Everything Beer Bread

September 16, 2020

EVERYTHING BEER BREAD - INGREDIENTS2 3/4 cups regular all purpose or gluten free flour1 12oz bottle of beer (I used an ale, but it’s up to you!)3 tablespoons honey or maple syrup 2 tablespoons organic butter (or vegan butter)3 tablespoons Everything But the Bagel Seasoning1 tablespoon baking powder1 teaspoon sea salt

Did you know that you can make bread with a bottle of beer? If you didn’t, I’m here to tell you that you can, and it is SO good! You will actually feel like a professional bread maker. The beer gives the bread a nice, malty flavor that you really can’t get in any bread unless you use…BEER!

You might be wondering what kind of beer you can use to make this beer bread. I always recommend using an ale, but you can really use ANY beer, depending on the taste you want. I’ve had friends make this with Guinness, proving to you that anything is possible!

If you haven’t tried Everything But The Bagel Seasoning yet, you need to head to Trader Joe’s immediately and purchase their entire stock. It is the best seasoning and I use it for everything, from veggies, to meats, to my avocado toasts, the possibilities are endless! Other brands make Everything Seasoning, so just take a look online and see what you can find. And hey — if you can’t find it or don’t like the idea, leave the EBTB off, and you’ve got a nice honey beer bread instead.

So what’s in this Everything Beer Bread?

Since I promised you an easy recipe, you can count on that. You need just a few simple ingredients.

  • All purpose flour: I created this recipe using regular, all purpose flour. It also works perfectly with gluten free flour!

  • Beer: Like I mentioned above, I recommend an ale, but you can use any beer that you like, even a non-alcoholic beer, if that floats your boat.

  • Honey or maple syrup: These two ingredients are interchangeable, so you can use what you have on hand. I always prefer making this bread with honey because I love that taste, but it really makes no difference.

  • Butter: I love a high quality butter, but feel free to use a vegan butter.

  • Everything But the Bagel Seasoning: Like I said above, hit up Trader Joe’s and stock up. If you can’t find any, look online for knock off versions..

  • Baking Powder: To make this beautiful loaf rise to the occasion

Okay, enough rambling from me. Go make the recipe. I hope you guys love it, and if you make it, be sure to leave a comment for me below and tag me on Instagram so I can repost!

Dairy Free/gluten-free/Refined Sugar Free/Vegan

Everything Beer Bread

Author: Nicole Modic of @KALEJUNKIE

Cook Time 45 mins
SERVES 12
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Ingredients

  • 2 3/4 cups cups regular all purpose or gluten free flour
  • 12 oz bottle of beer (I used an ale, but it’s up to you!)
  • 3 tbsp honey or maple syrup
  • 2 tbsp organic butter or vegan butter
  • 3 tbsp Everything But the Bagel Seasoning
  • 1 tbsp baking powder
  • 1 tsp sea salt

Instructions

  • Preheat oven to 350.
  • Grease the inside of a loaf pan very well with oil or butter.
  • Set aside.In a medium bowl, whisk together the flour, salt, two tablespoons EBTB, and the baking powder.
  • Next, add the honey, followed by the beer.
  • It will start to bubble, but just gently mix everything together until incorporated.
  • Transfer the batter into the loaf fan, sprinkle remaining EBTB seasoning on top, and then drizzle with the butter.
  • Bake for 45 minutes.
  • Remove from oven, let cool, then slice and enjoy! 

Notes

You can store this bread out on the countertop for 1-2 days, but then I recommend storing it in the refrigerator for up to one week. I love this bread because it’s fantastic to slice and toast — unlike other breads, this one is sturdy and doesn’t fall apart. Maybe add some yummy cream cheese and avocado on top, the possibilities are endless!

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