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Monkey Bread (Pull-Aparts)

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Ingredients

Ingredients

3 pkg. buttermilk biscuits
1/2 cup white sugar
1 tsp. cinnamon
1/2 cup brown sugar
1 stick butter

Instructions

Grease a Bundt pan. Mix together the white sugar and cinnamon. Cut biscuits into quarters and dip into the sugar mixture. Then place them into the pan. Pour the remaining sugar mixture over the biscuits. Cook together and bring to a boil the brown sugar and butter. Pour over the biscuits. Bake at 350ºF for 30 minutes. Let stand for 10 minutes to cool a little and then turn over onto a plate.

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5 Recipe Reviews

Ashley Best

Ashley Best reviewed Monkey Bread (Pull-Aparts) on November 11, 2002

My mother used to make Monkey Bread all the time but in a loaf pan, I doubt it makes much difference.
But she would lay one layer of the coated bisuit quarters and then pour on half the brown sugar/butter mix and add the rest of the biscuits to the top and use the other half of the brown sugar/butter mix on top. I think it gives better coverage.
I guess it's what you rather do.
Great to see this recipe on the net!

Lori

Lori reviewed Monkey Bread (Pull-Aparts) on January 20, 2004

You can always add chopped nuts to the top after you've put in all the biscuits..my preference is pecans. Then when you dump the monkey bread to serve it - you've got a nice nutty brown sugar melt that looks like you've iced the cake. Yummy!

brownie

brownie reviewed Monkey Bread (Pull-Aparts) on March 29, 2006

we used to make this in girl scouts all the time it is sooooooooooo good

shorty3boys

shorty3boys reviewed Monkey Bread (Pull-Aparts) on September 20, 2006

YUMMY! My family MUST have this every Saturday. My boys wake up saying, "Where's the Monkey Bread?"! I also add pecans to the butter/brown sugar mixture. So good!

shoppingqu33n15

shoppingqu33n15 reviewed Monkey Bread (Pull-Aparts) on April 14, 2007

I have never seen putting the bisquits in a bunt pan.


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