Pumpkin pull apart bread muffins will be your new favorite thing about fall. From gooey, pie-like center to flaky layers, these babies...
The easiest excuse for a muffin recipe you’ll find this fall! Pumpkin pull apart bread muffins are made using refrigerated biscuits and a filling that tastes like pumpkin pie. Each layer pulls apart, revealing buttery sweet pumpkin-spiced goodness.
I was typing out this recipe just now and used the word ‘lopsided’, and my brain instantly launched me into one of the many language debates that I have with my other half. He is a good southern fella with a drawl like nobody’s business. I was raised in the south, but my parents are transplants from the midwest, and people down here in North Carolina refer to me pretty often as “Yankee-talkin’”.
Whatever that means.
Anyway. Chad and I use totally different words for the same thing all the time. Sometimes those words vary so much that I feel like we are speaking totally different languages. ‘Lopsided’ is not such a drastic example, but it is one we argue about.
Disclaimer: these are not for real serious arguments. If you are for real serious arguing about to-may-toe versus to-mah-toe you are probably not compatible and/or need more dessert in your life.
So when I lay the layers of refrigerated biscuits all kind of crooked and hanging out of the muffin pan, I say they are LOPSIDED. My man says they are WHOPSIDED.
I just got the spell check squiggle line under the word ‘whopsided’ which tells me that Google and I are on the same page. But then Google often does not recognize the word ‘bundt’ as in bundt cake.
But I am convinced that whopsided is wrong. Right?
Can someone back me up here?
The point to all this discussion is that when making these pumpkin pull apart bread muffins, you are going to layer them in the pan so that they sort of resemble a flower. The first piece will be kind of slouched in there, almost covering the bottom and going up one side. Proceed from there to yield the easiest excuse for breakfast you will serve this fall. Lopsided or whopsided -- that is the truth.
If you are looking for other delicious pumpkin recipes, you should definitely bake up a loaf of this healthy pumpkin banana bread, this dark chocolate oatmeal pumpkin bread, or try your hand at these pretty pumpkin cinnamon rolls! I also really love this brown butter pumpkin cake with vanilla bourbon glaze.
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