You would find a bread machine in the house of a hobbyist or someone who just wants to have a taste of their fresh bread. Particularly for people, who want to make gluten-free bread, this unit can serve incredibly well and save them from the expensive products from the market.
Bread machines come in different types. You might want the regular shaped bread, or you might want something else because you can get the regular in the store easily. These machines are also different by the amount of loaves they can make. So if you are interested in getting a bread maker machine for your home, you have come to the right place. Here are the 10 best bread maker machines that you can buy right now.
10. T-Fal Bread Maker Machine ($112.53)
This unit by T-fal is a programmable bread maker machine with a stainless steel housing. It has 15 programmable settings including gluten-free salty, gluten-free sweet, gluten-free cake, rapid whole wheat, whole wheat, salt-free, super quick, quick sweet bread, French, sweet, cooking, dough, cake, jam, and pasta. You can make three loaf sizes i.e., 1, 1.5 or 2 lbs and three crust settings i.e. light, medium or dark. The non-stick inner pan allows for easy cleaning and the unit comes with a measuring cup, spoon, hook, kneading blade, and recipe book with 25 recipes.
“Quite nice for our first bread maker! Makes pretty good French bread and pizza dough — this is what we’ve tried it for so far. It’s a bit noisy when it’s kneading the dough, but I don’t know how it compares to other models. It’s not too bad, though — just noticeable.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
9. SKG Bread Maker Machine ($97.00)
This unit by SKG is a 2 pound, user-friendly bread maker machine. It has a 15-hour delay timer and 1 hour keep warm function which allows you to get fresh warm bread at any time. The inner pan is non-stick and has a handle for easy cleaning. The bread pan is designed to make bread evenly dense inside out during cooking. It weighs around 10 pounds and stands 15 inches tall. Looks great on the countertop.
“Dough comes out fantastic. Perfect for fruit bread.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
8. Rosewill Bread Maker Machine ($56.99)
This is RoseWell’s ultra-fast, programmable bread maker. It has a capacity of making 1.5 to 2 pounds with a loaf size of 700-900g, ideal for large families. It features 12 digital programs i.e basic, french, whole wheat, quick, sweet, ultra fast-I, ultra fast-II, dough, jam, cake, sandwich, bake and three crust settings for a variety of bread, dough and jams. The ultra fast setting bakes bread in under an hour and the ‘keep warm’ function keeps the bread warm for about an hour. The non-stick pan makes it incredibly easy to use, and the unit has non-slip feet for safe setup.
“I’ve been using this bread machine on a weekly basis for almost a year, and it’s been working exceedingly until the inner pan was recently scratched by accident. I couldn’t find a replacement on the market so that my boyfriend contacted the company for buying a pan. Their customer service responded shortly and sent us a new pan from their warehouse for free. I’m amazed at how helpful the company is, despite that they are not specialised in making bread machine. Also speaking of the machine itself, I find it just as good as the brand-name ones with a fraction of the cost. Highly recommend!” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
7. Kuissential Bread Maker Machine ($99.99)
This unit by Kuissential is a 2-pound programmable bread machine with an auto fruit and nut dispenser. You can make 1.5 to 2 pounds loaf with light, dark or medium crusts. It has 13 different settings for making pieces of bread, jams and doughs. You can quickly put a 13-hour delay timer and keep your loaf warm using the ‘keep warm’ function. Comes with a cup and measuring spoon. The dispenser area can hold finely nuts and fruits of around half a cup quantity. The 13 settings include Basic (white and mixed bread), French, Whole Wheat, Sweet, Rapid, Multigrain, Sandwich, Gluten-Free, Dough, Cake, Jam, Bake, and Home-Made (customizable setting).
“This is my very first bread machine, and I love it! I have made two loaves of white bread for my family, and they say it is better than any store bought they ever tasted. I am so pleased 😀 I can’t really get into specs for this review because I don’t really understand them, but I followed the directions on the premixed package of bread mix and, the instructions regarding the bread machine, and let me not forget to the email I received with tips on how to and while! I bake bread! I am tickled pink to have gotten this at a discount for my honest opinion/ review. This bread machine is easy to use and bakes up a wonderful loaf of bread. I know that it does a whole lot of other bakery kneading stuff and I will get around to making them all. This was the right machine to start with. (:” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
6. Hamilton Beach Bread Maker Machine ($50.18)
This unit by Hamilton Beach prepares healthy, whole grain bread in three easy steps which add ingredients, select a cycle and starts. The recipes include gluten-free to French bread and have 12 working cycles which include jam as well as cake. You can set the crust setting according to whatever you like, and you can also use it prepare dough for pizza. The delay timer lets you add ingredients and begins the baking process later, and the non-stick pan allows for easy cleanup in the dishwasher. You get an audible reminder for fruits and nuts, comes with non-slip feet and includes an extra kneading paddle so you can make a loaf while the other paddle is in the dishwasher.
“I bought this bread maker because I had found a low-carb bread machine recipe. I have made two loaves and one I doubled the recipe. I did this on setting 3, and they have turned out great! I have also made whole wheat, banana bread and an orange cake loaf for my husband. It doesn’t get much easier than this folks. No mixing bowls and beaters to clean! One pan clean up ! ” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
5. Zojirushi Bread Maker Machine ($299.00)
This unit by Zojirushi is a traditionally styled breadmaker. It makes large rectangular shaped, 2-pound loaves. It includes a gluten-free as well as a custom menu. The dual kneading blades knead the dough thoroughly, and the quick baking cycle prepares bread in around 2 hours. The LCD makes it incredibly easy to check the completion time and set up the timer while the additional heater on lid allows for even baking. You can set a delay time up to 13 hours and program your cycles in certain models as well. The menu settings include basic bread, wheat bread, gluten free bread, sourdough starter, dough, jam, cake, quick bread and three homemade menus.
