Ginger Ale Bread


I’m always tempted to start these entries with something to the effect of “necessity is the mother of deliciousness” because every time I go to make something, it seems I can never find all the right ingredients and have to substitute something.

This is a variation on “bubbly beer bread” one of my favorite bread recipes.  This is probably partially because this is the easiest bread I’ve ever made.  Bar none.  You can find the original recipe, made with beer here, but if you’re forced to be… erm… creative… like I was, then gingerale makes a delicious substitute :)

Ginger Ale Bread

3 c.  sifted flour

4.5 tps baking powder

1/3 c. brown sugar

1 bottle ginger ale (or any other carbonate beverage)

1/2 stick melted butter

1)  Mix dry ingredients

2) Add ginger ale and stir well until dough comes together

3)  Put into greased and floured loaf pan

4)  Drizzle butter over the loaf, covering it evenly

5)  Bake 55 minutes at 375 F.

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