Would you like to make beer bread but think it’s difficult to make? Well, I’m here today to tell you that you are wrong! I’m sharing my Quick and Easy Beer Bread recipe with you today, and you’ll be amazed at how simple it really is to make it.The first time I remember tasting beer bread was on a visit to Minnesota when my husband took me to a restaurant to eat. This wasn’t just any restaurant, because after reading the menu we discovered the building was an old funeral parlor. Eek! That may have freaked us out a bit, but it didn’t matter once I sunk my teeth into that delicious bread. It was warm, flavorful, and my sandwich would never have been the same without it. Imagine my surprise when I found out I could make the bread at home by purchasing their beer bread mix. Yep, no more funeral parlor restaurants for me! Yes, that day I not only discovered the wonderful flavor of beer bread, but the wonderful company Tastefully Simple.
Tastefully Simple is headquartered in the town of Alexandria, Minnesota, where we lived while my husband attended school there. Although the restaurant didn’t last, the Tastefully Simple food products served there definitely left a lasting impression on me. As much as I love their easy food mixes, they may be easy on the lips, but not on the wallet. Today’s recipe is an easy alternative to their tasty beer bread, made with only 3 ingredients!
Whether you slice it to make sandwiches or use it to make toast, this flavorful beer bread will satisfy your taste buds and tummy. Even better yet, no one will know just how easy it was to make. Unless you tell them, of course. Check out the simple recipe below to make a loaf of your own Quick and Easy Beer Bread!
Quick and Easy Beer Bread
- 3 cups of self-rising flour
- 1/2 cup of sugar
- 1 beer 12 oz at room temperature
- Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.
- Combine flour and sugar in a medium sized bowl.
- Add the beer and beat less than 20 times to mix. Do not overmix!
- Pour into a lightly greased loaf pan.
- Bake for 1 hour at 375 degrees.
- Allow the bread to cool prior to cutting.