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Lakeland Electric Compact 1lb Loaf Bread Maker Machine Plus Delay Start Function

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  • Wake up to fresh bread every day with the delay start function
  • Crusty, French, wholemeal plus 8 more settings
  • Compact size is perfect for worktops and includes all the measuring tools you need
  • It's so easy to use, just put in the ingredients as per instructions, and set the machine
  • Comes with an instruction booklet with many bread recipes for you to try

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Brand my kitchen
ColourWhite
Item Weight4.3 Kg
Product Dimensions35.4 x 29.4 x 25.2 cm
  
Additional Information
ASINB009WNNAPS
Best Sellers Rank 23,475 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.3 Kg
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Date First Available25 Oct. 2012
  
 

Product Description

With Lakeland's dinky Compact Bread Maker, you can enjoy a fresh 1lb loaf every single day. Taking up no more room than a toaster, its compact shape takes up very little wortop space so it's perfect for smaller kitchen.

With 11 easy-to-use, programmed settings, including crusty, basic, French, wholemeal and a kneading-only function for pizza bases or rolls, simply add the ingredients and leave the machine to do everything else. There's a delay-start function so you can wake up to the sell of freshly baking bread and, for those who simply can't wait... an ultra-fast programme that makes a loaf in just over an hour and a half.

31 x 21.5 x 25cm H. (12¼" x 8½" x 10"). 530W.


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Living in the country, the only way I can have fresh bread without spending a fortune on petrol is to make my own. I've had this breadmaker for a month now, and I've made at least 10 loaves, and every one was perfect. It takes no more than 5 minutes to weigh out the flour and put in all the ingredients (which cost less than 20 pence).

This machine is compact, well-designed and extremely simple to use.

...Update, 1 Sept 2013--still working just fine. I've baked at least 125 loaves by now, and they've all been fine. A couple of times I've failed to remove the loaf from the machine on time and I've had to contend with a rather thick crust, but that's hardly the fault of the machine. And I can now put a loaf on in about 3 minutes, and buying the yeast in bulk I've got the cost down to under 15 pence a loaf.

...Update, 26 Sept 2014--another year of faultless service, despite my dropping it on a tile floor with hot bread still inside. This bent the base, but I was able to straighten it by putting it over a piece of 2x2 in my workmate and tapping it gently with another block of wood. The teflon wasn't damaged. Although you can still see traces of the creases, it sits perfectly level. Now I'm careful to wrap my fingers (and a tea-towel) around the bail whilst removing a hot loaf from the machine! Also, the paddle was sticking on the shaft, which saved the problem of extracting it from the hot loaf, but made it difficult to remove for proper cleaning. Fortunately, I found a tiny brush that worked a treat for removing the built-up carbon inside the paddle, and now it's fine.

So few things we buy these days are really well-designed, functional and durable that I am more than happy to take the time to update my recommendations. It's a pleasure to own.
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This machine is absolutely perfect for 2 people (any more and you would be stretching it a bit). It makes the equivalent of a small half loaf, and give you about 6-8 slices. The machine give you lots of great options when it comes to making the loaf how you would like it. In addition to multiple type of bread settings (basic, wheat, sweet, gluten-free, etc) it also allows you to make just the dough or just bake a pre-made mix (great if your doing something like a quick bread that doesn't require rising time). You are also given the option to do a delayed bake time (up to 13 hour delay), although I find that the bread doesn't rise quite as much once delayed. The machine will also keep your bread warm for up to an hour, but we found it develops a very thick crust and take it out as soon as it finishes. You can also choose how dark you would like the crust (we like it on the light setting).

The beeps which let you know when to add extras (dried fruit, herbs, etc) and 'finished' can be heard on the other side of our flat, which means we don't need to eyeball the clock. They also beep 10 times so if you didn't hear it the first time, you'll hear one of the subsequent 9 beeps.

I have made many loaves using the instructions included in the manual (there is one recipe for each setting) and have followed the pattern to make doughs and loaves from various cookbooks without fail. Make sure you use a nice strong flour, and follow the layering instructions (water, salt, oil, flour, sugar, yeast) and you'll make great bread without fail.

Also, the machine comes with a hook which I eventually figured out how to use. One end is a big open circle, used for lifting the baking container inside, the other side is like a small 'L' and is used to remove the paddle mixer from the removed loaf.

Would highly recommend!
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This is a nice compact size which fits neatly on my worktop, not taking up too much space. It's about half to two thirds the size of most breadmakers and just right for a one/two person household. I have made standard half white/half brown loaves (once thing I would say though, is use Prog.1. and not 3 as this gives a much better result). The fruit bread is to die for, although again I amended the given recipe slightly, using raisins instead of cranberries and pecans (which I do also intend to try!) and adding a little mixed spice. I have also tried some ready mixes (Morrison's Oat and Linseed is particularly good) which work very well. I am so pleased with it I have been making bread for all and sundry and everybody loves it. In fact one friend loved it so much she bought a machine herself, and several others are considering it and probably will! There is a timer which means you can set it to start overnight and wake up to the delicious smell of baking bread. One of the things I especially like is the little hook thingy with which you can easily remove the paddle (which always stays in the loaf when you remove it from the pan although it's not supposed to). Using this the paddle comes out cleanly leaving a minimal hole. Other bread machines I've had in the past have not included one of these and I've had to gouge it out with a knife, leaving a big hole. If you've been wavering, waver no more - treat yourself - you'll be glad you did.
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In our kitchen, space is precious, so I wanted a compact bread-maker which wouldn't take up too much working surface. Besides, there's only two of us these days, so we don't consume vast quantities of bread.
I followed the recipe for a French loaf as my first attempt, and it exceeded my expectation. It was very crusty, light and tasty, but I didn't expect the mixing/kneading paddle to be buried inside the loaf. Extracting it led to a substantial chunk of the loaf base being pulled away, leaving at least one third of my first effort unfit for crusty cheese and tomato sandwiches. I'm not at all sure how to avoid this problem in the future.
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