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Enjoy delicious homemade bread without the hassle of kneading when you use the Cuisinart 2-lb. Convection Bread Maker. This bread machine uses convection cooking technology by circulating hot air, resulting in lighter, more evenly cooked loaves. Sixteen preprogrammed cycles allow you to adapt your own recipes, bake sweet or savory loaves, use fresh fruit to make delicious jam, or create perfect dough that you can form and bake in the oven. It can accommodate both gluten-free and low-carb recipes, and it has an artisan dough option that allows you to produce loaves with more rustic crusts and chewier textures. Audible alerts let you know when it's time to add ingredients such as dried fruits or nuts, when you should remove the mixing paddle, and when the cycle is completed. The Cuisinart 2-lb. Convection Bread Maker has features not found in many other bread makers, including a power failure backup that keeps it going during outages and a 12-hour delay timer so that you can add ingredients at night and wake up to the aroma of freshly baked bread in the morning.
Includes 16 preprogrammed cycles
Accommodates low-carb and gluten-free baking
Convection fan circulates hot air for more even cooking
Audible alerts let you know when the cycles end
Delayed start feature lets you wake up to the aroma of freshly baked bread
Power failure backup feature ensures you won't lose a loaf when the lights go out
Brushed stainless steel shell gives it a sleek and stylish look
Includes a complete recipe book with comprehensive instructions
Cleaning & Care: No abrasive cleaners, dry thoroughly
Dough Setting: 3 crust colors and 3 loaf sizes
Material: Brushed stainless steel
Model No.: CBK-200
Programmable Timer: Yes
Special Features: Includes 1 paddle. Nonstick bread pan. convection fan circulates air. Horizontal loaf pan.
This is my third Bread Machine and it is the best of 3 different brand names. I make all my breads and love making that special bread you can't buy in a store. To wake up with the smell of hot bread baking and coffee brewing will make you enjoy getting up in the morning.
This is not the most beautiful appliance you'll ever own, kind of a retro look, but you'll love the bread it puts out. We have had a bread machine for ten years, but when this machine made a loaf we ate the whole thing in one mass munch-out. The insides were moist, but not too moist. The outsides were chewy and just crisp enough. The mixing paddle had been removed so there wasn't the big hole in the bottom of the loaf. And, another good thing, the pan is immersible. All in all a pleasure to use and fairly easy to operate.
This is my 4th bread machine and is the best! I've made 4 loaves so far and all 4 have come out perfect! I've also made pizza crust and it was a big hit with our guests. There's so many options to choose to get your bread exactly the way you like it. I recommend this to anyone who is looking for a good bread machine!
Customer Reviews for 2-lb. Convection Bread Maker by Cuisinart
4.5 out of 5 stars, based on 115 ratings
90% of reviewers recommend this product
90% say this is a "good value"
The only drawback that I have found is that you can't reset the menu after it once starts. It is nice to have the stop button...but with the memory, it is time consuming to wait it out. I have found it to do a good job...although I have not had an opportunity to try all the menu settings.
I was concerned about buying another bread maker ... I have had three others. This is absolutely the best one I have purchased. The first two loaves came out perfect with no changes to the recipies. I love it.
So far, we have made about a dozen loaves of bread with very limited success. We follow directions closely, but still the bread is substandard. If we wanted it to be this hard to have a successful breadmaking experience, we would just stick with the old fashioned way. Maybe we are bad at this sort of thing, but we have had nothing but frustration trying to get good bread out of this machine. It is our first bread machine, and so far, we have not gotten the hang of it. Huge disappointment here.
I just love my new Cuisinart Convection Bread Maker...I just wish there were more recipes in the recipe book...I have found a web site for bread makers though and that has helped..I would recommend this appliance to everyone that loves fresh bread with little of the effort...
This breadmaker looks good- works well and is fairly simple to use. The crust and texture of the bread is more true to oven baked bread than my dak baker which usually was rubbery and soggy in texture. One of my disappointments was the claimed horizontal loaf is not a true horizontal loaf pan size- it is just a bit longer than square shape but it is fine for the 1.5 lb loaf. It does not have a sourdough cycle. And the artisan style bread settings are only for rising and not baking. I mistakenly over looked these features during my bread maker search. But it is a good machine for the price. I like being able to take out the paddle at the beep even though there remains a slight hole imprint after baking due to the design of the machine. Over all it is definitely a good buy! I found the recipes work best if the flour is weighed per cup.
