Nonstick Breadmaker with Express Bake (18.91-in.) by Sunbeam
Save yourself a trip to the store or bakery and make your own bread at home. The Express Bake bread maker lets you enjoy a loaf in under an hour! Choose from 12 cooking functions or set your timer to delay your bread to be ready up to 13 hours later. It's ready when you step in the door, wake up or ... See complete description »
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Save yourself a trip to the store or bakery and make your own bread at home. The Express Bake bread maker lets you enjoy a loaf in under an hour! Choose from 12 cooking functions or set your timer to delay your bread to be ready up to 13 hours later. It's ready when you step in the door, wake up or whenever you wish. Comes complete with instructions and recipes for making a multitude of 2-lb. loaves and more. Touch control panel and removable baking pan clean easily. LED display is simple to read.
I love this bread machine. I have ordered one for my daughter as a Christmas gift.
i HAVE FOUND THIS TO BE VERY EASY TO USE AND IT WORKS GREAT!
My son had a bacon(country style),real vine ripened tomato, lettuce on the loaf I made and said it was the best he had ever had. The bread is light,tasty and baked just right. The price was twenty dollars less than local stores. It also looks good on the counter.
I bought this to replace the same model, which finally wore out after many years of use. (Having baked at least 5 loaves of bread a week! ~not to mention the pizza dough and dinner rolls...)
So far we are very pleased. A very good value for the price!
This is a great breadmaker for the money! I've use the Betty Crocker Bread Machine cookbook recipes and have had fantastic results.
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If you can't finish a fresh-baked loaf of bread within a day or two, slice with a serrated knife and then freeze in a plastic bag. Then, you can just pull out a slice or two to toast whenever you'd like. Using slices of frozen bread is also a great trick when making sandwiches for brown bag lunches. The frozen bread keeps lettuce crisp, and the bread will be perfectly defrosted by lunchtime. Just be sure to wrap in foil, not plastic, so it won't become soggy.