Breadmaker £34.99 @ Aldi
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Breadmaker £34.99 @ Aldi

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Found 21st Aug 2013
Spotted this in the Aldi flyer in store. I've no idea if its any good or not but it looks like a good price and has a good range of functions. Might be worth a try for anyone in the market for a breadmaker. On sale from 18th August.

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anyone bought one of these and tried it yet?

Banned

all sold out in ours , this was on sunday!!

Probably buy one if I had the house on the market Otherwise just another gadget to fill up the back of the kitchen cupboard.

If you've never owned a bread-maker, this might be a good one to start with. Cheap, 3 year warranty (deffo worthwhile as things do break on bread-makers), two kneading blades and most important of all, a decent motor 650W motor.

I bought a more expensive one last week. Dough!

Hiya all bread geniuses,

I am after a bread maker where I need to just dump flour in the night and go to bed to be woken upto freshly baked bread and its smell at desired time.

Any suggestions?

We have a James Martin one made by Wahl that we can set on a timer to do this, Its a superb bit of kit!!

my Panasonic 254 ia syill great & used regularly.

Ive bought a breville stand mixer in attempt to make this Asian sweet dough recipe. On first attempt, the dough climbed up the dough hooks and into the mixer, resulted in a sweet motor burn. Going to try and get a refund.

Anyway, does anyone know if these can produce good results?

I have a Panasonic breadmaker and would no longer buy any other make. Prior to the Panasonic I had a couple of other makes but they did not last long and the results were nowhere near as good as the Panasonic. However, the Panasonic comes at a high price.

Nice one, cheers.


What does it do again mate?

sreddar

Probably buy one if I had the house on the market Otherwise just … Probably buy one if I had the house on the market Otherwise just another gadget to fill up the back of the kitchen cupboard.



Thankfully, for me, there are quite a lot of people who feel the same way as you (especially those who get bread makers as wedding/anniversary gifts, etc) so the second-hand market in bread making machines on Flea bay is quite healthy. They are large and heavy items (not easily posted) so anyone willing to bid and pick up can get a good bargain!

These are great for those of us who are wheat/gluten intolerant and can't afford the "special" breads in supermarkets and chemists.

sreddar

Probably buy one if I had the house on the market Otherwise just … Probably buy one if I had the house on the market Otherwise just another gadget to fill up the back of the kitchen cupboard.



I find just making some toast works as a much cheaper and easier alternative to give that nice breadmaking smell to con people into buying a house

Had one of these for a few years now, works fine and had a nice wholemeal loaf out of it last night. So yes recommend for the money

I always just make bread by hand don't bread makers leave a big hole thru your loaf? My dads one did years ago, the mixing bit stayed in throughout the whole process.

Ed Winchester

Nice one, cheers. What does it do again mate?



Brotbackautomat

Good machine to start with, but Panasonic are the only brand to go for if you find home baking suits you........

Joe90_guy

If you've never owned a bread-maker, this might be a good one to start … If you've never owned a bread-maker, this might be a good one to start with. Cheap, 3 year warranty (deffo worthwhile as things do break on bread-makers), two kneading blades and most important of all, a decent motor 650W motor.


How do you know it has two blades?
How do you know the motor is a decent one?
The wattage is on the low side, some are 800w and up.

Bought one on Sunday, works great plus 3 year guarantee, fab buy!!

Hiya all bread geniuses,I am after a bread maker where I need to just … Hiya all bread geniuses,I am after a bread maker where I need to just dump flour in the night and go to bread to be woken up to freshly baked bread and its smell at desired time.Any suggestions?



Panansonic this is what I do near enough everyday. Once you have made fresh bread its very hard to buy horrible processed loaf from the shops full of preservatives.
Edited by: "alera" 22nd Aug 2013

I'm after the one that makes the financial stuff!

Agree with all the advocates of the Panny - best by far. Try your own fresh bread and see how quickly it goes mouldy, then think about the nasty preservatives which must be in shop bread which doesn't go mouldy. Homemade beats nasty CBP bread any day!

higgly3

Bought one on Sunday, works great plus 3 year guarantee, fab buy!!


Hi I was wondering how you have gotten on with the breadmaker? Is it a good loaf?

I bought the same one from Lidl a while back, its a great machine, my one lasted almost 5 yrs and I used it a few times a week. Made a good loaf and never had a bad loaf. The one I had was 2 blades. At the end the machine/motor was still going, but the blades had worn and kept falling off.
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