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Sunday, September 5, 2010

What Do You Do with Pumpkin Ale?

You make PUMPKIN beer bread!!

I just thought the beer sounded interesting....and decided to make some beer bread with it to see what it does.....I've always liked beer bread....which is why I would bum beer off friends when they stopped by...didn't want to have to buy a whole box of it. I did buy the 6 pack of this because it is only made for a limited time.

Even if it had turned out terrible....it sure made the house smell delicious!

When you take your first bite, you have to quickly get passed the thinking it should taste like pumpkin bread...very sweet.

It does NOT taste sweet, but it sure is delicious!!!

I would recommend you try it if you can find the Pumpkin Ale.

My Pumpkin Beer Bread Recipe:

1 bottle of Pumpkin Ale

3 cups of self rising flour

3 tablespoons of sugar

Mix ingredients w/ wooden spoon in glass bowl.

Bake at 350 degrees until golden brown.

Add butter to the top when done.

Eat while warm!


The Gaelic Wife said...

Sounds good. I'm going to try it. Mr. Gaelic bought pumpkin ale this weekend, so I've got it on hand.

carolina nana said...

I am definitely going to look for some of that ale around here and make that bread.
Hope you had a blessed Sunday

Farmchick said...

Hmmmmm....sounds pretty good. Never thought of it before.

Ummmm......HELLO--stop over and visit ME soon would ya? :)

kenziekylanmom said...

Wow, that sounds yummy! Gonna have to find pumpkin ale now!

AdoreVintage.com said...

Mmm this sounds so good! Perfect for Autumn!

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