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...

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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!

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

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

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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!

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(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.)

2 comments:

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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