Posted: 10/30/2012 4:58:50 PM
Delicious seasonal variation on Monkey Bread. I used 2 of the larger (16 oz?) tubes of the reduced fat Grands buttermilk biscuits and cut each into 8. I cooked it in a silicone bundt-style pan, but it needed to bake for 15 minutes longer than the recipe called for! The inside stayed very gooey, maybe due to the moisture of the sauce. I recommend it, but be sure to check the middle for doneness before removing from oven.
Posted: 10/29/2012 10:11:20 AM
Just made this with the kids!! It is really delicious!!! Great recipe!
Posted: 10/28/2012 6:29:46 PM
I made this monkey bread last night for a Halloween party and it was a HUGE hit!! It was absolutely delicious!! I had to cook it a little longer than the recipe called for but it still turned out amazing. Next time I make this I am going to try layering the biscuits and cheesecake mixture because making it like the recipe, you really don't get the cheesecake flavor until you get to the bottom of the monkey bread. Other than that, I am glad I decided to make it! Also, I used the whole 8oz of the cream cheese because I feel like you would get more of the "cheesecake" in it.
Posted: 10/28/2012 3:58:30 PM
I used cheaper regular buttermilk biscuits and it turned out great. We loved this recipe. My 3 year old granddaughter loved them. Will be making them again.
Posted: 10/28/2012 9:17:16 AM
Real good! Needed to bake 10 extra minutes (but I used an Angel Food cake pan, so maybe that's why).
Posted: 10/27/2012 1:40:01 PM
Meant to make it a 5 star rating...
Posted: 10/27/2012 1:38:43 PM
I made this recipe this morning and it was delicious! My husband loved it! I made a few changes after reading the reviews...I added chopped pecans after each layer of biscuit dough and I used a full 8oz package of cream cheese...baking time of 35 minutes....it was AWESOME!
Posted: 10/26/2012 3:31:58 PM
Hi, though I haven't tried this recipe, having come from a family that has made pull apart bread for nearly 40 years, Try substituting Pillsbury bread dough instead, or frozen rolls. It is usually a melted butter that the bread is pulled apart and rolled in, then sugar(thawed of course. While the pumpkin concept is good, if you just use the pumpkin pie spice instead of using all of that extra filling, you will still get the authentic flavor, without compromising the outcome.
Posted: 10/26/2012 7:00:14 AM
I made this exactly as stated and it turned out pretty good, but I didn't get the "cheese cake" taste. Maybe the cream cheese should be 8oz and not 3 as stated. For those concerned about the pan, don't be, just use what cake pan you have. When making again I will bake it a little longer (38 minutes?), I'm not sure how to tell by the looks if it is done. I'll try the 8oz of cream cheese and I'll add some nuts.
Side note: Pillsbury or the creator should answer questions posted here.
Posted: 10/25/2012 10:18:34 PM
I am an excellent cook. I make 3 meals a day including deserts and I couldn't wait to try this recipe due to my family's love of monkey bread and of pumpkin. I'll have to say this is absolutely the worse recipe I've ever made. I am so upset to have waisted all the ingredients on this
dish. Cost close to $7.00 in ingredients. NO ONE in our family would eat this including the dog. VERY disappointed that Pillsbury would post this recipe on their site. You have let me down. I haven't made anything in the last 20 years that wasn't at least edible. I sure wish I had my money and my time back!