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Cuisinart 2 Pound Convection Bread Maker

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Fresh bread doesn't get any fresher - or easier - than this! Cuisinart offers expert engineering in smooth brushed stainless to deliver a sensational-looking Convection Bread Maker that automatically adjusts speed and timing, and circulates air while baking. Exclusive Low Carb, Gluten-Free, and Artisan Dough settings are just 3 of 16 preset menu options available with the touch of a button. Cuisinart adds 3 crust colors and 3 loaf sizes, to give bread lovers a choice of over 100 bread, dough, cake - and even jam - combinations!

  • 16 pre-programmed menu options–including exclusive low-carb, gluten-free and artisan dough
  • Unique convection feature circulates air for superior crust color and texture
  • Artisan dough: takes basic dough through several long, slow cool rises for chewier textures and rustic crusts
  • 3 crust colors and 3 loaf sizes (1, 1.2 and 2 lbs.)
  • Audible tone indicates time to add fruit, nuts and other "mix-ins"
  • Second tone offers option of removing paddle before baking or removing unbaked dough to shape by hand
  • 'Stay-cool' handles and lid with viewing window
  • 12-hour delay start timer and 'bake-only' option
  • Large classic

More Info
  • Dimensions: 12.8x15.8x18.7
  • Made In: China
  • Color: N/A
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Cuisinart 2 Pound Convection Bread Maker

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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)


No more store bought bread

By Karen O

from Louisville, KY

Comments about this product:

It makes wonderful bread and is very easy to run. It took 3 loaves for me to get through the learning curve, but all 3 loaves were still excellent. My only negative is that it has some noticeable sound as it mixes and kneads, but I can live with it. I was having trouble getting the baked loaf out. The instructions simply say to shake the pan till the loaf falls out. I finally realized that when I turn the pan over to empty it, if I turn the piece of metal that turns the paddle, the bread will release, and will fall out with little if any effort. I will be trying all sorts of breads and I sure am enjoying it. I read some complaints about the signal beeps. These don't bother me since I make my bread in the morning and not overnight.

(3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)



By Cindy H

from Leesville, LA

Comments about this product:

Easy to use. I made Beer Bread 2lb loaf and it took about 3 hours, crust was real hard, will use the light crust next time, used medium as the book instructed the first time.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)


Replaces identical one that died age 8 years

By Phillipa Z

from Applegate, MI

Comments about this product:

I had exactly the same model purchased about 8+ years ago. It was used 1 to 3 times a week and worked beautifully. I finally died, and was replaced by current one. I've used other machines, and this one is the best!

(3 of 7 customers found this review helpful)


Not impressed

By Susan L

from Berthold, ND

Comments about this product:

I have only had one opportunity to make a loaf of whole wheat bread. While the machine was working it was very noisy. Plus the bread turned out as hard as a rock. So I am going to try white bread this time. But not very impressed at the moment.

(7 of 9 customers found this review helpful)


Easy to learn to operate

By Barry C

from Fredericksburg, TX

Comments about this product:

Bread maker comes with an excellent operations guide and many good recipes that are simple to follow. Our first loaf was more like a brick; then we discovered the barometer was extremely low. We tried it again when the barometer was high, and the loaf was perfect. So beware of weather conditions. We like the feature that allows us to remove the paddle before the baking cycle comes on. Handle the lump of dough carefully, though, when you roll it aside to remove the paddle, because if you "injure" it, there's not much rising time left for it to fix dents and furrows. What you see is likely what you'll get.

(0 of 9 customers found this review helpful)


My new bread machine

By Linda H

from Bentonville, AR

Comments about this product:

I haven't had a chance to use it but I am very excited about having the convection read machine - I can not wait to get is going

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)


Loved the look of this ...

By Clarissa U

from Rumney, NH

Comments about this product:

Loved the look of this machine as it matches our other kitchen appliances. It has a larger footprint than I thought it would but since we use the bread machine at leat 3 times a week the counter space is being used efficiently. Quieter than our last machine and we hope to have this one for just as long (10 years)!

(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)


Failure to rise

By Dennis M

from Phoenixville, PA

Comments about this product:

Tried twice to make 100% whole wheat without success using the recipe that came with the machine. Don't want to make white bread. Will continue trying other recipes.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Convection Breadmaker

By Muriel K

from Northville, MI

Comments about this product:

For at least ten years I had a Panasonic Breadmaker. It was wonderful!! As they no longer make breadmakers, I decided to purchase a Cuisinart Breadmaker. I am so very disappointed in the product. I have used it twice and each loaf of bread was a disaster. I followed the instructions carefully but to no avail.

(3 of 7 customers found this review helpful)



By Erika S

from Leander, TX

Comments about this product:

After I used the bread maker for now 5 times! the machine quit working. I just used the

braed maker at our vacation appartment which one we visit about four times a year. The last time, trying to make a white bread, the machine just stoped and made very loud noises. After some minutes I just unpluged the machine.

Finally " I can not recommend to buy this one!"

(12 of 13 customers found this review helpful)


Excellent bread maker

By William Y

from Orlando, FL

Comments about this product:

I have used other brands of bread makers with varying degrees of success.ÌÀ This one, however, is the best.ÌÀ It's easy to use and program, easy to clean and results are wonderful.ÌÀ I've made both recipes from the product booklet and adapted a few from some favorite family recipes.ÌÀ The bread has turned out on all occasions to be wonderful.ÌÀ I highly recommend this product.

(28 of 28 customers found this review helpful)


Like others, I had qualms ...

By Carol T

from Yachats, OR

Comments about this product:

Like others, I had qualms about the Cuisinart after reading many negative

reviews. I did a LOT of research and decided that if I got a machine that

functioned as it was designed to I would probably be satisfied with it. I was

interested in a bread baker that could bake French/Italian (something which

my Zo, which finally needed replacing, did not do) and was intrigued by the

convection fan (since the Zo often had much lighter tops).

Cuisinart seemed to have trouble with their baker in the early days. Folks

that were lucky enough to get a good machine were pleased, but the many

that received a lemon were not at all happy with the product.

I am pleased to say that I have been very happy with my bread baker.

Many of the glitches I have read about in other reviews have never

happened to mine. In some cases I found that certain things that were

complained about could be answered by a thorough reading of the manual

(which is easy to read and explains everything in detail). WARNING: some

aspects of this machine are slightly different from other bakers I have used,

so reading the instructions does help.

Yes, the machine does tend toward a dark crust - I keep mine on light and

it is fine.

I do occasionally get a bit of flour kicked over onto the element, but only if I

have had to add more.

The 2 lb. loaf is tall - I tend to make 11/2 lb. loaves more often now.

The 1 lb. loaf is great for dinner!

the Artisan setting is fabulous for putting my specialty doughs together and

forgetting them until ready to bake.

I have also used the rapid/quick setting and get almost equally good


Considering the price, I feel that I have gotten a wonderful deal!

Five stars

(35 of 44 customers found this review helpful)


According to the ...

By Ed H

from Dayton, OH

Comments about this product:

According to the features, this looks to be a good product, but I have returned two of them. The first one I got, the crust was really hard, and it made a lot of noise. The new one was worse than the first one. I just don?t understand how two bread makers from Cuisinart, of all brands, were defective. The second one I got made a racket when it was baking as the ?convection fan? sounded like it was rubbing against something. The kneading was also loud, but I think that is by design not defect. The loaf came out not mixed well (there was still flower in the corners) and the crust was hard as a rock. Major bummer.

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