Spinach Gorgonzola Cornbread (Crock Pot)

"What a great side dish."
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Ready In:
1hr 38mins




  • Coat Crock pot slow cooker with nonstick cooking spray.
  • Mix all ingredients in medium bowl. Pour batter into crock pot slow cooker.
  • Cover; cook on High 1 1/2 hours. Sprinkle to with paprika for more colorful crust, if desired.
  • Let bread cool completely before inverting onto serving platter.
  • ***** Note ******.
  • Cook only on High setting for proper crust and texture.

Questions & Replies

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  1. vagasa29
    Can the ninja foodi be use for this recipe? Trying to get ideas for that expensive tool. ??
  2. Joan S.
    Anybody try a different cheese? We're not big fans of gorgonzola.
  3. mairz902
    Can you cook this in a rice cooker?
  4. jmdeanell
    Whar size crockpot? I only have 6 qt


  1. erinj
    don't want to rate it, but i would give it zero stars...i had found this one in my crock pot cookbook too...thought it sounded great! (love spinach, love gorgonzola, right?) gross...like eating an old shoe... don't be fooled by the pretty picture and yummy ingredients, they just don't belong together!... on a side note, if you like eating old shoe, it's pretty good looking and did cook up great in the crock pot, i just wouldn't eat it!
  2. Lavender1638Fawn
    I'll use Crockpot again, I'll try in my breadmaker too, I'll never make plain cornbread again. Think I could have done less time, it should have been moister & more fluffy. It didn't come out as bright orange either, maybe that was your lighting. I added the paprika at the beginning, maybe should have added it after, I was unsure reading the recipe, even though it does mention it after the cooking on high bit. Maybe this dried it too, I've nothing to compare it with, only store-bought cornbread & that is dry!
  3. cookinSC
    Just made this last night, and it was delicious! I used plain old bleu cheese because I didn't have gorgonzola on hand. I made half the recipe in my 1.5 qt. crockpot and cooked on high 1 hr. It turned out beautifully! Great accompaniment to soup/stew.
  4. NashJen
    I found this recipe originally in the recipe book that came with my crockpot. I am so glad to find it here! It was a hit with my family, and very easy to make!


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