This gluten free, vegan beer bread is sure to be a show stopper at your next brunch. It’s moist, flavorful and such a unique recipe. This beer bread is gluten free, vegan and nut free! You can mix in any fruits, nuts or chocolate you want. Its best served warm!
WHY YOU’LL LOVE THIS RECIPE
Theres very little clean up since it only uses 1 bowl and 1 mini loaf tray!
Its a quick recipe you can throw together before having guests over.
It makes a great breakfast, dessert or snack!
You can mix in any fruits, nuts or chocolate you want.
Its the best served warm right out of the oven or heated up in a microwave before serving!
Feel free to top with extra butter, peanut butter or chickpea butter.
You can also toast the bread in the toaster or oven until the edges get crispy.
INGREDIENTS & SUBSTITUTIONS
gluten free flour
For this gluten free beer bread recipe I used a 1:1 gluten free flour blend. Cup 4 cup and bob’s red mill both offer 1:1 substitutes that you can use in place of wheat flour without changing the amount. You can use wheat flour if you prefer but to keep it gluten free the 1:1 flour blend is the best bet! I have not tried this recipe with oat flour, coconut flour, almond flour or any other nut flour.
This gluten free beer bread can use either standard white granular sugar or a sugar replacement. Sugar replacements are sugar free and great for anyone who struggles with sugar intake. To use a sugar replacement check the box to make sure it is a 1:1 substitute and you dont need to use less. You can also sub coconut sugar or brown sugar in place without a problem!
This beer bread is also vegan so use vegan butter. If you want to use regular butter it will be the same amount, the same flavor and same taste. Choose whatever butter works best for you, just make sure its melted when adding it to the mix.
gluten free beer
Each gluten free beer is different so the texture will change slightly from beer to beer. You can choose whatever flavor beer you like the best. The beer bread doesnt overwelmingly taste like the beer itself but if you choose a grapefruit flavored beer vs a heavy dark beer there might be an undertone of the flavor you selected.
TASTE & TEXTURE
The gluten free beer bread is moist in the middle and best served warm with some vegan butter. You can also top it with peanut butter and strawberries or honey!
It is very moist and takes the best when heated up in the microwave for 30 seconds or toasted before eating.
HOW TO MAKE
Mix all ingredients together in a bowl. The texture should be as thick as pancake batter. Batter should not be thin and watery.
Preheat the oven to 375.
Add batter into lined 9×5 loaf pan. Bake for approx 55-60 minutes or 60+ minutes until center of bread is fully set.
EXPERT TIPS & TRICKS
When you mix the ingredients together the texture of the gluten free beer bread batter should be as thick as pancake batter. Batter should not be thin and watery. You can choose to add 6oz of beer first and mix to check the texture first, or you can add all 8oz and if its too thin you can add 1 tbsp extra of flour. Each gluten free beer is different so the texture will change slightly from beer to beer.
You can add any mix-ins you want to this gluten free beer bread. Feel free to make it your own! You can add vegan chocolate chips, nuts, sprinkles, blueberries, etc
HOW TO SERVE & STORE
You can store this gluten free beer bread in the fridge for up to 3 days in an air tight container. Do not store on counter. Must refrigerate.
You can store in freezer in an air tight container for up to 3 months. To reheat, microwave for 30-60 seconds before eating.
Gluten Free Beer Bread (Vegan/Nut free)
- 3 cups gluten free flour
- 1 tbsp baking powder
- 2 tbsp sugar/sugar replacement
- 1/4 cup of melted vegan butter
- 8 oz of gluten free beer
- Mix all ingredients together in a bowl. The texture should be as thick as pancake batter.
- Add 8oz of gluten free beer. Mix.
- Batter should not be thin and watery.
- Preheat the oven to 375.
- Add batter into lined 9×5 loaf pan.
- Bake for approx 55-60 minutes or 60+ minutes until center of bread is fully set.