Whether you call it monkey bread or pull-apart bread, these grabbable, doughy bites are intensely mouthwatering. Every ball in the dessert ring is packed with marshmallowy, chocolatey, graham crackery goodness. Best of all, prepping is so easy, you can gather the kids and grandkids for a family baking party.
There are so many delicious pull-apart bread options — like sweet cinnamon pull-apart bread or savory garlic pull-apart bread — but if you're a chocoholic, then s'mores pull-apart bread is the one for you. It's all the fun of everyone's favorite campfire treat without the wait, because who has time to make sure their marshmallow is perfectly toasted? We want our dessert, and we want it now!
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— A Bundt pan
— Pre-made biscuit dough
— Mini marshmallows
— Chocolate bars
— Crushed graham crackers
Step 1: Cut each biscuit into four pieces by halving it and then cutting the halves in half.
Step 2: Stretch each quarter piece until it's roughly the size of your palm.
Step 3: Place chocolate and mini marshmallows in the middle, and wrap up the sides so the dough forms a pouch around them.
Step 4: Roll that pouch into a little ball but be careful that the chocolate and marshmallows don't poke out.
Step 5. Cover the ball of dough in the crushed up graham crackers.
Step 6. Sprinkle some marshmallows in the bundt pan. You don't need to fill the entire pan, but a few handfuls should do the trick.
Step 7: Place the balls of dough on top of the marshmallows.
Step 8: Alternate between layers of dough and marshmallows until the pan is full.
Step 9: Bake your concoction in the oven at 375 degrees Fahrenheit and for 35 minutes.
Step 10: Top with melted chocolate.
Step 11: Dig in and enjoy!
Recipe by Linnea Zielinski