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Quick Cinnamon Bread

Wow! I just realized I have doing alot of bread posts lately.  Guess I have been in bread mode.  This is a quick and simple recipe.  It will impress the kids for an afternoon snack or even breakfast idea.  I wanted a picture of it outside of the pan, but the family ate it and very fast.  I wouldn't really classify it as bread per say, but more a pull a part version.  Either way it is yummy!!
Quick Cinnamon Bread
2 (10 count) cans refrigerated biscuits
1/3 cup butter
1 1/2 teaspoons cinnamon
3/4 cup brown sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla
Cut each uncooked biscuit dough into 4 pieces and place half in a greased loaf pan.  In a saucepan add butter, cinnamon and brown sugar.  Heat to a boil.  Remove from heat and add the vanilla.  Pour some of the mixture of the biscuit pieces and then add the rest of the remaining biscuit pieces on top and pour the remaining mixture on top. 
Bake at 350 degrees for 25-30 minutes.


  1. That looks like a great treat for breakfast. Look at all of that ooey gooey yumminess!

  2. Awesome preparation.......Thanks for sharing.

  3. Oh yum!! Now that you have made me really hungry. I will go eat my millet with raisins in it. Won't even compare to your quick cinnamon bread

  4. I love this! I made it awhile ago with my daughter and it was so delicious!! Enjoy your weekend!

  5. My mom always made this...we called it monkey bread. It is delicious!

  6. This looks wonderful! I'm going to go search my fridge to see if I have biscuit dough in there. O want this right now!

  7. I made this for breakfast yesterday - so easy and we all loved it - thanks for sharing!


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