Pepperoni Pizza Monkey Bread

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  1. Diane Lane

    Diane Lane Very Well-Known Member
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    I love monkey bread, and have always made sweet versions, but I came across this recipe recently for a savory version, and I would like to give it a try soon. I don't have the canned biscuits right now, but when I do, I think maybe I'll buy a double pack, so I can try this, as well as saving the others for my usual cinnamon sugar flavored version.

    I have two monkey bread pans. They're about half the size of a regular bundt cake pan, so if I do make this, I might either make a half batch, or just use the larger 10" pan the recipe mentions. I have enough sauce here, but not enough cheese or pepperoni, but I'll figure something out by the time I decide to make it. I think it would be great in the 10" pan as a family dinner or appetizer.

    Pepperoni Pizza Monkey Bread

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  2. Chrissy Cross

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    Something I might consider when visiting grandsons....would be a big hit.

    It would be a big hit with me also, that's why I'm not making it. :)
     
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  3. Arlene Richards

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    Yum, I'm gonna try this! :)
     
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    To be honest, I really don't know what a monkey bread is. But with the picture, I guess I had eaten that in one of the buffet restaurants I had been to. It looks like a big croissant with fillings, correct me if I'm wrong. I love bread with fillings but it depends on the fillings. Ham and cooked pork is okay but I don't relish fish because of the unsavory smell. But with pepperoni as fillings, I guess we can have a deal.
     
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    I never heard of monkey bread either. Sounds delicious though x
     
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  6. Diane Lane

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    @Corie Henson It's a pull apart bread that's made to be eaten with your hands. The typical recipe is sweet and sticky, just like most cinnamon rolls. This one wouldn't be sweet, but it might still be somewhat sticky. The rolls are cut into pieces, and those pieces are then mixed with other ingredients and although they fuse together somewhat during the cooking process, they can easily be pulled apart.
     
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    I've never eaten monkey bread; I don't even have a monkey. I haven't had canned biscuits in at least 40 years, real biscuits are so easy to make that even I can make them.
     
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    I haven't had real or canned biscuits in about 30 years!
     
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