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This has become both a Easter and Christmas Eve favorite in our house. Fun for the kids to do! I've created this as a combo of all the recipes I've seen for Monkey or Pull-Apart Bread and it works best for us.
"Great recipe! I substituted plain yeast bread dough (amount for one regular loaf) and did most of the assembly the night before. Added the sugar/butter sauce right before baking and it turned out fantastically!"- sumakula
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Preheat oven to 350 degrees and grease or spray a Bundt pan.
Combine the white sugar and cinnamon in a large baggie.
Melt butter in microwave (about 30 seconds).
Open one can of the biscuits and break each biscuit into 1/4's and drop into baggie with the sugar mixture and shake until they are all coated, keeping them separated as best as you can. Leaving the sugar in the baggie, remove the coated balls and put them in the Bundt pan. Repeat with the other 3 cans until all the dough balls have been coated (doing this in batches helps with the balls sticking together).
Combine the brown sugar and the melted butter in small bowl. Pour mixture over dough balls.
Bake for 40 - 45 minutes or until golden brown. Cool for 5-10 minutes before turning upside down onto plate for serving. Be careful ... this can be very hot at first but watch it disappear before your eyes!
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Camaml 8 months ago
truthbe 10 months ago
izzysheartmate 10 months agoMy mom has made this my entire life. It is amazing. We add chocolate chips and nuts in ours. Plus we make one with paresan cheese and white sugar
Duckie1414 10 months agoFantastic! Perfect recipe for my 2 yr old to help with. (She shook the bag and added the dough balls into the pan) I really liked the extra reviews. This will be a new favorite in our house.
BrookeMartin 10 months agoIt was a fail! The parts that turned out were delicious! I can never seem to get the center of my monkey bread to bake...
DrHorrible 11 month ago
karlibraender 1 year agoVery good...
karlibraender 1 year ago
angelaseymourcox 1 year agoThis is exactly how I make mine! Love it!
sugartron 1 year agoAdded some rasins and a pinch of vanilla. Came out perfect!
james13160 1 year ago
sumakula 1 year agoGreat recipe! I substituted plain yeast bread dough (amount for one regular loaf) and did most of the assembly the night before. Added the sugar/butter sauce right before baking and it turned out fantastically!
Durstinecuador 1 year agoDelicious. A few adjustments we like. Double the butter and brown sugar. Melt butter in sauce pan amd add brown sugar, boil 1 min. Extra gooey goodness.
Laurie111 1 year agoVery yummy.. Next time I will make extra for the top so it will run down the side.
Markjr813 2 years agoYummy yummy yummy yummy yummy yumm
sleevesend 3 years agoOptions: You can substitute two 16.3 oz. cans of grands biscuits for the 4 smaller cans. Layer nuts or raisins in with the dough balls if desired. [I posted this recipe.]