I tried the Choc Chip Bread in the slow cooker
Just pulled this out the slow cooker smells amazing. Looking forward to a slab with custard later on
2.5 (320g) cups Self Raising flour
1 can condensed milk (397g)
Good hand full choc chips. 2.5 hours on high.
It’s the same as the banana loaf. I substituted bananas for choc chips.
I just put the tin in. However it has gone a little crispy on the bottom so could be raised up. But i wouldn’t put water in as it would leave it over soggy on top. I actually did it with tea towel under the lid.
I’ve got a spare wire rack from an old grill so I’m going to cut it twice to make 2 different sized shelves so i can have it at 2 different heights where ever needed.
Oh my god I’ve just sliced it and it tastes amazing. It is a bit crispy on the base so could raise it up or reduce time by 10 mins. But its amazing.
You wont regret it. Takes about 5 mins to put together then just pop it in and leave it and carry on with daily activities. I’ve done it a couple times and it never fails to turn out great.
Here’s the chips i used. Not consistent with packet kits.
And my flour that didnt come with any kit.
By Alan Hogg
Members Question…. Is condensed milk the tin?
Alan Hogg Answer…. yes
Member Question…. did you put it in a tin and a tea towel under lid cheers?
Alan Hogg Answer…. this tin with a paper liner and tea towel under lid.
A paper loaf tin liner.
Member Question…. Do I just chop banana up n mix it in lol?
Alan Hogg Answer…. I squashed it through my fingers… mix the flour and milk to form the batter. Then mix the squashed banana in.
Member Question…. What can i use instead of the milk please as i have none?
Alan Hogg Answer…. I wouldn’t have a clue if I’m honest. I’ve only ever done it with the milk.
Member Question…. How do you get the chocolate chips not to sink!
Alan Hogg Answer…. it’s quite a dense mix due to the milk so they dont sink all way to the bottom and the ones on the top I just sprinkled in once I’d sat it in to slow cooker.
Member Question…. Would this work in oven as well ?
Alan Hogg Answer…. I’m guessing so. Would just need maybe 30-40 mins at about 170-180.
Member Question…. I don’t have tin liners and probably won’t be able to get any x
Alan Hogg Answer…. Try grease tin with butter or tiny bit of oil maybe
Member Question…. Do I have to put some water in the SC?
Alan Hogg Answer…. No and put a tea towel under the lid to reduce moisture.
Member Question…. Could you line the tin with grease proof paper as I don’t have any liners?
Alan Hogg Answer…. I would have thought so. I’ve used that method with oven cooked cakes in the past.
Member Question…. That’s look amazing x do you have to put any grease proof paper down and you litterally add all that togther ? X
Alan Hogg Answer…. I did it in a loaf tin with a paper liner in it.