I never had pull apart bread before I made this recipe. I didn’t know it existed. So, when I saw this three ingredient monkey bread recipe, I was excited to make and try something I’ve never had before!
Monkey bread is an incredibly easy recipe that is perfect to make for gatherings and events! Plus, kids love to eat it! The pull apart pieces and the Oreo flavor are very kid friendly!
Oreo Pull Apart Bread
First, you’ll need to assemble your ingredients.
3 packages (8 or 10 biscuits in each) of refrigerated buttermilk biscuits
24-30 Oreo cookies, cut into quarters
16 (give or take) crushed Oreo cookies
1/2 cup melted butter
The original recipe didn’t have the Oreos inside, but I decided that the recipe definitely needed it. The Oreos inside the individual pieces really seals the deal! Also, I used a food processor to crush the Oreo cookies and it worked wonderfully!
1. Preheat oven to 350F degrees and grease a bundt pan.
2. Cut the biscuits into quarters. Flatten the quarter piece of biscuit and wrap around a quarter piece of Oreo. Coat the ball with cookie crumbles. Arrange half of the biscuit pieces in the bottom of the bundt pan, pour half the butter on top, then add the rest of the biscuit pieces. Pour the rest of the butter in the pan and sprinkle crumbled cookies pieces on top.
3. Bake for 35 minutes. Let cool for ten minutes in the pan before removing from pan.
4. Place on a plate and pour some powdered sugar glaze over top it. Enjoy!
Bake the monkey bread until it’s golden brown with no “white” showing. This will ensure that the bread is crispy on the outside and soft and gooey on the inside.
My trusty taste testers said that this recipe is excellent! The Oreo on the inside really adds to the taste of the dessert and the pull apart pieces are very fun to eat. Plus, this recipe is easy to serve.
Adding the glaze on top of the monkey bread is the perfect addition to a sweet dessert!
I give the recipe a 7.9/10. The recipe is delicious, however, there’s still a lot of room for improvement and alterations. This recipe is great to build upon, so go wild!
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