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Fear Not – This Jaw-Dropping Treat Is a Cinch To Make!
Here’s the perfect solution to your holiday dessert dilemma! This pumpkin spice pull-apart bread with mouth-watering sugar glaze is the perfect way to pamper your dinner guests. Beware – if you’re making this in the morning, your family may gobble it up for breakfast and you’ll need to make another one for dinnertime!
That wouldn’t matter, though, because this recipe is super easy. For the bread itself you only need five ingredients, and just a coupla more to make the glaze. I would recommend making two loaves right off the bat. You’ll understand why, when you have your first bite.
Instead of a loaf pan, you could use more biscuits and make this in a bundt pan. Just make sure you bake it a little longer if you do that, or just make two loaves instead. Also, you need to use pumpkin pie mix instead of regular canned pumpkin. Pumpkin pie mix contains traditional spices; plain pumpkin doesn’t.
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Quick Tip: Add more milk or powdered sugar, depending on how thick or thin you’d like the glaze to be.