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Mexican Monkey Bread

Mexican Monkey Bread recipe
photo by:kraft
That can of refrigerated biscuits is hoping you'll use it to make this Mexican Monkey Bread—layered with butter, jalapeño peppers and two kinds of cheese.
10 min
50 min
12 servings
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Loved this recipe!! The rest of my family thought it was way too spicy, but they are picky eaters. YUM!
My family wasn't crazy about this recipe. I love jalapenos, but there were too many in this recipe. The cheesy top was good.
this came out so good! i ended up not cutting the biscuits but it still worked out fine. i would definitely use less jalapenos, and maybe try different fillings
this was super easy and so delicious!!! I am actually making it again tonight! at first I was nervous that there wouldnt be enough of the biscuits, but it filled out very well. There can be a lot of freedom to add to this recipe with different cheeses and spices!!
I made this with chopped mild chili peppers. Next time with the hot peppers. Another idea is no peppers just use Hot pepper jack cheese. When I make spaghetti sauce I always make it with meat. So I was thinking of trying this with some meat sauce, mozzarella & maybe a little italian seasoning. How about cooked chorizo, peppers & mexican cheese. I'm going to have so much fun with this!!!
Loved it! It's fabulous! I posted pics!
A very tasty, moist bread that was enjoyed by all!
I made this to go with the Kraft Taco Bake recipe and it was an EXCELLENT companion to it! It was a little too spicy for my taste, so I think the next time I will get chopped jalapenos instead of sliced, or use less in the recipe. I think you could omit the jalapenos completely and it would still be delicious (maybe add more cheese in place of the jalapenos?). There is some prep involved because you have to cut and dip each piece of dough to make the bread, so be sure to leave yourself a little time to do that. Other than that, it was easy to make and made a great presentation, too. My company loved it.
Very good recipe! The jalapeno definitely gives it a kick :)
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