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Reduced at Amazon, the Morphy Richards Stainless Steel FastBake BreadMaker for just £34.99 including free SuperSaver delivery... Freshly baked bread Mmmm... It also makes or bakes cakes and jam?

Features: Compact brushed stainless steel design * Unique kneading blade - drops down during the breadmaking cycle * Bakes a 1.5lb & 2lb Loaf * Fastbake setting * Choice of 12 settings * Light, medium & dark crust settings * Also makes cakes & jam * Add ingredients signal * Large viewing window * Includes measuring cup & spoon and recipe/instruction booklet
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[COLOR=darkred]Manufacturer's Description[/COLOR]
The smell of baking bread is a delight to the senses and now with the Morphy Richards Fastbake Cooltouch breadmaker, baking your own bread is not only easy - it is also very quickTo make your own 2 lb loaf, simply place all the ingredients in the non stick bread pan and the breadmaker will automatically mix, knead, prove and bake the loaf in 80 minutes.There is even a light, medium or dark crust setting.
Benefiting from a unique blade that collapses during the baking cycle, your loaves will no longer be left with a large hole on the underside.
This breadmaker can be used to make a wide range of bakery items from brown or white bread to speciality loaves and pizza dough, you can even use it to make jam.
Imagine how impressed your friends will be as you effortlessly produce homemade rolls for your dinner party - and knowing exactly what ingredients are in each loaf will give peace of mind when preparing packed lunches for the family.

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Use the Morphy Richards 48268 breadmaker to make your own fresh bread. With its unique blade system and 12 browning positions the 48268 breadmaker guarantees success. An audio signal will let you know when to add ingredients. You can keep an eye on things though the window at the top of the machine. You can also use the Morphy Richards 48268 breadmaker to make your own cakes: an instruction booklet will guide you!
#2
Nice one. :thumbsup:
I could do with a new Breadmaker. Mines about 6 years old and is huge. :-(

We woke up to a nice smell of fresh bread on Christmas Day. :-D :-D
#3
Can't beat the smell of freshly baked bread :)
[mod]#4
My breadmaker died a few months back ( i really miss it, just cant beat that smell!), so i'm going for this .... Thanks ray! :-D
banned#5
i replaced my 5yr old breadmaker with one of these in november when they were reduced in littlewoods and its great, i use it every day :thumbsup:
#6
Anyone ever tried baking the bread-mix in a baking tin in the oven?
#7
i have this bread maker it is the bees knees you can even make jam and cakes which is cool its the best on the market and comes complete with a receipe book
#8
Before you buy, read the reviews first on amazon, particularly from customers that reviewed beyond a couple of bakes.

You can't beat the taste of fresh bread. Nothing like it!
#9
dinosteveus
Nice one. :thumbsup:
I could do with a new Breadmaker. Mines about 6 years old and is huge. :-(

We woke up to a nice smell of fresh bread on Christmas Day. :-D :-D


Hey, you copy cats....we did the same. :p
What a way to wake up on Christmas Day....the aroma of fresh bread filling the house. And it tastes FAB too. We've made about 15 loaves since then.....well, the other half has...I have to test it of course.:whistling:
#10
Sounds like a good deal,could be very tempted. Does anybody know how many slices(average) you get out of a loaf and what the lifetime of the loaf would generally be,.i.e, would you get away with baking every two or three days?
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steelbum
Sounds like a good deal,could be very tempted. Does anybody know how many slices(average) you get out of a loaf and what the lifetime of the loaf would generally be,.i.e, would you get away with baking every two or three days?

You will get about 10 good slices and it should last about three days in an airtight container. I suspect it will have all been eaten by then though :giggle:
#12
Great way to sell a house too.. the smell is highly enticing. Gives the impression it's homely :P
#13
Thanks dinostevueus.
The smell of fresh bread will be a nice alternative to the fresh smell from a gaggia coffee machine that i had to buy because of this site!

mmmmmmmmm
#14
Just gone up to £45.90 now.

I wouldn't mind I was looking at this yesterday, pondering. Suprised how quick the price changes!
#15
I have this machine and can confirm that it makes excellent bread. The paddle doesn't actually retract, it just folds flat, so you do still need to remove it from the loaf.
The steel finish tends to show up fingermarks, but is easy to clean.

Keep an eye on the Argos price, as they often discount this model to £34.99, which is how I got mine.

Martin
#16
Thanks for tthe price update :) It's actually £69.99 at Amazon now...
#17
Back at £34.99 delivered!

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