Thursday, January 31, 2013

Spiral Apple Bread

This is really great, we liked the addition of the cinnamon sugar mix over the top.
I found the original recipe from Trick & Treat.  I did the dough in my bread-maker and added the Cinnamon & Sugar mixture over the top.  I like that you don't have to peel the apples, but I suppose you could if you wanted.

I also made the dough the night before and covered it overnight so I could make these in the morning without having to wait for the dough to be made.  You could probably use a loaf of frozen bread dough too to really make the process easy.
Ingredients for Dough:  {I doubled this because we had company.}
-3/4 cup warm milk
-2 tbsp melted butter
-2 tbsp sugar
-2 cups flour
-1 1/2 tsp yeast

Additional Ingredients:
-3 to 4 apples
-1/4 cup melted butter
-1/4 cup sugar or Cinnamon & Sugar mix
1. Layer dough ingredients into bread-maker pan in the order listed.
2. Set bread-maker to dough setting and allow cycle to run.
3. Use dough right away or place dough in a lightly oiled bowl and cover with plastic wrap until ready to use {overnight}.
4. Remove dough, cut into equal sized pieces {I was going to make 4 spirals, but changed my mind and made 3.}
5. Roll dough out to about 1/4 inch thick.  
6. Then slice {I used a pizza cutter} the dough into straight strips; about the width that your apple slices are from the core side to the skin side.
7. Core and slice all of your apples.
8. Lightly grease an 8 inch baking dish {a pie plate works well} or spring-form pan.
9. Beginning in the middle of the pan, start by wrapping a strip of dough around a slice of apple, when you get around the apple, add another apple.  
10. Continue adding apple slices and dough strips until the pan is mostly full.
11. Sprinkle spiral with cinnamon sugar mixture, if desired.
This one I just sprinkled with coarse raw sugar.
12. Allow spirals to rise 30-45 minutes.
13. Bake apple spirals at 350 degrees for about 25-30 minutes.
14. Remove from oven and allow to cool about 10 minutes before removing from pans.
You can mix a little milk (about 2 tbsp), about 1 tsp vanilla and some powdered sugar until it makes a good drizzling consistency and drizzle over your spirals.

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