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May 31, 2010

Pull-Apart Dessert Bread

Pull-Apart Dessert Bread

Fluted Tube Pan - aka as Bundt Pan is needed

4 - 7.5 oz Pillsbury Biscuits (cut into 4's)
1 2/3 cups Sugar
3/4 Cup Butter
2 teaspoons Cinnamon
1/4 cup chocolate chips (optional)
1 lg bag of Walnut pieces
      It is up to you how many nuts you use,
      we love the nuts in this and use the whole bag,
      but they can be eliminated altogether
      or just use less if desired.

1.  Preheat Oven to 350*
2.  Greese bottom and sides of bundt pan,
     you can use cooking spray.
3.  Sprinkle about 1/4 cup of your walnut pieces
     in bottom of pan.
4.  Combine Cinnamon and 2/3 cup sugar in large
     Ziplock Baggie
5.  Cut each biscuit into 4 pieces.  I recommend
      only opening and cutting one can at a time,
      because they start drying out as they are
      waiting to get into the sugar mixture.
6.   Drop 2 cans of biscuit pieces into
      sugar/cinnamon mixture, zip bag and
      shake to coat well.
7.   Take pieces out of bag individually and drop
       into bottom of bundt pan, drop evenly to cover
       This should cover not quite half of the pan.
8.   Sprinkle half of Walnuts and the 1/4 cup
      chocolate chips on top of biscuit pieces.
9.   Combine 1cup sugar and 3/4 cup butter in a
       small sauce pan and cook over low heat until
       butter is melted.
10.  Pour half butter/sugar mixture evenly
       over biscuits
11.  Repeat Biscuit Step #5-7    
12.  Pour remainder of butter/sugar mixture
       over last of biscuits and any nuts you
       might have leftover.
13.  Bake for 40 minutes at 350*
14.  Carefully turn upside down onto a platter. 
       Gooey stuff will drip down sides,
       so make sure your platter is bigger
       than your bundt pan.

After seeing this recipe made on Sam the Cooking Guy, my hubby Darin, talked about this dessert for several weeks.  So when my sister Bridgette BBQ'd for one of our family get togethers, Darin and I made this and everyone raved and it got devorured.  We cant wait to make another. 

I will have to post an after picture the next time we make it, because it looked so good when coming out of the oven that we completly forgot about the camera! We changed Sam's Recipe a little, most people in my family including me dont like Raisins so those didnt make it into the pan. If you do like them use about 1/4 cup and add in whenever you put the nuts. This is also known to many people as Monkey Bread.

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