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  • Jodi Kinkaid Denne

    Ohhh....same idea as monkey bread but salty version...Something easy to bring to a dinner. Garlic Parmesan pull apart bread made with 4 ingredients: Grands biscuits, garlic, butter, parmesan cheese. Made this twice. YUM! Best with 'non flakey' type biscuits.

  • Angela Covert

    I have always made Monkey bread this way, never thought about garlic bread, awesome! Garlic Parmesan pullapart bread made with 4 ingredients: Grands biscuits, garlic, butter, parmasean cheese.

  • Nicole Kever

    Garlic Parmesan pullapart bread Garlic Parmesan pullapart bread made with 4 ingredients: Grands biscuits, garlic, butter, parmesan chee

  • Jennifer Lin

    Garlic Parmesan pull apart bread - Melt 1/2 stick butter in preheating oven in bundt pan. Toss cut up biscuits with garlic, Parmesan, etc, add to bundt pan. Bake at 350 for 20-22 minutes. made with 4 ingredients: Grands biscuits, garlic, butter, parmesan cheese.

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