A brilliantly fun breakfast for kids after a sleepover, or served as part of a brunch; a plate of warm, glistening monkey bread is nothing short of delicious. This recipe is a total breeze to put together, and it's a great one to get those sleepover kids helping with before they go and cover a floor of your home with sleeping bags, blobs of toothpaste and mismatched pajamas.
You can tinker with the ingredients if you want; using a raisin dough, or adding a handful of dried fruit between the layers of biscuit dough; and a drizzle of maple syrup or honey over the top before you set it cooking. You can use a baking parchment liner in your cooker if you want to, although it's not essential.
As a guide to quantity, do a quick headcount of how many people you're catering for when it comes to demolishing these sugar-glazed wonders; double it and then add a few more to be on the safe side. Experience tells us that when faced with something this good, everyone can manage 'just another one.'
Note: All slow cookers are a little bit different in temperature and calibration. This recipe was tested in Cooktop Cove's Test Kitchen using this slow cooker, which is available for purchase here.
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