Monkey Bread


We have a terrific give-away starting on Monday that you will want to check out.  This one will have FIVE lucky winners!! 

 

In the meantime, I think you should make some Monkey Bread with the kids.  It’s fun and easy and really, really tasty.

This is a great do ahead breakfast for Sunday morning.  To make Monkey Bread super simple, start with Rhodes frozen unbaked dinner rolls.

Cut the almost still frozen rolls into quarters.

Melt butter in one bowl and have ready, cinnamon sugar in the other. For 25 rolls we used just over a stick of butter.

Dip the pieces in the melted butter and then roll around until coated in the cinnamon sugar. This is where kids could have fun dipping and rolling the dough.

Place the coated pieces in a bundt pan that has been greased or sprayed with cooking spray. Cover with plastic wrap and put in the fridge overnight.

In the morning, take out of the fridge about an hour before baking.  Sunday morning I wander down the hall pull it out, set it on the counter and return to bed.

Bake at 350until done which will vary depending upon how many rolls you used.  Check it after 20 minutes and go from there.  Using 28 rolls I baked mine for 35 minutes.

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4 comments to Monkey Bread

  • Mera pengar

    howdy-do. Awesome post and a good blog

  • Wendy B.

    OH, this brings back such memories of when you first shared this recipe with me, and the munching away with all our little ones………I still make this for Anna, it’s one of her favorites

  • Definitely comfort food! I also switch this up a bit by dipping in butter and then in dry instant butterscotch pudding mix.

  • Christian Hendershott

    very good post, i definitely love this web site, keep on it

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