Slow Cooker Bread

17th October 2012

I flipping love autumn and not just because I get to cover up the bingo wings again (I know, you’re welcome) but because it also means that one essential kitchen gadget gets to come out to play…

The Slow Cooker {or crockpot if you prefer}.

I LOVE my slow cooker. It’s the ultimate kitchen essential for the lazy girl.

So I thought I’d give baking a loaf of bread via the slow cooker a whirl…

And it’s so simple. You can either buy pre-made dough or make a fresh batch {I went for the semi lazy girl experience and used a packet of James Martin Bread Mix}.

Just pop the dough on some baking parchment paper, whack the slow cooker on and in an hour (may take a bit longer if you want it crusty) you’ve got yourself a freshly baked loaf.

This is my first attempt – it’s not as pretty as I’d like but who cares if it tastes good right? Tomorrow, I’m going to try a multi-seed bread (made from scratch this time so I’ll pop a full recipe up on the blog).
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* excuse the images – I only had my iPhone to hand.

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14 thoughts on “Slow Cooker Bread

    1. rachaelphillips

      @FitzBowden I think I may do a few slow cooker recipes. I’m not the perfect cook but who is?! I set the slow cooker on high btw x

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  1. Rob_Newport

    @rachaelphillips This was third day stew which is always the best. Oddly enough she did warmed up packet bread but it’s just not the same.

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      1. PatWilsonWLR

        @rachaelphillips Daughter wants slow cooker so she can do it, see what you’ve started, told her to visit you & sample as she’s nearby

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        1. rachaelphillips

          @PatWilsonWLR Ha yeah I’ll have an open day ;) I got a great slow cooker from asda £3 perfect for students!

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