January 13th, 2012
monkey bread was one of those food items that i always looked forward to eating at my grandma’s house.
she’d have it all made up upon our arrival, just sitting on a pretty glass cake platter.
i would then proceed to sneak into the kitchen multiple times throughout our visit & pull off one delicious cinnamony-sugary bread clump after another.
needless to say, i left grandma’s house a little bit heavier & a whole lot sweeter!
now that i’m a little older, wiser, & more calorie conscious, i look for alternative ways to indulge on those beloved sweet treats.
& thanks to Cooking Light, i can now whip up this less-caloric, still scrumptious bad boy & not feel so heavy after consuming the whole portion samples.
and really who’s gonna argue with that justified attempt at healthy dessert-ing?

monkey bread was one of those food items that i always looked forward to eating at my grandma’s house.

she’d have it all made up upon our arrival, just sitting on a pretty glass cake platter.

i would then proceed to sneak into the kitchen multiple times throughout our visit & pull off one delicious cinnamony-sugary bread clump after another.

needless to say, i left grandma’s house a little bit heavier & a whole lot sweeter!

now that i’m a little older, wiser, & more calorie conscious, i look for alternative ways to indulge on those beloved sweet treats.

& thanks to Cooking Light, i can now whip up this less-caloric, still scrumptious bad boy & not feel so heavy after consuming the whole portion samples.

and really who’s gonna argue with that justified attempt at healthy dessert-ing?

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