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3 Ingredient Beer Bread

Beer Bread 2


This is no joke, I have a 3 ingredient homemade bread here for you all today! No fancy machines needed.

I came home from work, tossed 3 ingredients in a bowl, mixed them together, put them in the oven, and then I was on to making dinner. Easy as that. And it's delicious! I am a total sucker for warm bread, fresh out of the oven, and I learned that Mr. KMW is too. I made it last night, and I refuse to admit how much or how little is left...


Beer Bread 3


This is a recipe from my Mom (that she got from a neighbor back in the day), she made it quite a bit growing up and I now know why. Easy to make and even easier to devour.

3 cups self-rising flour
4-1/2 talbespoons of sugar
12 oz beer (I used a Hefeweizen)

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Mix together flour and sugar. Add beer and mix.

Place in a large greased bread pan and cook for 1 hour.  



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