Welcome to my Airfryer Easy Pull Apart Bread. The bread of your dreams that you can make over and over again and use for a whole variety of dishes, not just pull apart bread. Make this pull apart this bread for supper and serve with your favourite soups and casseroles. Plus it is so simple to make, that even your kids can make it!
I love easy pull apart bread. It is one of those things that is so shockingly easy to make yourself you will wonder why you ever bought bread instead of making it. The bread suppliers have a huge mark up on what they charge for bread and this easy pull apart bread is a life saver for saving money and making amazing things for your family to eat.
I have this love affair with bread that has been going on for a number of years now. I can’t remember when it started, it was just always there. I love fresh bagettes bought from the supermarket and then brought home to eat with a warm pasta salad. Or another favourite is Welsh Rarebit.
I love warm homemade just cooked bread, where you spread it with a little butter and then it melts in your mouth. Or if you are feeling really naughty add a little melted cheese for the ultimate lunch time moment.
Sadly, when I eat loads of bread, I end up fat so the love/hate relationship is in full swing. But I do have some homemade bread at least once a month and when I do it is this exact recipe that I follow.
Or my favourite excuse is that I am a food blogger so I must recipe test. Not that my big helpings of fresh bread with melted butter, ever make it onto the blog!
The bread proves in the Airfryer (I better you never knew you could do that with an Airfryer????) and then you cook it in the Airfryer once it has risen. The Airfryer is also the perfect shape for pull apart bread too and then you can serve it for lunch or dinner.
We tend to have ours in warm sandwiches and our all time favourite filling is meatballs and then use this recipe as your go to bread and then make it into your own homemade meatball sub. Or if you are a soup addict then it is perfect for dunking your freshly made soup into.
Whatever your use is, then save these pull apart bread rolls for your next bread moment, or reshape them for traditional hotdog buns and then you have your next mega bread foodie moment!
Though one thing I can guarantee, is that like us you will fight over the last piece of this easy pull apart bread!
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Airfryer Easy Pull Apart Bread
- Prepare the bread. Rub your butter into your flour until the butter is well mixed in. Warm the milk and oils in a pan until they are luke warm. Add the yeast and the pan mixture into the bowl and mix with your hands until it makes a dough.
- Knead the bread for 5 minutes. Place a damp tea towel over the bowl with the bread dough in it and find a hot place for it to sit. After an hour repeat the kneading and proving process but for 30 minutes this time.
- After it has proved make into bread roll shapes.
- Easy Pull Apart Bread. For it to become pull apart bread rolls, make them into medium sized bread buns but make sure that they are touching each other and don’t have room to breathe. And place the bread rolls directly into the Airfryer. This will give you the pull apart look. Finally cook for 15 minutes at 185c/365f.
If you don’t have somewhere hot to place the bread to prove them your Airfryer is a genius place! Just place the bread in the Airfryer (like you’re about to cook it) and cook for 60c/140f for 15 minutes. If your Airfryer doesn’t go that low then you could use an oven or a similar low temperature appliance.
You can shape them however you wish. This is a great go to bread dough recipe that can be used for bread rolls, bread loaf, easy pull apart bread or even for dumplings.
Airfryer Easy Pull Apart Bread Recipe Podcast
We also have created a short version of the recipe into a Podcast. We have loaded it up onto our Itunes account and it is great for a quick download and then you can save it to your phone and then have it in your kitchen with you as you cook.