Five Crock Pots, Five Gluten Free Breads, and a Recipe
Author: Amee - Inspired-Housewife.com
1 1/2Cupsof Sorghum Flour
1/2CupGluten-Free Oat Flour
1 1/4TeaspoonsSea Salt
1Package Rapid Dry Yeast
1 1/4Cupswarm water
3Tablespoonsof olive oilI used extra virgin
1Tablespoonhoney or agave nectarI used honey
Spray or grease for your bread pannot the crock pot
Crock Pot Bread
With the crock pot I have found you do not need to put your dry yeast in your warm water to activate it and make it froth. The crock pot creates a warm and moist environment conducive to your bread rising without any issues.
Take all your dry ingredients and mix in a separate mixing bowl.
If you own a stand mixer like I do put all your wet ingredients in your mixers bowl first. I do this because I always seem to have a dry spot at the bottom and center of my bowl where the dough paddle cannot reach.
Once all the wet ingredients are whipped together add in 1/4 cup of the dry ingredients at a time, stopping your mixer to use a soft spatula to get any dry flour from the sides of your bowl.
Place crumpled tin foil or canning lids like I do on the bottom of your crock pot.
Grease your bread pan, I use a regular sized bread pan that fit perfectly in my six quart crock pot.
Pour your dough into the greased bread pan using your soft spatula to smooth the top and make the top even.
Place bread pan on top of canning lids inside of your crock pot and cover with the lid.
Add a spoon between the crock pot and rubber seal of lid to create a hole for steam to leave.
Turn your crock pot on high and walk away. My bread took me two and three quarter hours to cook, but I recommend the first couple times you check it at the two hour mark to be safe.
Once cooked take pan with bread out of crock pot, then take bread out of bread pan and place on wire rack to cool.
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