Pull Apart Bread Cheese

Has nature got all the answers already but we can’t see the wood from the tree? Let’s make some pull apart garlic bread and see!

As I recently have a little time, I was surfing on the web a few days ago. Looking to find new, exciting thoughts, inspirational meals that I have never tried before, to astonish my family with. Searching for a long time but could not discover too many interesting stuff. Right before I wanted to give up on it, I came upon this scrumptious and simple dessert by chance at Suncakemom. The dessert seemed so fabulous on its snapshot, it called for immediate action.

It had been not so difficult to imagine just how it is made, how it tastes and how much boyfriend is going to want it. Actually, it is extremely easy to please the man when it comes to puddings. Yes, I’m a lucky one. Or possibly he is.Anyways, I got into the webpage and then followed the step-by-step instuctions which were coupled with impressive images of the process. It just makes life quite easy. I could suppose it is a bit of a effort to shoot snap shots down the middle of cooking in the kitchen because you will often have sticky hands therefore i really appreciate the hard work she put in to make this blogpost .

With that said I am empowered to present my very own recipe in a similar fashion. Many thanks the idea.

I was tweaking the original formula to make it for the taste of my loved ones. I must say it was an awesome outcome. They loved the taste, the structure and loved getting a treat such as this during a stressful week. They ultimately requested even more, more and more. So next time I am not going to commit the same mistake. I am gonna twin the amount to make them pleased.

You can find the original Pull Apart Bread Garlic and more at SunCakeMom



Knead together flour, sliced butter, egg, milk and crumbled yeast.

Cover the bowl and leave it in a 68°F – 81°F /20°C – 27°C place for about 30 – 90 minutes to double or at least rise.


Cream butter with finely chopped or crushed garlic and parsley.


On a floured work surface, roll the dough into a 12 inch / 30cm square. Flouring underneath the dough is important as this coating will prevent it to stick down.

Spread the garlic butter on top of the dough.

If cheese is used, this is the time to sprinkle it on top.

Cut the square into 4 – 5 equal strips. For width check the width of the baking form and go by that.

Put them on top of each other. This may be trickier as it sounds if the dough sticks to the counter. Use a plastic scraper to help getting the dough off the worktop if it’s necessary. The dough is quite soft so try not to pull it much more than necessary.

When they are evenly on top of each other, cut them into about the same width to get some sort of squares.

Fill up the baking tray rather loosely. If it’s packed too tight, the dough will bake together and we won’t be able to tear it.

Cover it with a kitchen cloth then leave it in a 68°F – 81°F /20°C – 27°C place for 30 – 45 minutes to rise.

Pop the tray into the preheated 365°F / 180°C oven for half an hour. In some cases it can be done sooner, in other ovens it would take 40 minutes to be ready. So it is worth to check after 25 minutes. Get a fork or a toothpick and poke the bread if no dough is left on the toothpick, we can turn off the oven and take the bread out. Leave it cool down a bit before serving.