Recipes

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.

Beer Desserts You Can’t Live Without

Beer and Popcorn Fudge

Made with stout, this recipe from Jasmine Fine’s 1 Fine Cookie is the perfect holiday treat to snack on, bring to a party, or to give as a gift!

Beer and Popcorn Fudge
Image by: Jasmine Fine 1 Fine Cookie

 

Beernana Bread

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.

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Image by: Killing Thyme

 

Beeramisu

Made with coffee-flavored beer like a Sweet Stout, Coffee Stout or Porter, Tablespoon has come up with a delicious twist on this classic Italian dessert.

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Image by: Tablespoon

 

Coconut Maple Porter Ice Cream

This Brooklyn Brew Shop delight is great in the summer on the beach, but also makes a great pie topper during the holiday season thanks to its intense Maple or Chocolate Porter flavour.

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Brown Sugar Beer Cookies

Jennifer Meyering beer cookies are soft and chewy just the way a good cookie should be. The added touch of your favourite brown ale makes them extra special and moist.

Image by: Jennifer Meyering
Image by: Jennifer Meyering

 

Beer-Battered Apple Rings

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.

Image by: Spicy Southern Kitchen
Image by: Spicy Southern Kitchen

 

Chocolate Beer Cheesecake With A Pretzel Crust

The Queen of Beer Cooking, The Beeroness, has hit it out of the park with this fantastic recipe for Chocolate Beer Cheesecake With A Pretzel Crust.

Image by: The Beeroness
Image by: The Beeroness

 

Ale and Pretzel Soft Caramels

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).

Image by: Heather Baird
Image by: Heather Baird

 

Chocolate Beer Cake

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.

Image by: Rachel Gorjestani on Unsplash
Image by: Rachel Gorjestani on Unsplash

 

Mexican Beer-Spiked Churros with Cajeta Chocolate Sauce

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.

Image by: Half Baked Harvest
Image by: Half Baked Harvest

 

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