Dip pastry chef Mindy Segal's Banana Brioche Monkey Bread in this sweet butterscotch.

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Ingredients

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Directions

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  • In a large, heavy-bottomed saucepan, melt both sugars and butter over medium heat; do not boil. Meanwhile, in another small saucepan, heat heavy cream until hot.

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  • When sugars and butter have melted, add cream, 1/3 cup at a time, cooking for 30 seconds after each addition. Add salt and vanilla; stir to combine. Add stout and stir to combine. Bring to a boil and cook for 30 seconds. Remove from heat and let cool.

Reviews (7)

Rating: Unrated
02/28/2010
I just made this this morning and I used chocolate stout -was fabulous
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02/27/2010
I was told that Left Hand Milk Stout was similar. I would like to know if you can substitute milk for the cream so it won't be as rich?
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02/26/2010
I think just about any stout could work. Guinness works great in desserts and it's available at most places with a selection of beer. And especially any cream/milk stout (Sam Adams, Bell's, Mackeson), chocolate stout (Young's, Rogue), or oatmeal stout (Samuel Smith) would be great in place of the Moloko, I bet.
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02/26/2010
I think just about any stout could work. Guinness works great in desserts and it's available at most places with a selection of beer. And especially any cream/milk stout (Sam Adams, Bell's, Mackeson), chocolate stout (Young's, Rogue), or oatmeal stout (Samuel Smith) would be great in place of the Moloko, I bet.
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02/25/2010
binny's sell other brands of Milk Stout
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02/25/2010
binny's sell other brands of Milk Stout
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02/25/2010
Any ideas what could be substituted for the stout as it would be very hard to buy outside of Chicago?