Gorilla Bread

Not much to add to this recipe from Paula Deen. Just make it. Yum!!! That woman has a way with a can of biscuits, doesn’t she?

I only made half of the recipe because, well, 2 people can’t/shouldn’t eat 20 of these. If you’re making half, you can still use a Bundt pan. I used a 9″ round cake pan, but I think something a bit smaller would work better. I also cut the cooking time down to 20 minutes.

The result is a warm, wonderful treat. Biscuits, cinnamon, cream cheese, brown sugar, and pecans all just crying out and begging to be eaten. And eat them we did. Hopefully, they will heat up well for a full weekend of cinnamon/cream cheese goodness.

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7 Comments

  1. jenjen August 3, 2006 Reply

    what an interesting recipe. This is going on the growing list of things to try.
    Thanks for visiting my blog!

  2. Brandi And Cayla March 16, 2007 Reply

    OMG GORILLA BREAD ROCKS!!!!!!!

  3. Linda Cambell June 15, 2007 Reply

    Brandi and Cayla are surely right. The GORILLA BREAD ROCKS!!! It is awesomely delicious and so easy to make.

  4. Crystal November 19, 2007 Reply

    My Aunt made this a few Thanksgiving’s ago, and It has become a must have every year after, I am preparing for our Thanksgiving dinner and my daughter said ” dont forget the gorilla bread”!!!! It is wonderful!!!!!!

  5. Fran Z January 2, 2008 Reply

    Ohh I made this before Christmas out of Paula’s cookbook, buy instead of wrapping the cream chesse -I “shortcutted”, and opened up the layers and spread the cream cheese between ‘em. Yep- they are good and quick!

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