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Breville® Custom Loaf Bread Maker

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Breville’s Custom Loaf is perhaps the smartest bread maker ever. Fresh-baked bread has never been easier to make at home. A clever interface computes temperature and baking time when you make a selection, and a Turn and Confirm dial gets you started on any recipe in seconds. Maker also mixes dough for pizza, focaccia and pasta.

The Custom Loaf allows you to select when you want the bread to be ready, and a dispenser automatically adds fruits and nuts at the appropriate time. Unlike conventional kneading paddles, this paddle collapses, preventing an indentation from forming in the bottom crust. Custom Loaf has 13 automatic and manual settings, including gluten-free and quick-bread settings, 3 crust color options, plus bake-only and jam functions.

An easy-to-read backlit LCD display guides you through the process, and a handy viewing light lets you check on bread without opening lid. The 13-hour preset timer means you can wake up to fresh-baked bread in the morning, and a pause function allows you to hand-shape crusts and add glazes. The bread pan is nonstick for fast and easy cleanup.

Master a variety of recipes and then try your hand creating your own signature bread—the machine stores your personal recipes for later use. The Custom Loaf makes 1-, 1½-, 2- and 2½-lb. loaves. A collection of bread recipes is included. Tough, stainless steel construction is built to last. 830 watts. 15¾" x 9¾" x 14"; 16 lb. 13 oz.
 
  • Model: BBM800XL
  • Includes: Maker, nonstick bread pan, kneading paddle and recipe collection
  • Care: Hand wash
  • Capacity: 1-, 1½-, 2- and 2½-lb. loaves
  • Dimensions: 15¾" x 9 ¾" x 14"; 16 lb. 13 oz.
  • Material: Stainless steel
BENEFITS:
  • Breville’s Custom Loaf is perhaps the smartest bread maker ever
  • Fresh-baked bread has never been easier to make at home
  • Clever interface computes temperature and baking time when you make a selection
  • Turn and Confirm dial gets you started on any recipe in seconds
  • Maker mixes dough for pizza, focaccia and pasta too
  • Select when you want the bread to be ready
  • Dispenser automatically adds fruits and nuts at the appropriate time
  • Unlike conventional kneading paddles, this paddle collapses, preventing an indentation from forming in the bottom crust
  • 13 automatic and manual settings, including gluten-free and quick-bread settings
  • 3 crust color options
  • Bake-only and jam functions
  • Easy-to-read backlit LCD display
  • 13-hour preset timer
  • Viewing light so you check on bread without opening lid
  • Pause function for hand-shaping crusts and adding glazes
  • Master a variety of recipes and then try your hand creating your own signature bread
  • Machine stores your personal recipes for later use
  • Makes 1-, 1½-, 2- and 2½-lb. loaves
  • Nonstick pan for easy cleanup
  • Recipes included
  • Tough, stainless steel construction
  • 830 watts
  • Designed in Australia, assembled in China
 
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Best Bread Ever
I make bread by hand - but I must admit the Breville Bread Maker is wonderful. It allows me to do other things while making bread. The recipes are excellent and I have made at least 10 of them since receiving this 2 weeks ago! My friends are happy.

The light is wonderful at the top, easy to press button and you really can see! Easy selection buttons for all the types of bread that you are making such as whole wheat, pizza dough, dough, etc - and the crust function selection is easy. You can modify a recipe such as cooking time - that is very easy to do. Measure like they say - scoop in the flour to the measuring cup - no dipping in - and you will have a wonderful product.

The paddle is easy to remove if you don't want it at the end of cycle 2 (buzzer sounds) and I think under hot running water, very easy to clean! Do not place pan or paddle in dishwasher - not necessary, just clean right away and you are fine. TIP: When you are ready to place the pan into the machine, look underneath and turn the dial so it is side to side and the pan fits into the maker very easy!

This makes a wonderful crust! It browns beautiful unlike the ""zoe"" competitor and it is so simple to use. Just remember to remove the label covering the selection LCD screen when you get the machine - I didn't, and I thought my machine was not working! Silly me!

