Sunday brunch is definitely one of our favorite meals. After a week of healthy eating, we love to splurge over this meal. This particular recipe satisfies exactly what we are looking for on the brunch menu: indulgent, ooey, gooey, sweet, sticky and fun to eat! We added an exotic flavor twist to the always fun to eat monkey bread by adding in rose and cardamom. Your friends and family will love this special treat and think you spent hours making it!
- Instant pot
- 2 cans Pillsbury Southern Homestyle Buttermilk 5 Count 10.2 oz
- ½ stick butter
- ½ cup white sugar
- ¼ cup brown sugar
- 1 ½ teaspoons cinnamon
- ¼ cup rose water
- ½ teaspoon cardamom powder
- Kitchen scissors http://amzn.to/2HQhkSq
- Foil sling
- Large plate
- Oven mitts http://amzn.to/2E2xMAQ
- Instant Pot compatible bundt pan http://amzn.to/2pwRpI6
- Trivet that comes with the Instant Pot
- Gallon size plastic zipper bag
- 1 ½ cup powdered sugar
- 3-4 tablespoons milk or water
- Using the kitchen scissors, cut each biscuit into 4 pieces and set aside
- Place all of the biscuit pieces inside of the plastic zipper bag
- Into the bag, add the cinnamon, cardamom and white sugar
- Shake up the biscuit pieces in the bag to coat well
- Melt the butter and mix in the brown sugar-stir until completely dissolved
- Add in the rose water to the brown sugar mixture and mix well
- Layer half of the biscuit pieces into the bundt pan
- Pour half of the brown sugar mixture over the biscuit pieces
- Repeat this process
- Cover the bundt pan with the piece of foil
- Place the trivet inside the Instant Pot
- Pour about 1 cup of water into the pot
- Place the foil sling under the bundt pan and place on top of the trivet
- Close and lock the lid on the Instant Pot
- Turn the vent to sealing to prevent steam from escaping
- Press MANUAL on the Instant Pot (high pressure)
- Set timer to 25 minutes
- Once the timer goes off turn the vent on top of the lid to venting to release the pressure
- Press CANCEL on the Instant Pot
- Carefully open the lid
- Carefully remove the bundt pan using the foil sling
- Remove the foil from the bundt pan
- Using a large plate and oven mitts, carefully turn over the bundt pan onto the plate to remove the monkey bread
- You may now enjoy your monkey bread as is or add a glaze for even more indulgence
- For the glaze: Place the powdered sugar in a bowl and slowly stir in the milk a little bit at a time to get a smooth glaze
- Using a spoon, drizzle the glaze over the monkey bread
- Enjoy pulling apart the monkey bread with your fingers!
You can serve the monkey bread directly from the bundt pan if you do not want to turn it over onto a plate.
Serve for breakfast, brunch or even dessert with a scoop of ice cream.
Come up with your own flavor profiles if you do not want to use rose and cardamom.
You can use caramel, cinnamon, chocolate, nuts, etc.
You can make this using vegan biscuits and substitute coconut oil for the butter.