Making Monkey Bread with biscuits is the way to go, and we're adding chocolate chip cookie dough to make it decadent!
Who doesn't love Monkey Bread? When you need to bring food to an event, this is the dessert you want to bring! Warning: it will disappear in no time!
You know how you swear you're going to make something homemade and then life gets away from you? You really can find time to make this by using canned biscuits and prepared cookie dough, and it will turn out beautifully every single time.
It's the perfect dessert for a school party or a neighborhood gathering. Serve it warm if you can!
Everyone loves chocolate chips, which is why some of my most popular recipes are made with those deliciously rich little morsels. From this best chocolate chip pecan cookie recipe to these peanut butter chocolate chip cookies (actually Weight Watchers friendly!) to these double chocolate chip cookies and even mousse filled chocolate chip cookie cups, those chocolate chips are what everyone seems to be looking for!
If you're looking for more Monkey Bread recipes, we've got that, too. Scroll down to the bottom for more!
Ingredients for Easy Monkey Bread Recipe
How to Make Monkey Bread with Biscuits
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Monkey Bread
- 2 16 oz cans of homestyle biscuits
- ⅓ cup sugar
- ⅓ cup brown sugar for the dry mix
- ½ cup brown sugar for the glaze
- ¼ cup of butter
- 1 package of Chocolate chip cookie dough
- Pam spray
- Bundt Pan
- Preheat your oven to 350 degrees
- Spray a bundt pan with non-stick spray.
- Set aside.
- Open the cans of biscuits.
- Cut each individual biscuit in quarters
- Set aside
- Open your package of cookie dough and cut each square into halves
- Lightly flatten one of your biscuit quarters and add your piece of cookie dough in the center
- Pinch all edges to close and roll in your hands to form a ball
- Set to the side each one as you do them until all are completed
- Using a ziplock bag add the sugar and brown sugar, mix to combine
- Add 5-7 of the rolled biscuits into the ziplock bag and shake to coat each ball in the sugar mix
- Begin to add the dough balls into prepared pan
- Repeat until you've added them all in the pan
- In a small sauce pan add your butter and brown sugar heat on medium heat until melted- stirring often
- Pour your melted glaze all over your dough balls evenly
- Bake for 15-20 minutes or until golden and set.
- Let cool in the pan for about 10 minutes then flip out onto a plate and enjoy!