Skip to main content

Monkey Bread with 5 Ingredients

Hey Everybody!!
My family loves when I make Monkey Bread.
 I don't know why they call it Monkey Bread all I know is that. it's finger licking good.. 
Isn't your mouth watering, lawd!!

It tasted soo good that I have to actual limit myself on how much I eat or my ass would be bigger than the house.

Things you need:

2 or 3 Cans of Biscuits
Stick of Butter
A Cup of Sugar
A Cup of Brown Sugar
1/2 TBS Cinnamon 

Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees.

Combine Sugar and Cinnamon in bowl or plastic Ziploc bag.

Cut biscuits into 2 or 4 pieces.
If your using large biscuit cut into 4 or using regular can cut into 2. 

Coat biscuits in sugar mix.

I used a bread pan, but use any deep pan you have layer the biscuits in.

I take a little Sugar Mix and pour in between the biscuits after layering..

In a small sauce pan bring Butter and Brown Sugar to a boil.
Let boil for 2 minutes.

It will be extremely hot.
Be Careful!!

Pour over biscuits..

Put in oven and bake for 35 minutes..

Take oven and let cool for 10 minutes and than turn over in plate.. 


If you have any questions, feel free to ask me.
Leave me a comment if you try it or just say hi!!!

Until Next Time....


Popular posts from this blog

Homemade Yaka-Mein!! But if you're from New Orleans you say. Yaka-Meat!!

New Orleans Style Homemade  Yaka-Mein!! If you're not form New Orleans, then you probably will not know what this is. But if you do, then here's the recipe for "Yaka-Meat". Yaka-Meat originated . Link above to make a long story short..   Ingredients below: 2 pounds of stew meat beef 3 or 4 quarts of water 2 cubes of beef bouillon cubes Black Pepper to taste Salt to taste Garlic Powder to taste Onion Powder to taste Kitchen Bouquet 2 Tablespoons Worcestershire Sauce Half Bottle Soy Sauce Half Bottle Any Louisiana Hot Sauce Long Green Onions Boiled Eggs  I know it looks a little gross but believe me, the outcome is delicious!  Put Meat, Cubes,  Seasoning, Kitchen Bouquet in a big pot, let it simmer for about 5 minutes or until the beef is browned. Add the 3-4 quarts of water and half bottles of Worcestershire and Soy sauce. Bring to a boil; reduce heat to medium and

Inspired Faux Leather Square Obi Belt

Hey Everyone!!! Today, I'm coming at you today with an accessory an Obi belt to be more specific. I've been obsessed with Loewe's Wide Obi Belt since I've seen it on one of my favorite Youtubers.  As some of you all already know, I love to recreate designer fashion but give a twist to it. I love doing this at a fraction of the cost to tell the truth I actually did this for FREE.. Yes, FREE with faux black leather I purchased from Wal-Mart years ago. I love how the belt cinches in your waist, making your silhouette even more dramatic. Can you say Statement Piece? It feels more like art to me, such sculpture statement to make.  Inspiration: Loewe Wide Obi Belt It's not really a tutorial, more of a pictorial. I actually used a old peplum pattern and cut the shape I wanted. I can't give you dimensions, you'd have to make the shape to want.. When you get the shape you want, you cut the pattern.  Make sure you cut 2

New Orleans Style Seafood Gumbo Recipe

Gumbo is one of my husband's favorite dishes  he LOVES me to make..  If it was up him, we'd have it every week..  "TOO EXPENSIVE" Especially living in Dallas..  Well here's a short cut, easy way to make my delicious New Orleans Style Seafood Gumbo.. Ingredients: Seafood Stock  Creole Gumbo Base ( I also made a roux) Crab meat 3 cans Whole Oysters Canned ( raw wasn't available) 1-2 Pounds of Shrimp 10-15 crabs S/P Bay Leaves Gumbo File' Water 3 Onions 3 Celery Stacks 6 Garlic Cloves Turkey Sausage 1/2 Cup of Flour Rice Chop and saute onions, celery and garlic until all veggies are translucent.   Put aside and in same pan brown sausage. Combine veggies and sausage together. Put 1/2 cup of flour in veggies and mix until is becomes pasty. See Pasty!!! Add Seafood Stock and Bay Leaves in Stock Pot. Let simmer for about 5 minutes to get the flavor out of the B/L..