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Pull-Apart Honey-Pecan Coffee Cake


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Rating: 5
by: Denise, WI Reviewed: 03/12/2012
holy yummy batman!
This was SOOO good and the only change I made was pan size/type. I split the pieces into 2 standard bundt pans and baked 45 minutes rather than the 55. I will definately make this again.
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Rating: 3
by: ML, KS Reviewed: 03/02/2012
Oops!
Followed this time-consuming recipe to the letter, but discovered after baking that the dough pieces were too big and were still 'doughy' after alloted baking time was up. Sorry, but the old stand-by 'Monkey Bread' is easier and yummier because the canned biscuits, when cut into 1/4s are better baking size!
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Rating: 5
by: Ralph, TX Reviewed: 10/08/2011
Time saving cheat
This is a great recipe, but a time saving cheat is to use a frozen bread dough thawed out instead of by scratch.
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Rating: 5
by: Micki, FL Reviewed: 10/08/2011
YEP, THIS IS MONKEY BREAD!
This is a version of Monkey Bread. I too, make this with frozen Buttermilk Biscuits. So much easier than messing about with yeast, rising, waiting, etc. The end result is wonderful with using already made frozen biscuits. Just use 6 frozen biscuits, cutting them in quarters (4 pieces each). Follow the rest of the recipe in assembling the coffee cake and you have a wonderful treat to serve for breakfast.
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Rating: 2
by: MAry, TX Reviewed: 10/07/2011
I make a coffee cake like this but instead of making the put the nuts on the bottom of the pan. The dough goes in next. Next take a stick of unsalted butter and intersperse small slices of the butter throughout. Sprinkle a package of butterscotch pudding mix (cooked kind)over the bread dough and the butter. Cover the pan (I use a bundt pan) and let sit overnight. Bake until golden brown about an hour. Cool 5-10 mins and enjoy.
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Rating: 5
by: Susie Reviewed: 02/22/2011
Follow the recipe
This is a wonderful recipe. I've made this several times. It takes a lot of time (so plan well in advance) and everyone will love it! Follow the recipe and skip any partially hydrogenated oils that come with processed foods.
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Rating: 5
by: Lucille, VA Reviewed: 07/15/2009
Is this "Monkey Bread"?
This recipe sounds super, but seems to be what I have been making for years called "Monkey Bread". The same result but using the cheap buttermilk biscuits that come 4 in a pack. No mixing, no rising. Just cut each biscut into 4, dip in butter and sugar, and proceed from there. Results are super! Can be done before breakfast and served with breakfast. So easy!
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