August 9, 2011

King Arthur Flour Monkey Bread Review and Giveaway

 King Arthur Flour is America’s oldest flour company, founded in Boston in 1790 to provide pure, high-quality flour for residents of the newly formed United States. For more than 200 years, they have stood by their commitment to purity and quality. Their flours are free of unnecessary chemicals - never bleached, never bromated - and they hold them to the strictest specifications in the industry so you know that every bag you get - today, next month, or 10 years from now - will perform the same way.

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My Thoughts~!!

Okay, so the family and I had never heard of Monkey Bread and that is the reason we were attracted to this particular product.  However, after we began making them they were soon dubbed, Monkey Balls.

After the children got over their giggles about their eating Monkey Balls, everyone thought the Italian Herb & Parmesan Monkey Bread was delicious.  They kind of reminded us of eating a Herb & Parmesan Subway specialty bun, the flavours were quite similar.  VERY tasty~!!

We all agree that the Cinnamon Caramel Monkey Bread was our favourite...OH MY...what yummy, sticky goodness this palate delectable was!  And the kids said we were eating Monkey Fingers...I cannot dispute their observations...LOL  We couldn't eat it fast enough and then we became depressed that there wasn't any more left...hehe  VERY delicious indeed!!  

My 6 y/o son said that Monkeys tasted really good...after explaining that he wasn't really eating Monkeys...the husband and I giggled at his innocence.  Okay...so we laughed really hard and I even snorted...hehe
The recipes were clear, concise, easy-to-follow and you receive everything you need to whip up these scrumptious masterpieces!  

We were afraid that we didn't have the proper pan to cook them in and after being told that it wasn't necessary, we jumped right in and they turned out better than we had expected!!

Now, we would love to offer one of our readers the same two boxed recipes that we received to review...

Trust me when I say they are delicious~!!

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28 comments:

Carrie Phelps said...

The Dark Chocolate Mousse Mix sounds yummy!
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Monica said...

I never knew such a thing as a Hamburger Bun Pan even existed!! We always by our hamburger buns from a local baker, I'd love to try making my own!!

Susan said...

We make our own pizzas. So, the King Arthur Perfect Pizza Blend - 3 lb., product is something I would like to try.

Susan said...

Opps! I forgot to include my email address.

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~dab said...

I'd love to try these: http://www.kingarthurflour.com/shop/items/caramel-bits-16-oz

Kay M said...

I'd love to try the Cranberry Orange Scone Mix

Shelly L said...

I'd love to try the Popover Mix
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Kim said...

I would love to try the Peaches and Cream scones or the popover mix

Kimberly said...

I like the Lemon Bliss Cake
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Dani' said...

I'd like the Hostess Gift Basket! contestd(at)hotmail(dot)com

Anonymous said...

I'd love to try the Classic Vanilla Scone Mix

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Linda Kish said...

I would like to try the King Arthur Maple Syrup

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wigget said...

i'd like to try the Gluten-Free Bread Mix

LinkiesContestLinkies said...

Another product I'd love to try by king arthur is their gluten free flour

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pauline15 said...

I would love to try the gluten free flour, but I would really want to make and enjoy the Skillet French Toast!
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Laura said...

I want to try the fior di sicilia - it sounds wonderful.
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purplelover04 said...

i would try the Classic Cinnamon Bun Mix

katklaw777 said...

I'd like to try the Lemon Raspberry Muffin & Quick Bread Mix. thanks

Kay M said...

I'd love to try their Peaches n Cream Scone mix!

sweetmelbelle31 said...

I would love to try the King Arthur Italian-Style Flour - 3 lb.

A Mom's Take said...

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hedgerhousehold said...

I would like to try the chocolat lava cake mix
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Rachel said...

I'd love to try the Double Sides Pie Topper-Lattice.

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Glogirl said...

I would like to try the Deliciously Simple Chocolate Cake Mix.

LeahB said...

Cherry Almond Scone Mix

Teresa said...

I'd like to try the Apple Cider Pound Cake mix
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christined22 said...

I'd love to try the Chocolate Chunk Scone Mix.

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tamiv said...

I'd love to try the Lemon Bar Dessert Bar Mix!
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