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The kids will get a kick out of pulling off gooey pieces of this delectable monkey bread. It's hard to resist the caramel-coated treat. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
Step 1: How to Make Caramel-Pecan Monkey BreadDip balls of dough in melted butter, then roll in cinnamon-sugar mixture.
Step 2: How to Make Caramel-Pecan Monkey BreadPour a layer of caramel sauce in the bottom of a greased tube pan. Sprinkle pecans on caramel sauce. Place half of the coated dough balls in the tube pan.
Step 3: How to Make Caramel-Pecan Monkey BreadDrizzle with caramel sauce and top with pecans. Arrange remaining balls over caramel sauce.
Make-Ahead Tip: Caramel-Pecan Monkey BreadSave time by kneading the dough and refrigerating overnight. The next day, let the dough sit on the counter for 30 minutes, then continue as the recipe directs.
When my neighbor hosts brunch, she always asks that I make this monkey bread recipe. I also make a savory version with garlic and cheese for dinner. —Lois Rutherford, Elkton, Florida
I love making this pumpkin monkey bread for a holiday brunch. Leftovers reheat well, and the sauce is good enough to make extra to use as waffle and pancake syrup. —Emily Main, Tonopah, Arizona
The first time I made this delightful breakfast treat for a brunch party, it was a huge hit. Now I get requests every time family or friends do anything around the breakfast hour! I always keep the four simple ingredients on hand. —Jaime Keeling, Keizer, Oregon
This bread will make your house smell wonderful while it bakes. The combination of herbs and seasoning make it irresistible. It's my most requested recipe. —Joan Hallford, North Richland Hills, Texas
I stumbled across this recipe while looking for something different to take to a brunch. Boy, am I glad I did! Everyone asked for the recipe and was surprised it called for only five ingredients. It's the perfect treat to bake for an informal get-together. —Traci Collins, Cheyenne, Wyoming
Even picky eaters who don't like to eat spinach will dig into these tasty little bites. — Kelly Williams, Forked River, New Jersey
We enjoy this chocolate monkey bread as we open gifts on Christmas. It's impossible to resist. —Heather Deterding, Odenton, Maryland
The herby goodness of my favorite sauce shines in this nostalgic bread recipe that comes together quickly thanks to refrigerated biscuits. Serve warm as an appetizer with marinara for dipping, or as a side to an Italian entree. —Eden Dranger, Los Angeles
Moist, sticky and filled with rich maple flavor, this treat tastes as delicious as it looks. The gooey cream cheese inside is sure to get mouths watering. —Doreen Wright-Laukaitis, Oxford, Massachusetts
Both of my boys really enjoyed helping me make this butterscotch monkey bread when they were young. It seemed to taste twice as good when they helped fix it. It's one of our favorites for breakfast or as a snack. —Carol Allen, McLeansboro, Illinois