Monday, October 8, 2012

Easy Peasy Monkey Bread

Who doesn't like easy shortcuts sometimes?  Pillsbury  biscuits come in handy for a simple
Monkey Bread. Turn some small biscuits into a bundt cake pan and add some brown sugar and butter and you are there.

Here you go, some wonderful Monkey bread....add a cup of coffee or cocoa and you are loving it!

RECIPE
3/4 cup of granulated sugar
 teaspoons of cinnamon
1/2 cup melted butter
4 cans (7.5oz) Pillsbury biscuits
3/4 cup packed brown sugar


Mix   granulated sugar and cinnamon in a gallon bag.
Cut each biscuit into quarters.  Shake quarters of biscuits in bag to coat.
Spray the bundt pan first with a cooking spray.  Place  biscuit quarters around in a bundt cake pan.

Mix brown sugar with the melted butter and pour over the biscuit pieces.


Bake 40 - 45 minutes or until golden brown at 350°
Cool, then turn upside down onto plate.
Serve warm and enjoy!




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11 comments:

  1. Looks delicious. I've read about this many times but have never made it! Maybe this is the little nudge I need.

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  2. Oh my how yummy, and I just think I can do this. I am going to give it a try! Thank you, sweet lady. Hope you are enjoying this wonderful fall weather.

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  3. Hi Linda, I have that very same recipe! It is very easy and delicious! Perfect for a ladies brunch. Gina

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  4. I've made this.. and it IS easy and SO delicious :)

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  5. Oh what a fun thing to have for breakfast on the weekend or brunch. xo

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  6. Hi Linda,
    This looks delicious! I love monkey bread but have never attempted to make it. I never thought it could be so simple! : ) I am loving this recipe and can't wait to try it. It will be a perfect beginging to a chilly Sunday morning (with my coffee of course!).

    Danielle xo

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  7. Linda, this is a sin..you know..but it looks so yummy and I have to try it.
    Thanks

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  8. Linda, this looks delicious! My girls used to make this all the time. It was one of the first things they learned to make, as part of a school project. Yours looks beautiful on the stand!

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  9. How much sugar, cinnamon, and butter do you need? You had me at easy...I want to try this!

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  10. interesting cake and of a great effect. I like it Linda!

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  11. Linda, I have been craving breads with a little cool weather! This looks so great. I can almost smell it. It turned out so pretty. I have very fond memories of Monkey Bread at my grandmother's house!

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