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Monkey Bread Ring and Scones from Angel Biscuit Dough

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Homemade Crescent Roll dough, make your own homemade Monkey Bread.
Small Batch, Money Bread using Angel Biscuit Dough.

Having Angel Biscuit dough ready to go is very convenient. The bowl sits quietly in the refrigerator until you are ready to use it. Very convenient!

For a quick meal last week, we had Easter Monday Ham Bone Soup and dinner scones.


I usually make scones because I am a lazy biscuit baker. The rolling and cutting and re-rolling of the dough, phooey. I prefer to pat the dough out, cut into the number of scones I need/want and bake. Done and done.

To make scones, preheat oven to 425.


Angel Biscuit Dough, makes enough for four recipes.
Remove dough from refrigerator, score dough into 4 parts.

Note:  Each section of Angel Biscuit Dough is about the same as a tube of dairy case biscuits. Good information for all those recipes you want to adapt to and use, Angel Biscuit Dough.


Angel Biscuit Dough, made into scones, ready to bake.
Using one part, knead dough 3 - 5 times on a "floured" surface, I use oat bran.
It keeps any dough from sticking and does not leave a floury finish.
Pat into a circle approximately 1/2 inch thick.
Cut into the desired number of scones, place the circle of dough in a prepared baking pan.
Bake 20 - 25 minutes or until done in your oven.

Enjoy!

And now, are you ready to make a Monkey Bread Ring?


Monkey Bread Ring
350-degree oven

1 portion of Angel Biscuit Dough - use link above for recipe.

1/2 c brown sugar
1/2 t cinnamon
1/2 t nutmeg

1/4 c melted butter

1/4 c real maple syrup
1/4 c broken pecan pieces
oat bran to prevent dough from sticking to work surface.

Combine brown sugar with cinnamon and nutmeg, set aside.
Using one portion of the Angel Biscuit dough, remove and knead 3-5 times on a surface dusted with oat bran.
Flatten to a rectangle. and cut into 24 pieces.


Homemade Monkey Bread, uses homemade stored dough.
Angel Biscuit Dough, ready to be dipped in butter and cinnamon sugar!

Roll each portion of dough into a ball, coat in melted butter, roll in brown sugar mixture and arrange in baking pan.

 It is safe to use a jelly jar for the center support, just remember it will get very hot in the oven.


When all dough has been used, scatter pecans over top of dough balls, pour maple syrup over and finally use up the butter and the brown sugar mixture by scattering over the top of the dough balls. Bake 25 minutes.

I never mind the clean up, for something this delicious!

Remove from oven, cool 5 - 10 minutes, carefully remove jelly jar from center and set aside to cool (do not place the hot jar in a sink of water, it will break!) this jar is very hot.

Enjoy!

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11 comments

  1. I'm a big fan of the monkey bread. I try to do it every Christmas morning. I use a box of butterscotch pudding mixed with cinnamon and nuts to sprinkle on the top before baking. Gooey goodness.

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  2. Your recipe looks like it is pretty easy and I like Holly's idea of the butterscotch pudding. Butterscotch is Don's favorite flavor next to Hazelnut.

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  3. I've never made monkey bread but this makes it seem do-able.Yum,, I'm giving this a go.Happy Weekend to you.

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  4. I have eaten this many times however have not attempted it yet... yours looks like fun to make!

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  5. Thanks for visiting my blog:) This makes me drool. Love scones; love monkey bread; haven't had either in years.

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  6. Both the scones and the monkey bread ring are making my mouth water. That monkey ring looks like a perfect mother's day breakfast. Hope you have a wonderful Mother's Day!

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  7. Thanks a lot..so happy to have found your blog.I am always curious of monkey bread..havent tried this one.I am your newest follower.Hope you can drop by at my blog and follow me too. www.cookiedropletsetcbymarelie.com

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  8. Hi! I'm having a linky party called A Themed Baker's Sunday where this weeks theme is bread! I would love for you to join! Hope to see you there!
    http://cupcakeapothecary.blogspot.com/2011/05/themed-bakers-sunday-4.html
    Alyssa

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  9. WOW!! I am loving that angel dough!! Can't wait to try it out! Off to check it out!

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  10. Why haven't I ever thought about cutting the Angel biscuit dough like scones? You are so clever!

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  11. Melynda, I just love what you can do with your wonderful Angel Biscuit Dough! Those scones look amazing and I adore monkey bread. How wonderful to be able to make it with something you have to hand! As I said in my comment about the Angel Biscuit Dough, I think this is a wonderful recipe to have on hand. Thank you so much for sharing these great recipes with Let's Do Brunch! Hope to see you again today :)

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