I woke up at 5:30 AM yesterday morning for some ungodly reason. As I lay in bed pondering what to do about this, I thought, bakers get up before this hour every day – so why not bake? My younger stepsisters were heading to camp around noon, so I made a Monkey Bubble Bread from my non-vintage Achilles heel cookbook – Baked Explorations.
The recipe for this fabulous breakfast treat (which is kind of like a mass of packed-together, inside-out cinnamon rolls) is already online elsewhere, so I’m not going to reproduce it here. Instead, I’ve got a kind of step-by-step photo journal. I kind of love how the light gets better and better as you scroll down…
This was my first post to read for the morning and it made me crack a smile as big as Dallas. Love the ride, thanks for taking me 🙂
PS. Raging oven-envy.
@Parsley Sage – Don’t worry, I have oven envy too; the one you saw on my blog is my stepmom’s, I’m just borrowing…and counting the days till I can get my own…
Wow this looks amazing! I absolutely love monkey bread. Yum!
Celia, what a great use of your very early morning! This looks fantastic. I’ve never had monkey bubble bread so I’m putting your recipe on my list of things to try – although I’ll probably get up a bit later to start baking! Have a great weekend.
I love the last picture! GONE! 😀
I smiled the entire way from start to finish…Brava!
Wow! I wish my oven had a “proof” setting!
Great photo sequence. There sure are a lot of steps involved in monkey bread!
Ahhhh love it! First of all, that oven is amazing! Your clock is adorable, and making monkey bread for you family at 5:30 am? Props to you for sure!! Have a great weekend 🙂
Love bubble bread! I’ve only made the kiddie version using pre made pilsbury bisquit dough. Time to do the grown up one- i’m sure its even more amazing!
I’ve been thinking about buying that cookbook – the monkey bread looks great! I love how the light changes in the pictures.
I’m a fan of the funky wall clock, the oven and this bread!
Thanks for sharing:)
p.s. hope the studying is going well!
I love this bread sooo much! I like your photo journal.. I tend to randomly wake up too early and always end up baking too much! 🙂
I would just love that for breakfast! 🙂
Can you please move into my house whilst you are studying for the bar and make stuff like this for me? Of course, over the next month or so it would involve living in Paris….
Holy YUM! I would loooove to start tearing at that yummylicious bubble bread! That sounds delicious!
looks so yummy…great recipe!
Holy smokes that looks so, so good! And perfect for those summer mornings when sleeping in becomes impossible!
WOW! GREAT pictures and so much fun…who doesn’t love Monkey bread! Clock on the wall is too cool! Congratulations for making Food Buzz Top 9
wow, so THAT’s how monkey bread is made! you make it look so easy… and at the crack of dawn. your family must’ve loved waking up to the wonderful aromas of that sweet, fluffy, gooey deliciousness!
Love it! I haven’t made Monkey Bread in YEARS!!! I forgot how glorious it is, now you’ve totally got me craving it!
What a great post. Loved going through your pictures to the final product – which incidentally looks delicious!
Heheee what a cute post. I love your clock on the wall! Bread does take a long time to make huh…. I really want to learn it one day though… nothing is better than oven baked bread. My oven is so old I don’t have the option you have. Hope to get a new oven like yours when I start making home baked bread. “Proof” option seems easier to control the dough!
Must be a good recipe – the copy of Baked Explorations I got from the library had it ripped out. Glad to find it here.
This looks like the perfect breakfast! You clock is cute – I want one!
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