You’re going to love the flavor of this Tropical Pina Colada Monkey Bread. This simple tropical monkey bread recipe is fast and easy to make. If you’re craving a sweet bread recipe, this is the one. Make certain to check out these other simple breakfast recipes, too!
The great part about this Hawaiian pull apart bread recipe is that you just need 7 simple ingredients to get started. This quick bread recipe is perfect in each and every bite.
Since you’re able to use crushed pineapple and Hawaiian rolls, it’s a simple way to easily combine a sweet treat. Monkey bread is typically a yeast bread is made from scratch or sometimes cut up cinnamon rolls as well.
Check out these other dessert bread recipes as well.
Tropical Pina Colada Monkey Bread
My boys eat a ton, but when you have this many, it can be hard to make please everyone at all times. This bacon and ranch meal makes everyone happy, even Mom since it is made in the crockpot. Let’s be real, Dad is happy about the lack of power usage, too.
How do you know when the bread is done baking?
You’re going to want to have it look golden brown on top. If you ever decide to make monkey bread from scratch, have a toothpick inserted in the center to determine. If the toothpick inserted into the center comes out mostly clean, that’s your clue that it’s ready to eat.
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Make it a Meal:
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Main Dish: Fast and Simple Stuffed Pepper Soup
Vegetable Side: Frozen Asparagus Recipes
Starch Side: Pan Fried Potatoes and Carrots Recipe
Refreshing Drink: Refreshing Cantaloupe Slush
Best Tropical Recipes:
Once you make this Hawaiian Dessert Bread Recipe, keep going with that flavor and taste. It’s a great flavor and taste that you’re certain to love. I’ve gathered up some more of my favorite Hawaiian recipes that I hope you’ll love, too.
Tropical Pizza Dip is such a tasty appetizer for the family.
Give this Tropical Pasta Salad Recipe a try this summer!
This Tropical Mocktail recipe is refreshing and delicious!
These Buffalo Chicken Sliders are on Hawaiian rolls and they’re so good.
This Slow Cooker Pineapple Chicken is a great dinner recipe for the family.
Make certain to fill your tummy with Light and Delicious Tropical Dump Cake dessert!
This Tropical No Churn Ice Cream Recipe is the perfect way to end any meal.
What are some other fun toppings to add to this monkey bread recipe?
Topping with powdered sugar and chocolate chips are always a good idea! Anything that you want to add to this recipe, you can. It’s so much fun to change up the taste and flavor.
More Hawaiian Recipes:
Tropical Pina Colada Monkey Bread
This monkey bread has such a sweet and awesome taste!
- 1/2 loaf of Kings Hawaiian Sweet Sliced Bread
- 1 16 ounce can of crushed pineapple
- 1/2 cup of butter
- 4 eggs
- 1 cup of sugar
- 1 t of vanilla extract
- 1/4 cup of coconut flakes
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
Cut the bread into small pieces.
Add the sugar and butter to a small bowl.
Add eggs to a bowl and beat them together.
Put in the crushed pineapple and vanilla. Mix.
Add the bread pieces to a 9" bundt pan.
Sprinkle the coconut flakes on top.
Pur the mixing bowl mixture over the bread.
Put in the oven and bake for 1 hour.
Are you going to add this monkey bread onto a plate or pick it apart and eat it with your hands?