Need a great appetizer to share with friends? This Parmesan Garlic Monkey Bread is both fun and delicious!
If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. There is some serious truth in that statement! Today’s recipe for Parmesan Garlic Monkey Bread is living proof of not messing with a good thing. This monkey bread is essentially the same exact recipe I used for these classic Parmesan Garlic Knots…and then again for these Muffin Tin Garlic Knots. And now I’ve pulled that same, dog-eared recipe out for this Parmesan Garlic Monkey Bread. I guess I just have a problem when it comes to garlic knots!
This recipe is buttery and delicious which makes it the perfect appetizer to nibble on…or pull apart…while watching playoff football games! Even if you’re not a huge football fan, this Parmesan Garlic Monkey Bread makes a great snack for all sorts of occasions. I spend a couple of nights a week in the winter down at our local curling club, and warm garlic bread is much appreciated after a game. I speak from experience here!
Curling isn’t the only unique sport out there, either. Case in point: wife-carrying contests. Have y’all seen these? These contests are essentially races where pairs compete to see who can finish a course in the fastest time. But the catch is that the man has to carry his wife the whole way. Silly? Yes. Absurd? Absolutely. But fun to watch? You bet! The course features at least one water obstacle…typically a pit of slushy mud. Can you imagine carrying someone (or being carried) through a big pit of mud?
And the best part about wife-carrying contests? The winners typically receive the wife’s weight in beer. Yes, beer. Can you imagine if the winning team in the Super Bowl got the weight of the linemen in beer as a prize? Heck, even the weight of a single lineman! And you know what goes well with beer? You guessed it…Parmesan Garlic Monkey Bread! So whether your weekend plans involve watching playoff football games or practicing for the next wife-carrying competition, I highly recommend having a batch of this monkey bread on hand! Cheers, friends!