Happy Wednesday everyone!
I am up in the air as this is posting, headed home for Thanksgiving!!
I cannot wait to see my family, and am so excited to partake in all of our traditions! One of my favorites happens every Holiday morning, whether it is Easter, Thanksgiving or Christmas, if we are at our house, we make Monkey Bread.
A while ago I made this for a friend as a thank you for letting me watch a few movies at his place for a class, so that's where these pictures are from. This is also my first attempt at a recipe post, so don't hold it against me if it's weird.
What You Will Need:
2 tubes of biscuit dough (I know the package has four, but two is plenty)
2-4 Tblsp Butter
1. Open the tube and lay the raw biscuits on a cutting board. (I didn't have one of those so I used a plate. I do not recommend.)
2. Cut the biscuits into quarters.
3. Take the pieces of your quartered biscuits...
Pour a little melted butter over them...
And place them in a ziplock baggie that has the cinnamon and sugar mixture.
4. Close and shake the baggie until you are satisfied with the coating on the biscuits.
5. Place the coated pieces into your pan (use a bunt pan if you have one) and pour remaining melted butter, and cinnamon-sugar mixture over and throughout your pan, coating the pieces completely.
6. Place into preheated (350 degrees) oven and bake until they are cooked through, usually 8-10 minutes.
7. Serve and enjoy.
Monkey bread is delicious, in my opinion and I have tried many different techniques to make it, and think that this one turned out the easiest and best!
Hope you are enjoying your Thanksgiving Eve!
<3 <3 <3