Thu, Nov 03 2016 post by Kristen Swain From creativemeinspiredyou

Easy Oreo Monekybread

The crumbled cookies are perfect for rolling the dough balls in, and create a chocolatey topping that is so yummy. And it really is one of those desserts that tastes just amazing, but lo...

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Since my Middle School Home Ec. class, I've known about Monkey Bread. I don't think I've made it more then a couple times since then though. But I'm always looking for a show stopper kind of dessert, you know, the kind that you remove your tupperware lid from and everyone gasps or ohhs and ahhs over.  Monkey bread is a pretty simple concept, dough rolled in cinnamon sugar, pour around a little butter and bake. Not hard at all for the kids to learn, and I know lots of friends who still make it for their kids, especially because it's such a quick to make dessert. Again, another dish that I wanted to show my kids in our baking lessons. So I decided to add a little pizzazz, a little showboating, with adding Oreos to the cake. You will use the center filling of the oreos to add to the center of the balls of dough, so that each bite is ooey and gooey. The crumbled cookies are perfect for rolling the dough balls in, and create a chocolatey topping that is so yummy.  And it really is one of those desserts that tastes just amazing, but looks amazing too. And it's not hard to make it pretty either, so I'm pretty excited to share this tutorial with you today, and give you the chance to make something that looks super impressive, but is pretty easy to make. Remember to get the kids involved with making this!

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Ingredients-

1 bag of Rhodes Bake N Serv Dinner Rolls

1 package of double stuffed Oreos or sandwich cookies

1 cup premade vanilla icing

1/3 cup butter-melted

two gallon zipper plastic baggies

rolling pin

cooking spray

bundt cake pan

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First, thaw out 1 package of Rhodes Bake N Serv Dinner Rolls.

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Reserve 9 sandwich cookies ( and crush them for topping the cake).

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Remove the filling from each sandwich cookie, pulling the two cookies apart and using a butter knife to scrape the filling off into a separate bowl.

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Place the empty cookies into one of the gallon ziploc baggies. Use a rolling pin to crush over the cookies, making them as fine as possible.

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Cut each thawed roll in half, and using your fingers, mush the half ball into a flattened circle.

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 Add one whole filling to the center of about 5 pieces of dough, these will be your cake top, the rest of the balls of dough should be filled with the cream centers cut in half. Roll the dough up into a ball, keeping the oreo filling in the center of the dough. You will add the rest of the cookie fillings to the rest of the halved balls of dough.

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Dunk each ball of dough into the melted butter.

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Immediately move the dough from the butter into the bag filled with the crushed cookies. Roll the ball around and coat it well.

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Place the dough balls into the bottom of a cookie spray coated bundt cake pan.

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Continue filling, rolling, and dipping the dough balls until the pan is filled, you can add some of the plain crumbs to the top of the pan.

Allow the dough to rest and begin rising for 30 minutes.

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Bake at 400 degrees about 25-30 minutes until the bread looks golden brown.

Allow to rest for 10 minutes. Then invert onto plate and cool.

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Use a gallon ziploc baggie and add the canned vanilla frosting to the baggie. Mush the frosting into one corner and cut off the tip of the bag, smaller is better.

Use the bag to squeeze out lines of frosting over the cake, working from inside to outside of the cake.

While the frosting is still wet, sprinkle on the crushed reserved oreo cookies and any additional crumbs to decorate the cake.

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Serves
16 to 20 people.

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Enjoy!

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kris

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Easy Oreo Monkeybread

Servings: 16-20 | Skills: Beginning | Prep Time: 25 min (not including thaw time) | Bake Time: 25-30 min

Easy Oreo Monkeybread
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Ingredients

1 bag of Rhodes Bake N Serv Dinner Rolls
1 package of double stuffed Oreos or sandwich cookies
1 cup premade vanilla icing
1/3 cup butter-melted
two gallon zipper plastic baggies
rolling pin
cooking spray
bundt cake pan

Instructions

1. Thaw Rhodes Bake N Serv Dinner Rolls out. reserve 9 cookies and crush for topping the cake.
2. Remove sandwich cream centers and add the cookies to a baggie, crush the cookies.
3. Cut the rolls in half, mush into circle, then add the cookie filling centers to the dough, roll into a ball, dip into melted butter, then into crushed cookie.
4. Spray bundt cake pan with cooking spray, then fill with the dough balls.
5. Once all the balls are filled, allow to rise for 30 minutes.
6. Bake at 400 degrees for 25-30 minutes until dough is golden brown.
7. Allow to coll 10 minutes, invert onto plate and finish cooking.
8. Add premade frosting to gallon zipper bag, then cut off corner of baggie to decorate cake.
9. Add reserved cookies and crumbs to top of the cake while frosting is still moist.

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gucci replica said on Jan 14, 2017
Cut the rolls in half, mush into circle, then add the cookie filling centers to the dough, roll into a ball, dip into melted butter, then into crushed cookie.
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