Posted: 12/13/2010 10:15:02 AM
I love it! Actually, Pillsbury had another recipe of this which had 1:45 min total to make. And it's worth it. This is how mine turn out to be. http://creationsonpaper.blogspot.com/2010/07/monkey-bread.html
Posted: 12/11/2010 9:46:42 AM
This takes so long to bake because I bake @350 for 30 min and then 325 for 15min. Has anyone ever done the prep the night before? does anyone know if it would work? We love this and I'm making it next Sunday for our church Christmas breakfast
Posted: 12/8/2010 8:11:22 AM
I loved making this recipe with my daughter...tho we used the pillbury cinnamon buns instead of what the recipe called for my family loved it!!
Posted: 12/6/2010 3:05:49 PM
EXCELLENT! EASY! My 3 year old grandchild helped me and she had a ball. Will make again and again.
Posted: 8/5/2010 6:25:58 PM
Wow! A new family favorite. We topped it with cream cheese icing....fantastic.
Posted: 7/7/2010 9:35:36 AM
Oh my goodness this is now my official cake. :-) It is so easy to make and everyone LOVES it. I'm going to try the loaf next.
Posted: 6/1/2010 2:40:22 PM
Love Love Love this recipe!!! So easy and delicious!
Posted: 5/28/2010 11:20:15 AM
I rated this for the tastes. I cut it into 6 pcs like suggested here. I used Splenda sugars and cinnamon, and I used my healthier butter spread. I decided to make these in a regular sized muffin pan. The problem I had was with the temp. of baking and timing.I baked the at 400 degrees as on recipe and for 20 minutes. The bottoms were black and hard and they came out on the dryer side. They were definitely over baked at that setting and time. I am going to try them again and will back them at a lower temp , maybe 350 for the same amount of time. Overall the taste was good. My daughter suggested I add a topping so they would taste more
Posted: 5/3/2010 8:16:27 PM
I was quite excited for this and very disappointed with what I got. I think it was partly because it baked a little too long due to being distracted by my son's needs. But I think its too buttery like someone else commented and all the sticky goodness sank right to the bottom and made the bottom of the pan and made it very sweet and sugary and the top(or the bottom once you flip it over) was dry and lacking in the sticky goodness. If there was a way to evenly distribute that through out I would try it again without the buttermilk biscuits tho.
Posted: 3/12/2010 3:43:48 PM
This was just like the cinnamon bites from mcdonalds without frosting. AMAZING!