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Heat it Up {Recipe: Beer Bread}

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You’ll have to excuse the inappropriateness of this post. I fully understand your position.. it’s 100 zillion degrees outside and the last thing you want to be tempted with is something that requires you to turn on your oven.

Baking. In the heat of the summer. Who does that?

I do!

And you should too.

Here’s an oldie but goodie (blogged before on Dine & Dish) recipe to get you in the mood…classic Beer Bread. Not the kind you mix up from a box, but just as simple.

Turn on your oven and heat things up even more. It’s so worth it. I promise!

Buttery Beer Bread

Buttery Beer Bread

Beer bread with a thick, buttery crust and tender inside. Quick, easy and so delicious!

Ingredients

  • 3 cups flour, sifted (not packed)
  • 3 teaspoons baking powder
  • 1 teaspoon Kosher salt
  • 1/4 cup granulated sugar
  • 1 12 ounce can or bottle of beer
  • 1 stick butter, melted

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 375°F
  2. In a medium bowl and using a wire whisk, sift together all dry ingredients.
  3. Add beer and stir with a wooden spoon until well incorporated.
  4. Spray a loaf pan with cooking spray and pour beer bread batter into pan.
  5. Pour melted butter over the top of the beer bread batter.
  6. Bake for 1 hour.
  7. Remove from oven and allow to cool for 15 minutes before removing from pan.
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Comments

  1. For sure I can eat a lot of this beer bread. I want to eat this one.

  2. This looks absolutely amazing!! Totally worth turning on the oven :)

  3. Love this recipe – forgot about it. Baked last night, crazy hot, what was I thinking?

    See you soon!

  4. Beer bread is always worth turning on the oven in my opinion. It’s a favorite in our house!

  5. Now I am craving beer bread. This looks perfect, Kristen!

  6. There is nothing quite like hot bread out of the oven.

  7. Beer bread is one of my favorite quick breads, always so great with chili!

  8. I adore home made bread! No one has a time to do that except real fun :). Your bread look gorgeous.

  9. Gosh i haven’t made beer bread in ages. This is definitely enough to entice me, especially since I’ve been making a lot of jam lately.

  10. You’re right – some things are worth firing up the oven for – even on these crazy hot days! And I have to say this Beer Bread looks like the thing to do. Can’t wait to give it a try!

  11. This is nice bear bread recipe. I haven’t tried eating bread with bear so I want to know what the taste is.

  12. This looks delicious, thanks for sharing it! I’ll be sure to give it a try!

  13. I know this post is old news by now, but I made your beer bread last night, and it was delicious! And so easy. It was perfect with soup. I just ordered some beer bread mix from a home party I went to. I wanted to make homemade to see how it compares. I have a feeling we’ll be giving the mix away. :)

  14. Buttery Beer Bread~~~
    Made 6 mini loaves, added 2 cups of diced pepperoni and 2 cups of shredded cheddar cheese and cut butter to 1/2 stick and they came out delicous, perfect, yummy and freezing to add to holiday cookies baskets!Love it!!!

  15. Julia Morrisroe says:

    ugh, wish I’d read about reducing the butter sooner – it spilled over the bread pan and has made a quite a stinky mess, I hope it still tastes ok.

  16. Julia Morrisroe says:

    ugh, wish I’d read about reducing the butter sooner – it spilled over the bread pan and has made a quite a stinky mess, I hope it still tastes ok.

  17. Dianna Little Nadjkovic says:

    I add the butter to the mix to give the bread a softer crust. I also sift all the dry ingredients together three times before I add the beer and the butter. LOVED this recipe! Very nice crumb to the bread. Thanks!

  18. Dianna Little Nadjkovic says:

    I add the butter to the mix to give the bread a softer crust. I also sift all the dry ingredients together three times before I add the beer and the butter. LOVED this recipe! Very nice crumb to the bread. Thanks!

  19. Dianna Little Nadjkovic says:

    I add the butter to the mix to give the bread a softer crust. I also sift all the dry ingredients together three times before I add the beer and the butter. LOVED this recipe! Very nice crumb to the bread. Thanks!

  20. Frank Ritenour says:

    do you think this would work with whole wheat flour and molasses instead of sugar?

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