~Cinnamon Roll Monkey Bread!

I just love Monkey-ing around in the kitchen, especially when it involves Cinnmaon Rolls!  There’s something about that sweet sinful swirl that I can’t resist.  And it’s even better when it’s dripping in Butter and ooey-gooey Caramel-like sauce!

This Monkey Bread is almost as simple as making a regular batch of Cinnamon Rolls, but the WOW factor is huge!  And the flavor factor is even ‘huge-er’ :)  …tender, fluffy Cinnamony Rolls stacked and stuck together in one delicious, giant ring of  YUMM, and scrumptious drizzles of Frosting!

~Do it..trust me!

What you’ll need:

2 Rolls of Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls (8 count)

1/2 cup Granulated Sugar

1 teaspoon Cinnamon

1 cup packed Brown sugar

3/4 cup Butter or Margarine..melted

A large Zipper Bag

A Bundt pan..optional, but gives it a pretty look!

Directions:

Lightly grease your Bundt pan.

In a medium bowl melt the Butter and mix in the Brown Sugar…

In a large Zipper Bag mix the granulated Sugar and the Cinnamon.  Separate the Cinnamon Rolls and toss them in the bag a few at a time…

Give them a good shake…

Arrange them in the pan, over-lapping if neccessary.  Pour the Melted Butter mixture all over the Rolls…

Bake 25-30 minutes at 350 degrees, until they’re golden and no longer doughy in the center.

Let them cool for about 10 minutes…

Then flip it out onto a serving platter…

See how it looks at you, just begging for some frosting…

You must give in…

Nowww it’s happy-happy…

And so are you…

And so is everyone else…

But your lips are the happiest of all!  ~Enjoy!  :)

 

24 Comments

  1. This looks so good! My son will love this. I may cut the rolls into 2 pieces each when I make mine; just for fun!!

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  2. I love cinnamon rolls so I know I would love the Cinnamon Roll Monkey Bread. Thanks for the recipe.

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  3. Looks Yummy, Where is the recipe for the Glaze?

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    • It’s just the frosting that comes inside the cinnamon rolls. :)

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  4. Whoever put together this post is EVIL! And you just had to include PICTURES, didn’t you?

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    • I agree Karen, and if you never tried it, be very careful when you do, it taste even better then it looks, you can’t stop eating it once you start!! So worth it!!! Try it you will regret it but enjoy every minute of it!! lol

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  5. I’ve made these and they Are The Best
    My daughter shared this with me a few years ago can’t go wrong with this recipe!

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  6. I made this tonight except with the brown sugar and butter I added pecan pieces and then mixed and poured over the rolls… OH MY Gosh .. it’s crazy good!

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    • YAY! So glad you enjoyed it! :)

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  7. OH….THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!! Yes, that was sort of yelling. Have you ever tried to “fill” a 13 year old boy? He loves this stuff, and now I can make it fresh! YAY!

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  8. Cut each roll into quarters and sprinkle in diced apples!! Extra yummy!

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    • That’s awesome…thank you!

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  9. Made this tonight. Not one piece was left over. This was the best dessert I have made. My hubbie has requested that I make this weekly.

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    • Woooohoooooo! :)

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  10. It taste even better with bacon bits on top of it.

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  11. you can pinch off the rolls into smaller pieces and arrange them on top of each other, gives it a smaller bite

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  12. pinch off smaller pieces of the cinnamon rolls and makes the bites smaller

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  13. Experimenting as we speak and it looks DEEEELIS!!

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  14. Great recipe! My family loved it

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  15. My mom made this for our family cookie party this morning, and everyone loved it! I love all the cinnamon recipes on here.

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  16. Can you make it the night before then bake it off in the morning??

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  17. I made this recipe and they were a BIG hit I plan on making these again for Thanksgiving :) 2014

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    • WooHoo! :)

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