So, I'm in a phase of my life where I bake things at odd hours. This bread was made at midnight. And it's delicious. I then realized that I didn't need to eat the entire loaf, so I took it to Bible study the next night, where it was devoured very quickly.
Guys, this bread is gooey and sweet and sticky and wonderful. I highly recommend making it. You won't be able to eat a ton of it; it's very rich, but you'll want to. It's so good.
Pull apart breads have been all over Pinterest for the last few years, so I'm sure you've seen them. But I decided I wanted one that was different. Chocolate, with a little buttery crunch. And then this happened. Make it, eat it, share it, love it. Treat yourself.
S'more Pull Apart Bread
1 pizza dough (like the Pillsbury kind)
1 stick butter (I like salted)
6 graham crackers
1/2 cup mini chocolate chips
1/4 cup mini marshmallows
- Line a loaf pan with foil, making an overhang on each side. Melt the butter and drizzle about half of it in the foil, making sure it gets into the corners/on the sides.
- Unroll the dough and pour on the remaining butter, spreading it all over.
- Crush the graham crackers, leaving some larger crumbles too. Scatter around the dough.
- Add the chocolate and marshmallows to the dough.
- Cut the dough into twelve rectangles.
- To get them into the pan, I propped mine on its little side and then stacked the pieces. This gets sort of messy, but you can do it.
- Scatter any spilled toppings on the top of the bread.
- Bake at 425 for 17 minutes. Enjoy!