For the price, this bread maker offers almost any feature you could want in one of these machines, including three crust shades, 12 pre-programmed modes, and two loaf sizes.
-Can make 1.5- or two-pound loaves
-Has a quick bread setting for dough that isn’t yeasted
-Has a dough setting that prepares dough for pizzas, rolls, and pie crusts
-Made from plastic, which is less durable and sleek than stainless steel
-Doesn’t specify how long its delay timer is
This stainless steel bread maker comes with a measuring spoon, a fruit and nut dispenser, a stirring rod, and more.
-Has a sleek tempered glass touch panel
-Has 17 settings to choose from
-Features 360-degree baking
-Has a bulky build that weighs 15 pounds
-May be too complicated for beginner bakers to use
This bread maker features two rapid settings that can bake a full-sized loaf of white or wheat bread in less than 2.5 hours.
-Features double-kneading blades
-Can make gluten-, salt-, and sugar-free bread
-Has heaters on both the top and bottom for even baking
-Has one loaf size instead of two or three like most other models
-Has a short and wide design that takes up a lot of counter space
The vertical design of this bread maker ensures that it fits comfortably on your kitchen counter.
-Has a removable baking pan and kneading paddle
-Features a timer that delays the bake for up to 13 hours
-Cooks two-pound loaves like other models despite its smaller size
-Offers fewer pre-programmed settings than some other models
-May be difficult to read the dark control panel
This bread maker has 14 settings, including ones for sweet desserts, such as cake.
-Beeps to remind you to add nuts and fruits to your cake toward the end
-Keeps freshly baked bread warm for up to one hour
-Comes with a set of recipes
-Made in China
-May be difficult to determine what all of the icons on the digital display represent