Monkey Bread

Today I am blog-swapping with the girls over at Envy My Cooking.  You can head over to their blog if you missed my Oreo Pudding Cookies!

We are Karla & Jenny from Envymycooking!

We are so excited to be blog swapping today!

We are going to share with you one of our favorite things to make in the morning and even for a little after school snack for the kiddos

Monkey Bread


4 cans Biscuits( i just got the ones from walmart- the walmart brand)





Make cinnamon sugar in a medium bowl

In another bowl take a half of cube of butter and melt it


Open biscuits can and grab one biscuit and tear in half!

Roll into a ball and drop in butter.

pick ball up with fork and place in Cinnamon/Sugar (make sure its well coated with cinnamon/sugar all the way around)

Than place in a pan!

Line them up in a row but leave a 1/2 inch between each one!

Throw them in oven at 350 degrees and bake for 10-12 min..


We just love this recipe so much and so do our kids!

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  1. trisha*n May 9, 2011

    Monkey Bread brings back so many memories from childhood!

  2. Found you on Envy my Cooking! So many yummy recipes here! YUM!!

  3. Kristy I haven’t checked your “sweet treats” blog for so long and am dying over all the amazing recipes you’ve posted since the last time I checked. Seriously how do you stay so thin while making all this tasty stuff!! Love ya. It was so fun to see you while we were in town. Can’t stop thinking about your amazing place.

    p.s the girl who commented right above me is my cousin who lives in Arizona. Small world!! She has some yummy recipes on her blog as well

  4. claire May 11, 2011

    love me some monkey bread! it has my tummy growling as we speak! glad to have a new blog to check out!


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