Breville Breadmaster Reviews
Product Type: Breville bread makers
Description:Estimated Price: 53 £ / Power: 600 Watt / Bread Capacity (Max.): 1250 g
Newest Review: ... - despite the fact that it made bread perfectly well for ages -the fact is, it needed replacement parts pretty soon after we ... more
Customer Breville Breadmaster Reviews (18)
by - written on 04/02/01, updated on 27/02/01 (Very useful, 914 readings)
My first taste of homemade bread (from a machine) was at my mother-in-law’s. To be frank, it wasn’t as “scrummy” as I was expecting, being a bit airy, like Nimble for slimmers (can you still get that?). When I took early retirement last year, we concluded that one way my new-found freedom could enhance both our lives was for me to make a weekly loaf. So we started looking for bread-makers. “Why make your own bread?” they ask. “Well, now I’m retired, I knead the dough”, I reply. Geddit? A fortunate accident in the form of a timely Curry’s sale enabled us to buy the Breville ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/08/03, updated on 18/08/03 (Very useful, 1093 readings)
My mum bought me this spectacular piece of machinery for Christmas. She had one herself and made the mistake of offering me a slice of freshly baked bread with home-made raspberry jam. From then on, I constantly nagged at her to make me a loaf. She soon tired of this and decided to buy me one, in the hope I'd leave her alone. I believe this breadmaker retails between anything from £50 - £60 and is available in many stores like Argos, Makro, etc. I don't know the exact cost as I mentioned before it was a lovely gift from my mum. Breville have a long-standing high reputation in kitchen appliances and I am pleased to say that this product is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/01/01, updated on 21/01/01 (Very useful, 3401 readings)
We got this as a Christmas present to ourselves. I have made one attempt to use a recipe that involved kneading dough, and it didn't turn out very edible, so I figured we were not destined to have home made bread any other way! Breville have a good reputation in this area, and the breadmaker is certainly a great new toy. This model (not the same as the other one listed on dooyoo - hence I've not put this opinion there) is fan assisted to help with even cooking, has a clear window so you can watch the whole process, comes with a comprehensive instruction booklet and numerous recipe ideas - which include several gluten free options. Also you can use ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/02/01, updated on 04/02/01 (Very useful, 1381 readings)
The good news, as other dooyoo-ers have said, is that this breadmaker has excellent features and makes delicious bread. It is very easy to use, has a great choice of settings and a very useful delay feature. The accompanying booklet contains a variety of interesting recipes but could be improved if the misprints were corrected. However, the really bad news is that my breadmaker began to go wrong after 18 months of only moderate use. At first I noticed that the rubber seal at the bottom of the bread pan had come loose. Consequently, some of the ingredients were leaking out during the mixing process, then baking hard and apparently stopping the dough hook from ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/11/10 (Very useful, 134 readings)
Although it´s lovely to make fresh, homemade bread from scratch, the process can be a bit messy and tedious - the same goes for dough for pizza and the like. This breadmaker has made the process so much easier, and it´s the work of minutes really to put in the ingredients and set the machine to the correct functions, then sit back and wait for the bread to be ready (a couple of hours normally, although it can be less). You can also set it to a delay function, so it comes on at, say, six in the morning, and makes the bread while you´re sleeping, so you wake up to a batch of piping-hot, just-made bread. At about fifty-sixty pounds, this isn´t the cheapest piece ... Read the complete review
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