It’s hard to find those easy to make recipes that don’t take forever to whip up and yet yield an incredible end result, but I have a winning recipe for you that does exactly this. The bread machine is a winner in my home because it makes bread making a snap if you can find the right recipe.
I love making bread in the bread machine and I do not always think about it days ahead. When you do not plan ahead with a bread maker you often don’t have the base that you need to make those more dense breads, and you may be craving them.
The easy beer bread for bread machines that I have created makes a light and airy bread with a lightly ‘sweet’ taste while providing an adequately crunchy crust. Lavishly live bread making out loud with this super easy beer bread for bread machines recipe.
The Bread Machine
First things first the bread maker is what is the ticket to the best bread in the world and this is the bread machine I have been using.
Easy Beer Bread For Bread Machines
12 0z of Flat Beer
(if you do not have flat beer, no worries, just add a tsp of salt and let it sit for about 15 minutes that will flatten it out enough to work with, I DO IT ALL THE TIME)
2 TBSP Olive Oil
3 1/2 C Flour
2 1/4 Tsp Yeast
1/4 C Sugar
Add the way your bread machine tells you to, mine designates, liquid, dry, last ingredient Flour then yeast.
Add in olive oil, beer, sugar, flour, yeast.
Close bread machine, and touch for 2-pound loaf, dark crust, basic bread.
That’s it, and the end result is yummy, light and airy bread that everyone will definitely enjoy.
Dana the Cook’s Tips
Use extra virgin olive oil for a more robust flavor.
Use Splenda to rid the real sugar.
Flatten beer with salt that you would use in the recipe up to 3/4 of a teaspoon, that will take the fizz down.
Upon completion of bread cycle, remove immediately, and allow to cool.
Serve. Remember fresh bread lasts only a few days so continue to share the loaf of bread!
(My dad is cutting his loaf in this photo)
Lavishly live food out loud and enjoy easy to make Beer Bread recipe for bread machines. Need more inspiration? Try these recipes all tested and perfect!