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Monkey Bread Mold
Monkey Bread Mold : Taller than a standard Bundt pan for an appealing presentation, this foolproof mold turns out hot, cinnamon-sweet, pull-apart monkey bread every time. Crafted of scratch-resistant glazed stoneware, the 2-quart mold releases and cleans up easily. Dark red with tan trim. Gift box and recipes included. Product Features Model: 5080 Dark red glazed stoneware with tan trim Center column for even baking Scratch- and stick-resistant for easy release and cleanup Lead-free 4-color gift box and recipes
I bought this bowl as a gift and it was just what I was looking for. I had seen other Monkey Bread Molds in stores but they were flimsy and cheap looking. When this bowl arrived I was glad to see it was of such nice quality. The coloring is very rich and it had the look of something that can be passed down through generations. I also liked that the box included several recipes for Monkey bread. The only wish that I had was that it would have been nice if it were a little wider. Other than that, I was very pleased with this product.
I purchased as a gift for my dad... who is hard to shop for... but when I saw it I knew he would love it as monkey bread is his fav... He was totally thrilled with it, ease of use, beautiful results and total uniqueness. (none of his friends have one..lol). It's a great for someone who has everything..
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Review 5 for Monkey Bread Mold
Monkey Bread Mold Makes Yummy Bread
PostedMarch 12, 2009
I just got my monkey bread mold last week. Very pretty and makes a beautiful, delicious batch of Monkey Bread. The bread slid out onto the platter with no sticking and was so delicious that when I took it to potluck at church it was totally gone in 15 minutes! There were people lined up single file waiting to get some monkey bread until it ran out.
I only have one major reservation about the mold which is why I gave it 4 stars instead of 5. It is fairly heavy and trying to hang on to a HOT slick cereamic mold while turning it upside down to dump the bread onto a platter is trying. It should have been designed with a couple of small handles (one on each side) to hold on to. However, I still love the way it looks and the delicious bread it turns out.
It comes with 5 recipes, 3 of which are made with refrigerated biscuits and 2 of which are made from yeast bread you bake from scratch. I made the from scratch one called Gourmet Chef's Monkey Bread which tastes very similar to cinnamon rolls since it uses butter, brown sugar and cinnamon as a coating for the dough balls. I also drizzled a cream cheese frosting over the bread after it came out of the mold.
Since it is ceramic you cannot put it in a preheated oven as it could break. The instructions say to start in a cold oven and bake 30-45 minutes and I think it would be difficult for someone to judge when it's done unless they use a thermometer (which I did--190 to 195 F).