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Wed, Aug 03 2016 post by Yvonne From triedandtasty

Fluffernutter Pull Apart Bread

Love peanut butter? Love marshmallow? This pull apart bread is a match made in heaven. It's perfectly ooey, gooey and wonderful!

Who doesn't love pull-apart bread? Rhodes makes it crazy simple to make! I've been in the mood for a 'fluffernutter' type treat, so when I thought of this bread I was excited to make it. Only five ingredients (six if you add a glaze) and you're well on your way to a delicious dessert!

Fluffernutter Pull Apart BreadYou'll want to gather all of your ingredients. I used one of the loaves of Rhodes bread, but you certainly can use the rolls - you'll just thaw them and then combine them in to one ball (usually 10-12 rolls, depending if you use the regular sized or the Texas rolls). The rest of the ingredients you'll need are: 1/2 c. granulated sugar, 1/2 c. peanut butter, 1 c. marshmallow cream, 6 tbsp. butter, softened, and 1/2 c. powdered sugar (if you want to add a glaze, but perfectly ooey gooey without it). 
Fluffernutter Pull Apart BreadOnce your loaf has thawed (but still cold), you'll roll it in to a 12x16 rectangle. 

Fluffernutter Pull Apart Bread

Spread evenly with softened butter.

Fluffernutter Pull Apart Bread

Then marshmallow cream.

Fluffernutter Pull Apart Bread

Then peanut butter.

Fluffernutter Pull Apart Bread

Lastly sprinkle evenly with granulated sugar.

Fluffernutter Pull Apart Bread

Cut your dough in to even strips about 2 inches wide.

Fluffernutter Pull Apart Bread

Carefully top one on top of another until they are all stacked. You'll have to pat them down occasionally to keep it all in place.

Fluffernutter Pull Apart Bread

You'll then cut your strips in to squares. You can either use a bread or serrated knife or a pizza cutter. I opted for the pizza cutter and it worked really well. I didn't count the number of pieces I ended up with, so I'll say... it was.. a good amount!

Fluffernutter Pull Apart Bread

Squish each section of squares together in a loaf pan. With only a little bit of budging you should fit all of your pieces perfectly. Don't worry about lining them up exactly, you'll just want to shove them in anywhere there is a space. Try to keep them level and uniform as they rise they will rise more evenly that way. 

Fluffernutter Pull Apart Bread

Cover and let rise until almost double (but don't let rise to the top of the pan, that will be too much). I set my loaf pan outside for 10 minutes in the blazing hot heat and it was just the right amount of time.  Bake at 350 for 30 minutes. About 20 minutes in my loaf was as golden brown as I wanted it to be, so I covered it with foil for the last 10 minutes. There's nothing worse than having the top brown but the bottom raw. 30 minutes was the perfect baking time for me. Cool in pan for a few minutes, loosen edges and then transfer to cool on baking rack.


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Fluffernutter Pull Apart Bread

Servings: 12 | Skills: Beginning | Prep Time: 20 min (not including thaw time) | Bake Time: 30 min

Fluffernutter Pull Apart Bread
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Ingredients

1 loaf Rhodes White Bread Loaf (or 10-12 rolls), thawed yet still cold
1/2 c. granulated sugar
1/2 c. peanut butter
1 c. marshmallow cream
6 tbsp. butter, softened,
1/2 c. powdered sugar (if you want to add a glaze, but perfectly ooey gooey without it).

Instructions

Roll loaf into a 12x16 rectangle. Spread evenly with softened butter. Then marshmallow cream. Then peanut butter. Lastly sprinkle evenly with granulated sugar.

Using a serrated knife or pizza cutter, cut dough in to even strips about 2 inches wide.

Carefully top one on top of another until they are all stacked.

Cut strips into squares. Squish each section of squares together in a loaf pan.

Cover and let rise until almost double. Bake at 350 for 30 minutes. Cover with foil the last 10 minutes if browning too quickly. Cool in pan for a few minutes, loosen edges and then transfer to cool on baking rack.

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