Monkey Bread Recipe with Rhodes Rolls

08/19/2011 2:54 pm · 13 comments

by Sarah A Thrifty Mom

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Monday I posted my Menu Plan and I showed a photo of the Monkey Bread I made for breakfast.  I had a few of you request the recipe so I wanted to pass it along to you all.  It is SUPER easy to make and best of all you can make it the night before, then just pop it in the over and bake it in the morning.

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Mix the cinnamon and sugar in a small bowl and set aside. Take the butter and coat the inside of the pan, sprinkle half the sugar and cinnamon mixture into the bottom of the pan.  Place frozen Rhodes rolls into the pan.  Sprinkle the rest of the sugar mixture on the top of the rolls.  Cover pan with plastic wrap and set aside to rise.  The rolls will be ready to bake once they rise, this can take as little as 3 hours…. but I make them late at night. Then I set them on the counter and bake them in the morning,  which gives them about a 5-7 hour rise time.  Bake at 350 for 15-20 mins.  Once they are done, flip pan onto a serving platter while hot…. they should come right out of the pan. Enjoy!

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6 comments
Cindy Hochstrasser
Cindy Hochstrasser

The pepperjack sounds delish! How would I make that? Just shredded cheese sprinkled on the top?

Kelly C
Kelly C

LOL Cindy I do the same thing! Jennifer never thought about the pepperjack idea!

jennie
jennie

I have also made this with some shredded pepperjack for savory dinner rolls.

Jennifer
Jennifer

I do the same thing as Cindy and ad some chopped pecans. I think the ones I use are made by Emerald and they are "pecan pie". I could see with your recipe that some raisins would be a good addition. I just think anything warm and covered in gooey sweetness is a great way to start off any day. If only I didn't have to make it and do the dishes.

Jennifer
Jennifer

Sounds like breakfest tomarrow! Thanks!

Cindy Hochstrasser
Cindy Hochstrasser

We make this a couple of times a year, but we sprinkle a box of cook butterscotch pudding and 3/4 cup brown sugar over 17 frozen dough ball and dot with the stick of butter and let it raise all night then bake it. YUM!

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