Crock-Pot Peanut Butter Bread

Crock-Pot Peanut Butter BreadThis bread is more of a thick bread compared to a yeast based bread.   Feel free to add peanuts or use chunky peanut butter to add to the texture.

Crock-Pot Peanut Butter Bread

Rating: 41

Prep Time: 30 minutes

Cook Time: 5 hours

Total Time: 5 hours, 30 minutes

Yield: 6-8


3/4 Cup Hot Water
3/4 Cup Peanut Butter
3/4 Cup Milk
1/3 Cup Sugar
1 Egg
1/4 Teaspoon Salt
2 Cups Flour
4 Teaspoons Baking Powder


  1. Add Hot Water and Peanut Butter in Bowl. Mix well to solidify the Peanut Butter.
  2. Add remaining ingredents to water/peanut butter mix.
  3. Mix well until you see no more lumps.
  4. In bottom of crock put trivet or metal rack, then place mold on top. Or use a crock type bowl that sits inside 6-quart crock-pot.
  5. Cook on high for 5 hours.

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  1. Amber says

    What could I use instead of a metal rack or trivet? I dont have those. Or could I just put it in the crock pot? Thanks

    • Lady Katie says

      If you have a smaller cake pan or bread pan that will fit in the crock pot, that will work too. I used a smaller crock type pan (similar to a casserole pan that comes with a lid). You mainly want something to fit in the crock. You could try putting it straight in the crock itself. The bread will fill the bottom of the crock. Your biggest issues will be getting it out.

    • Lady Katie says

      No I did not. You could actually use any type of oven safe baking dish. I just happen to have this old crock type container that is the perfect size to fit right in my larger crock-pot.

  2. Susan says

    Hi! I tried this and it tasted awful. My son smelled it a few times and he kept saying how great it smelled and he was soooo anxious to try it but we were terribly disappointed. I followed the recipe exactly but I have a 4.5 rather than a 6. The outside was burned too. This is my first ever experience with a crock pot – I just got it. Surely using a smaller one would not affect the taste??

    • Lady Katie says

      a new crock-pot tends to be a little hotter. And size can matter. I have found that once something is past its prime in the crock-pot, it tastes horrible. I am sorry this did not turn out for you.

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