At the Table

Sweet Tooth Wednesdays

On some days I have an extra sweet tooth, and my roommate has an extra extra sweet tooth. Well that day was yesterday. I first got the idea from a friend on Instagram and was immediately drawn to the idea of creating it. So I went on pinterest and searched through recipes as well as alternatives of making this special snack. To my surprise there was a much easier way that didn’t require much preparation (if any at all). Hmm, itching to know what I’m talking about?

Monkey Bread

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This is before the yummyness.  All you need are four ingredients!
–   Grands buttermilk biscuits
– Cinnamon
– Sugar (Brown & White)
– Butter
It’s so simple. First I cut the biscuit pieces into quarters; then I coated them in a large bowl with a white sugar and cinnamon mixture. After, I melted some butter, mixed in some brown sugar. Arranged the coated biscuit pieces in a lightly greased pan then poured the butter mixture over it. Baked it until it was brown and the biscuits were cooked and bam deliciousness. What I also loved about this ‘Monkey Bread’ was the cinnamon and the wonderful smell my apartment had while it was baking.

Monkey Bread

However, that wasn’t all! Since my roommate isn’t a huge fan of cinnamon, and she had a sweet tooth as well, I decided to make Banana Bread.

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This Banana bread is super moist and delicious because I put in about 2 scoops of Greek Yogurt! It was also possible because I happened to have a few very ripe bananas on hand. Recipes can be found on pinterest or you can check out this one: http://www.simplyrecipes.com/recipes/banana_bread/
Mine wasn’t as brown as the one in the recipe because I used half brown and half white sugar. Also, I added cinnamon and nutmeg if i had grated coconut I would have added that as well. Banana Bread is like my specialty! Muffins aren’t! If y’all saw my last post.

Hint to my next kitchen adventure: it’s gonna be bananas! B-A-N-A-N-A-S!

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