Easy Beer Bread for Bread Machines: 5 Ingredients
Do you have a can of beer?
Easy Beer Bread for Bread Machines
Stop seeking a recipe for easy beer bread for bread machines you’ve just found it here!
Get ready for an easy beer bread that will yield an incredible end result, without much fuss!
I have a winning recipe for you that does exactly this with 5 ingredients!
Yes, easy beer bread can’t be more simple than this recipe, and your bread machine will make it happen effortlessly!
In fact, the bread machine is a winner in my home because it makes bread making a snap if you have a recipe like my beer bread!
Plus, my easy beer bread recipe is also able to be made by hand in a bowl, and yields the same fantastic results!
My easy beer bread yields both light and airy bread that is just plain good!
Additionally, beer bread with the bread machines yields a lightly ‘sweet’ taste while providing an adequately crunchy crust.
Alright, let’s crack open a can of beer and bake beer bread for your bread machine!
The Bread Machine
First things first the bread maker is the ticket to the best bread in the world.
Here’s the bread machine I have been using.
Make sure you find a simple bread machine that can produce up to a 2-pound loaf.
That’s about my qualifications for a bread machine!
Your bread machine does not need a lot of whistles and bells, simple is best!
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Easy Beer Bread For Bread Machines
Is bread-making from start to finish in a bread machine easy?
My favorite bread machine (on my list of must-haves) will really change my bread-making days!
Really the question is answered through the ingredients.
Did you use a lot of ingredients or minimal?
What are you trying to achieve?
A basic loaf of bread or a fun shape?
If you are looking for a fun shape, you won’t be using a bread machine beyond the dough process.
Check out the recipe below instead.
Beer Bread With A Bread Machine Dough & Baked in The Oven
Naturally, this recipe for a bread worth giving up a can of beer for is also easy, it’s just not made entirely in the bread machine.
Back To Bread Machine Beer Bread
Mow for those who just want to toss the ingredients in and walk away and then have a fabulous loaf of bread that you can serve for dinner, this recipe is the ticket!
I’ll be honest too, >> this brand mixer <<threw me over the edge and is why I tossed my ingredients for beer bread for bread machines and not by mixer.
Trust me when I say, the recipe, that I made here is 10x easier and won’t have your ingredients flying everywhere or curse words flying.
Baking Beer Bread Tips
First, if you didn’t think Beer in a bread recipe is possible make sure to read this article.
It is essential to understand that Beer in a bread recipe lends itself to the rising process.
Therefore, you will be using less yeast.
Additionally, beer can be any kind you want, but as you get more adventurous than basic beers like Miller, you also need to consider flavors and how they might taste.
That too is something you can correct, but this recipe used a simple Miller Genuine Draft.
It goes without saying or I would think that it does, that you are subbing beer for other liquids you would normally use.
Normally bread is made with water or milk, here we are using beer.
Use extra virgin olive oil for a more robust flavor.
Use Splenda/Stevia to rid the real sugar (if you like).
HOT TIP FOR BEER BREAD
Flatten beer with salt that you would use in the recipe up to 3/4 of a teaspoon, which will take the fizz down.
You don’t HAVE to flatten the beer, just so you know.
Bread Machine + Baking Beer Bread/ A.K.A Beer Bread For Bread Machines
Upon completion of the bread cycle, remove the bread liner immediately, it will be hot!
DO allow the bread machine liner to cool a few minutes or use oven mitts to handle.
Then, slide the bread out!
Naturally allow the bread to cool, before slicing for at least 1 hour.
Serve and enjoy!
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)
Easy-to-make Beer Bread for bread machines recipe.
Recipe For Your Beer Bread
Easy Beer Bread for Bread Machines
The Bread MachineFirst things first the bread maker is the ticket to the best bread in the world. Here's the bread machine I have been using.Make sure you find a simple bread machine that can produce up to a 2-pound loaf.That's about my qualifications for a bread machine!
Easy Beer Bread For Bread MachinesIs bread-making from start to finish in a bread machine easy? Really the question is answered through the ingredients. Did you use a lot of ingredients or minimal? What are you trying to achieve? A basic loaf of bread or a fun shape? If you are looking for a fun shape, you won't be using a bread machine beyond the dough process. However, if you just want a basic loaf of bread that you can serve for dinner, this recipe is the ticket!
- 12 0 z of Flat Beer
- if you do not have a 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.
- Next add in olive oil, beer, sugar, flour, yeast.
- Close bread machine, and touch for a 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.
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This recipe has been used and reproduced by my fans and followers over 1million times!
It turns out perfect every time and the whole process is in the bread maker!
Italian Sesame Bread in Mini Loaves
Have you ever made bread and just wished it was in smaller loaves.
This recipe will teach you how to make bread dough in the machine and transition it into rolls and small loaves.
Are crispy on the outside and moist and chewy on the inside.
You gotta try this recipe!
When it comes to sharing family secrets, I’ve gone a little overboard here.
The recipe that my Grandma Stella gave me, I am sharing with you!
Sometimes all you need is a little inspiration.
Try one of these great bread recipes, you are sure to find ONE that you will love. Happy Baking ~ Dana XO