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Apple Cranberry Spice Pull Apart Loaf

The fall flavors of apple and cranberry spice are great on a cold morning when the family is hungry!

Lucky Leaf has supplied the pie filling for this post, however no other compensation was involved. As always, all opinions are my own.

Are you looking forward to the holidays?
I AM!!
I totally am!!
You know what I’m not looking forward to?
Stressing out trying to figure out what to feed everyone…
Don’t you just hate that? Ugh! Having family stay with you during the holidays is supposed to be fun and relaxed and HAPPY!
You’re not supposed to be stressed out making breakfast for a small army. AND, you’re not supposed to go broke doing it either.
Enter the Pull Apart Loaf. A cousin to Monkey Bread.
I made this amazing pull apart loaf using the Lucky Leaf seasonal flavor, Apple Cranberry. Wow, it was good! I really loved the pops of the red color in the loaf – it’s perfect for the holiday season. Also, the spice flavor was so good! There was the perfect blend of apples, cinnamon, and cranberry.
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Apple Cranberry Spice Pull Apart Loaf

Apple Cranberry Spice Pull Apart Loaf

This spin on a pull apart loaf is perfect for the holiday season. It's a great blend of apples, cinnamon, and cranberry and makes for a fun breakfast or brunch!

Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 50 minutes


  • 1 can Lucky Leaf Apple Cranberry Pie Filling (or your favorite)
  • 1 container Pillsbury Buttermilk Biscuits
  • 1 cup powdered sugar
  • 2 teaspoons milk
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla


    1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F and line your bread pan with easy release foil.
    2. Using a bread loaf pan, stand it up on one of the short ends so you can stack the layers. Open your container of biscuits and divide each one into two or three sections. I liked a lot of flakey layers. Start layering the biscuits then a spoonful of the pie filling. Continue layering until all the biscuits are used up.
    3. Bake for 30 minutes making sure that the center is cooked all the way through.
    4. Cool in the pan for an hour.
    5. Stir all the ingredients in a bowl. Add more sugar to make it thicker, more milk to make it thinner.
    6. Remove the loaf from the pan and drizzle it with the sugar glaze. Serve it warm and watch everyone enjoy it!
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