9 Pull-Apart Treats to Grab for the Holidays

Break us off a piece of that pull-apart snowflake bread!

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There’s no better way to get into the Christmas spirit than giving and sharing with all those around you. Whether you’re hosting your very own Christmas dinner or are taking part in a gift swap with co-workers, pull-apart treats are a brilliant way to make sure everyone gets in on the holiday cheer. Just grab a piece (or three) and you're good to go! We got an array of savory and sweet recipes to choose from. Not only are they perfect for crowds, they also make great centerpieces. Take a glance at some of our favorites – they’re sure to be a big hit at your next holiday party.

Whether you're making it for your kids, or for the kid in you, this adorable cupcake snowman will steal the show at any holiday gathering. For more holiday joy, you can also make this Christmas tree version.

This cheesy pizza tree is sure to be a hit with the whole family. Mozzarella-stuffed bread bites are smothered in garlic butter and topped with marinara, parmesan, and lots of green herbs for a fun and festive snack.

Food Network Kitchen's Raspberry Snowflake Pull-Apart Bread holiday recipe

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Lucy Schaeffer

If you're looking for a dish that's as pretty as your holiday ornaments, look no further than this pull-apart snowflake bread. Stuffed with spiced cardamom-raspberry jam and topped with lemony drizzle, this eyecatching dish makes the ultimate grab-and-go treat.

Food Network Kitchen's Cinnamon Rolls Wreath.

Photo by: Teri Lyn Fisher

Teri Lyn Fisher

Wreaths are for more than just decorating your front door. This Cinnamon Roll Wreath is here to prove just that. Your guests will thank you for bringing this gorgeous and sticky pull-apart treat into their lives. Decorate with fresh mint leaves and candied cherries for an additional touch of cheer.

Food Nework Kitchen's Holiday One-Offs, Caramelized Onion and Bacon Pull-Apart Bread.

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Kate Mathis, 2016, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

This salty, cheesy, hot and crusty bread hits all the right spots. Add in some caramelized onions to add a little hint of sweetness.

This gigantic pull-apart creation is made of miniature gingerbread cupcakes and topped with a creamy ginger-molasses frosting. Use assorted colored gumdrops and royal icing to give your giant man his own delicious personality.

Food Network Kitchen’s Raspberry-Fig Pull-Apart Cookies

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Kate Mathis

If rugelach is your thing, boy have we got a special treat for you! This pull-apart cookie is shaped like a festive wreath and filled with tons of juicy figs. Make this the centerpiece of your dessert table and guests will surely be fighting over seconds.

Food Network Kitchen's Sticky Pumpkin Pecan Pull Apart Bread.

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Teri Lyn Fisher

Pumpkin pie spice, caramel, and crunchy pecans are all rolled into one ooey gooey loaf to create this pull-apart bread. You'll use refrigerated crescent roll dough to form the bread's base, so you can spend more time with the family and less time in the kitchen.

Ree Drummond's Roasted Garlic and Four-Cheese Pull-Apart Bread, as seen on The Pioneer Woman.

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Kate Mathis

Garlic bread is just one of those dishes that's universally loved, and for good reason! This pull-apart version takes it to another level with lots and lots of cheese. Grab it while you can; it'll probably go quick!

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