We Made this DESSERT on the Smoker (WE LOVED IT)
The question everyone asks, Can you make a dessert on the Smoker? And the answer is yes. We made this dessert on the smoker and we loved it. The trick is to find that recipe that is full of flavor, simple and easy. This Smoked Monkey Bread recipe hit all those marks and it was amazing.
We hope that you watch these videos and that it helps you. Please know that if you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to me and I will be happy to help. Good luck and hope to see you at a BBQ competition somewhere.
Smoked Monkey Bread
- Grill / Smoker
- 2 packages Pillsbury Grands! Southern Home style Butter Tastin’ Biscuits
- 14 oz. Reese’s Minis Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups Candy, Unwrapped
- - Non-Stick Spray
- 0.5 cups Kerry Gold Salted Butter
- 1.50 cups Brown Sugar
- 2.0 cups Powdered Sugar
- 0.5 cups Peanut Butter
- 0.5 cups milk
- Preheat the Recteq Pellet Smoker to 350°
- Spray a 9” Cast Iron pan with Non-Stick Spray
- Open up the Biscuits and Cut each one in half
- Place 2 Mini Reese’s cups in each half biscuit
- Wrap the biscuit over the Reese’s cup and roll into balls in the palm of your hands
- Place the Biscuit balls loosely in the Cast Iron Pan
- In a separate pot melt 1/2 Cup of butter and add 1/2 Cup of Brown Sugar. Simmer over low heat until everything is dissolved together.
- Pour the Butter and Brown Sugar glaze over the Biscuit Ball in the Cast Iron Pan
- Place the Cast Iron Pan in the Smoker at 350° for 30-35 minutes until the biscuits are nice and Golden Brown.
- Place a Plate or Serving Tray on top of the Cast Iron pan and Flip it over. You want the bottom of the Monkey Bread to be exposed.
- In a separate pot melt 1/2 Cup of Peanut butter, 2 Cups of Powdered Sugar and add 1/2 Cup of Milk. Simmer over low heat until everything is dissolved together.
- Pour the glaze over the Monkey Bread
- Allow it to rest a few minutes until it is cool enough to pull apart and Enjoy
- Let us know how they turned out and Tag #EliteBBQSmokers in your social media post.