Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Garlic Monkey Bread


Biscuits
Originally uploaded by pwinn.



Garlic Monkey Bread

1/2 cup butter, melted
1/4 cup grated parmesan
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
2 cans buttermilk biscuits

Preheat oven to 375F. In a large bowl, combine butter, cheese and garlic powder. Cut biscuits into quarters, dip in butter mixture and layer in a bundt pan. Bake 20 to 25 minutes or until golden brown. Cover with foil if necessary to prevent overbrowning.

To eat: Pull apart with your fingers. You can also make monkey sounds if you wish. ;0)

This is a fun recipe for young children to help with! We enjoyed our monkey bread with a plate of hot spaghetti!

Dinner
Originally uploaded by pwinn.

16 comments:

Tina Leigh said...

Oh no this will not be any good at all, dont feed it to anyone Kelli.....send it all to me!!!! droolingggggg!!!!!

Kristen said...

Oh, YUM! This sounds so great! I am ALWAYS on the look out for new recipes! :-)

Thanks for commenting on my blog for my 125th post!! I hope you'll come back again sometime! :-)

Mary T. said...

Hmmmm! Have you made this with made from scratch biscuits? Do you think it would work? I make a garlic/cheese biscuit and my mind is thinking it through.

Susan P. said...

Yum, yum, yum. I'm think we will be having some spaghetti soon and of course we need something to go with it! Hmmm, wonder what that will be?!!LOL

dot said...

Oh that does sound good. Guess what I'll be making the next time we have spaghetti!

PEA said...

Yummmmmmy!!! I have a Monkey Bread recipe but it's for the sweet one with cinnamon and lots of gooey stuff...I've never heard of the garlic one but I will definitely try this one!!! Thanks so much for sharing...yup, can just see the look on their faces while I'm making monkey sounds!! lol Hugs

clarice said...

Kelli what a smart girl I have only seen sweet monkey bread. Not savory. We will have to try it. Clarice

Revee said...

MMM, I can smell that all the way over here! The girls and I would LOVE to try some monkey bread sometime. Hint, Hint!! :)

Patty said...

Looks yummy ! Will have to try that. I have a collection of monkey bread recipes but no garlic monkey bread

Lady Laurie said...

That looks good, and I was just sitting here thinking maybe I'll make spaghetti for dinner, I hope I have the stuff for sauce!

Jammy said...

That looks so delish!!! Thanks ;)
We'll leave out the monkey sounds, though....hehe

Amanda said...

Oh that looks gooooood!

Donna said...

I found your site while looking for recipe for Garlic Monkey Bread which I will be making tonite, it sounds delicious. I love your site and pics of Daisy too, I will visit again, Thanks

Elder Family said...

Hello there, I gave this recipe a try and it was awesome...my husband and son ate it up in no time. It is definetly going in the recipe box. Thanks. I stumbled across your blog a few weeks ago I really enjoy it, and the layout. Very nicely done. I started one months ago but I am just now getting back into it. Check it out let me know what you think.
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Anonymous said...

Yum! I was at Godfathers Pizza and they have thee best italian monkey bread, so I was looking for something like it- this looks great! I already am chopping up the biscuits!

Vgaumer said...

What about using an already frozen store bought dough.....like Rhondes? Would it also work? Should I let them rise individualy before placing in pan with ingredients or thow them in frozen and let the rise with the ingredients?