Slow Cooker Gluten Free Garlic Bread

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Last week when I shared with you my Gluten Free Chocolate Strawberry Gooey Bars I mentioned that I would be sharing more easy recipes made with Pillsbury’s gluten free line of products. I was sent all the varieties to try out & so this time I decided to work with the pizza dough.  The kicker here is that we have been in the low to mid 90’s & there was NO WAY I was going to turn on my oven when we don’t have AC.  Soooo- I decided to try a slow cooker method I had been reading about for a while now- it turned out great.  I will be making my bread this way from now on- so easy.

Slow Cooker Gluten Free Garlic Bread

We had this with our dinner the other night- the whole family loved it.

 

Slow Cooker Gluten Free Garlic Bread

 

 

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Use this to try my SUPER SIMPLE gluten free recipe using this Pillsbury Pizza Dough

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**Note – results may vary depending on altitude, climate, temperature of the room & humidity levels where you live.

Slow Cooker Gluten Free Garlic Bread

Slow Cooker Gluten Free Garlic Bread

Ingredients

  • 1 tub Pillsbury Gluten Free Pizza Dough
  • 2 tbsp garlic powder
  • 3 tbsp tequila lime seasoning

Instructions

  1. Allow pizza dough to come to room temperature.
  2. Once at room temperature- place in mixer & knead with dough hook for about 5 minutes to get good & soft.
  3. While dough is kneading- spray slow cooker with cooking spray.
  4. Once dough is soft- pull off pieces, roll in a ball & then form into bread stick shape- twist a bit & lay in slow cooker.
  5. Continue to do this until all the dough is used & the bottom of your cooker is full- it's okay to stack them if you run out of room in the first layer.
  6. Sprinkle with your seasonings.
  7. Cover & let cook approx 1-1/2 hours - or until completely cooked through & bottom is a darker golden brown & top is lightly golden.
  8. Unplug cooker- remove lid without letting the condensation drip on bread.
  9. Take 2 paper towels still linked together- lay over the opening of the cooker & return lid. (since you are laying a paper product on top of a hot object- do not walk away- observe this the whole time- just in case)
  10. Let sit 10 minutes to help absorb any moisture & let the bread get a good crust on top.
  11. Remove bread & allow to cool on wire rack or serve warm.
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Slow Cooker Gluten Free Garlic Bread
Such an easy & delicious side to your dinner that everyone can enjoy.

 

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Comments

  1. Monica says

    What if you don’t have Tequila Lime Flavoring? I’ve honestly never heard of it, and don’t have any specialty baking stores nearby. Is there anything I could substitute it with?

    • Monica says

      Ok. I don’t have one of those near me, I think the nearest is over an hour away lol. Thanks for letting me know so soon! I maybe making it with dinner tomorrow.

    • says

      I did see them on the website if you really wanted that particular flavor. But you can just add whatever you have that you like. I usually just grab whatever sounds good to me at the time when I’m putting together something new.

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