Perfect For Breakfast or Dessert, This Is One Recipe You Can’t Miss.
This recipe brings back such fond memories of weekends spent at my grandparents’ house. I was the first grandchild and my grandma and I always had an especially strong bond. I honestly couldn’t even count the number of times I would beg my parents on a Friday night to let me sleep over at Nana Kath’s house.
Being an only child my parents were usually more than happy to drop my off there, so they could go out and spend some time just the two of them. I’d be so excited pulling up in the driveway of my grandparents’ house, just knowing my grandma had so many fun things for us to do.
More often than not our idea of fun meant spending time in her spacious kitchen, whipping up supper for grandpa or—even more fun—trying a new recipe for our Saturday morning breakfast. It was always a treat at Nana Kath’s house: no stale cereal or burnt toast in site!
It was with my grandma that I first tried the deliciousness that is Monkey Bread. I remember diving into the gooey, cinammony bites of bread and falling instantly in love. So when I saw this recipe I knew I had to make it.
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Quick tip: Make these into Monkey Bread muffins by placing two pieces of biscuit dough in a muffin pan then topping with a small spoonful of apple pie filling. Repeat with second layer and bake 15-20 minutes or until golden.
Photo attribution and recipe courtesy of: Pumpkin Spice.
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