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Ingredients

Vegetable oil spray
2 loaves frozen bread, any brand, thawed
1 can (21 ounces) fruit pie filling, any flavor
1/2 stick butter, sliced into pieces
1/4 cup sugar
2 tablespoons cinnamon

Instructions

Spray jelly roll pan with vegetable oil spray. Roll out loaves of dough one at a time, placing first loaf in the pan. Top with fruit filling and pieces of butter. Roll out second loaf to the same size as the first and place on top of the pie filling. Roll up the edges to seal the juices and filling inside. Poke holes in the top in the pattern of the fruit used and sprinkle with sugar and cinnamon. Spray a piece of plastic wrap with vegetable oil spray and place over top; let rise and double, about 30 minutes. Bake until golden brown at 350 degrees, about 45-60 minutes. Juices will be bubbly. Cool slightly. May be covered with a powdered sugar glaze.

Gaycha Mayhew
Davenport



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