We all have Holiday Traditions
That’s what makes Holidays fun.
One tradition I wait all year for is Monkey Bread.
Christmas morning would not be complete without it.
Coffee/Fire/Christmas Music/ Monkey Bread and it’s been that way as far as I can remember.
I also like knowing that the same thing will be going on with my sisters at their homes Christmas morning.
It is the perfect thing to tide you over until Christmas Brunch.
It’s gooey, delicious, makes the whole house smell amazing, and it’s super easy so no added stress.
It is a recipe that will take you 10 minutes and you do it the night before.
The next morning all you have to do is pre-heat your oven and pop the pan into the oven.
It’s midwest goodness, certainly not a culinary masterpiece or high-end in any way, but even the biggest foodie snob will be swayed.
Here’s the recipe.
1 package frozen dinner rolls (18-20)
½ cup pecans
1 package butterscotch pudding (do not use the instant kind, the old school real deal)
6 Tablespoons melted butter
½ cup brown sugar
3 teaspoons cinnamon
- Grease a Bundt pan with Pam or Canola Spray
- Sprinkle bottom of pan with the pecans
- Arrange 18-20 dinner rolls in pan
- Sprinkle Package of pudding over rolls
- Combine melted butter, sugar, and cinnamon
- Drizzle mixture over rolls
- Cover with plastic wrap that you have sprayed with Pam so it doesn’t stick to rolls
- Let the Monkey Bread Sit over night
- Bake in 325 degrees oven for 35 minutes or until golden brown. Invert on plate and serve
I wish you all a Merry Christmas!