Monday, March 14, 2011

Bubble Loaf AKA Monkey Bread

My husband calls it bubble loaf and I call it monkey bread.  Whatever you call it....it is yummy and everyone probably makes this already.

We went to my SIL Lisa's and BIL LR's house this weekend....just to get away before the chaos of spring gets here.  I woke up at 4:30AM on Saturday and couldn't go back to sleep....urgh!!!  Since I needed to pass a little time while everyone was sleeping I decided to cook.  I opened up all the cupboards and the fridge and the freezer at least twice before deciding on monkey bread.  It is extremely easy to make and rather quick to  "whoop" up!!!

You will need:

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees.


2 tubes of biscuits
1 stick of butter
1 cup of sugar
1 cup of packed brown sugar
½ cup pancake syrup
1 tbsp cinnamon

Add the sugar and cinnamon to a gallon sized ziploc bag and shake shake shake....shake your baggie!

Use your kitchen scissors and cut the biscuits up into about 6 pieces....kinda like a teeny tiny little pie and add them to the ziploc bag.

Then shake shake shake....shake your baggie {are you singing?} until the biscuits are nicely coated with the cinnamon and sugar mixture.

Then be sure to cut the Box Tops off the tubes of biscuits {if I did not do this Lisa would have been dumpster diving through her trash can to cut them off}.  It is for a good cause!!!!

Then add the biscuits to a 9x13 coated with cooking spray.

Melt the stick of butter over medium to high heat.

Add the brown sugar to the butter and stir.

Add the syrup to the butter and brown sugar mixture and stir.  Bring to boil for about a minute.  Remove from heat.

Pour mixture over the biscuits and bake for 20 minutes or until done.

When the monkey bread is done flip it over on top of a piece of foil curling up the edges to catch the goo {or just using a cookie sheet with edges}.

By this time everyone was awake {except for my niece Rachel...she is not a morning person} because they could smell it baking.

Enjoy!!!!!!!!!

{{{HUGS}}}
The Farmer's Wife

3 comments:

  1. YUMMY! THANKS FOR USING "NORMAL" INGREDIENTS!!

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  2. Looks yummy !!!

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  3. LOL, I totally understand the "normal" ingredients!!!

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