“If you appreciate sweets, you’ll love this baklava pull-apart bread, featuring a sweet yeast dough, spiced nut filling, and a sticky honey syrup,” says Allison Hau, the public relations professional, home cook, baker and food blogger at Two of a Kind. “But be warned: It’s dangerously addictive, just like the iconic Middle Eastern dessert from which this bread was inspired. Baklava pull-apart bread requires some patience, but the process is straightforward. First, make the dough. While it’s rising, prepare the filling and finish. Next, roll out, slice, stack and arrange the components in a pan. Once the loaf doubles in size, pop it in the oven.”
“This baklava pull-apart bread is best eaten warm with coffee, tea or vanilla ice cream. If you happen to have leftovers, revive them in the microwave,” she adds.
Recipe adapted from Sprinkle Bakes.
1/3 cup almond milk