Pulled Pork Pull Apart Bread is loaded with delicious pulled pork, cheese, chiles and onions. It’s the perfect cheesy snack for game day!
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Raise your hand if you like pulled pork. Raise your hand if you like cheese and bread. What about chilies and onions? What about all of them together in pulled pork cheesy bread goodness? That is exactly what Pulled Pork Pull Apart Bread is. And you should totally make it for all of your parties and game day shenanigans.
I have made a few different pull apart breads over the years: hatch chile pull apart bread and roasted garlic and brie pull apart bread to name a couple. Crowds love them and can’t get enough! So obviously, when the nice people at Curly’s contacted me and asked me to create a game day eats recipe using Curly’s Sauceless Pulled Pork, I just knew I’d be making a pull apart bread.
Curly’s Sauceless Pulled Pork is a great help on weeknights. It can be ready in minutes and would be great in pulled pork sandwiches, tacos and this Pulled Pork Pull-Apart Bread. You can find Curly’s Sauceless Pulled Pork in the refrigerated meat section at your local grocery store.
This pull apart bread is super easy to make. All you need to do is cook the onions, pork and chilies together, mix them with cream cheese, pepper jack and cheddar and stuff it in a sliced bread boule and then bake until the cheese is golden and bubbly.
Cheesy pulled pork heaven.
You might be asking what is a bread boule? It is a round loaf of rustic bread. The fact that most bread boules are unsliced means they are perfect for pull-apart bread. This allows you to cut the right size slits to add in the filling. You can find it in the bakery section of your local grocery store.
As I was munching on this Pulled Pork Pull Apart Bread, I could not help but think that it would also be great if it was a BBQ version. Just imagine Curly’s Pulled Pork mixed with cheddar and BBQ sauce and baked until bubbly. Yeah, I think I’m going to have to try that one next!