Stuffed Monkey Bread With Cream Cheese…

I cannot think about this delicious monkey bread without also thinking about my good friend Alisha, aka Survival Girl. Survival Girl and I have much in common. Every time I see her, which is not often, I am reminded how much I adore her.  Oh how I wish I could talk her into moving to Colorado!

Survival Girl and I both believe that cream cheese makes everything better, and that is why this bread makes me think of her. It’s true. Cream cheese does make everything better.

I had been thinking about doing a twist on good ol’ gooey and delicious monkey bread. But what could possibly make monkey bread any better than it is? Then it occurred to me. CREAM CHEESE! It makes everything better, right? A few months after I had that thought, I saw in a magazine that someone had my same idea. I figured I had better hurry up and make it myself, so here we go!

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees F. Spray a 12-cup bundt pan with cooking spray and set aside.

In a medium bowl, combine:

2/3 cup dark brown sugar

2/3 cup granulated sugar

1 tablespoon cinnamon

Set aside.

Cut 20 cubes into an 8-ounce block of cream cheese.

Slice 10 discs of dough from each of two 12-ounce tubes of refrigerated flaky buttermilk biscuits. You will have 20 total dough discs. Set the discs on a flat surface and place one cube of cream cheese into the center of each piece of dough.

Wrap the edges of the dough up and around each cube of cream cheese.

Melt 3/4 cup of butter in a small bowl in the microwave. Set aside.

Place 10 of the dough-wrapped cream cheese cubes, cheese-side-up, into the bottom of the prepared pan.

Top with half of the sugar-cinnamon mixture and half of the melted butter.

Top with the remaining dough-wrapped cream cheese cubes, cheese-side-down, and the remaining sugar mixture and butter.

Bake in the preheated oven for 40 minutes. Invert onto a serving platter and serve warm! Cover and refrigerate leftovers for up to 3 days.

I’ll be honest. I ate AT LEAST half of this thing by myself. I felt like a drug addict, eating just a few more bites, in a corner of our kitchen where nobody could see me.

Cream cheese does make everything better!!

Similar posts
  • How Useful Are Your Pumpkin Seeds?Over a century ago, American farmers noted that when their livestock munched on pumpkin seeds, they seemed to urinate more often. They weren’t the first to notice the seeds’ effects. The Iroquois had long used pumpkin seed as a diuretic, and the Cherokee gave it to children to control bed-wetting, since it seemed to help [...]
  • 4 Ingredient Camp Sangria!One of the things I hate most in life is unnecessary waste, be it money, food – and especially BOOZE. Recently, I had the good misfortune of purchasing a box of wine that had been expired for well over a year! Businesses in Somewhere have no qualms with selling expired food and booze, it seems, [...]
  • Indoor Outside S’moresA campfire with s’mores!  Wait, back to reality:  we’re making s’mores in the oven today.  With a cast iron skillet.  Oh, yes we are! I used my mini 6″ cast iron skillet, just like I would if I was using an outdoor campfire instead of my oven.  Fill it with your favorite chocolate chips (I [...]
  • Honey for Wellness and SurvivalRich, golden honey. What is not to like? Just the thought of sweet, fragrant honey and honey bees makes me think of happy times.  That, coupled with it’s long storage life  makes honey a perfect food for the survival pantry.  But did you know that honey has a myriad of other uses, including as a [...]
  • DIY Dandelion Wine  I wanted to put this recipe out before you start seeing them. I love country wines and this is as country as they come. In my opinion nothing says homemade wine quite like Dandelion Wine. This is a recipe that I have used in the past and it works out pretty well. Dandelion Wine. [...]

No Comments Yet

Join the discussion...