These could not be any easier! I love how little time they took. I made them sweet and added coarsely chopped pecans between layers. I took them to a baby shower and only 3 pieces were left. I am making a second batch tonight for my family! They weren't ooey gooey, so if you want them that way, sprinkle extra cinnamon/sugar between the layers (which is what I plan on doing tonight). These were much better than ones made with canned biscuits!
Very good, not too sweet and easy to make. I added 50g mixed peels and nutmeg & cinnamon powder plus 1 tsp orange zest into the dough then divided into 14 balls and made monkey bread by rolling each dough in cinnamon/light brown sugar mix. Smelled and tasted great. Thanks for the wonderful recipe.
Yummy! I shouldn't have promised to share! These are too good to share.<br/><br/>The Cinnamon/Sugar mix I used was :1 cup sugar; 2 teaspoons cinnamon; 1 cup brown sugar; 1/2 cup chopped pecans (optional, arrange in between dough balls when placing in tin) Baked 350 for 35 minutes
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I now know how to make proper cinnamon roll dough! Thanks for the recipe!
YUM! So good, loved making these as monkey bread with my 2 year old. Your directions are wonderful for making the experience extra special with kids :) They did burn a little on the bottom, but I think it's because we put it on the bottom rack (had a roasting chicken on the top rack). We will definitely make them again, thanks for the keeeper!
turned out amazing! used fresh yeast instead.
Excellent! This is now my "go to" recipe for yeast rolls. I made them as dinner rolls, not monkey bread style but I will try that next go around. I can see where they would be very tasty with the cinnamon and sugar as a sweet treat. Thank you for sharing this recipe!
Delicious! These make the perfect dinner rolls. If making a sweet monkey bread, really pile on the sugar and cinnamon between layers, and don't skimp on the butter.
Made these for Christmas. I didn't have butter, so I brushed with an egg wash (1 egg yolk and 1 T water). Turned out beautiful! and very delicious!