Saturday, September 19, 2009

Vegan Monkey-Bread

Scout had a sleepover so I made Monkey Bread for breakfast...

Mom used to make Monkey Bread for family get together mornings - but I don't have her recipe - I just used a basic bread dough from my no-knead-bread post:

2 cups of bread flour
2 T sugar
1 T powdered soy milk
1 tsp. salt
1 tsp yeast
1 cup warm water
1 T canola oil

Mix and let rest 20 - 30 minutes.
...then I mixed about 1/2 cup of turbinado sugar with about 1 teaspoon of cinnamon and melted some Earth Balance - then I scooped off a spoonful of dough and dredged it first in the Earth Balance and then in the Sugar/Cinnamon and laid it in the beautiful Pound Cake Pan that Karen gave me (I greased it with some Earth Balance first) - Let rise about 20 - 30 minutes and bake in a 350 degree oven for 30 - 40 minutes.
This is what it looked like before it went into the oven...
...and after it came out all gorgeous and bubbly...
...Just invert the hot pan onto a plate...
...to reveal the gooey yumminess...
...and be very careful that your 'monkeys' don't burn their fingers trying to pull the bread apart...

9 comments:

  1. Mmmmm, monkey bread! I haven't had that since high school, it was one of the things we learned to make in our home ec class, except me used a box mix. I'm totally going to try your recipe, thanks for posting :)

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  2. yuummmm - definitely not ETL!!! i think the vegan crescent rolls would work if you wanted to skip the dough-making...

    love, k

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  3. Oh yes, that looks really good. I am going to make that for sure!

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  4. Very good substitute for my recipe. We use canned biscuits cut in fourths. Rest is about the same. MOM

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  5. uummmmm! this looks so yummy!

    i will try it! how long do you bake them? at what temp? thanks. :)

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  6. my kids would love that!

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  7. ooh! Sweet monkey bread! My mom always makes monkey bread for Thanksgiving, but it's like dinner roll monkey bread and not sweet! I'll have to try this "new" version. :)

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  8. This looks yummy! Where did you find powdered soy milk? How long did you bake and at what temp.

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  9. yum this looks like a nice winter dessert treat.

    I have been so slack with baking lately.

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