Ummmm….

I’m not confused or anything. I want to tell you about an easy (monkey bread) type bread that we call ummmm. It’s called ummmm mostly because I could not think of a name and my teen called it ummmm.

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It’s not from scratch, and it’s not very healthy. It sure tastes good though. The idea for this pull apart sweet bread came from an abundance of Pillsbury Grands! in my refrigerator after a grocery sale. Not sure what to do with the 10 or maybe it was 15 cans I got free after coupons, I started getting creative. I tried using them in different ways. They worked great in chicken and dumplings, not so great when I rolled them in Parmesan cheese (BURNT!). They also freeze well, by the way.

This recipe was the hands down, gimme more winner.

Here’s the recipe.

2 cans of refrigerated biscuits (8 count) I used Pillsbury Grands!, but any brand would work fine.
Cinnamon sugar. About 1/2 to 3/4 cup.
1/3 stick of butter. Diced.

Optional ingredients

1-2 Diced apples
1/2 to 1 cup raisins
1/2 to 1 cup dried cranberries

Pre-heat oven to 350 deg.

Coat a bunt pan with baking spray. Sprinkle the bottom if the pan with cinnamon sugar.

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Open 1 can of refrigerated biscuits. With kitchen shears or a knife cut biscuits in strips and place in the baking pan.

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Once you have finished cutting the first can sprinkle the strips with cinnamon sugar (fruit if you’re adding fruit) and 1/2 of the diced butter. Open the 2nd can and repeat the strips, sugar, (fruit if you’re adding fruit) and butter.

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Bake for about 45 min or until top is toasty and if you poke the ummmm it’s not mushy.

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Remove from oven, cool and enjoy!

A little slice of heaven.

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An Ummmm Thief!

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