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Tue, Sep 03 2013 post by Amber From dessertnowdinnerlater

Cookies and Cream Monkey Bread

 Cookies and Cream Monkey Bread? Absolutely! A tasty new twist on an old favorite, try it . . . . You will LOVE it! Click here to see the full recipe

 

 This Rhodes Cookies & Cream Monkey Bread is soft & sweet with crunchy bits of cookies, and a cream cheese icing drizzle over the top. There are several food flavor combinations that just work well together.  Cookies & cream has been a lifelong favorite combo of mine & now I have one more way I can scarf it down, um, I mean eat it.  This Cookies & Cream Monkey Bread is soft & sweet with crunchy bits of cookies, & a cream cheese icing drizzle over the top.  Is your mouth watering yet?  Ok good, then I am not the only one drooling over my computer right now.

 

 

 This Rhodes Cookies & Cream Monkey Bread is soft & sweet with crunchy bits of cookies, and a cream cheese icing drizzle over the top.You can make this monkey bread & be in complete dessert heaven, or you can keep drooling over the computer screen.  It's not a hard decision to make.  You need to make this monkey bread!  So here is how you do it:

 

 

 This Rhodes Cookies & Cream Monkey Bread is soft & sweet with crunchy bits of cookies, and a cream cheese icing drizzle over the top.You need 24 Frozen Rhodes Dinner Rolls (thawed, but still cold), 1/2 cup butter (melted), 1 large box (4.2oz) Cookies N' Creme pudding mix, 12 crushed chocolate sandwich cookies (crush cookies in a food processor), & 1/2 cup white chocolate chips.

 


 This Rhodes Cookies & Cream Monkey Bread is soft & sweet with crunchy bits of cookies, and a cream cheese icing drizzle over the top. Thoroughly spray the inside of a bundt pan. Sprinkle 1/3 of the crushed cookies on the bottom.  This will make the top of the monkey bread pretty once it is inverted.

 


This Rhodes Cookies & Cream Monkey Bread is soft & sweet with crunchy bits of cookies, and a cream cheese icing drizzle over the top. Cut each roll in half & coat in the butter.

 


This Rhodes Cookies & Cream Monkey Bread is soft & sweet with crunchy bits of cookies, and a cream cheese icing drizzle over the top.Place half of the remaining crushed cookies into your dry pudding mix.  Stir it up.  Then dredge each buttery dinner roll piece into the pudding & cookie mixture.

 


 This Rhodes Cookies & Cream Monkey Bread is soft & sweet with crunchy bits of cookies, and a cream cheese icing drizzle over the top.Stagger coated rolls in the pan.  Once you have about half the rolls in there, sprinkle in the majority of your white chocolate chips, saving a few for the top (which will be the bottom after it is inverted.)

 


 This Rhodes Cookies & Cream Monkey Bread is soft & sweet with crunchy bits of cookies, and a cream cheese icing drizzle over the top.Repeat process with the other half of the rolls, & top with the remaining cookie crumbs & white chocolate chips.  Spray a piece of plastic wrap & cover the pan.  Allow to rise until double in size or it reaches the top of the pan.

 

 

This Rhodes Cookies & Cream Monkey Bread is soft & sweet with crunchy bits of cookies, and a cream cheese icing drizzle over the top.Bake at 350?F for 25-35 minutes until the bread is browned.  For the cream cheese icing: blend 3oz cream cheese, 2 Tbsp butter, 2/3 cup powdered sugar, 1/4 tsp vanilla & 1-3 Tbsp milk (depending on desired consistency.)  Put icing in a plastic bag, cut off the corner & decorate the top of the warm monkey bread.


 

This Rhodes Cookies & Cream Monkey Bread is soft & sweet with crunchy bits of cookies, and a cream cheese icing drizzle over the top.Enjoy while still warm!


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Cookies and Cream Monkey Bread

Servings: 12 | Skills: Beginning | Prep Time: 30 min (not including thaw time) | Bake Time: 30 min

Cookies and Cream Monkey Bread
4.3 / 5  (11 votes, 6 reviews )

Ingredients

24 Frozen Rhodes Dinner Rolls (thawed, but still cold)
1/2 cup butter (melted)
1 large box (4.2oz) Cookies N' Creme pudding mix
12 crushed chocolate sandwich cookies (crush cookies in a food processor)
1/2 cup white chocolate chips

Instructions

Thoroughly spray the inside of a bundt pan. Sprinkle 1/3 of the crushed cookies on the bottom.
Cut each roll in half & coat in the butter.
Place half of the remaining crushed cookies into your dry pudding mix. Stir it up. Then dredge each buttery dinner roll piece into the pudding & cookie mixture.
Stagger coated rolls in the pan. Once you have about half the rolls in there, sprinkle in the majority of your white chocolate chips, saving a few for the top (which will be the bottom after it is inverted.)
Repeat process with the other half of the rolls, & top with the remaining cookie crumbs & white chocolate chips. Spray a piece of plastic wrap & cover the pan. Allow to rise until double in size or it reaches the top of the pan.
Bake at 350 for 25-35 minutes until the bread is browned.  
For the cream cheese icing: blend 3 oz cream cheese, 2 tablespoons butter, 2/3 cup powdered sugar, 1/4 tsp vanilla & 1-3 tablespoons milk (depending on desired consistency.) Put icing in a plastic bag, cut off the corner & decorate the top of the warm monkey bread.

6 Comments

Kathleen said on Sep 07, 2013
Every time I look at your site, I feel my belt get tighter! These look so yummy. My kids and grandkids will love them.
Emily DeBry said on Sep 09, 2013
Wow looks amazing and delicious. I love Rhodes Rolls or anything they make so this looks divine!
Kylie said on Sep 09, 2013
Oh myyyyyy. That looks so good! So creative. :)
Aimee @ Like Mother Like Daughter said on Sep 09, 2013
Mmm. I love monkey bread so much. But the combo of monkey bread and cookies and cream? I'm sold. This looks amazing and I can't wait to try it next time I buy rhodes rolls. Yum!
Yvonne said on Sep 09, 2013
Who knew?? I love cookies and cream anything - it's my fav ice cream flavor! I bet in this monkey bread version it will be delicious!
Renee said on Oct 22, 2016
What would happen if you were to make the pudding and then coat each piece in that? Would it make a goofier consistency? Or would it make it impossible for the bread to stay all together?
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