Quick, Easy, and Yum!
Mix first three ingredients together.
Pour into loaf pan.
Bake at 350F for 50 minutes.
AuntGin 8m agoLove this recipe. To prevent the bread from being to dense, always sift the flour.
MountainMomma 3y agoYum!! I used our local Glenwood Brewing Company Raspberry Wheat Ale (Glenwood Springs, CO), some wheat flour, 1/4 cup sugar, and added black pepper and garlic salt. Delish. Thanks for sharing the recipe.
Shawnyboy300 3y agoSimple and very good!
sammiesummer08 3y agoMight try mixing in some stuff but not bad
sammiesummer08 3y agoNot bad... just too much sugar for me
martinatehortua 3y agoI loved it. Just made my first loaf! I saw some variations by others who tried this one and they all look good. Definitely something I'm making on the regular.
thetkdgirl 3y agoSimple and easy. My first attempt had a funny, bitter aftertaste. Turns out it was the beer I used. I will be making this again, as soon as I have a more reliable beer in my fridge. however, it was still quite tasty when toasted with honey butter.
Islandgal29 3y agoThis sounds AMAZING!! I like a simple recipe, but then again, I also like somewhat of a challenge as well. Will try soon!!
Wrbryan91 4y ago
BubastisChild 4y agoI made this into muffins, liked the sweetness and added sesame seed to the tops. Let it sit for an hour before sliding them into the oven and they were lighter in texture. Good with chili, fast little breads and will make again.