Recipes

How to Make Pizza Monkey Bread

Monkey Bread, also apparently sometimes called "pluck-it cake" (by WHOM!!) is not for those with a fear of napkins or sticky things. But for everyone else, it's a delightful treat that's particularly fun to consume in a small group for brunch or dessert.

Traditional monkey bread is very sweet, its carbohydrate building blocks affixed to each other with a thick caramel or syrup glaze (hence the need for napkins).

In recent years, however, innovative amateur chefs have deconstructed the recipe to produce savory versions of Monkey Bread, and one particular iteration worth trying is Pizza Monkey Bread.

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