FYI: If you are trick-or-treating or plan to attend a Halloween party you really should wear a costume. Otherwise, you ruin it for other people and there is simply no point in you participating with the merry makers. It's only one night a year.
My mother-in-law served this delicious bread at dinner the other night and it was so tasty! For mine I used beat sugar, olive oil, and coors light, but I wonder how better beers would taste, like pumpkin ale or my husband's favorite, a chocolate stout.
3 cups self-rising flour 1/3 cup sugar 2 Tbls butter (melted), margerine (melted), or oil. 1 beer
Preheat oven to 350. Flour or grease your pan. Mix ingredients and pour into bread pan. I added the beer last since it has yeast in it, but I'm not sure if that's necessary. Bake for about 45 minutes. Mine turned out fabulous and I made some butter to put on it. We had left over heavy whipping cream so I put in my mixer and whipped it until it seperated, adding a little honey and a pinch of salt. Then I set it up so that the left over liquid (butter milk) could drain out. Then I melted it and poured it into an upside down butter dish as a mold. When it cools a bit I'll just flip it over and voila!