Monkey Bread

Monkey bread — sounds funny, eh? If you like bananas as much as A-Tooch, though, you’ll know the term “monkey” in food reference usually means BANANAS :)

I scooped this box up at the new (massive) Target that opened in Harlem. All you need is a bunch of butter and water. I used a cupcake tin and dropped heaping portions of the monkey bread into each spot. Topped with melted butter and brown sugar (provided), and baked for about 30 minutes.

Gave it the usual WBR test (workplace, boyfriend, roommate) and all approved. Oh yes, and so did I. Consumed 3.5 of these puppies in the past 24 hours … and counting …

Monkey bread is a delicious alternative to the everyday blueberry muffins and (gasp) cupcakes.

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