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Morphy Richards Fastbake Breadmaker 48281 White Breadmaker [Energy Class A] £48.50 Amazon
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Morphy Richards Fastbake Breadmaker 48281 White Breadmaker [Energy Class A] £48.50 Amazon

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Posted 17th Dec 2018
  • 12 programmes from Basic Whites to Cakes, Jam and Dough.
  • Fastbake programme for a freshly baked loaf in under 50 minutes.
  • 3 Loaf sizes - Bakes 1lb, 1.5lb, 2lb loaves.
  • 3 crust settings for bread to your taste every time.
  • Viewing window to monitor baking process.
  • 13 hour delay timer for over night baking.
Cheapest one with these many functions and good brand

Morphy Richards 48281 Fastbake Breadmaker

The smell of homemade bread wafting around the home is one of those classic smells. Bread, fresh out of the oven, with melting butter, is a memorable taste sensation. The Morphy Richards automatic breadmaker can create that experience every morning.
There’s very little effort on the part of the baker because the breadmaker is a sophisticated appliance with a computer memory that does all the work for you. It’s as simple as one-two-three 1. put in the ingredients, 2. select programme from the menus and press start 3. Wait for your bread. But don’t stop at baking bread in this appliance. Besides being able to do all kinds of speciality breads, including wholewheat, you can also prepare doughs for bread rolls, pizza, cake and jam. Everything is easy and tastes homemade – because it is.
Choose from 12 programmes from Basic Whites to Cakes, Jam and Dough with the choice of 3 Loaf sizes (1lb, 1.5lb and 2lb loaves). The Fastbake Breadmaker also gives you the option of choosing from 3 crust settings for bread to your taste every time. The clear viewing window allows you to monitor the baking process and the 13 hour delay allows you to bake whenever is best for you.
The easy to read LCD display and cool touch body means that using and handling the breadmaker is easy.
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mgb2017/12/2018 12:21

Breadmaker? Put it in the back of the cupboard alongside the Fondue set …Breadmaker? Put it in the back of the cupboard alongside the Fondue set and the Chocolate fountain!


No way. Ours gets used every couple of days and produces great bread, far better than any supermarket, even their so called speciality and posh breads.
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Breadmaker? Put it in the back of the cupboard alongside the Fondue set and the Chocolate fountain!
mgb2017/12/2018 12:21

Breadmaker? Put it in the back of the cupboard alongside the Fondue set …Breadmaker? Put it in the back of the cupboard alongside the Fondue set and the Chocolate fountain!


No way. Ours gets used every couple of days and produces great bread, far better than any supermarket, even their so called speciality and posh breads.
BertieWusster35 m ago

No way. Ours gets used every couple of days and produces great bread, far …No way. Ours gets used every couple of days and produces great bread, far better than any supermarket, even their so called speciality and posh breads.



I agree. That's the safest option and it is easy to bake your own bread
mgb2054 m ago

Breadmaker? Put it in the back of the cupboard alongside the Fondue set …Breadmaker? Put it in the back of the cupboard alongside the Fondue set and the Chocolate fountain!



This deal is only for the people who will be using the breadmaker and who believe in that
I can bake really nice bread from home but could never get my breadmaker to bake nice bread. It was always flabby and the crust never crisped up like it did in the oven. Any and all advice welcome. the
CopaceticAnswers4 m ago

I can bake really nice bread from home but could never get my breadmaker …I can bake really nice bread from home but could never get my breadmaker to bake nice bread. It was always flabby and the crust never crisped up like it did in the oven. Any and all advice welcome. the



it could be because of too much of flour. Try reducing some flour and change the setting to soft. BTW...am not an expert in breadmaking, just guessing . apologies if that doesn't work
Edited by: "kingkhan9" 17th Dec 2018
CopaceticAnswers29 m ago

I can bake really nice bread from home but could never get my breadmaker …I can bake really nice bread from home but could never get my breadmaker to bake nice bread. It was always flabby and the crust never crisped up like it did in the oven. Any and all advice welcome. the


Did you leave it in the bread maker for any length of time once it had finished baking? If so, try taking it out straight away and letting it cool on a rack for an hour or two.
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