe was for cinnamon buns, I figured I'd be safe in using it for your recipe as well, and... Success!

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    1. Oh how wonderful; I'm sure your class loved it ;) Thanks again for the sweet comment and for enjoying the bread so much!

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  129. I have this in the oven now--smells absolutely incredible; it is however taking significantly longer to bake, but that's ok! I cannot wait for the finished product!

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  130. Loving this and can't wait to try it.

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  131. It turned out dense and uneatable... n Next time I'll raise the dough 30 minute, and raise it 1hr before baking. Shouldn't a yeast dough be raised just like any other bread recipe?

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    1. Normally a yeast dough does need to rise, however this one does not. I never do and it turns out perfect every time. Make sure the dough is not real thick or it will be a lot denser.

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