All Fruit Pull-Apart Bread

by Joanne on April 4, 2011

Absolutely satisfying and soothing.  This bread is based on an Orange Bubble Bread recipe by Frugal Antics of a Harried Housewife.  Her bread looked so inviting I had to try my own version in dedication to a dear blogger friend who is wrestling with some of life’s cruelest challenges, the loss of loved ones.  Please send your blessings to Monet of Anecdotes and Apples

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  • 10 pack Texas Style butter biscuits – refrigerated tube dough.
  • 1 3/4 cups Welch’s Orange, Pineapple, Apple juice
  • 1/2 cup granulated sugar
  • 15 oz can sliced peaches, drained
  • 1 overripe banana

in a saucepan bring the juice, sugar and peaches to a boil. 

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Continue boiling over medium heat for 30 minutes.  Add the banana and puree the mixture. Be careful not to spatter – it’s HOT!

Preheat oven to 375 F.

In the meantime, pull apart and cut into quarters the Texas biscuits.  Put into a large bowl.  After pureeing the mixture of fruit, pour over the biscuits and mix gently to coat.  Pour everything into a well greased 9” round cake pan.  Bake for 25-30 minutes or until browned on top. 

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Turn onto a plate and allow everyone to pull apart as desired.

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Satisfying, consoling, and fulfilling.  A dedication to those we love.

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3 Comments

  • At 2011.04.04 11:56, Heather said:

    Fruit pull apart is a genius idea!!!!
    Much love to your blogger friend……….**hugs**

    • At 2011.04.04 22:26, Amy said:

      This is definately not my grandmother’s pull apart bread…it sounds amazing! I love the idea of adding fruit, it must be so flavorful! What I like the most is that you used tropical fruit! Yum!
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      • At 2011.04.05 00:00, Monet said:

        Thank you sweet friend….your love and support means more than I can express. And how delicious this bread looks! So perfect. Thank you for sharing, for creating, and for inspiring me to remember all the beauty and good in this world. Many blessings tomorrow and in the days to come this week.

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