This Cheesy Garlic Monkey Bread makes the perfect side dish for pasta night! If you love cheese like me, you’ll want to make this delicious pull-apart bread all the time!
Cheesy Garlic Monkey Bread
I don’t know what it is, but garlic, cheese and carbs….so good right?! A naughty recipe today, but if you are looking for a perfect side for your pasta night, I’ve got just what you need. Let’s take a look below.
How to Make The Best Monkey Bread
You are going to use Pillsbury’s Buttermilk Biscuits. Unroll them from the package and press them until about 4 inches round. Season both sides with Lawry’s Garlic Salt and press/hold cheese on both sides and transfer to a loaf pan. You’ll continue layering with cheese and biscuits until all 8 are lined up.
Drizzle with some melted butter. I mean, it is “garlic toast” and all 🙂
Beautiful. Makes me want to just eat the raw biscuits, ha!
Top with more cheese and it’s time to bake! 350 degrees F. for 18-15 minutes, until baked through.
How gorgeous is this?
Once it’s cooled enough to touch, I transfer the whole loaf to a little serving tray and let the kids pull their own pieces. They love it.
Try serving it with a side of warm pizza or marinara sauce too. So good! Enjoy!
Cheesy Garlic Monkey Bread
- 1 can buttermilk biscuits 8 refrigerated biscuits
- 1/2 tsp garlic salt Lawry's
- 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
- 1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese
- 4 tbsp unsalted butter melted
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. and lightly spray a small-regular size loaf pan with cooking spray.
- Unroll biscuits and press each biscuit to 4 inch rounds. Season each side of biscuits lightly with garlic salt and press and hold cheese onto each side of biscuit. Some falls off, just hold it together with hands and transfer it to loaf pan, standing on it's side.
- Continue stacking biscuits layered with cheese in between each layer into loaf pan. Drizzle tops with melted cheese and top with more cheese.
- Bake for 15 minutes or until golden and cooked through. Remove and let cool 5 minutes before serving. To serve, transfer to a serving plate and pull pieces of bread as needed.
Did anybody else have any issue with baking time on these? I did the 18 minutes cause 15 was not early enough. They were not even light brown then. After 18 minutes top was nice golden brown so took them out of oven and inside was all dough! Tasted top of crust and had awesome flavor but needs a lot more cooking time on these.
I I used glass loaf pan. Appreciate hearing from people that tried this and if they had same problem or not. Thanks
Had gooey issues. I even baked the biscuits for 45 minutes and still gooey in the middle. Not sure how I could have done anything different other than eliminate the butter.
Jim and Mary, yes I also had that same issue and did send a message but got no response. Top after leaving them in a lot longer finally did get light brown but inside was raw dough. The flavor was awesome on the top. Hope she can give us better info on baking time would like to try it again.
Think it means drizzle with melted butter then shredded cheese I think. It says>>> Continue stacking biscuits layered with cheese in between each layer into loaf pan. Drizzle tops with melted cheese and top with more cheese.<<<
So simple! And so cheesy!!! In a good way!
Pull apart bread is one of my current faves! YUM!
Im loving all that cheese!
This looks so simple and so delicious! I am going to have to give this a try because I am drooling ever since I saw you pour butter all over it haha
This bread looks wonderful Jenny!
holy cow!!! I am a little droopy just looking at that cheese!
This is so nice and easy!
Now this is my kind of bread! This looks amazing!
My mouth is watering over this bread recipe! I’ve got to try this soon!
Ohhh man, this is right up my alley! I always tell myself that I’m on my way to a healthier lifestyle – as long as I get to continue eating melted cheese! We don’t have the cans of dough here, but I’m sure I’ll find a substitute. Have a great week!
Wow this looks good!