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    I was going to make monkey bread tomorrow, but I went and got out my Mom's old bundt pan and its really old and the paint is starting to chip off so it's in need of replacement. I'm searching online for one and Walmart and Target have some available, but online only. Does anyone have any suggestions for places I could find one, preferably not very expensive suggestions? I'm in the US and can't seem to think of any places off the top of my head.

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    Target or Mal-Mart (as my nephew use to call it)
    For something not too expensive

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    Those were my first places to check, all were online only

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    I found a new one recently at a thrift store. They turn up there quite often.

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    Has anyone tried those silicon bakewares?
    I have a bit of pet peeve for using plastic to store food or cook in (e.g. putting plasticware in microwave) so I don't think I'll like using silicon even if it's deemed safe to bake in.
    And I don't like using aluminum for cooking either so I have to make sure the bakeware/pots/pans are stainless steel, cast iron etc etc

    Sorry going off topic here a bit. Which thrift stores do you go to PB? You seem to know the good ones.
    I used to go to this Salvation Army thrift shop in Richmond when I was in high school. They had the coolest patterns for like halter tops from the 60's and 70's and I used to make my own outfits with them.

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    I have a 9 inch round silicone cake pan, and it works wonderfully. Nothing ever sticks, I don't have to grease or flour it, ever. Everything just pops right out. I love it. I would get an entire silicone set if I could afford it.

    A thrift store is a good suggestion... I've gotten things like that at Goodwill before. Otherwise, there's places like Linens N Things and Bed Bath & Beyond, The Kitchen Store, etc. Maybe check at the nearest mall?

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    I found some nice bundt pans at Kohl's. You might try there, they even had the detailed shaped pans.

    Good luck.I have a silicone cake pan that we used only once. The cake exploded and burped batter all over the oven. My guess was a trapped air pocket. My son will never forget that birthday cake.

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    j c penney on line, just looked thru catalog with plenty to choose from

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    I would think you could buy a bundt pan in the kitchen section of any department store - they're not really a major specialty item, so they shouldn't be hard to find. I bought mine for about 10.00Cd at Zellers.

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    I'm sorry I have no good suggestions to offer but may I ask - what is monkey bread?
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    Monkey bread as I know it ... you take bread dough, break off small bits and shaped into balls, dip the balls in melted butter and cinnamon sugar, and then put the balls all together in a pan, and bake. Quite yummy.

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    Exactly, except my recipe puts butterscotch pudding mix, brown sugar, and melted butter between each layer as a sort of glaze. It is so good, and SO addicting, especially when it's still hot.

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    Ooh ... butterscotch pudding sounds like a good addition. I love butterscotch!

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    Default Re: Trying to Find a Bundt Pan

    Linens n' Things and Bed, Bath and Beyond had bundt pans around the holidays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoDayButToday
    Exactly, except my recipe puts butterscotch pudding mix, brown sugar, and melted butter between each layer as a sort of glaze. It is so good, and SO addicting, especially when it's still hot.
    Oh! That's my mom's recipe -- it is SO good! I once put too many of the rolls in it and it rose about 5" above the pan and gooed all over the side -- it looked hilarious!

    If you have the recipe handy, share it here -- everyone would love it!

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    Posted the recipe in the recipe section: Monkey Bread

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