Three Ingredient Beer Bread

This Three Ingredient Beer Bread could not be more simple or delicious!

This Three Ingredient Beer Bread could not be more simple or delicious!

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POST FROM FEBRUARY 2014 | PHOTOS UPDATED MAY 2017

Quinn has started talking in full sentences.  It is seriously awesome.  Not just because it makes communication easier, and not just because she is kind of hilarious, but also because she likes to lay on the flattery.  Thick.  And I love soaking up every second of it.

This Three Ingredient Beer Bread could not be more simple or delicious!

The other day when I was laying in bed with the stomach flu waiting for Nathan to rescue me from the children jumping on my bed (PS jumping on the bed + stomach flu = kill me now), Quinn looked at me and said,

“I like you, Mom.  You the best.”

This Three Ingredient Beer Bread could not be more simple or delicious!

She also has been torturing Gavin with her new found language abilities.  Her new favorite phrase to use with him is “Maybe . . . yes???”

The other day:

Quinn:  Ga, you like build a snowman?? {Asking him if he likes the song from Frozen “Do you want to build a snow man” . . . she’s totally obsessed and the soundtrack makes Gavin . . . angry.}

Gavin:  No.

Quinn:  Maybe . . . yes???

Poor Gavin.  She’s torturing him to the point where he told her yesterday that she needed to stay out of a conversation between him and I, and she is completely unfazed and loving her new found communication abilities.

Meanwhile, I’m getting crowned with tiaras and called “beautiful” and making beer bread and hearing, “Bread??  I LOVE bread!!”

And who doesn’t?  Especially a bread like this that is ridiculously simple.  This bread takes about five minutes to throw together and forty minutes to bake.  And then once you’ve made it, you can do fun and crazy things with it like turn it into Monkey Bread or make it taste like a Jalapeño Popper or load it up with Cheese and Bacon.

One note about this recipe:  Make sure you use a beer that you like.  Just like cooking with wine, the cooking process will only enhance the flavor.

This Three Ingredient Beer Bread could not be more simple or delicious!

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Three Ingredient Beer Bread

Ingredients

  • 3 cups self-rising flour
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 12 oz beer

Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.
  2. Spray a bread pan with cooking spray.
  3. Gently mix together the flour, sugar, and beer until it is throughly combined. The batter will be thick.
  4. Pour the batter into the bread pan and bake for 40 minutes.
  5. Take out of the oven and let sit for five minutes in the pan, remove and let cool completely before slicing.
http://www.wineandglue.com/2017/05/three-ingredient-beer-bread.html

Recipe from The Food Network

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This Three Ingredient Beer Bread could not be more simple or delicious!

Comments

  1. Melanie says

    Hi! I’m wanting to make this for a neighbor gift at Christmas and call it rein”beer” bread! Can I pre-mix the dry ingredients in a Baggie for my neighbors to mix the beer in later? Thanks so much!

  2. Gina says

    I’ve made this a few times now ….have to say it’s a great go to recipe….who doesn’t always have beer on hand. Today however I decided to try with some of those new sweeter beers that are being sold. I had a mocha amaretto one…I added some chocolate hips and then made an amaretto vanilla glaze for the top… WOW… IT WAS GREAT! THE POSSIBILITIES ARE ENDLESS…I’m thinking the pumpkin brews are next!

    • says

      Ugh, Andi! I’m so sorry to here this! So my two thoughts are that it could be your bread pan OR you might want to just give it a go on a higher level of your oven. One more thought, your oven might just run slightly hotter than you realize. Take it down by 25 degrees and try baking it at 350.

  3. REGINA says

    Made this with Miller beer and came out nice…any other suggestions?? I was thinking of using Guinness. Has anyone done that?

  4. ColleenB. says

    Not a beer drinker and know nothing about one beer to the next; so would one brand / flavor be better than the next in using to make this bread.

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