15 Pull-Apart Bread Recipes to Make Your Mouth Water

Cheesy garlic pull-apart bread

Bread is one of the most versatile foods ever, and these pull-apart bread recipes prove it. There are cheesy options, ideas for the garlic-lover, apple cinnamon flavorful goodness, and more – you’re going to need these recipes in your life. An easy appetizer, party food, dinner addition or dessert, pull-apart bread is highly underrated and will become your new favorite bread recipe!

Pizza Monkey Bread

“This easy Pizza Monkey Bread is stuffed with pepperoni, mozzarella cheese, and garlic – all baked in a Bundt pan. If you love pizza, you’ll love this pull-apart pizza made with refrigerated biscuits.” – Tammi

Everything Bagel Pull-Apart Bread

“Everything bagel pull-apart bread is fun to make, delicious to eat, and will have you coming back time and time again. Savory monkey bread at its everything bagel best!” – Jo

Cranberry Brie Pull-Apart Bread

“Yes, this is totally happening right now and I am so excited about it! It’s true what they say, sometimes the simplest things are the best, and this bread is simply the best.” – Tieghan

Cheesy Pull-Apart Garlic Bread

“This Cheesy, buttery, pull-apart bread is loaded with garlic, herbs, butter and loads of cheese! Everyone in my family goes crazy for it!” – Jenn

Apple Cinnamon Pull-Apart Bread

“Apple Cinnamon Pull-Apart Bread made with warm spices and sweet apples layered in between buttery dough is recipe sure to become a family favorite. It’s simple to make using store bought biscuits so that you’ll be enjoying this ooey gooey bread in no time!” – Donya

Buffalo Chicken Pull-Apart Bread

“This Buffalo Chicken Pull-Apart Bread with biscuits is your favorite warm, cheesy, decadent buffalo chicken dip loaded with bacon and baked right into a buttery biscuit ring then dunked creamy Blue Cheese Dressing. It looks super impressive but you won’t believe how easy it is! You can make the Buffalo Chicken Dip and assemble the ring beforehand so all you have to do is bake when it’s party time!” – Jen

Caprese Stuffed Pull-Apart Bread

“Caprese Stuffed Pull-Apart Bread is fresh bread stuffed with delicious fresh tomatoes, basil, and mozzarella, then topped with a sweet and tangy balsamic glaze!” – Allyson

Glazed Brown Sugar Cinnamon Pull-Apart Bread

“Sweet, gooey glazed brown sugar cinnamon pull-apart bread is the next must-make on your breakfast list!” – Erin

Breakfast Pull-Apart Bread

“In this easy Breakfast Pull-Apart Bread you can have your eggs, bacon, and toast all in one!” – Amy

Blueberry Lemon Pull-Apart Bread

“This delicious Blueberry Lemon Pull-Apart Bread is a full of lemon flavour and the perfect treat for any time of day!” – Jennifer

Pesto Pull-Apart Bread

“We could not stop eating this bread. The bread itself is pillowy soft. I might even be willing to call it “supple.” It’s everything you want a soft bread to be, and the pesto in all the corners makes it so much better.” – Lynn

Rosemary Garlic Pull-Apart Bread

“Starting from a simple rosemary-infused homemade dough, this rosemary garlic pull-apart bread is shaped and assembled with butter, garlic, cheese, and herbs. Baked until golden brown and served pull-apart style, this flaky and flavorful bread is completely irresistible. Just wait until you smell it baking! Truly a favorite.” – Sally

Spinach Artichoke Pull-Apart Bread

“Spinach artichoke dip is one of my very favorites. So, I decided to try a spinach artichoke version bread – and it turned out to be super delicious as well! You can’t really go wrong with sourdough bread, cheese, garlic, spinach, and artichokes. YUMMMMmmmmm!” – Sara

Cheddar Jalapeño Pull-Apart Bread

“This Cheddar Jalapeño Pull-Apart Bread is warm, cheesy, and slightly spicy! I love the contrast of piquant, peppery jalapeños and creamy, melty cheese – all loaded on buttery pizza dough.” – Hannah

Apple Pull-Apart Bread

“Apple Pull-Apart Bread is an ooey-gooey homemade bread that is filled with spiced apples and topped with a sweet glaze. Try my Apple Fritter Monkey Bread for a similar recipe using store-bought biscuits.” – Amanda