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Lips Like Sugar Is What You’ll Get When You Enjoy a Slice Of This Yummy Ring Bread
Do you know the feeling when you try a new recipe, and as soon as it’s done, it suddenly gives you a flashback from your childhood? Well, it happens to me often, and this recipe certainly brought back memories. My mother used to bake a similar ring bread when I was just a little girl – but somehow I had forgotten all about it until I had my first bite of this!
This ring bread is made with a yummy apple filling, but you could most definitely switch that to another fruit if you happen to have something against apples. I love apples so I don’t think I’m going to be making a different filling any time soon – except maybe adding some cinnamon.
The best part about this is that you will be making this bread from scratch, instead of using store-bought pastry. Don’t get me wrong – there’s absolutely nothing wrong with store-bought, but once you’ve tried this you will notice the difference!
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Quick Tip: Drizzle with sugar glaze and you’ll get a dessert to die for!