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Wednesday, March 5, 2008


Do you ever make Monkey Bread with canned biscuits? I do it every now and then and we really love it. So simple...and fast....and good.

I usually use 4 cans of the small biscuits (I only had 2 here) and it makes a nice sized monkey bread. Cover the bottom of your Bundt or Angel Food pan with melted butter, brown sugar and cinnamon. Tear each biscuit into little pieces and layer with more brown sugar (or white, if you like), butter and cinnamon. Pecans, OF COURSE, can be added....and it is so yummy with nuts.

Bake in a 400 oven until they are golden brown......

While the bread is cooking, add a big slice of Country Ham in a skillet and brown on both sides....eating this ham with your bread WILL NOT make the monkey bread anything but GOOOOOOD !!!

This is how it will look with the 2 cans of can imagine how large and pretty it will be with 4 cans......Don't skimp on the butter, sugar and cinnamon....that's what makes it all so good.

Now, I am sure you could use a low-fat butter and Splenda for way less calories and fat....I haven't tried that yet but I sure intend to.......someday!

Serve it all up with your favorite coffee or tea and you are in for a taste treat that didn't take any time at all....

Ummmmmm, UM !!

The rest goes under glass until it's SNACK TIME !!!
UH, OHHHH, KELLY just told me about GORILLA BREAD.....from Paula, now, let's go check IT out......

HAVE A SNACKFUL's good for the soul !!


Karen H. said...

Good Morning BJ,
Well I be darned, if you ain't making me hungry this morning. My mouth is so watering now. LOL. You are just going to have to get in your car and drive all the way here and bring me some of that Monkey Bread and Ham. It all looks so yummy. Well it wouldn't last very long around here that's for sure. LOL. It would all be gone in a days time here. LOL. Take care my friend and have a great day. May God Bless You and Yours.

Love & Hugs,
Karen H.

Amelia said...

I make this from time to time. My recipe is some what different by cooking the butter and brown sugar together some and pouring over before baking.

I agree it is so good!

Also~I put in lots of chopped pecans...nothing low calorie in this tasteful dish.

SweetAnnee said...

Oh..Monkey Bread is soooo good.
I haven't had any for ages!!

sounds great to me!!

have a great day dear!!

Anonymous said...

Oh, BJ that Monkey bread looks scrumptious!!!! I think I can even smell it. lol You sure made me hungry this morning. Love the basket you found the other day, perfect magazine holder. Enjoy the day, Janie

Mary said...

Oh my goodness, that looks yummy!!!! I will definitely try it.

Have a wonderful day!

Anita said...

MMM... looks great!!

Rosie's Whimsy said...

I think a lot of us are heading for the airport so we can visit and have a piece of the yummy Monkey Bread! Hope you can handle the crowd! :-) Rosie

Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

Hi BJ, I loved having you take a walk with me. It was interesting to hear your take on Spring. It sounds so different from what we have in Virginia. By the first week of April Spring time here will be incredibly beautiful. We love monkey bread at this house. I make the sweet version with a box of butterscotch pudding and lots of nuts. Yummeeeeee!

PEA said...

You know, my mom started making Monkey Bread many years ago and I remember the very first time I tasted you say, it's soooo good:-) I've made it a few times's especially nice to make when you have a few friends over for coffee and everyone just picks at it until it's all gone! lol xoxo

Mississippi Songbird said...

Oh, I love Monkey bread...
I'm hungry
Have a great evening!

Kelly said...

Everyone around here loves Monkey Bread! I have made it for years....then....THEN!!! I discovered Paula Deens GORILLA BREAD recipe! It is basically Monkey bread with cream cheese in the center of each quartered biscuit and pinched closed. Me Likey!!
Now I won't be satisfied until I make either the Monkey Bread or the Gorilla Bread. That's just how I am.

Jackie said...

BJ, I have never made Monkey Bread, but yours looks so good that I just will have to give it a try.

Nan said...

That looks delish! I've never made it. Save some for me.......I'm on my way!

Debbie from NJ said...

Hi BJ,

Oh my, that bread looks delicious! Such a cute picture of a monkey to go with it. I will have to try that definately! thanks for sharing!


Kathleen Grace said...

Oh BJ, that looks so good! Wish I weren't trying to lose a few extra pounds (quite a few in fact!) Guess I'll just feast my eyes for now:>)

Michelle said...

My grandmother made this! Very yummy indeed! It is so good hot out of the over :)


Rhondi said...

Hi BJ I haven't made monkey bread for a long time. Thanks for reminding me about it! Rhondi

Brenda said...

I was gonna say I loved Monkey bread until I met Gorilla bread from Paula and there is no going back!

Sandi McBride said...

Wow, now that is what I call a wonderful Coffee the coffee ready?

Robyn said...

BJ how I have missed you and your blog! See my blog for my leg drama's. Just good to be back! Come visit!

Marcela said...

Hello sweet BJ
I hope you are having a wonderful week!!!
Here it has been raining for 1 week..

Pat said...

YUMMY!! I can almost smell the cinnamon. I'll have to try this someday soon.

Hugs, Pat