Where Is Monkey Bread From?

Monkey Bread is a popular sweet pastry originating from Hungary, originally known as “Arany Galuska” which translates to “Golden Dumplings”. The dessert became well-known in America, where it was given the name “Monkey Bread”. It is very sweet, sticky and chewy, and traditionally made with a buttery dough assembled into balls that are brushed with butter and sugar before baking.

It is often served as an afternoon treat and is sure to be enjoyed by all.

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