Moms Best Beer Bread recipe is one of the easiest bread recipes around. With just 4 ingredients, no rise time & just 1 hour, it’s perfect with every meal.
My mother-in-law knew how to put together a great party. The holidays were always my favorite time to spend with her & I so deeply miss that. This time of year is hard without her, but I try to fill the void by making some of the things that I loved to eat at her place. One of them being this Beer Bread recipe. OMG- it is SO GOOD. I just made it a little bit ago so I could get this picture for this post. It was gone in less than 24 hours & I tell you- I had a hard time sharing with the family. I wanted to eat the whole thing by myself. You will too! Moms Best Beer Bread is truly the BEST EVER!
Beer Bread Recipe
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One of the things I miss most about my mother-in-law is how she was such a great hostess. When we would go to her house for the holidays (or really anytime) she was so good about putting out a full spread of snacks & goodies to nibble on while we visited. You know how much I love food- so I’m sure it will come as no surprise to you that I spent most of the visits sitting at the counter picking at all the food while everyone else played with the kids. Those were good times & it’s incredible to think about how much has changed since then. But at least I still have her awesome recipes to bring back those fond memories.
Moms Best Beer Bread
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Moms Best Beer Bread
- 3 cups Self-Rising Flour
- 3 tbsp Sugar
- 1 Bottle Beer room temperature I used Oktoberfest Ale for this batch
- 6 tbsp butter I prefer salted
- Mix all ingredients except butter in an electric mixer with dough hook until it pulls away from the sides of the bowl
- Transfer to greased loaf pan
- Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour
- When you have 20 minutes left, melt butter & pour over bread. Return to oven & continue baking. (it will bubble)
- Cool in pan 10 minutes
- Remove from pan, serve warm