Total Time
2hrs 30mins
Prep 30 mins
Cook 2 hrs

Another crock pot bread recipe from that I'm planning on trying soon. You'll know I've made it when you see my photo attached to the recipe.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Stir sugar into warm water in large bowl and sprinkle yeast over top.
  2. Let stand for 10 minutes then stir to dissolve yeast.
  3. Add next 7 ingredients and beat on low to moisten.
  4. Beat on high for 2 minutes.
  5. Stir in second amount of rye flour.
  6. Grease bottom of 3-1/2 quart slow cooker. Turn dough into cooker.
  7. Place 5 paper towels between top of slow cooker and lid.
  8. Put wooden match or an object 1/8-inch thick between paper towels and edge of slow cooker to allow a bit of steam to escape.
  9. Do not lift lid for the first 1-3/4 hours cooking time.
  10. Cook on High for about 2 hours.
  11. Loosen sides with knife and turn out onto rack to cool.
  12. Cut into 14 slices.
Most Helpful

This was an absolutely wonderful recipe! Thanks, Dreamer in Ontario. I did a few things differently, because my house is chilly: 1) heated metal bowl before adding sugar, water & yeast; 2) put bowl on serving tray on slats underneath dining chair; 3) aimed space heater on it, to keep yeast working; 4) used wood cutting board, instead of counter, for mixing bowl; 5) put hot wash cloth on cutting board, so bowl wouldn't get cold; 6) sprayed entire Crock Pot (I have the original, which does not have a removable crock) & sprinkled it with mill-ground cornmeal; 7) heated Crock Pot on HIGH, before dumping in dough; 8) sprinkled top of batter w/cornmeal. This is a very stiff batter bread. The next time I make this (and there WILL be a next time!), I'm going to try basting top of batter with melted butter, to see if that smooths out the texture.

hikerpatTN October 18, 2012

Excellent! I made it exactly according to the recipe -- except I forgot the oil -- and it came out with a nice firm moist crumb and when it cooled, the crust got crisp. If you put in a cold crock pot, then turn it to high, it rises while the pot heats up. AND note that it's no-knead. Got it all goin on!

kathyblake212 February 01, 2015