Apple Pie bread

Apple pie bake

Delicious apple pie bread

Its been a while that we posted a recipe on our blog, but of course in the meantime we didn’t sit still  and we have been baking! So for the next few weeks  we are trying to post them!  This recipe, is  really delicious and easy to make. Like you guys are used from us simple but yum to eat 😀 We love these kind of recipes. While surfing we came across this apple pie bread. And we would like to share it with you!

Lets start!


2 pack of dough in a can ( You can also use cinnamon roll dough or if you have more time you can make your own dough)
2 apples (any kind)
2 tablespoons butter
4 eggs
½ cup milk
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 tablespoon cinnamon
cinnamon for sprinkeling the dough
1 cup brown sugar


1. Preheat oven to 375°C
2. Cut the dough and the apples into (square) pieces. Roll the dough in the cinnamon. (if you use cinnamon roll dough, of course then you don’t have to do this)
3. Combine the eggs, milk, vanilla extract and cinnamon, stirring until smooth.
4. Put butter in a pan over medium heat. Cook the apples with the brown sugar for about 5 till 10 min, until you see that the sugar starts to caramelize. Remove from heat.
5. Spread the dough pieces evenly in a baking tray. Pour the egg mixture on top, followed by the apples.
6. Bake for 25-30 minutes, until golden brown. Sprinkle with sugar powder

That’s it! Perfect pie for any occasions. The rainbow whisk and the wooden chalkboard in the picture are so cute, we got it from another lovely twins Shanti and Vidya as a present! Thank you twins! So using the chalkboard for decoration really felt like we were in a cossy cafe, ready to sell this pie haha. Some coffee or tea with it, Yum. Enjoy 😀



Egg mixture



Ready to bake



110 responses to “Apple Pie bread

    • Thank you L.P. Mendoza! Yes it’s really delicious, hopefully you will love it. Enjoy making it and do let us know how it went 😀

    • Thank you Kally for re-blogging this post! We really appreciate it. Yes you should try it out. Hopefully you will like it. Let us know how it went 😀

    • Hello Restlessjo, how r you? If you were here, we will give you a big piece of apple Pie Bread not just small hihi! Thx for the visit..have a nice day ☺

      • Here in the Netherlands ( and our neighbors Germany) , we can buy dough in a can (for different kind of bread) in almost every grocery store hihi. But making your own dough is also possible 😀

  1. I make bread several times a week, so could purloin a bit to try this out. It would make a good quick dessert for two!

    Virtual hugs,


    • Hi Judie! Oh we can imagine how delicious your house smell of fresh homemade bread! Indeed, this recipe would really make a good dessert, and making it with your own dough (bread) is even more Yummy. Thank you for stopping by our blog! Virtual hugs from us! 😀

    • Hi Anika J! We are glad you like it. Yes people read the recipe but we think its also easier when you actually see step by step photos of how we make it. 😀 Thank you for stopping by our blog!

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    • Hi Notlizzi! Haha we are glad you like the pictures and that you are going to try this recipe. Enjoy making it, thanks for stopping by 😀

    • Hello plantbasedweb! Thank you so much for your sweet comment! This recipe is really easy to make, but so delicious. Thanks for stopping by our blog. Xoxo

  3. I think it is also called Monkey Bread, not sure why. I am sure if that is not right someone will set me straight. Thank you for sharing.

    Happy thoughts,
    New York

    • Yes you are right Paperpopups.. this recipe is kinda like Monkey bread..pieces of cinnamon-sugar-coated dough :). Only difference is..this one is made with apple haha. Your welcome. Thx for stopping by our blog 🙂 Xoxo

  4. This I will definitely make! And thanks for liking my post about Irena’s cookbook – I would love it if you could share with your friends! It’s a good book – and she’s pretty poor:)

    • Hello butimbeautiful! We are glad you give this recipe a go. Your welcome, Irena’s cookbook looks really great, so will do that 🙂 Have a nice weekend..

    • Hi Fortyandeverythingafter! Thank you and we are glad this post made you feel like baking hihi. Thanks for visiting our blog 😀

  5. Hey thank you so much for noticing me and reading my blog post! I really appreciate that, especially from such an incredible blogger like yourself. Is there a possibility I could have a shoutout or mention at all? I’m trying to reach out to more people on here and it would help me so much! Thanks anyways for reading my blog, i feel honoured lol!

    • Hi Catchingupwithliam! You are welcome, you really have a great blog too and we loved reading your post. Ok, we will mention you in one of our post or linking to your blog 😉 It’s always good to connect with other readers. Thank you for stopping by our blog 😀

      • Thanks so much, I’m so glad to hear that!! You have no idea how much I would appreciate that thank you 🙂

  6. This gave me some inspiration I was looking for! Peaches are in season for me right now and I think I will use this to make a summer bread/pie. I’ll let you know how it goes if I make something edible. 🙂

    • Hi Emily! Ah peaches sounds delicious too, and perfect for summer. Yes do let us know how it went, we would love to know. Maybe we are going to make it as well 😀 We are glad this post inspired you to make this recipe! Thank you for stopping by our blog.

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    • Hello Babl, of course you can re-blog this post on your website, thank you :). Glad you like our Apple pie bread! Did you already try this recipe? Let us know how it went hihi. BTW sorry for this late reply! Have a nice day

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