Beer Bread (better than damper)

Submitted by sherrie sutcliffe

Beer Bread (better than damper)

4 from 5 votes
Serving: 8
Prep Time 2 minutes
Cook Time 2 hours
Total Time 2 hours 2 minutes

Ingredients
 

  • 3 cups self raising flour
  • 1 tin or bottle of beer -any sort

Instructions
 

  • Mix flour and beer together until combined,
  • Line slow cooker with baking paper.
  • Add dough mixture and cook on high two hours, with lid on (no tea towel required).
  • Serve with melted butter, honey or syrup, or strawberry jam and cream.
  • Optional: You can add garlic, herbs, spices or bacon and mushrooms for flavor.

8 thoughts on “Beer Bread (better than damper)”

  1. Hmm this was so easy and very tasty. I did not add to the recipe. I tried it plain – yum, with butter, even yummier and a used a buttered piece to mop up the juices of a leftover nannys braised steak i’d reheated for lunch. This really is a winner. I can see how it could be added to for a savoury side to a main meal (ie per the suggestions in the recipe) . I will also try some later/tomorrow with jam or honey, for the sweet aspect. It will rock. Being lazy, I used oil spray instead of baking paper…this produced a very crusty bottom and edge (which I like) but when I do this again i will use baking paper to see the difference in texture. Overall, I recommend you give this a go. I used a 3.5. Thanks Sherrie Sutcliffe

  2. My husband made this bread today and it is yummy. He is very pleased with himself, worth the bottle of beer!!! He found it very ease to make and the smell when it was baking was delightful. Thank you Sherrie for a terrific recipe !!

  3. PRISCILLA CONLEY

    4 stars
    OH MY. THIS IS GREAT. I HAVE PICTURES BUT NOT SURE HOW TO ON THIS. SO ANYWAYS THE TASTE IS NOT SWEET MORE OF EARTHY TASTE. SOFT CRUST WHICH IS GREAT FOR ME. IT DID COOKED ONLY TWO HOURS ON HIGH. CHEWY. I LOVE THIS!

  4. 5 stars
    Second time with this recipe. Added a bit of garlic powder and some cheddar cheese.
    Good stuff

  5. My bread didn’t seem to rise all that much . And I needed to pay attention to my “ball” when putting it in cause it is very misshaped . Haven’t eaten yet got another half hour more to go . Can you tell me if I did anything wrong used self rise flour and beer .

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