I am buying this for my daughter for her Xmas present. The cinnamon bun recipe that comes in the recipe book is wonderful! I do use the gluten that they recommend. I found it at our grocery store
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September 22, 2012
Best Bread Baker I've Had
This is the third bread baker I've owned. All three of them have been by different manufacturers. I chose the Breville because it has more features than any of the other bakers I've used. I've tried three recipes that came with the baker. The first one I tried was the Rosemary Olive Oil Bread and it was a disaster. I put it on Delay Start and it didn't knead the dough so it just cooked the ingredients in a slimy lump. I'm sure I set it up incorrectly. I skipped the Delay Start on the next two loaves of bread I baked. I tried the basic white bread next and it baked a wonderful 2.5 lb loaf that I used for sandwiches and toast. Then I made a Sun-Dried tomato bread (without the feta cheese it called for) in a 2 LB loaf and it came out perfect as well. The separate dispenser was very handy for the diced tomatoes. I use the optional ""Vital Wheat Gluten"" in my recipes as recommended by the manufacturer and it seems to work very well. I also use organic bread flour. This is one of the reasons we bought the bread baker, so we can control the ingredients. The baker has a light button you can use to see the bread kneading and baking. The bread pan is easy to clean and the collapsable paddle leaves a smaller indentation in the bread than my other bread bakers did. Other features I like are that you can choose what size loaf you want to bake, 1, 2 or 2.5 LBS, and you can choose the darkness of the crust. I have only used medium and the crust has been a golden brown. The machine is pretty big and it takes up a lot of counter space but it is very light weight. I think Breville should consider a higher quality Instruction/Recipe booklet. It is a flimsy wire-bound booklet and the cover tore immediately when i tried to remove the sticker they placed on it to remind the purchaser to register the product. The bread baker seems kind of pricey but it has more features than other bakers
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June 13, 2013
Wow. New technology makes a difference!
I've had a breadmaker since 1989 when I bought a Hitachi HB-101. I had that guy forever and wore it out. I used the doughmaking cycle to make cinnamon rolls and my neighbors would smell them cooking and come over with an empty plate. I bought the Breville unit because I like Breville products AND because of the horizontal loaf. Although I have had to adjust my recipes for this unit (apparently no two bread machines are alike), it makes a wonderful loaf of bread and the dough cycle works as well as my old unit. This one has the feature that will add dried fruit or nuts or whatever in the mix-in cycle, and that is a big plus.
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August 26, 2014
Love the Bread Machine
Having never made bread before, we've made 5 loaves and each one came out absolutely perfect. We especially love how easy it was to make a loaf of raisin bread. The loaf of Honey Wheat was super easy and very good. We love how easy it is to enjoy fresh, delicious bread!

By the way, clean up is super easy.

We would definitely recommend this machine
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March 2, 2014
Love this bread machine and its works at altitude
I was a little worried about buying a bread machine living at altitude, but this bread machine is great. We received it a little over a week ago and have made two loaves of the milk and honey bread. The only adjustment I had to make for altitude was starting with all cold ingredients. The bread came out wonderfully and the machine did all the work. I did find after my first loaf that it makes life easier if you remove the paddle before the bread bakes, but it will work if you don't do that as well. Very happy with my purchase!
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February 2, 2015
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Generally good machine but with a few issues
I have used this machine for a year now. This unit produces a generally consistent loaf of white bread for us, time after time. The bread comes out browned evenly on all sides, following the basic bread recipe in its manual. The displays are easy to read and use. As reported the outside does get hot during baking but this is not a problem for us as we have no children or 4 footed animals in our house that might get burned. Unlike some other reports we so far have not had issues with the pan coating coming off and the bread does slide out without sticking to the sides of the pan when done. However I always spray the bottom and the paddle with pan release spray each time I use the machine. Bread and dough does tend to stick to the paddle however and can be difficult to remove if the unit is hot from baking until it cools. I have used the dough settings successfully for sweet dough, bagels, english muffins, challah, and sourdough bread successfully.

The one big issue I have is with the paddle. Aside from sticking to dough or baked bread, dough tend to get trapped inside the mechanism of the collapsing paddle. I find that the only way to clean it properly is to unscrew the set screw holding the paddle to its shaft using an allen wrench, which the Breville does not provide. Once you remove the paddle from the shaft you are left with a shaft with gummy or dirty baked on bread dough surrounding the shaft which is easily removed with soap, water, and a toothpick. I find I have to clean the shaft this way with each bread cycle in order for the paddle to rotate freely on the shaft. As such I recommend that the first thing you do if you buy this machine is to take a trip to the hardware store with paddle in hand and buy an inexpensive hex wrench that will fit the set screw. I have informed Breville about this issue but they do not seem to care about it.

The other minor issue with it is that if you rotate the paddle shaft after removing the bread pan from the unit you may have an issue putting it in properly. This is easily remedied by hand turning the paddle shaft to aligning properly fit into the turning mechanism in the bottom of the machine. This is easily done and the position is not really critical.

All in all I am very pleased with the machine and the bread it makes aside from these somewhat minor inconveniences. Overall I would recommend this product.
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March 1, 2015
 

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