Wednesday, April 3, 2019

Gimme Some Oven!

Today has been great. Actually, it has been a pretty quiet day and a little bit chilly outside, so this afternoon while Tony took a nap I decided to make bread.

Yes, I know that I am a complete failure at baking bread, but I decided to try to find an easy beer bread recipe Online. And I found this Gimme Some Oven—with a 5 star honey beer bread recipe that only uses 6 ingredients and it looked easy enough for even me to bake.

So while Tony snoozed, in his man-cave, I stole one of his cold beers and added it to the dry bread mixture.

Then I added the rest of the ingredients and followed the directions carefully. And because my countertop convection oven prefers metal pans to glass—I decided to use a metal cake pan instead of my pretty, cobalt blue, loaf pan. Then I placed it inside the oven and waited.

Omg, the honey beer bread looked so delicious when I pulled it out of the oven. Henry Standing Bear who was helping me with this easy recipe was all eyes and got excited when he saw this delicious-looking, round loaf of bread that we had made.

And since Henry is a Lab/Great Pyrenees mix with excellent tastes I cut him a small slice of bread, buttered it and then served it to him. 

And because Henry gobbled it up so quickly I knew that we had created a winner. And I was so thrilled, because I/we had finally baked a delicious loaf of bread, after so many years of trying!

I guess Tony had smelled the bread, because the next thing I knew he was standing beside me in the kitchen, and he said, "That looks delicious. Can I have a slice, too?"

Bottom  Line—this is the tastiest (honey) beer bread that I have ever eaten and Tony and Henry feel the same way. So I want to thank Ali, at Gimme Some Oven for this awesome, delicious Honey Beer Bread recipe. I love her site and I do plan to check it our further for even more great recipes. Gimme Some Oven Rocks!

Y'all have a great evening and keep on laughing! 


karlee3 said...

Now that sure looks yummy. Especially good on a chilly drizzly day like Wednesday was. I am not so good at baking bread so I am definitely giving this one a try. It looks easy. Ill have to buy a beer but i have all other ingredients.

Nancy, if you and Tony haven't made it over to Willow City Loop, do. It is so gorgeous this Spring. Tourists are out butit is well worth the trip to see. Some Paintbrushes but more Blues from what I saw. Happy Spring to you and Tony and Henry Standing Bear!

Anonymous said...

i take it that the pancake recipe did no go over well ;) Susan G from Fort Worth

cousin nancy said...

Hi Karlee3! I hope you try this honey beer bread recipe and please let me know what you think. Also, Tony cannot wait to go to Willow City with his camera. And who knows? I just might tag along. Have a wonderful weekend.

cousin nancy said...

Hi Cousin Susie! I plan to make the pancake recipe this week and I am not going to use cardboard or motor oil! Hugs to you and the cousins.