Sometimes, amongst all the cookiedough-oreo-peanutbutter-stuffed cheesecake brownies I see on Pinterest I stumble upon something that doesn't make me want to throw up.
Pull-apart bread sounded irresistable. A yeasted dough is rolled and spread with a sweet buttery filling. Then it is cut into pieces, stacked in a loaf tin and baked. As the loaf bakes the buttery filling keeps the layers from melding together.
There are several versions of this pull-apart bread. I chose this one from Joy The Baker because her instructions are so clear and she includes photographs showing how the bread is assembled.
The only change I made to the recipe was to use soft brown sugar for the filling instead of granulated.
It was, as people seem say on Pinterest, 'awesome' and just the thing for a rainy Friday after-school treat.
I think you could vary the recipe a bit. Maybe add a little cocoa instead of cinnamon, or experiment with chocolate chips. But try to resist stuffing it with cookie dough.