Pizza Monkey Bread

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I had about a half a bag of Rhodes rolls in the freezer and decided I would try making pizza monkey bread.  I’ve seen it all over food blogs and Pinterest and I knew it would be a hit with my kids.  Especially since they are so ‘anti-sauce’.  Weird, I know.
Any dough would work really. You could use biscuits, homemade pizza dough, store bought dough, or any thawed frozen bread dough.  I love a versatile recipe!  I took my frozen rolls and stuck them in the fridge the morning I was going to make them.  That afternoon, I pulled them out and cut them in half.  After we got back from karate, the girls and I took the pieces of dough, flattened them out into small circles, and placed cheese in the middle.  I cut up a variety of cheese sticks I had, so we had mozzarella, colby jack, monterey, and cheddar.  What can I say, we like cheese.  I cut them into about 1 inch pieces.  We also added some mini turkey pepperonis to some of them.  
After adding your cheese/pepperoni, just seal the dough around the filling, making little balls of cheese-y goodness.
I sprayed a bundt pan with cooking spray, then added a layer of cheese filled dough balls.  Then I lightly sprayed them with olive oil and sprinkled on a little garlic powder.  Then we added the next layer, spraying with olive oil again and adding a little more garlic powder.  Then I sprinkled on some oregano.  After using all the dough (which only ended up being about a half a pan), I baked it up until golden brown…
The kids enjoyed this….
Cheese please!
You can also warm up some pizza sauce on the side for dipping.
I will definitely be making this again!
I’m linking up today with It’s a Blog Party, All the Small Stuff, 33 Shades of Green, Blessed with Grace, From Mess Hall to BistroEat at Home (Ingredient Spotlight – frozen rolls/bread dough)

9 thoughts on “Pizza Monkey Bread

  1. DELICIOUS! you made me buy Rhodes frozen roll dough for the first time just to try this recipe out. I will keep buying this type of dough for sure. Thank you

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