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Monkey Bread Pizza

on August 25, 2012

So as usually I was searching online for different things that looked good and I came across this thing, this gorgeous, yummy looking thing! Monkey Bread Pizza.  So I wrote down the directions, even though I had them etched into my brain already, and bought the stuff to make it the next day. My mom was over visiting so she helped make it.

We had an assembly line going. My husband cut the dough, I filled them and my mom oiled and placed into the pan. We brought them over to eat for my nieces birthday party. They were more for us since they all had pizza to eat but we had everyone try them and it was a big hit. We made them again about a week later just for the 2 of us. We ate half in one sitting…the rest was lunch for the next day.

Here’s the recipe based off this one http://www.jasonandshawnda.com/foodiebride/archives/7195

2 – Pizza Dough’s (we bought them already made but you can use homemade if you want)

1 – Jar Mariana Sauce

1 – Block of Cheese ( we used Daiya Jack Cheese but you can use any)

1 – Package Pepperoni ( We used Yves)

1 Cup – Oil (We used my husband home-made oil recipe below)

Preheat oven to 400 and oil your bundt pan ( you can also use a 9 x 13 pan but then you will have to use half the ingredients)

First you are going to flatten the dough and slice each thing of dough into 22 pieces ( or as many as you want).

Second you are going to cut up the cheese into 44 pieces or cut into as many pieces of dough as you have.

Third you are going to take a piece of dough. Place a slice of pepperoni  into the middle of the dough add your cheese chuck and fold or pinch the dough over so you wrap the pepperoni and cheese into the dough.

Fourth oil your dough and place into the bundt pan.

Fifth once all your dough is filled, pinch, oiled and placed into pan you are going to cover your pan with scan wrap and leave on counter for 30 minutes to rise.

Sixth once 30 minutes is up place in center of oven for about 45 minutes.

Seventh take out of oven and let cool 15 minutes before turning it over onto a place.

Eight Place bowl of mariana sauce in center hole and enjoy!

Homemade Oil Recipe:

Olive Oil

Fresh Minced Garlic

Garlic and Parsley Salt

Dried Italian seasoning

Mix all together to your taste!

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