The one with the magical beer bread

So shredding the chicken was a good time, as you can see I am very focused on my masterpiece. The smell was phenomenal and made me almost drool into the pot.

 

The beer bread from heaven!!!!! I have made this recipe so many times now, I love whipping it out when people come over because fresh bread makes me seem fancy when in reality it is the easiest possible thing to make ever and impossible to muck up. Excitement makes me pink, it is a great look right? 🙂

I just used quarter a cup of butter because half seemed like a lot, and the crust was really crunchy and crisp and delectable.

Inhaling the gloriousness.

I was pretty impressed with myself that the emptying of multiple cans of food into the crock pot resulted in the below epicness.

Betty Crocker is a genius for realsies. I need to google her because I bet she was a good, good woman.
I now need to go fulfill my food coma. Please excuse me.
Who likes beer? – I have always hated beer (and all fizzy drink) but you can’t taste it at all in this bread 🙂
Who likes baking? – I usually fail at baking which is why I need recipes with maximum six ingredients and Betty Crocker.

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6 Responses to The one with the magical beer bread

  1. Yum! I’ve been on a beer bread kick lately- it’s so quick and easy!

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  2. Sally says:

    Hmmmm looks yummy.. Interested to work with me as a bakery chef? Well done Jess!

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    • Haha twinnie you know I can barely waitress let alone work in the kitchen! 🙂 I’ll leave that to the pros like you!!! You’re the sweetest 🙂 I can make us beer bread when I’m staying at home sweet pillows! x

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  3. I just tried this recipe tonight and my family thought it was “Delicious!”. My husband said “You made this from scratch? It’s soooo good!”. Thanks for sharing the recipe, it’s a keeper!

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