Honey Bread – Canola, Dairy, Egg, Gluten, Lactose and Soy free

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September 1, 2014

Honey Bread – Canola, Dairy, Egg, Gluten, Lactose and Soy free 5 0 5 4
  • Prep: 5 mins
  • Cook: 2 hrs
  • 5 mins

    2 hrs

    2 hrs 5 mins


3.5 litre Slow Cooker

3 cups gluten free SR Flour

1 cup Warm water

1 cup Honey

1/2 teaspoon Salt


1.5 litre Slow Cooker

1.5 cups gluten free SR Flour

half cup Warm water

half cup Honey

pinch salt



1Combine all ingredients EXCEPT cinnamon and mix.

2Line cooker bowl with baking paper and pour mixture in.

3Sprinkle with cinnamon.

4Place a tea towel under the lid and fold over top to catch condensation and prevent your bread going soggy.

3.5 litre slow cooker cook on HIGH for 2 hours

1.5 litre slow cooker cook on HIGH for 2 1/2 hours


1Regular flour works ok too if your diet allows this

Submitted by Felicity Barnett


19 Reviews


July 28, 2022

I made this with regular flour and skipped the cinnamon. Absolutely delicious and so easy to make! A great tea-time delight of say.

I used the same when I did it with regular flour

It’s unlikely to burn out the cooker, I cook dry all the time, but yes you can sit it in a little shallow water to overcome this 🙂 However this will need more time to cook this way then recipe states if using tin and water


July 13, 2022

Do you need to adjust the quantity if using regular SR flour?


July 13, 2022

If you used aoaf tin, would you need to put it in a water bath inside the cooker so it doesn’t burn out the cooker?


April 19, 2020

For those wondering if this freezes ok, I cut 2 thick slices and put them in a zip lock bag in the freezer overnight to give to my mum the next afternoon. It didn’t freeze solid, it felt sponge like… but my mum warmed it up with butter and she loved it!

Don’t focus too much on the word pour, it’s a sticky kind of dough mix, not runny 🙂


April 17, 2020

Hi should the mixture be like a dough or runny.. I just made it and put in slow cooker but it was like a dough and was confused as the receipe says pour the mixture.


April 17, 2020

I made this today. I used normal SR flour and I used the 1.5lL mix. I left mine for the full 2 1/2 hours and thought it wasn’t cooked as it felt squishy on top but took it out to check the sides and it was cooked. It was really easy to make and it turned out amazing and very tasty, especially hot with a little butter. I will definitely be making again and my daughter wanted 3rds 😊


April 16, 2020

This is so easy and yummy!
I used a loaf tin as I don’t have a small slow cooker and regular self raising flour.


April 16, 2020

I used the 3.5lt recipe and used regular self-raising flour. Cooked for just in 2.5 hours and it turned out amazing!!!! Love it and will definitely make it again.

Kristy Power

April 16, 2020

I have a 7 litre sc..probably best not to do this in there?

I used REGULAR SF flour in the 1.5L mix and the time only took 1hr so just keep an eye on yours throughout cooking
This bread is soooooo yummy!
And it’s so easy to cook that my 6year old was able to do it herself needing only minimal supervision
As soon as it was done I had a hot slice with melted butter and … wow .. just wow!
Thanks Felicity for an amazing and easy recipe 🙂


March 23, 2020

We can’t have honey, has anyone tried it with rice syrup or maple syrup?

Yes Anne

I believe Feclicity said you could also use SR flour yes


March 22, 2020

Wondering if you could use normal SR flour?


March 21, 2020

May I ask of normal SR can be used ??? Thank you very much, for your attention in this matter,


August 11, 2019

I used a 1.5L slow cooker and checked it after 2 hours – it was burnt and overcooked. I will try it again in a bigger SC as it still had a nice taste despite being overcooked and sponge like.

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