I finally found this recipe after looking for it for years! I used to make this for my boys on their birthdays but switched to cinnamon rolls after I misplaced the recipe. I top it with re-whipped store bought frosting and mini m&m's. Printed in the winter 1998 issue of Mr. Food's Easycooking and posted here so I won't lose it again!
An easy and tasty supper solution,although a little prior planning is required.
I quite often use chicken breasts,and cut them into goujons for the kids to dip into sauces!
Great served with a simple salad.
I'm a baker at heart, but I've never had any luck with icing, until this recipe. I've combined a few recipes that didn't work and ended up with this easy, fluffy, and delicious icing recipe. It takes wonderfully to food colorings and other flavors.
This recipe comes to me from my mother. It is a great, simple dessert that even the most novice cook can master. Best served warm with vanilla ice cream. A real kid pleaser too, "Can we have some Monkey bread, please?"
The fact that they are both delicious and extremely easy makes them a big winner in my book! Hope you like them, too! These would be a wonderful addition to a christmas cookie tray, or for fall school parties (if there are no peanut allergies in the class).