Morphy Richards 48248 Compact Breadmaker Graphite
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- Unique collapsible kneading blade for the perfect shaped loaf
- 2 loaf sizes, 1lb, 1.5 lb
- Choice of 10 baking programmes including cakes and jam
- 3 crust settings, light, medium and dark
- Add ingredients signal
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- 10 Programmes
- 3 Crust settings (light/medium/dark)
- 13 Hour programmable timer
- Large viewing window
- Cool touch
- Add ingredients signal
The smell of baking bread is a delight to the senses and now with the Morphy Richards breadmaker, baking your own bread has never been so easy. To make your own 1lb or 1.5lb loaf, simply place all the ingredients in the non stick bread pan and the breadmaker will automatically mix, knead, prove and bake the loaf. The kneading blade drops down during the bread making cycle to help bake the perfect shape loaf. There is a delay time button so you can wake up to fresh bread in the morning.See all Product Description
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Top Customer Reviews
There are some problems with this machine though:
a)It's not very compact as a unit, but the loaves are - they are rather cuboid which makes the slicing a bit strange.
b) It's a little temperamental - flour changes or ambient temperature changes are likely to affect the final result of the bread and it takes a while to learn what's what.
c) It's noisy - we run ours at night but sometimes it wakes us up!
Bought this product for my wife who had done some homework with 'Which' magazine. It turned out to be all that she had expected and wanted. A good product and and also one of value for money. She has found it to be far superior to the older and cheaper machine she had used previously. As an unlooked for bonus I, a fussy bread eater, like the loaves she now produces.Not quite the best thing since sliced bread but a very good buy!
Now using it for most of the bread eaten in a household of two people. The small (1lb) loaf lasts a couple of days, and stays fresh throughout. Lovely texture - far nicer than shop bought. Follow the instructions provided - they work well. So far have made several basic white and one chocolate loaf (this one was particularly well received!)
Size wise, this breadmaker is tall but not cumbersome. It doesn't take up too much space on the worksurface, and when shut fits easily under the wall cabinets. It does, however, need to be brought well forward for the lid to 'clear' our wall units when raised (i.e. to fill, add ingredients and then to empty at the end of the programme).
So - a good buy, especially for a couple / small family.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Advantages:Reliable, simple, makes jam and dough too, has additional 10 min bake.The size of loaf is good for a family of 4 for a day - to make fresh one the next day. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Emma Zon
Smashing Birthday Present from my Son. Would use it everyday if I didn't love the bread so much, have put on pounds! So easy to use, the smell of baking bread is beautiful.Published 17 months ago by Papillon et Fleur
I bought this machine in June 2010. I use it twice a week and it makes lovely bread. The problem is it wears out quickly. Read morePublished on 17 Feb. 2014 by Mrs. N. Ferguson
I bought this model in February 2010 and it is on its last legs. Already replaced the pan - it started to leak and the paddle. Read morePublished on 8 Dec. 2011 by J. C. Farrar
I purchased this model in stainless finish 5 yrs ago for £35 direct from Morphy.
Fantastic for the price paid excellent timer.original mixing pan & paddle still in use. Read more
Having first purchased this product in August 2010, it lasted precisely 6 months before developing problems. Read morePublished on 6 Nov. 2011 by MR King
Just love this bread maker. Working perfectly. Recommend to everybody to buy it. All my friends love the bread from it. Thank you. Very happy customer.Published on 26 Sept. 2011 by Katy
Inwas pretty disappointed with this bread maker - I bought it as a present for my parents and the first time we used it, the blade at the bottom of the maker was baked inside of... Read morePublished on 26 Aug. 2011 by Elliot as