Williams Sonoma Pumpkin Cinnamon Pull Apart Quick Bread Mix
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Treat the family to sweet, homemade quick bread any day of the week. Combining the delectable flavors of pumpkin and caramel, our custom-blended mix makes a delicious pull-apart loaf featuring caramel sauce and cinnamon sugar that will delight everyone. It's great for breakfast and the perfect after-dinner treat, plus prep is easy and there's no kneading or rising required.
- 18.5 oz. (makes one 8" x 4" loaf).
- Moist loaf with pumpkin and caramel flavor.
- Easy to make.
- Made in USA.
- Bread Mix: Enriched wheat flour (bleached wheat flour, enzyme, niacin, iron, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), dried pumpkin flakes, sugar, buttermilk powder, sodium bicarbonate, sodium acid pyrophosphate, sodium aluminum phosphate, cinnamon, salt, ground ginger, ground nutmeg.
- Cinnamon Sugar: Sugar, cinnamon.
- Caramel Sauce: Light brown sugar, salt.
- Contains wheat/gluten, milk.
- This product is prepared and packaged using machines that may come in contact with soy, peanuts, tree nuts, eggs.
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Rated 2 out of 5 by cherbear from Tasty, but everything else is wrong A couple of things: Line your pan with parchment paper or you're just going to get a loaf stuck in the pan The dough will NEVER firm up using that much liquid and that little mix After you take it out, put it on parchment paper before you pour the rest of the caramel sauce on top to avoid even more of a mess I just poured the batter in the pan in thirds and sprinkled the cinnamon/sugar mixture between each layer. My 2.5 year old loved it because she got to make a mess, but everyone else hesitated before eating it because it just looked a mess. It didn't rise properly so it was all squashed down. The second star was for taste, because for as ugly as it was, it was pretty delicious.Date published: 2019-10-08Rated 1 out of 5 by GFFamily from Hard to work with Helpful tips to make this work: 1 - use parchment paper to line the bottom of the pan (I didn't try it without, but when I started to have problems and read the reviews - this one made a lot of sense. After trying to get it out of the pan - this was a very smart move) 2 - let it sit for a few minutes after stirring so it will harden a little. I followed the directions and there was no chance of it forming a ball to make other balls. 3 - use two spoons to pull apart the amount for a ball. Slowly dump it in the sugar and use the spoons to roll it in the sugar. Then the sugar on the outside will help it keep the shape for you to roll it in a prettier ball. 4 - put a baking dish underneath the pan to catch sugar that spilled over into the bottom of the oven. I used the 4x8 size pan recommended - but it rises and then made a mess. 5 - make sure to test with a toothpick. Mine took an extra 10 minutes of cooking and usually my oven is spot on. Don't plan on using this for company. When I did get it out, it fell apart and would not stay in form. The texture seemed okay. I am gluten free and had bought this to take someone recovering from surgery. The options at the store were pumpkin + chocolate, Pumpkin + nuts and this one. I though this was more generic and since I am a good baker - the pull apart didn't scare me. I have done pull apart monkey bread before. Unfortunately, this will have to go to the trash. It looks like a mess and not something I would want to share with someone needing some comfort. It would be fine for my family (if we weren't gluten free). I have had good luck in the past with W&S gluten free mixes and will feed that to visiting family members.Date published: 2019-10-04Rated 2 out of 5 by jenca from Flavor is pretty good, but instructions are NOT This dough is supposed to come together into a ball, but I followed the directions exactly and it doesn't ever firm up. I think it still could work if you make a few adjustments. First, why on earth do they have you put half the caramel sauce on the bottom of the pan?? No level of nonstick cooking spray is going to keep that from sticking. Maybe they should have suggested some parchment to line the bottom? Second, after cooling for 20 minutes, they tell you turn it out onto a rack and pour remaining sauce over the top. On the rack? Really? I mean, it doesn't actually turn out with all the sauce that is now baked onto the bottom of the pan anyway, but still, don't pour the rest of the sauce on while on a cooling rack. Mess! Third, use only about 1/2 to 2/3 of the sauce all together. It is way too sweet with all of it. This is too much work for a "quick bread" mix. And after all the work, the result isn't great. I can't say I would buy it again.Date published: 2019-02-01Rated 1 out of 5 by JayCricket from Awful. A real disappointment. Followed directions and ended up with an undercooked mess.Date published: 2018-09-10