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Monkey Bread

There is nothing better than monkey bread! Reminds me of my childhood!

Monkey Bread is one of my favorite recipes from teaching.  I never think of it though.  I am thrilled to post it for you as it is so easy and a stockpile recipe as the ingredients are most always free after coupons.

There is nothing better than monkey bread! Reminds me of my childhood! It is an ooey gooey recipe that everyone LOVES! Trust me, your family will love this one!

Many people enjoy making this on Christmas morning as that is a tradition in the south. It makes for an easy afterschool snack too! I love affordable recipes that are easy to prepare, and this is one for sure! Give Monkey Bread a try soon!

Monkey Bread

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Prep Time:10 minutes
Cook Time:45 minutes
Total Time:55 minutes


  • 3/4 c sugar
  • 2 tsp cinnamon
  • 4 cans of biscuits
  • 1/2 c butter melted
  • 3/4 c packed brown sugar


  • Grease 12-cup bundt cake pan
  • Mix sugar and cinnamon in 1 gallon ziplock bag. Cut each biscuit into quarters. Shake quarters in bag to coat; place in pan.
  • Mix butter and brown sugar; pour over biscuit pieces and bake at 350 for 40-45 minutes or until golden brown. Cool 5 minutes. Turn upside down.
  • Serve warm
Servings: 6
Author: Melissa@StockpilingMoms

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  1. This sounded so good, I decided to try……tasted delicious……BUT only top layer cooked!!! Ones underneath were raw dough. Followed recipe to a “T” not sure what happened??? We ate first layer and put back in oven, good thing didn’t turn it out and kept it in pan.

  2. When I make this I MELT BUTTER, MIX CIN/SUGAR. I DIP QUARTERED BISQUITS IN BUTTER AND THEN ROLL IN CIN/SUGAR. I bake in a GREASED 13×9 pan. I never do the brown sugar since it’s so sweet.

  3. Another version..
    1/4 cup butter
    1/2 cup brown sugar
    2 T light corn syrup
    2 T cinnamon
    1 can -10 oz- refrigerated buttermilk bisquit
    Place butter in 8″round microwaveable dish. Microwave 1/2 – 3/4 min on high or until butter is melted. Add sugar, corn syrup and cinnamon. Stir until blended. Arrange quartered bisquits in dish. Microwave 6-8 min (MEDIUM) ratating dish after 3 min. Invert dish on plate. Let stand a few min. Remove dish. Serve warm.

  4. So my mom used to make these for us when I was a kid (I am now 50) however, you might want to add her secredt ingredient…
    Another version:
    1/4 cup of butter
    1/2 cup of vanilla ice cream
    1/2 cup of brown sugar
    2 T cinnamon
    1 cup crushed pecans
    1 cup raisens (optional)
    Pre-heat oven to 350
    2 cans -10 oz- refrigerated buttermilk bisquit
    Place butter, ice cream , brown sugar, cinnamon in a small microwaveable bowel. Microwave 1/2 stir – mircowave another 1/2 min on high or until mixture is completely melted and stir again. In a bunt pan, pour 1/3 of the mixture sprinkle peacans, raisens, place one thick row of biscuits over mixture, pour mixture over this layer, and layer with pecans, raisens, biscuits until all items are completed. Cook in the oven for about 30-45 minutes depending on your oven. Take out and dump cake upside down while still warm.
    My mom called them Sticky rolls.

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