“I have had this Zojirushi for just under one year now and still love it. I’ve had no problems whatsoever. It’s a solidly built unit although it does take up quite a bit of counter space. It’s also quite heavy. Initially, I would put it away in the pantry when not it uses but because of its weight I decided just to leave it on our breakfast counter and only put it away when we have company. It’s reasonably quiet. When I use the timer and set it to start up around 6:00 am I can hear it from my bedroom but only because I’m a light sleeper. I can watch tv in the family room open to the kitchen without a problem. It’s easy to use, and I love the variety of settings. I have yet to have a bread failure. There’s only 2 of us in the household, so I only make a small loaf about once a week; I tried the 2-pound size early on, and it was too much for us to eat and wouldn’t fit into the toaster. I expect to be using this unit for many more years.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
4. Jarden Bread Maker Machine ($56.65)
This unit by Jarden is also a 2-pound programmable bread maker only with 12 cooking functions which include three shade selections, 13-hour delay bake, LED display, touch-control panel. It is incredibly user-friendly. Simply add ingredients and then make the desired selection. It has a larger LCD, a see-through window and is reasonably quiet.
“I have had mine now for several years and loved it! I purchased this one for my niece as her birthday present. Hope her serves her as well as mine has served me. Very versatile machine!” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
3. Cuisinart Bread Maker Machine ($87.00)
Cuisinart’s Programmable bread machine bakes 1, 1-1/2 and 2-pound loaves and has 12 programmable menu options including three crust settings, 13-hour delay timer. The removable lid pan makes it easy to clean and has stay-cool handles. Accessories include a measuring cup, a measuring spoon, and foolproof recipes for gluten-free bread, as well as jams and sauces. The LCD displays the loaf size, crust colour selection and the unit has 11 preprogrammed menu options.
“My wife has Celiac disease and a good gluten free bread is impossible to find ready made. We must bake our bread if she is going to have bread that tastes good. We have found the bread mix from Gluten Free Pantry is great. But our old bread machine, a Breadman Ultimate was not turning out a consistent product. It was less than a year old and quit working. Which turned out to be a blessing. Based on our experience with other Cuisinart products and the reviews on Amazon we decided on the Cuisinart CBK-100. The gluten free cycle is perfect. It bakes the best gluten free bread we have ever had. We have used Gluten free pantry Sandwich bread mix and also Bob’s Red Mill gluten-free multigrain mix. WOW! The bread is so good that I even like it. This bread is light, and the crust is perfect. It even is easier to slice. If you are looking for a bread maker that turns out excellent gluten-free bread, this is the one to buy” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
2. Oster Bread Maker Machine ($59.99)
This unit by Oster has up to 2 pounds of loaf capacity with 12 bread settings and three crust settings for a variety of bread, dough and jams. The 13 -hour programmable baking timer allows for fresh bread anytime, and the large LCD displays each stage of the bread making process. The warm settings keep the loaf warm. Just set it and forget it.
“I’ve wanted a bread maker for a long time but was sceptical how well it would work and didn’t know how much I wanted to spend. After reading the reviews, I’ve decided to give it a try. I highly recommend this model. Who needs to pay hundred of dollars for a bread maker when you have this model for 1/4th of the price and works great. I love it. I should have bought it long ago. Now I have to try gluten free recipes and master it.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
1. Panasonic Bread Maker Machine ($98.99)
That’s Panasonic’s automatic bread maker with yeast dispenser and 2-1/2 pounds loaf capacity, ideal for a large family. Along with 13-hour delay timer, the programmable menu options make planning easier. The non-stick pan is easy to handle, and the unit automatically adds yeast at the optimum time to ensure perfect bread. The unit’s top-access, soft-touch, push-button control panel with an LCD digital display helps ensure easy programming. You can choose from three different loaf sizes (medium, large or extra large) and the crust colour (light, medium or dark). It also offers up to six different types of bread or dough options–Basic, Whole Wheat, Multi-Grain, French, Pizza, and Cake. Baking modes include Bake Only (ideal for fruitcakes, gingerbread and teacakes); Rapid Bake (reduces the baking time of basic and whole-wheat breads); Raisin (offers an audible beep to signal when to add raisins, dried fruits, or nuts into the dough); and Sandwich (produces bread with a soft crust). Dough modes include Pizza, Rolls, and Raisin Dough. Excellent buy!
“I purchased this machine as a replacement for a Philips bread machine I’ve had for a couple of years. It’s the third bread machine I’ve purchased for myself and had bought its predecessor (the SD-250) for my Parents some time ago. My Philips packed up (the bread tin broke away from its base), and they don’t make spares, so I have to throw the whole machine in the bin – definitely won’t buy another Philips anything. My parents have been most impressed with the Panasonic, and it’s been personally recommended to me by other people, so after reading all the reviews on Amazon.com, I decided to buy one.
So, to the point, I’m thoroughly impressed with this machine. It is reliable and quiet. I took the first loaf I made with it and sliced it to find an even loaf (even from the 1:55 rapid mode). All the other machines I’ve had have had some level of streaking or unevenness in the bread.
As for all the other criticism of the recipe book for its use of weight rather than volume measurements for flour, it is a far more accurate way of measuring flour for any baking. Also, the manual has since been updated (no doubt as a result of these criticisms), and now shows the approximate volume equivalents in all the recipes.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
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