Welcome to BreadMakerMachines.com. Our goal is to guide you through the wonderful experience of bread baking with the simplicity and ease of a bread machine. Whether you bake bread occasionally or depend on your bread machine everyday, we’ll do everything we can to help you enjoy the bread machine experience and your continuing exploration of fresh baked breads.
We also feature reviews of some of the most popular bread makers to help you decide on your first machine or the next machine for your bread making pursuits. There are links to more information and easy ways to buy a machine online.
There are also articles and many recipes on all things related to bread machines from new and trending recipes to mastering gluten free, and alternative recipes like jams and jellies that you can easily make in your bread machine.
West Bend 41300 Bread Maker – Full Review
The West Bend 41300 Hi-Rise Electronic Dual-Blade Breadmaker features a bread-pan size that allows for a horizontal loaf that is more traditional in terms of shape, and its dual-blade paddles ensure a very good kneading cycle for proper rise and result. The unit offers 11 pre-programmed settings; 3 crust shades; a digital control panel and a12-hour delay timer. It bakes loaves in a 1 pound, 1.5, 2 pound and 2.5 size all in the horizontal configuration. The pans are non-stick, Teflon. It also has an optional, dual-loaf 1-pound insert that allows you to bake two 1-pound horizontal loaves.
DeLonghi DBM450 Bread Maker
The DeLonghi Bread Maker offers a significant set of features including a hopper that allows you to add fruit or nuts at the appropriate time and 15 custom settings. It also has a very large viewing window in the top and an internal light to allow you to check progress during the baking process. It also features a convection option that circulates the air to create a crispy crust and reduces the moisture that sometimes weighs-down a loaf. The DeLonghi Bread Maker weighs around 19 pounds and measures 17.3 by 18.2 by 12.4 inches (H x W x D).
Hamilton Beach 29882 Breadmaker – Full Review
The Hamilton Beach Homebaker Bread Machine Model Number 29982 is available in Black and measures 12.4 x 16.4 x 12.8 inches and weighs 12.8 pounds. It has 12 settings including gluten-free and whole grain. It features a window in the lid for easy viewing while you bake, and comes with an extra kneading paddle and an excellent book of recipes. It is a very good value and its simplicity makes it a good choice for a first-time bread machine. It will bake loaves from 1 to 1.5 to 2.5 pounds.
Zojirushi BB-CEC20 Bread Maker
The Zojirushi BB-CEC20 Home Bakery Supreme 2-Pound-Loaf Breadmaker features an elongated bread pan that bakes a horizontal loaf similar to the loaf shape you would buy at a store or a bakery. It also features a two paddle design to more thoroughly knead the bread before rising. The machine features 10 settings including Basic, Basic Wheat, Basic Dough, Quick, Quick Wheat, Quick Dough, Jam, Cake, Sour Dough Starter, and Homemade. The Homemade setting lets you program 3 custom settings that allow you to adjust kneading times and cycles, rising time, and baking time in addition to the 3 crust settings.
Panasonic SD-YD250 Bread Maker
The Panasonic SD-YD250 bread maker bakes loaves in 3 sizes including 1.5, 2 and 2.5 pounds. It has 6 cooking cycles including Basic, Whole Wheat, Multi-Grain, French, Pizza, and Cake. It also has additional settings for dough and bake only, and 3 crust color settings. A curious setting is the Sandwich setting which bakes a softer crust, and it also will beep to tell you when it’s time to add fruit or nuts if you’re making that kind of bread. There’s also a 13 hour delay timer. The LCD control panel is easy to see and easy to use.