Cheesy monkey bread is a classic pull-a-part treat!
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Recipe: Cheesy Monkey Bread

Cheesy monkey bread is a classic pull-a-part treat!

Cheesy monkey bread – the perfect pull-a-part treat. It’s delicious and fluffy right out of the oven, and a super-duper snack for lunches, or a potluck. I used a lot of cheese (who doesn’t love cheese!) and it turned out so well. Okay, let’s bake up.

Ingredients

  • 20 frozen dinner rolls
  • 4 tablespoons of melted butter
  • 200g of yellow cheddar cheese
  • 100g of old cheddar cheese

First, you want to use the frozen dinner rolls that aren’t baked up – the bag usually has exactly 20 in it – and no, they’re not gluten free. This recipe is made with gluten, sadly.

Once you’ve got your dinner rolls, spray a bundt or angle food cake pan and dump in the rolls. Then, pour over the melted butter. Lastly, top with the various cheese.

Cheesy monkey bread is a classic pull-a-part treat!

Then, let it sit for 8 hours or over night in a cool and dry place. I know what you’re probably thinking – but there’s cheese! It’ll be totally find. The cold buns defrost and the cheese is a-okay at room temperature for 4 hours (but it is kept cold for a handful of hours while the buns defrost).

Once the time has past, set the oven to 350 and bake for 25-35 minutes. I did mine for 33, just like the traditional monkey bread.

Cheesy monkey bread is a classic pull-a-part treat!

Done! Flip out and eat up.

Cheesy monkey bread is a classic pull-a-part treat!

The edges are the best part, or so I’ve heard! Look how crispy they look?! So cheesy.

Cheesy monkey bread is a classic pull-a-part treat!
Cheesy monkey bread is a classic pull-a-part treat!

Well, there you have it – some fluffy and tasty cheesy monkey bread. Bake up and enjoy.

Cheesy monkey bread is a classic pull-a-part treat!
Cheesy monkey bread is a classic pull-a-part treat!

Pull-a-part and eat up. It keeps well for 3-4 days in an airtight container, yet I doubt it’ll last that long! I haven’t made this in smaller batches yet (like with 5 rolls), but it’s on my list to try. I wonder if it’ll still work out. First, I’ll need to find a mini bundt pan. I bet they’d look so cute!

Cheesy monkey bread is a classic pull-a-part treat!

Thanks so much for stopping by – I hope to see you again soon. Happy baking.

Cheesy Monkey Bread

Author: Ali
Servings: 20 rolls
Cheesy monkey bread – the perfect pull-a-part treat. It’s delicious and fluffy right out of the oven, and a super-duper snack for lunches, or a potluck. I used a lot of cheese (who doesn’t love cheese!) and it turned out so well. Okay, let’s bake up.
Prep Time8 hours 15 minutes
Cook Time35 minutes
CourseSide Dish
CuisineAmerican

Ingredients

  • 20 frozen dinner rolls
  • 4 tablespoons of melted butter
  • 200 grams of yellow cheddar cheese
  • 100 grams of old cheddar cheese

Instructions

  • First, you want to use the frozen dinner rolls that aren’t baked up – the bag usually has exactly 20 in it – and no, they’re not gluten free.
  • Once you’ve got your dinner rolls, spray a bundt or angle food cake pan and dump in the rolls.
  • Then, pour over the melted butter. Lastly, top with the various cheese.
  • Then, let it sit for 8 hours or over night in a cool and dry place. I know what you’re probably thinking – but there’s cheese! It’ll be totally find. The cold buns defrost and the cheese is a-okay at room temperature for 4 hours (but it is kept cold for a handful of hours while the buns defrost).
  • Once the time has past, set the oven to 350 and bake for 25-35 minutes. I did mine for 33, just like the traditional monkey bread.
  • Done! Flip out and eat up.

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