Easy, Cheesy Pull-Apart Pizza Breads

These cheesy, pull-apart pizza breads are just as addictive as they are easy to make. Prepare a few different variations using your favorite sauces, cheeses and fillings.
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The only thing better than cheesy, pull-apart bread is pull-apart bread you don't have to work too hard for. Start with an order of garlic knots from your local pizza joint (or the freezer section of your grocery store), then stack them up with store-bought sauce, cheese and your favorite fillings. Here are three tasty variations to test out on your party guests.

Pepperoni Pizza Pull-Apart Bread:
Pepperoni, mozzarella cheese and marinara sauce

BBQ Chicken Pull-Apart Bread:
BBQ sauce, rotisserie chicken, Jack cheese, diced red onion and cilantro

Spinach-Artichoke Pull-Apart Bread:
Alfredo sauce, frozen spinach, jarred artichokes and mozzarella

Photography by Heather Ramsdell

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