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Monkey Bread Muffins: Christmas Morning Breakfast

Last year was the first Christmas my husband (then Fiancee) and I lived together and I wanted to make something fun for breakfast, rather than just pancakes and eggs (or even cereal!) so I decided to make Monkey Bread! Well, until a few days before Christmas I hadn't thought of the fact that I did not have a bundt pan... thus I decided to make Monkey Bread Muffins. They were so easy to make and really good so I decided to make them every Christmas. Now, maybe eventually when we have children I'll make a full Christmas breakfast (complete with these muffins) but for now it's just us so I can get away with junk for breakfast!
** picture/s coming soon... they're at home and I'm at work**

Monkey Bread Muffins
Ingredients
- (1) can Pillsbury Grands Buttermilk Biscuits
- (3/4 c.) butter
- (3/4 c.) sugar
- (2ish Tablespoons) cinnamon
Directions
- Preheat oven to 350 and lightly grease a muffin pan
- cut each biscuit in to 3-4 pieces and put in mixing bowl
- melt butter
- combine butter, cinnamon and sugar
- pour butter mixture over biscuit pieces and mix together, coating all biscuit pieces
- place 3-4 biscuit pieces in each muffin cup
- bake per the directions on the biscuits (generally 12-16 minutes)

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