Monday, February 21, 2011

Monkey Bread

Here is an easy Monkey Bread recipe that is mmmm, mmmmm, good. It's also a very fun recipe for kiddos. I found it on the back of the canned biscuit label, and as soon as I saw it, I was like, "Umm yes. Forget biscuits for breakfast. We're totally making monkey bread." And we did. I have no regrets. So enjoy!

Here's what you'll need...


4 cans biscuits (the 7.5oz cans)
3/4 cup sugar
3/4 cup packed brown sugar
1 stick butter, melted
2 tsp cinnamon

A bundt pan is also a must. A helper is optional. I was lucky enough to have both.


First, you'll want to preheat your oven to 375 degrees and spray or grease your bundt pan. The more the better. This is a sticky sticky recipe.


Next, mix your sugar and cinnamon and dump into a large paper bag or a gallon ziplock.
Then, open all your biscuits and tear them each into fourths, or just into smaller chunks. Drop the chunks into your cinnamon sugar bag.


I would recommend only dropping about 20 or so pieces in at once, then give the bag a shake-shake-shake and take those pieces out and drop them into the bundt pan. Repeat the process until you've coated all your pieces with cinnamon/sugar and they're all in the pan, ready to go!


Melt your stick of butter and mix it with your brown sugar.


Pour this mixture over your biscuit pieces and it will look like this...


Now pop it in the oven and cook for 40-45 minutes! Let it cool and dump it out! You're ready to eat! It's best served warm so make sure you're hungry!


(Sorry for the "after" pictures. We were apparently really hungry so these were taken after a certain monkey had already put her fingers in it.)


cslucas said...

I love making monkey bread. You can also make it in cupcake/muffin pans if you want small, individual monkey bread for everyone to enjoy.

Melissa said...

that easy? Must try it!!

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