Healthy living · Life with Kids

Hippy Food Beer Bread…

Few things in life make me happier than preparing a delicious, healthy, comfort food meal for my family. Hot potato soup and homemade bread are about as delicious and comforting as you can get. Several months ago I hippyfied (as Charming Jack would say) a Paula Deen recipe to make a yummy whole foods version of cheesy potato soup. That recipe is forthcoming. But first, let me share with you, our Charming Readers, my Hippified Beer Bread recipe.

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The original recipe called for self-rising flour. I don’t know if a whole wheat self-rising flour exists, but I found it easy enough to make my own.

Hippyfied Self-Rising Flour

3/4 Cups whole wheat white flour (Really, that’s a thing)
1 teaspoon baking powder
1/4 teaspoon pink salt or sea salt.

I quadrupled this recipe to have just enough to make bread, but I think I’ll make a large batch so I’ll have it on hand.

The bread is as easy to make as the flour…

Hippyfied Beer Bread

3 cups whole wheat self-rising flour
3 tablespoons raw or turbinado sugar
1 beer
Mix all ingredients together until blended. Don’t over work it. Pour into prepared loaf pan and let sit about ten minutes. If you don’t let it sit, that’s okay. I made two loaves. One sat and one didn’t. There wasn’t a huge difference. Bake at 350 degrees for 50-60 minutes.

This bread is dense and coarse. It is perfect with soup or stew or yummy with butter and honey for a dessert or snack. Enjoy!

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