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Zojirushi Bread Machines

The smell of fresh-baked goodies brings a delectable warmth to any kitchen, but we realize that busy families don't have time for hours of kneading, rising and baking. You can still have quality, healthy homemade breads without all the work when you purchase bread machines. Create your own loaf bread, use a dessert setting for chocolate bread, or take the work out of any baking endeavor by tossing ingredients together for a cake, donuts or croissants and letting the bread maker do the manual labor. Whether you want a few slices of fresh bread or a family-sized loaf, the bread machines available on our site offer the right options.

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Cuisinart offers a convection bread maker that takes the work and time out of professional-grade baking. If you're looking for something on a smaller level, you can get 4-slice machines from companies like Breadman or 1-pound machines from Zojirushi. Two-pound bread machines from Sunbeam, Zojirushi, or Nesco give you plenty of room and choices to whip up fresh-baked treats for your entire household.

Category Accessories

All bread machines come with a removable inner container and paddle. You measure your ingredients into the container and place it in the bread machine. The paddle does the work to stir and knead the dough. Some machines come with measuring accessories and most come with a recipe book included in the instruction manual.
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