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Bread makers

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by ForestWomble, Feb 24, 2017.


  1. ForestWomble

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    A family member has asked me if I can research bread makers for them.

    They would like one that you just pour in all the ingredients, press a button or two at the start, then it does the rest.

    Also needs to be fairly cheap, absolute limit is £80.

    I know nothing about bread makers, so can anyone suggest any?
     
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    I will try and track down the one we used in a holiday cottage, was super duper easy to use pop ingredients in at night, set the timer and boom! fresh bread for breakfast. They also supplied 3 varieties for us to try
     
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    Thank you. If you can find it, it sounds perfect.
     
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    I have a Russell Hobbs one.It's easy to use and only cost me about £58 I think.
     
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    Thank you, yes, looks like what she is looking for.

    Thank you, yes looks good.

    Hopefully I'll be able to list a few :) Thanks everyone :D
     
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    Sounds good, but maybe a bit fiddly for the person in question.
     
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    Possibly but you don't have to use the dispenser, most days we just make a normal wholemeal loaf where everything goes in the loaf tin - apart from the yeast - I think most breadmakers have a separate dispenser for that.
     
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    I brought my daughter and her boyfriend one for one of their combined Christmas presents It was a Russell hobs one that does all the things mentioned above. They have made all types of bread in it and are really pleased with it, they said they haven't bought actual bread since. I got theirs in a big sainsburys branch just before Christmas for £50 on special. They also had kenwood ones reduced to £50 that were half price from £100 but had sold out.

    I'm pretty sure the one I got was the one in the link on the left, which appears to be well within your budget still at this price, you might even find ones on special.

    http://uk.russellhobbs.com/russell-hobbs-products/cooking-baking/breadmakers/
     
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