Chef Marc Forgione's pineapple upside down monkey bread recipe
Try this sweet treat!
Chef Marc Forgione shared his spin on a classic dessert with "Good Morning America." Try this recipe at home to turn this upside down classic on its head.
King's Hawaiian is a sponsor of "Good Morning America."
For the caramel sauce:
Make a medium-dark caramel with the water, sugar, and corn syrup. When color is achieved, add heavy cream, whisk to combine. Add crème fraiche, lemon juice, vanilla and salt. Whisk. Cool uncovered in a shallow hotel pan.
For the monkey bread:
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spray jumbo muffin pan with non stick pan spray. Place two tablespoons of caramel sauce at the bottom of each mold.
Next, put one pineapple ring at the bottom of each mold and place three brandied cherries in the center of the rings. Mix your cinnamon and sugar together. Gently toss the frozen/quartered rolls in room temp melted butter then roll generously roll in cinnamon and sugar.
Pack in rolls stacked on top of each other. Drizzle one tablespoon of butter on top. Bake for 10-13 minutes until caramel color. Flip monkey bread out onto cooling rack while still warm.
Main Ingredients: pineapple, king's hawaiian rolls, caramel sauce