Do you know monkey bread? The sweet pastry consists of many little cinnamon balls attached together into a cake shape and pulled apart one by one? So Monkey Rogalach is the same, but using Rogalach (and if you ask me- it is much better). It's a very satisfying recipe to make. You start with a beautiful buttery dough, on which you then spread the traditional cocoa-sugar filling (not chocolate, cocoa, and sugar). You then roll little Rogalachs and place them together in a cake pan or a pot (I used my Jahnun pot, which came out to be the best pot for this recipe because of its superior height). The Rogalach then proof into each other, and once baked they become one cake. The smell, when the monkey Rogalach comes out of the oven, is unreal! Now the biggest question is: pull the Rogalach apart or slice a piece??