Posted: 10/10/2011 10:05:39 PM
I add 1/4 tsp almond extract to the melter butter and layer Angle Flake toasted coconut along with toasted pecan pieces into the recipe. To decorate, sprinkle untoasted Angle Flake coconut on the top of the finished recipe in place of M&M candies. The white 'snow' and the red 'bow' make a pretty holiday presentation.
Posted: 12/28/2010 9:08:26 AM
One word, AWESOME!!! My two boys loved it very, very much also! Only problem that we had,stopping!!! One of the best new receipes I've tried in a while! You'll not regret making this!
Posted: 12/22/2010 10:01:09 AM
Yes, this is a version of "Monkey Bread". I'm 63 and my mom made it when I was a little girl. With Pillsbury biscuits of course! My family loves it and I have forgotten to make it for a long time. Will try this one with the decorations for our Christmas dessert. (love the wreath) :o)
Posted: 12/17/2010 9:29:39 PM
Made it for the first time with my 11yr old son and it was really easy and turned out great. Was doing a test run for a holiday potluck at work, wasn't sure what I was going to bring in but after tasting this, it wasn't hard to decide, just hoping it reheats well.
Posted: 12/15/2010 11:27:37 AM
Last year I added nutmeg to the cinnamon and sugar. It was really good.
Posted: 12/15/2010 8:10:16 AM
My family calls it "Monkey Bread" and we have been making it for at least 30 years!! It never goes to waste.....usually have to make a 2nd or 3rd one so everyone gets some!! An awesome and easy fix for any sweet tooth!! Highly recommended!!
Posted: 12/14/2010 7:49:17 AM
Updated version of monkey bread, looks as good as the original version. Fix all the time. Everyone loves it.
Posted: 12/13/2010 7:36:31 PM
I haven't tried this yet, but it looks like what we call "Monkey Bread" to me. Maybe that is what you are talking about , momtkv.
Posted: 12/13/2010 11:48:47 AM
The southern version adds pecans to the cake pan first. But we actually have a name for this sweet treat and it won't let me type it ... not sure why but it's not a bad title. Actually found it in cookbooks listed this way to make sure.