The best breadmakers
Bake fresh bread everyday with a simple to use breadmaker.
We all love the smell of fresh bread, but not all of us have the time to prepare it what with all of the kneading, resting and proving it takes. So have you considered a breadmaker?
Breadmakers are a compact, clean and hassle-free way to create your favourite loaves or rolls from a choice of ingredients, or even simpler, packets of bread mix.
A breadmaker is great if you want to cut down on your salt intake or manage a gluten-free diet. They’ll also mix doughs ready for baking, such as pizza doughs and rolls, and some will create jams and cakes.
Take a look at our top 5 breadmakers available in store and online:
5. Russell Hobbs 18036 Breadmaker
The Russell Hobbs 18036 breadmaker will bake loaves in just 55 minutes with a choice light, medium or dark crusts. The large viewing window on top is great for keeping an eye on the progress of your loaf, as is the digital display.
And if you want to keep you bread warm after it’s baked there’s a 60-minute function that will do just that.
4. Kenwood BM450 Rapid Bake Breadmaker
The Kenwood rapid bake comes in a stylish silver finish and has a great selection of programmes to choose from, including 5 personal settings for you to create your own loaves – plus settings for doughs, cakes and jams.
An added bonus with the Kenwood is that the kneader can be removed so you won’t have a hole in the bottom of the loaf like other breadmakers leave.
3. Tesco BMS10 breadmaker
At under £40, this breadmaker is fantastic! The Tesco BMS10 has 10 programmes and will make 2lb loaves in a wide range of flours. The simple black and silver design will suit most kitchens and the handle means that it’s easy to move around should you choose to store it away between uses.
2. Panasonic SD-2501 Breadmaker
With an 800g capacity this breadmaker from Panasonic will make 2lb loaves and there’s a fast bake option too if you’re in a hurry. A really neat feature is the raisin and nut dispenser, which will allow you to add extra ingredients when you like and give you more options for the type of breads you can create.
1. Morphy Richards 48323 Breadmaker
With a whopping 17 programmes to choose from, 3 loaf sizes and 5 crust options this breadmaker is full of baking options. It also has an automatic dispenser to mix in additional ingredients, such as fruit and nuts, so making your own healthy bread is even simpler – and more delicious!
Wrights Parmesan And Sun Dried Tomato Bread Recipe
Add the bread mix & water according to the following size machines:
- Machine Size 400g (1lb): Bread Mix 250g, Water 160ml.
- Machine Size 600g (1.5lb): Bread Mix 350g, Water 230ml.
- Machine Size 800g (2lb): Bread Mix 500g, Water 320ml.
Consult your bread making machine manual to confirm the capacity & bake on Rapid or Normal setting.
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