Right now I’m extremely hyper, probably due to the fact that I have consumed an obscene amount of sugar today and just finished a run around the neighborhood. I can literally feel the adrenaline shooting through my veins. I’m just waiting for the moment I crash after my sugar high…
Ok, I know this list item is sort of random, but after failing at making monkey bread way back when I was seven, I have promised myself that I would someday conquer this supposedly simple recipe. Which, if you didn’t guess, is what I did today. You should know that not only did I conquer the recipe, I dominated it. My senses are tingling from the heavenly aroma wafting from the kitchen and my taste buds are crying at the mere thought of tasting a bite of the warm gooey treat waiting for them. This is a once every five years kind of dessert, it’s that rich and tempting. But every bite is worth the calories, especially when it’s so simple and easy to make. My seven-year old self remembers it being much harder, but I suppose my culinary experience has broadened since then. Anyway if your interested in tasting a bit of heaven I have supplied the recipe I used to make this tantalizing treat. I’m sure you could make it completely homemade, but I cheated and used already made dough.
1 cup firmly packed brown sugar
3/4 cup butter or margarine, melted
1/2 cup granulated sugar
1 teaspoon cinnamon
2 cans Pillsbury® Grands refrigerated buttermilk biscuits