Looking reasonable bread maker

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Found 3rd Nov 2016
As about looking a good bread maker, Have no clue about these so need you help, not looking to spend much say around £40, Its for a gift for sister.

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Been thinking about this myself. Check the Morphy Richards 48280 on Amazon at £45. It is their best seller. Panasonic reviews are better but that's £78. Good luck

As a timesaving gadget breadmakers are rubbish. Unless they've massively improved in the last couple of years the results simply don't compare with normal home made bread. If she regularly makes her own then it may not get much use.

As an alternative to shop bought bread plenty of people enjoy them though.


Edited by: "EndlessWaves" 3rd Nov 2016

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jocky32000

Been thinking about this myself. Check the Morphy Richards 48280 on … Been thinking about this myself. Check the Morphy Richards 48280 on Amazon at £45. It is their best seller. Panasonic reviews are better but that's £78. Good luck




thanks bought the Morphy Richards 48280 but seen it cheaper from another seller on amazon £42

Saw that from Hughes but on looking at Hughes website they were selling at this price only in their stores with damaged boxes so didn't want to chance it. Saying that, if box is damaged I'm sure you can return it.

Not within your budget but we have the Panasonic and have had it for more years than I can remember. We make 5-6 loaves a week (2 of us here mostly) and it's amazing. We also make rolls, naan bread, doughs etc.

If the Morphy Richards one has good reviews then go for it.

I've got the Panasonic, the best but Lidls one gets good reviews. They sell it every now and then.

EndlessWaves

As a timesaving gadget breadmakers are rubbish. Unless they've massively … As a timesaving gadget breadmakers are rubbish. Unless they've massively improved in the last couple of years the results simply don't compare with normal home made bread. If she regularly makes her own then it may not get much use. As an alternative to shop bought bread plenty of people enjoy them though.



Yep. In my experience of bread makers, you're lucky to get a loaf that's even on par with Scottish Plain with them. For a quality home-made loaf, you really need to make it by hand, and use a proper oven to proof and bake it.
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