This recipe is just like my grandma's and is always a hit...never any leftovers. I add vanilla extract to the sugar/butter melted mixture and make many layers instead of one. I also spray the pan instead of grease/flour and have never had a problem removing the delicious treat. (A quick way to coat biscuits with cinnamon/sugar is to shake in a bag)
We had this for breakfast believe it or not, and we enjoyed it right down to the last one too! My das said I can make it again anytime for him! I agree with him all the way, it was great and no problem at all to make. I will be making this to take to work for one of the girls birthdays so we can celebrate with this delicious bread. She is gonna loveeeeeee it!
Here's the changes we make, based on how we've made it for years. We roll the biscuit in butter, then in the cinnamon/sugar mix, then toss in the pan to bake. Bundt pan is more attractive, but not mandatory. The kids love to make and eat this. I don't always appreciate the mess, but oh well...
Bratly Fest: Yummy & Fun to make. I had my kids help and they had fun. Very easy recipe to follow. I did not have a bundt pant, but it still turned out fine. This replaces cinnamon rolls for my family. Thanks for a nice bread.
We used to make this when we were kids. A family favorite!
This was delicious! A friend of ours brought this to our lake and we all enjoyed it so much, I had to find the recipe here. The only thing I would change is when layering the dough in the pan I would also layer the margarine and cinnamon mix too so it isn't as dry. I will make this alot more now, thanks!
Very Yummy! I remembered having this as a kid but my mom lost her recipe. This is just like hers! It's a great morning treat.
Every Friday, the ladies in my office take turns bringing breakfast, so I brought this monkey bread... and what a hit it was! I used 3 large cans of biscuits (10 count each). It was DELICIOUS! I will definitely be making this again and again!