Five Delicious Recipes Using Beer

Five Delicious Recipes Using Beer

If you love beer, you’ll love these 5 creatives ways to incorporate beer into your meals! Beer brings a unique flavor to foods, and making these recipes are a lot easier than you think.

1. Beer Battered Onion Rings

Tried and true, these babies are a classic. Whether you’re at a bar and need some snacks or at a sports game, onion rings always hit the spot.

Using a red ale to get the perfect crispy texture, this Will Cook for Smiles recipe boasts the perfect method for golden rings.

Find the recipe here.

2. Salted Beer Caramel Blondies

Who doesn’t love the sweet and salty flavor of salted caramel? Combine them with a blondie and your favorite beer and BOOM! You’ve hit the jackpot. We’re drooling over these.

Using a Stout beer, this Beeroness recipe has the perfect gooey caramel texture over those crumbly blondies.

You can find this mouth-watering recipe here.

3. Bacon Jalapeño Cheese Dip

The all-time favorite bar classic, made fresh at home, using your favorite beer. Need I say more?

Whether you’re a fan of sports or not, everyone sure is a fan of sports-foods. This Crumb recipe suggests using Corona or any other mexican-style lager to perfect this ooey-gooey treasure.

You can find this recipe here.

4. Irish Cheesy Beer Bread

The title alone made me hungry, this recipe for the perfect cheesy bread also happens to be filled with beer. Yum!

The Girl in the Little Red Kitchen’s recipe suggests using any west-coast style IPA, but the choice is yours when it comes to choosing a beer to use. She also suggests using Irish cheese, such as Kerrygold, for the recipe for that extra oomph of flavor.

You can find the recipe here.

5. Bailey’s Mint Ice Cream Chocolate Stout Float

Last but certainly not least, this decadent, refreshing, and boozy treat for any of your summer nights!

This Girl in the Little Red Kitchen recipe calls for Guinness to dunk your ice cream into, along with chocolate and Bailey’s for that sweet creamy goodness. Bonus! She also recommends using this Bailey’s Mint Ice Cream recipe to use instead of plain old vanilla. Yes please!

Both recipes can be found here.



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