Caramel Apple Monkey Bread

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By Iona Ellison.

If you love monkey bread and you love caramel apples, then this caramel apple monkey bread is right up your ally. It is so delicious and really easy to make.

The reason I like the caramel apple monkey bread is because it’s sweet and fluffy; it’s just really good. In this recipe I made little changes, like instead of using three apples I used four, because that tart taste kind of settles down the sweetness.

Below are the ingredients and the process to make the monkey bread. ENJOY.


4 Granny Smith Apples

1 1/4 Tbsp. of flour

1/2 cup of Caramel Sauce

18-20 Buttermilk Biscuits

1 cup of Butter (unsalted)

3/4 cup of Brown Sugar

1/2 cup of Granulated Sugar mixed with 1 Tbsp of Cinnamon


(1) Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Use nonstick spray to grease a Bundt pan, and then set it aside.

(2) Add the apples to a saucepan. Over medium heat, cook them until they soften, so about 7 minutes.

(3) Remove the apples from the pan. Take out the extra liquid in the pan. Stir the flour,  caramel sauce, and the apples together. Then place them in the refrigerator to cool.

(4) Cut each biscuit in half and flatten each piece. Then scoop some of the caramel apple mixture into the center of each piece and press the biscuit closed around it.

(5) Sprinkle the cinnamon and sugar mixture onto each piece and place them in the greased pan.

(6) Using the same saucepan you cooked the apples in, add in the butter and the brown sugar and cook them together over medium heat until everything melts together.

(7) Pour the butter and brown sugar mixture over the biscuits, and bake the monkey bread for 40 minutes or until the top is a dark golden-brown.

(8) Let it sit for 10-15 minutes at room temperature before removing the monkey bread from the pan.

EAT WARM! And for added sweetness, you can try one of your favorite glazes or a cream cheese icing.



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