How to Catch a Medical Student 101. (Monkey Bread.)

Well, look at that, I’m out of the country again. More apologies for tech issues and slow responses, etc. I promise I’ll be back in the country and on the web in September!

It’s much easier than you might think to catch a medical student. Warm up. Flex your fingers a little. Take a deep breath. Set a hot pan of monkey bread in front of them. Back up so you don’t get stampeded. You will collect a large herd of medical students.

I made breakfast for my small group every Friday for an entire semester. I made peach muffins with brown sugar cream cheese frosting, cinnamon roll bread, blueberry crumb cake, sour cream muffins, coconut cake and peanut butter cookies. It didn’t matter how much work I put into anything, it was never as popular as monkey bread. Seriously? Monkey bread?

Yes. Monkey bread.

Notes: Make this. The end. 
Monkey Bread
Adapted from The Pioneer Woman.
Allow an hour. Makes one 13″x9″ pan. 

3 cans refrigerator biscuits
1 cup sugar
1 1/2 tablespoons cinnamon
2/3 cup brown sugar
1 cup butter
1) Preheat oven to 350. 
2) Cut each biscuit into quarters. Mix sugar and cinnamon together in a large bowl. Toss biscuits quarters in cinnamon sugar mixture. 
3) Microwave butter and brown sugar until melted. Stir together well. 
4) Spread cinnamon biscuit quarters in 13″x9″ pan, drizzle butter and brown sugar mixture over the top.*
5) Bake in oven for 35-40 minutes, or until top is well browned and biscuits are cooked through. 
*Yes, this is a lot of butter. Use it all. 
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