Slow Cooker Mozzarella and Herb Soda Bread

Slow Cooker Mozzarella and Herb Soda Bread

More baking in the slow cooker for me this week! Since baking my tropical soda bread recently I haven’t been able to shake the idea of a delicious cheesy soda bread, the ideal accompaniment to salads this summer.

I went for a mozzarella bread this time, with fresh herbs to lift the flavour. Read on for the recipe for my slow cooker mozzarella and herb soda bread.

How to Make Slow Cooker Mozzarella and Herb Soda Bread

Simply make the dough in a few minutes and pop it in the slow cooker. Homemade bread is so easy with soda bread as it doesn’t take long at all to make the dough, and no rise time is needed.

Then just spend a couple of hours tidying up the house/picking up shoes, toys and clothes/other tasks you need to attend to (hope this isn’t just me!) and this delicious loaf will be ready for you by lunch time!

How to Make Slow Cooker Mozzarella and Herb Soda Bread

My trick for making the top of the loaf brown in the slow cooker is to turn the loaf over. It may flatten the top a little but it ensures your crust is more even and prevents the top from being soggy and pale.

Once baked the cheese is meltingly soft within the crumb of the bread and you can serve the bread simply with salads, cheese and cold meats, or on the side of a stew or soup, to be dipped in.

How to Make Slow Cooker Mozzarella and Herb Soda Bread

So what are you waiting for? Make yourself this easy and tasty bread today and enjoy.

How to Make Slow Cooker Mozzarella and Herb Soda Bread

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Slow cooker mozzarella and herb soda bread
Slow Cooker Mozzarella and Herb Soda Bread
Prep Time
5 mins
Cook Time
3 hrs
Total Time
3 hrs 5 mins
 

A cheesy loaf perfect for lunch and with light meals

Course: Baking
Cuisine: Slow Cooker
Author: bakingqueen74
Ingredients
  • 350 g self-raising flour
  • 2 tsp baking powder
  • 0.5 tsp salt
  • 2 handfuls chopped parsley
  • 100 g grated mozzarella
  • black pepper to taste
  • 250 ml milk
  • 1 tbsp white wine vinegar
  • 1 egg beaten, for egg wash
Instructions
  1. First place the milk and white wine vinegar in a jug together and leave to sit for 5-10 minutes until it thickens. These ingredients replace buttermilk in this recipe, you could also use a pot of buttermilk (usually 284 ml) if you have it.

  2. Mix the flour, baking powder, salt, pepper, parsley, mozzarella in a bowl. Slowly add the thickened milk and use a spoon to stir until it forms a soft dough. 

  3. Form into a round loaf shape, slash twice and place on baking paper in the slow cooker.

  4. Brush the loaf with the beaten egg and then cook on high for 3 hours, turning the loaf over for the last 30 minutes.

 

 



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Kat (The Baking Explorer)
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This bread looks yummy, I love the bits of cheese running through it

Jessi
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Jessi

That bread look so delicious in those pictures!!! Great for my next breakfast. Thanks for sharing:)

Claire @foodiequine
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My mouth is watering looking at this – I can almost small the cheese and the herbs. Can’t believe its made in a slow cooker!

Choclette
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Ooh this does sound good. I love cheesy bread and as you say soda bread is a synch to make and always tastes good. Not sure I fancy going around picking up shoes and toys whilst I’m waiting for it to cook though šŸ˜‰

Joyce Hodge
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Joyce Hodge

Question. I am from the US. Just filled my flour container TO THE TOP with all purpose flour. Any suggestions on how to convert this recipe?

Jacq
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Jacq

This looks amazing. Can I leave the dough resting for a few hours before cooking? For example If i make the dough in the morn before I leave for work will it it be ok just sitting unbaked cold in slow cooker for about 6 hours before the timer kicks in and starts cooking it in time for me arriving home? Or does it need to start cooking as soon as the dough is mixed? Thanks in advance. Total bread newbie!

Jenny
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Jenny

No. Will be like a lump of lead.

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Andy
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Andy

Made this ………..lovely

Candie V
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Hi there! I am all new to baking and I just love the idea that I can make bread in my slow cooker! But I am should say confused on the measurements? I wouldnā€™t know where to even start. So could you help me out on the measurements please! Eager to learn and try this wonderful looking bread!