This is the best bread machine I have ever had. It is so easy to use. The bread is so great, nice and brown and very good to eat. My sister in law recommended it to me and I have told so many people about it.
1. Info. manual is disorganized, no index, no way to find details. Reader is evidently expected to memorize it before use. 2. Recipe part of book is also un-indexed. 3. Both part are printed back-to back--if you use markers to mark sections in the manual, then turn the book over to use a recipe, the markers are on the bottom of the part you're reading. Not well designed. 4. Loaves produced are NOT rectangular regular bread sized loaves, more the shape of antique mud bricks. 5. Honey whole wheat recipe doesn't work. Need to add gluten, milk, and more yeast for it to work--and then only in the dough program. Needs to be finished in a regular oven. 6. The cooking cycle is VERY noisy, and also rattles anything on the table it's sitting on. 7. The machine has VERY SHARP EDGES. Unsafe for kids or older adults with thin skin on their hands. The lid has a sharp handle with which to be opened. The bread pan has sharp protrusions [clips] which hook on to more sharp clips in the machine. Very difficult to wash the bread pan without cutting one's hands on the clips. 8. Requires a lot of strength to insert or remove the bread pan from the machine. Brute force must be used! Since the purpose of using a bread-maker is to avoid the work of kneading--why require such force to use one?
I've used a Panasonic bread machine for many years and loved it. However, the pan wore out, and my model is so old, they no longer make replacement parts, so I was in the market for a new machine. After researching them all, this Cuisinart sounded like the best option. It initially took some getting used to, and I had a couple mediocre loaves and one pretty much failed loaf, but I have since gotten the hang of the dfferent options, and now i not only can make the recipes that came with the machine, but also my old ones. The ingredient measurements are quite different between the Panasonic and the Cuisinart cookbooks, but this has not ended up being a problem. I particularly like the beep saying when you may remove the paddle. The many options take getting used to and some experimentation, but they really open things up for producing some interesting breads. The machine looks very fab! I also researched replacment parts, and the Cuisinart bread pan is considerably less expensive than the former Panasoniic pan was. Yippee! I also own a large Zo, but i never liked the way it baked bread. I only use it for making dough, and for that use, it remains my favorite. The Cuisinart bakes very well.
Like others, I had qualms about the Cuisinart after reading many negative
reviews. I did a LOT of research and decided that if I got a machine that
functioned as it was designed to I would probably be satisfied with it. I was
interested in a bread baker that could bake French/Italian (something which
my Zo, which finally needed replacing, did not do) and was intrigued by the
convection fan (since the Zo often had much lighter tops).
Cuisinart seemed to have trouble with their baker in the early days. Folks
that were lucky enough to get a good machine were pleased, but the many
that received a lemon were not at all happy with the product.
I am pleased to say that I have been very happy with my bread baker.
Many of the glitches I have read about in other reviews have never
happened to mine. In some cases I found that certain things that were
complained about could be answered by a thorough reading of the manual
(which is easy to read and explains everything in detail). WARNING: some
aspects of this machine are slightly different from other bakers I have used,
so reading the instructions does help.
Yes, the machine does tend toward a dark crust - I keep mine on light and
it is fine.
I do occasionally get a bit of flour kicked over onto the element, but only if I
have had to add more.
The 2 lb. loaf is tall - I tend to make 11/2 lb. loaves more often now.
The 1 lb. loaf is great for dinner!
the Artisan setting is fabulous for putting my specialty doughs together and
forgetting them until ready to bake.
I have also used the rapid/quick setting and get almost equally good
Considering the price, I feel that I have gotten a wonderful deal!
Have only used the bread maker twice to make gluten free bread. Am very happy with the results. Have not had a chance to make other breads at this time. This is my first experience with a bread maker so am still learning.
Our child is gluten intolerant, having this machine has been a huge help. She now has bread that smells and has the same texture as the wheat variety. The machine cooks consistently, which is great considering the consistency of gluten free bread mixes. We also like the feature where we can remove the paddle and you do not have a big divet out of the middle of the loaf. I would highly recommend this machine.
It makes good bread and probably better once I learn all cooking quirks.I am a hard customer to make happy but the eaters like the bread very well. Recipes are good. Looks are very good. Cooking features are very good. I like being able to remove paddle, which I couldn't do with upper the of machines unit. I haven't done jams yet but recipes look easy and I haven't done pizza doughs yet either but they also look easy.