Sesame Parmesan Monkey Bread (For Bundt Pan)

READY IN: 45mins
Recipe by HeatherFeather

This is fast, easy, and looks lovely. Adapted from Southern Living. Makes a good appetizer or dinner roll for a party.

Top Review by Kree

This makes a delicious and very attractive loaf of bread! This was my first experience making a monkey bread, and I was pleasantly surprised when I flipped it over and saw how pretty it looked. The time it took to thaw and rise was actually more like 3 1/2 hours than 2, though, so I was lucky I left myself plenty of time for that step. Then, just as it was about doubled in bulk, our power went out! I was mortified because I really had my heart set on making these and I wasn't sure what would happen if I didn't get them in the oven right away. I ended up sticking them in the fridge and then baking them 3 hours later when the power came back on. They had risen to well over twice their size, so I thought they were doomed, but they ended up turning out wonderfully nonetheless. I just had to share my experiences, but to make a long story short these are simple and tasty. Thanks for another good one, Heather.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Grease a 12-cup size Bundt pan well.
  2. Mix together cheese, seeds, and basil and sprinkle just 1/3 of the mixture into your pan.
  3. Place half of the frozen rolls into the pan, drizzle with half of the melted butter,then sprinkle half of the remaining cheese mixture over them.
  4. Top with the rest of the frozen rolls, butter, and cheese mixture.
  5. Spray a piece of plastic wrap lightly with nonstick spray (or use a damp, clean towel) and cover pan.
  6. Let rise in a warm place for 2 hours or until doubled in bulk(this will vary greatly based on the temperature of the room it is rising in, especially in cooler months).
  7. Remove plastic wrap and bake in a preheated 350 F oven for 20 minutes.
  8. Tent with foil to prevent excess browning and bake another 10 minutes.
  9. Loosen bread from sides of pan using a knife an invert onto serving plate while still warm.
  10. Pluck off individual pieces to eat.

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