Campfire Cooking: Cappuccino Monkey Bread

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This Cappuccino Monkey Bread can be baked over the campfire to be a delicious breakfast bread or dessert coated in cinnamon, sugar and salted caramel cappuccino.

Campfire Cooking: Cappuccino Monkey Bread

My friends, do you go camping? If you do then you know that there is something so delightful about enjoying scrumptious food when out in the wild. I wish I knew what is was about eating something hot and delicious when camping, but there’s just something about it. Am I right? Because that’s one of the things I look forward to the most when camping, I like to recreate some of our most favorite recipes, campfire style. Our favorite campfire dish for breakfast is this Campfire Cappuccino Monkey Bread.

Campfire Cooking: Cappuccino Monkey Bread

Now, most people know what monkey bread is. I have been making it for a good 15 years or so and I’m sure you have too. I usually make it from scratch and it’s time-consuming but totally worth it in the end. But when you are camping, it’s all about convenience. So I created a way to make that favorite breakfast recipe with just 5 minutes of prep time and about 20 minutes over the campfire. I decided to jazz it up a bit and include some of my favorite cappuccino mix in salted caramel flavor to the recipe.

Campfire Cooking: Cappuccino Monkey Bread

You see, last fall the team and I took an 11-day road trip in an RV down the coast of Washington, Oregon and California as part of a business trip for a workshop I was taking. Spending 11 days in an RV as a family of 5 (all of which are adult size) was an adventure. But one of the things that made life easier was having my Hills Bros. Cappuccino Mix on hand. We took the Keurig along with us and I was also able to brew my Hills Bros. Cappuccino in that when I had time. But it was really handy while we were always on the go to have my mix available too.

I could have a delicious cappuccino at a moment’s notice, which I really needed. While I was making my beverage, I made some Campfire Cappuccino Monkey Bread too. Then we just placed them on the grate over the campfire while we warmed up in the morning.

Campfire Cooking: Cappuccino Monkey Bread

It was so nice to enjoy these with a yummy cup of cappuccino while listening to the waves crash on those chilly mornings. I’m telling you, I could start every single day of my life that way. I love those early mornings by the shore and a campfire. Having a sweet breakfast like the monkey bread was just the icing on the cake.

Campfire Cooking: Cappuccino Monkey Bread

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Campfire Cooking: Cappuccino Monkey Bread
 
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This Cappuccino Monkey Bread can be baked over the campfire to be a delicious breakfast bread or dessert coated in cinnamon, sugar and salted caramel cappuccino.
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Recipe Type: Breakfast, Dessert
Serves: 5 servings
Ingredients
Monkey Bread
  • 2 small cans refrigerator biscuits
  • ½ cup granulated sugar
  • ½ cup brown sugar
  • 1 tbsp cinnamon
  • 1 tbsp Salted Caramel Cappuccino Mix
  • 8 tbsp cold butter- cubed
Glaze
  • 3 tbsp confectioners sugar
  • 1 tbsp Salted Caramel Cappuccino Mix
  • 1 tbsp milk
Instructions
  1. Lay out 4-5 sheets of tin foil (approx 12-15" long) spray with cooking spray
  2. Cut each uncooked refrigerator biscuit into quarters & place in a gallon size zip top bag
  3. Place remaining bread ingredients in the bag with a dough, zip the bag & toss to coat
  4. Sift out the coated pieces of dough & place on prepared foil (the portions will seem small - but the dough with puff & rise)
  5. Sprinkle a little of coating mixture over the top & add a few cubes of butter to each foil pack
  6. Fold the ends of the foil together on one end & then fold in the other ends to seal tight
  7. Cook on a grate over hot coals for 20-25 minutes or until the dough is cooked through - turning every 5 minutes or so
  8. While you wait - prepare the glaze by whisking all the ingredients together in a small bowl
  9. Drizzle over cooked monkey bread
  10. Enjoy!

 


Gina Kleinworth

Gina Kleinworth

Gina is the author & photographer behind Kleinworth & Co. She is a homeschooling mom to 3 and devoted wife with a passion for all things creative. Gina lives in Northern Idaho but is a So Cal native & spent 12 years living in various parts of the Nevada desert. Kleinworth & Co is a creative blog where Gina shares recipes, gift ideas, crafts, simple & cost effective ways to decorate your home, creative & fun projects for the kids & photography tips. Come visit to learn, share & get inspired on a budget.

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