By Trisha W on February 25, 2004
Photo by lilsweetie
Photo by lilsweetie
"This recipe is great for breakfast on special occasions like slumber parties, Christmas morning, and a special send off when going back to college, etc ... It is always associated with fond memories at my house, both for the event and for the wonderful taste."
Serving Size: 1 (277 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"Yum! Sorry I didn't review this last year. This is the second Christmas I've made this and everyone LOVES it! Perfect sweet item to add to the brunch menu."
"Tis was a great recipe! My whole family loved it!"
"What an easy monkey bread. This was the best monkey bread I've ever had. This was so quick and easy it tasted even better."
"This was a very tasty addition to our Christmas brunch. The kids all renamed it Monkey Toes, and asked me to keep the recipe so we can have it again next time!"
"This is very tasty! Makes any morning special."
"Excellent recipe. It is sooo good right out of the oven, but it still tastes good cold for a snack to munch on all day."
"Sooooo yummy! A great breakfast"
"I also had a problem with the outside being done but the inside being a little underdone but otherwise they taste great."
"Wonderful! I used 2 cans of the extra large "grands" style buttermilk biscuits, which are 16 oz, and they filled the silicon bundt pan perfectly. I baked this quite a bit longer than the recipe stated, and the inside bits were barely done, which my husband and I both squabbled over, since they were our favorite as kids. My kids loved doing this. My 8 year old cut the biscuits into 1/6's, and my 4 year old shook and coated them, so great for the kid involvement alone."
"I would go with 3 cans biscuits--the syrup was a little overwhelming with only 2. Another problem I had, was the rolls cooked done on the outside but the ones on the inside were still gooey (or as DH called them "felt like snot"). I don't know how to remedy that. Aside from those issues, they were pretty good."
"i've been chasing various monkey bread recipes over the last couple weeks. it was our turn to host dinner and a movie night, and this dessert worked well, the dough was salty for my taste (just about every dough bought at the store is) but every one else couldnt keep their hands off. unfortunately one family cancelled, and we ended up with leftovers which are now, the next day so dry, im now looking for a bread pudding recipe, with no extra sugar. ill update if it works out well."
"Excellent brunch item. I added 1 teaspoon of Nutmeg and 1/2 teaspoon ground cloves for added flavor. My first time making it as directed I think the glaze is too thick. Second batch I added some water. It came out perfect, fully glazed. Thanks! "