Pizza Monkey Bread
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Bake: 40 min. + cooling
I increased the cheeses and pepperoni slices to our taste and baked using convection mode to help the center set better, as I was using a flat tube pan rather than the suggested fluted tube pan. I also increased the baking time, watching it until the bubbling reduced and it showed signs of just starting to darken too much on top. Was a huge hit. It was difficult to release from the pan, but folks were enjoying the crispy parts scraped off the sides later anyway. My grandson said it was the best meal he'd had in 15 years (he's 9). Next time I will try a non-stick pan.
I enjoyed making this recipe. It was quick to put together and great for a Saturday night quick dinner. The only change I made was using Olive Oil instead of butter. I heated up the first four ingredients in a saucepan and then added the Bisquits, tossing them to coat. Then followed the recipe as follows. I did have a problem, like others, with the biscuits being gooey in the center.
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This was good. Next time I will add more cheese and double maybe triple the pepperoni.
Mine turned out extremely gooey in the center; don't know what happened. I baked for 40 min at 350; will use a different baking dish next time. If I had left it in the oven any longer it would have burned. Turned out very pretty and everyone loved the parts that were cooked.
I would take out the pepper.
I've made this I live in a senior citizen building and took a down as a snack for everybody they just loved it , I had Mariner warm the marinara sauce for dipping added Italian cheese to the marinara sauce. Delich.
By the way this disappeared from the platter, it must have been a huge success... I didn't even get a bite as it was gone before I could grab some. I found it much easier to use a large plastic dish tub to mix the cut up dough pieces with the oil and other ingredients, and I used my hands instead of a spoon... I doubled the amount of pepperoni. cheese, and marinara, and added some tiny bits of diced onion and red bell pepper, and I had several other sauces available on the side. I provided a large serving fork to break away the pieces. I will make this again.
Yes, it is a lot of bread, but it's seasoned bread. I loved it, but unfortunately, family took one bite and made sandwiches instead. So, I won't be making this again. So sad. BTW, I did put more sauce in and I think that helped it not being so dry.
Originally made this for a playoff game potluck. Was a big hit! We put several different dipping sauces with it, so people could switch it up a bit (ranch, marinara, a few cheese sauces). Everyone was asking for the recipe! Kids and adults alike enjoyed this "alternative" to regular pizza!