Beer Desserts You Can’t Live Without
These decadent desserts are a perfect way to soothe your sweet tooth and finish off that left over beer in the fridge.
By The Beer Community on Oct. 24, 2017
This easy banana bread recipe from Killing Thyme is great to share with friends and family, but it’s so tasty you won’t want to and truthfully we don’t blame you.
Fall is apple picking season and there is no better way to enjoy that fresh from the tree deliciousness than with Spicy Southern Kitchen’s Beer-Battered Apple Rings.
These droplets from heaven are the perfect salty – sweet dessert. Ok…they’re not from heaven, but pretty close. They’re from Heather Baird’s Sprinkle Bakes. They use a full bottle of brown or pale ale and make a great gift for a friend (but we wouldn’t blame you if you kept’em for yourself).
Most chocolate beer cakes use Guinness or some other dark beer, but not this one. 52 Cakes uses…wait for it… Wheat Beer or Pale Ale! SURPRISE!!! Using these type of beers make the cake light and fluffy. Drizzle with chocolate and nuts or use the recipe for cream cheese frosting either way, it’s delicious.
You don’t have to go to Mexico to have fabulous churros. Half Baked Harvest‘s delicious recipe using Modelo Negra make a sweet end to any fiesta! Plus add the traditional Chocolate Cajeta Sauce or pick up some Dulce de Leche for dipping.
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