Make CrockPot Apple Butter Yeast Rolls when your oven is busy or you want bread to cook when you're not going to be home.
Yes, it's April first, but this idea for CrockPot Apple Butter Yeast Rolls from A Spicy Perspective is not an April Fool's Day joke. And if you're skeptical, remember you can even bake a whole loaf of bread in the slow cooker.
So why would you want to bake rolls in the slow cooker instead of in the oven? Sommer, the blogger who created this recipe, says she always burns bread so using the slow cooker gives her more leeway on the cooking time. You might also use the crockpot to "bake" when your regular oven is going to be full with other foods, when it's hot outside and you don't want to heat up the house, or when you want rolls that can cook when you're not going to be home.
I am definitely intrigued! If you try this idea of rolls baked in the slow cooker, please come back and tell us how you liked them.
Ingredients for this CrockPot Recipe:
- dry active yeast
- warm water
- apple butter
- bread flour
- melted butter
- brown sugar (optional)
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Recommended Slow Cooker Size:
Sommer used an oval-shaped 6 Quart Slow Cooker for this recipe.
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