Crock Pot Monkey Bread

Have you ever made a recipe and wondered why it has taken you so long to make it? That is how I feel about this Crock Pot Monkey Bread. For some reason I always think that Monkey Bread is going to take hours and hours to prepare. Making Monkey Bread in the Crock-Pot is so crazy easy!

Crock Pot Monkey Bread Tammilee Tips

Fair warning your house is going to smell crazy amazing when you make this recipe. I kept checking the timer for the Crock Pot Monkey Bread to be done. I was so ready to dive in and try it.

We had all of the ingredients needed for this recipe in the fridge. If you use Pillsbury Biscuits make sure you check for printable coupons. They normally have coupons available.

Crock Pot Monkey Bread

Crock Pot Monkey Bread ingredients

Ingredients
1 tube Biscuits, I used Pillsbury Biscuits
1 Tsp Cinnamon
1/4 cup Margarine/butter, Melted
1 cup brown sugar

Directions

1. Cut biscuits into quarters with kitchen shears

Crock Pot Monkey Bread Directions 1

2. Dip biscuit pieces into melted butter

Crock Pot Monkey Bread Directions 2

3. Put buttered biscuit pieces into the bowl of cinnamon and brown sugar and fully coat the pieces

Crock Pot Monkey Bread Directions 3

4. Toss pieces into your Crock-Pot until you have all of the pieces layered in the crock pot. I poured the extra brown sugar and cinnamon mixture over the top of my pieces. Because really you can’t have enough brown sugar and cinnamon.

5. Cook on low for 2 hours, check to see if pieces are done. I rotated a few of the top pieces to the bottom to make sure everything was cooked all the way through. The pieces on the edges cooked faster than the pieces on the top.

6. Dish up and enjoy

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Crock Pot Monkey Bread

Ingredients

  • 1 tube Biscuits, I used Pillsbury Biscuits
  • 1 Tsp Cinnamon
  • 1/4 cup Margarine/butter, Melted
  • 1 cup brown sugar

Instructions

  1. Cut biscuits into quarters with kitchen shears
  2. Dip biscuit pieces into melted butter
  3. Put buttered biscuit pieces into the bowl of cinnamon and brown sugar and fully coat the pieces
  4. Toss pieces into your Crock-Pot until you have all of the pieces layered in the crock pot. I poured the extra brown sugar and cinnamon mixture over the top of my pieces. Because really you can’t have enough brown sugar and cinnamon.
  5. Cook on low for 2 hours, check to see if pieces are done. I rotated a few of the top pieces to the bottom to make sure everything was cooked all the way through. The pieces on the edges cooked faster than the pieces on the top.
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