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use the code zq003 for this price ( £10 off a spend of £30 or more for existing customers) This breadmaker was £55 but reduced to £34 and with the vat adj and voucher comes out at £23.27.

Bakes 1.5 to 2lb loaf. Fastbake setting. 12 settings. Light, medium and dark crust settings. 60-minute timer. Dough setting. Makes cakes and jam. Includes measuring cup and spoon. 2 year guarantee. White.
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#1
does instruction come with it on how to make the bread i havent got a clue
#2
voted hot thanks very much
#3
welshcliff85
does instruction come with it on how to make the bread i havent got a clue
I would guess you get some instructions and the 2 year guarantee is a bonus
#4
oh yeah forgot about the 2 yr guarntee it is a bonus delfinately one of my best buys cant wait for it to arrive now
#5
welshcliff85
does instruction come with it on how to make the bread i havent got a clue


All bread makers come with instructions as exact quantities of ingredients vary a bit between machines, & using their instructions will often give you a better loaf. You normally get a good few recipes for different types + cakes & pizza bases etc...

Also you can use ready made mixes from supermarkets where you just add the packet with some warm water and an optional spoon of oil or knob of butter.
#6
---Kate---;4328146
All bread makers come with instructions as exact quantities of ingredients vary a bit between machines, & using their instructions will often give you a better loaf. You normally get a good few recipes for different types + cakes & pizza bases etc...

Also you can use ready made mixes from supermarkets where you just add the packet with some warm water and an optional spoon of oil or knob of butter.

Sounds like Men could use this as well :thumbsup:
#7
As with all bread makers. You'll use it for about a month then put it in the cupboard once the novelty wears off ;-)
#8
60 min timer is a bit annoying, best thing above breadmakers is setting them to bake bread ready for the morning, which i assume required at least a 12 hour timer.

Still a bargain with the guarantee though.
banned#9
Voted Hot!! ;o)
#10
Could you use a socket timer to make it turn on when you want?
#11
Yes you can use a timer......

And I have never tasted nice bread out of one of these, despite using & altering many recipes. they always taste like cake! or should that be cack! lol

The loaves are smaller than a normal shop bought loaf so unless you like a alot of cake, I'd stick with a good old Warburtons!

Nice find though.
#12
I already have one of these and its superb - instructions comewith it, but you could just buy the bread mix and whack it in (Hovis do a few) and hey presto - 3hours later a lovely loaf of bread!
#13
Fantastic find!!!

Used account cashback of £15 odd so in effect only paying £7.60!!! Have wanted one for ages....

Thank you
#14
Lyniced16
I already have one of these and its superb - instructions comewith it, but you could just buy the bread mix and whack it in (Hovis do a few) and hey presto - 3hours later a lovely loaf of bread!


do you know if it has a setting for gluten free bread?
#15
Nice price. This will be my first bread maker. I have lots of Hovis bread kits from when they were 36p (approx) at Tesco.

Having done a quick search at this price all I could find was a bread making recipe book.
#16
how much is bread mix?
#17
Asda and tesco were selling the bread mixes for thirty odd pence, I think they have gone back up to about 70 pence now, but they do come down in price with instore promotions.
#18
welshcliff85
how much is bread mix?


It varies ... you can get 500g packs for about 75p ... I've bought 2 for 1 packs in store where they were 49p , but those ones had so many E numbers I was put off buying them again :-D
#19
thisismark
Asda and tesco were selling the bread mixes for thirty odd pence, I think they have gone back up to about 70 pence now, but they do come down in price with instore promotions.


So the mix is not much cheaper than buying a loaf.

Like most folk, our breadmaker was used for a month or so ... it's now festering in the garage somewhere. :whistling:
#20
welshcliff85
how much is bread mix?


More expensive than buying loaves of bread ;-)
#21
75p tesco
#22
Superb!!! Just bought one. We have not had breadmaker deal for a long time.
#23
I bought this one for my Mum for Xmas and its great, she makes really great tasting breads with it!

Mmmm in fact theres a loaf in the cupboard... *goes off to make a sandwich* :-D
#24
nothingwitty
Fantastic find!!!

Used account cashback of £15 odd so in effect only paying £7.60!!! Have wanted one for ages....

Thank you


what account cashback please
#25
I order the one from LittlewoodDirect by registring new account and it works out £18 with 15£ off of a £30.
banned#26
Uridium;4328462
As with all bread makers. You'll use it for about a month then put it in the cupboard once the novelty wears off ;-)

true enough with cheapo ones like this.

get a panasonic and you'll use it a lot as bread is far superior to any shop bought.
banned#27
Uridium;4330237
More expensive than buying loaves of bread ;-)

about the same price but not packed with salt, preservatives and E numbers and the taste difference is unreal.
#28
Recieved mine today very impressed, have a loaf in there now
Update ..loaf came out o.k very nice actually
You can set the timer to start with a 13 hour delay, ideal for fresh bread in the morning
#29
Mine arrived today.
Can CONFIRM that this DOES have a 13 hour timer on it which was mis-advertised earlier as a 60 minute timer.
The 60 minute timer is an automatic warmer to keep it all nice n warm after the process is complete.

Have my first attempt on the go right now, a french bread. Just have to wait 3 hours for it!!

Great buy at this price!!
#30
Mine arrived today, extremely well wrapped.

We are munching our way through a 2lb loaf made with a Hovis white bread mix. It is warm doughy and chewy...it's delicious. So from now on we need to ensure that we have plenty of bread mixes in the cupboard so we will never run out of bread.
#31
Got mine yesterday, made a brown loaf from a bread mix and the white loaf from recipe in the instruction leaflet.

Both tasted fab, the machine is dead easy to use & clean.
banned#32
diabeticguy;4353143
Mine arrived today, extremely well wrapped.

We are munching our way through a 2lb loaf made with a Hovis white bread mix. It is warm doughy and chewy...it's delicious. So from now on we need to ensure that we have plenty of bread mixes in the cupboard so we will never run out of bread.

try making a loaf with just flour, slat and yeast. far cheaper than the bread mixes in the long run.
#33
Mine arrived Friday and Im just finishing off my first loaf

mmmmmmmmm parmesan and dried tomatoe toast !


Ronnie
#34
Ordered today, used £15 off 1st order plus 6% quidco costing me just £17.17 in total. Thank you!
#35
Like the sound of this dea.
How much does it actually cost to make, say, a 800g loaf, once you've taken the ingredients and cost of electricity into consideration?

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