S'mores Pull Apart Bread is the classic dessert made in a bundt pan. A great treat without the campfire!
Summer seems to be “s’mores season.” Sitting fireside while camping, after a backyard barbecue, it’s always a good time to enjoy s’mores. But really, who says s’mores just has to be summer food? Why should summer get to have all the fun?
As summer departs, weather cools and autumn starts to slowly move in, I find myself outside on the deck in front of my fire pit even more often than the warmer months. S’mores are something we continue to make well after warm weather has gone.
My family loves when we get creative and jazz up s’mores, stepping away from the traditional a bit every now and then. My girls especially enjoy lemon lime meringue s’mores. Lemon and lime curd sandwiched between two graham crackers with a toasted marshmallow, of course. It’s a fun spin on a classic treat that tastes like a handheld lemon meringue pie.
Another classic treat in our house is monkey bread. Cinnamon sugar coated dough pieces that are easily pulled apart one piece at a time and popped into hungry mouths.
I make it every once in a while as a special treat, and each year it is our Christmas morning tradition. In a mash-up of traditional summer and winter treats, together with my girls we created this fun s’mores pull apart bread.
Keeping with the classic recipe, dough is divided into small pieces. Not so traditionally, this version is tossed with graham cracker crumbs, then sprinkled with chocolate chips and drizzled with a melted marshmallow sauce. A quick trip in the oven and what emerges is warm, gooey, marshmallowy, chocolatey, s’mores inspired crazy goodness!
This bread is absolutely addictive, you won’t be able to help yourself bite after gooey, sweet bite. No matter whether you choose to enjoy it in the summer, autumn, winter or spring, this s’mores pull apart bread will quickly become a tradition in your home.
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