Monkey Bread Recipe

Doesn’t that picture just make your mouth water? Monkey Bread is one of my favorite breakfasts because it’s easy, tonguegasmically delectable, just has a fun name and it’s so versatile.

Recipe

* 2 cans of buttermilk biscuits (10 biscuits per can)
* 1/2 Stick of butter
* Sugar
* Cinnamon
* Vanilla
* Optional: Apples, Brown Sugar, Walnuts, Coconut, Raisins, Cranberries
How To:
Pre-heat oven to 375. Lightly spray a bundt pan. I use the Butter Spray with flour for baking.
In a large ziploc bag combine roughly 2 C of white sugar with a couple of teaspoons of cinnamon and a dash of Brown Sugar (optional). The exact measurements on this are at your discretion, it’s a taste preference.
Tear or Cut each biscuit into 4 pieces. Drop the biscuit pieces into the bag and shake vigorously until well coated. Drop the biscuits into your bundt pan, it’ll fill it about 1/2 way. If you want to add nuts, coconut, apples anything of this sort, add them in between layers of biscuits.
In a small saucepan over medium heat bring 1/2 stick of butter, 1 C sugar and roughly 1 tsp of vanilla to a boil.
Pour this evenly over the biscuits in the bundt pan.
Cook for about 25-30 minutes.
The Monkey Bread will look like this when done:

Take your Bundt pan and flip it over onto a wire cooling rack.
This is what you’ll see.

Give the Monkey Bread a few minutes to cool off before you tear into it because the Sugar Coating is like Molten Lava.
Are you drooling yet?
If you can’t wait.. Just use forks to tear it into pieces.

Nom Nom Nom

Check out these adorable Mini Monkey Breads!

I serve this with Milk, Coffee and Fresh Fruit. It’s fabulous for Brunches, Holiday Breakfasts, Bible Studies, Baby Showers, you get the idea.

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Comments

  1. Mommy Cracked says

    That looks wonderful! I love Monkey bread. My aunt used to make it for us when we would go visit her on the coast. She has Alzheimers now, and we sure do miss her making that monkey bread.

  2. {Karla} says

    I love love love monkey bread. And the kids have so much fun making it. Whoever invented it was a genius!

    xo ~K

  3. Nicole (SAHM Ramblings) says

    Ions ago, I cut a monkey bread recipe from the Heloise column. (At least I think that’s what it was.) I love love love monkey bread, but hid the recipe because I could devour an entire one in a sitting.

    Thanks for making me want to fall off the wagon! hehe
    yum!

  4. The Flirty Girl says

    Oh yummmmm that looks great! I’m going to have to make it.

    Hope it’s ok if I share a savory version to try. Roll each ball of dough in melted butter, then roll in grated parmesan cheese and bake. Not healthy at all but it tastes really good.

    The hostess made it one night when I was invited over for dinner. It was a big hit.

  5. anglophilefootballfanatic says

    Your hubby is so lucky to have you toots. I don’t even own a bunt pan. But, that does look tonguegasmically deelish.

  6. carrie says

    That looks delicious! I didn’t know toungegasmic was a word – but I’m going to be using it from now on! :)

  7. Kellan says

    Oh, I love Monkey Bread – YUM!

    Hope you had a good Memorial weekend, RAchel – see you later – Kellan

  8. Erin says

    Have you tried the one with cream cheese… It is yummy too. I have been a monkey bread addict since birth!

  9. DysFUNctional Mom says

    I love this stuff. My method is slightly different but I bet it comes out the same.
    I haven’t had it in years!

  10. Kathryn says

    That looks so good! My mom used to make something similar with lots of raisins and walnuts. Mmmm.

  11. Melody says

    Oh – I haven’t made monkey bread in probably 13 years! Yum… Guess what I’m doing this weekend??

  12. says

    Yummo is what it is!

    I just added my post from making this, oh and your linked:)

    But please be easy I am only a novice at this cooking game.

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