I booked-marked a recipe for lemon pull-apart bread over two years ago, and I’ve been dreaming of it ever since. Why didn’t I make it sooner? One word: yeast . . . and another word: laziness. Yeah, yeast intimidates me (which I’m finding out isn’t so uncommon). But then last week, fate struck: Anna sent me the exact same recipe for pull-apart bread, saying she couldn’t wait to try it! Choosing to see this as a sign, I decided it was time to man up.
We decided to make orange pull-apart bread, rather than lemon, as our take on orange rolls. (Possibly our best idea ever!?) This bread was every bit as delicious as I dreamed it would be. The best part? It’s not nearly as difficult to make as I anticipated. The dough comes together easily, so if you’re looking to conquer your yeast phobia too, this orange roll pull-apart bread is the perfect place to start!