Saturday, November 26, 2011

Version 2 of Cinnamon Sugar Pull Apart ala Taste of Pearl City



Happy Thanksgiving!!!

Hope everyone had a wonderful day!  Did you all cook well???

I had an interesting day.  My neighbors decided to host the actual meal.  They set a beautiful table, cooked the bird, while I made the sides and desserts.  I have enough posts to cover all of next week.  But I think I will do this in order.

My neighbors were also hosting their sister and her friend.  They were driving in from Texas.  SO I also volunteered to have them over for breakfast.  Which gets me to this bread...


You have seen this before.  I did a post on Cinnamon Sugar Pull Apart ala Taste of Pearl City  a couple of months ago.  It was fabulous then and still is.  In fact, so delicious, and such a wonderful presentation, I knew I was going to save it for a breakfast when I wanted to show off.

I am going to direct you to the original post from Taste of Pearl City (click HERE) for the actual recipe.  It is an egg rich bread, each slice is layered in sugar and cinnamon.  While it does look spectacular, it is very very easy.  In fact, since a picture is worth a thousand words, let's save a few thousand words and show you how to achieve the look...









And that's all there is too it.

I did make a more savory Sweet Potato Grits, Heavenly Hellish Eggs that I will tell you all about tomorrow!



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This simple recipe has been added to my growing list of "52 Breakfast Ideas!"

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1 comment:

  1. Oh my goodness! This is my idea of a perfect breakfast! It not only looks delicious but looks so fun to literally 'pull apart'!

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