Giving you the control to make bread just how you like it.
"First time bread maker user and love it! By Julie"
Lakeland Bread Maker Plus
The 'upper crust' in bread
"It looks good and the bread is delicious."
Wendy's Top Tips
- Measure out your ingredients precisely and add them in the correct order (check your machine's instructions), ensuring you keep wet and dry ingredients separate.
- Correct order (check your machine's instructions), ensuring you keep wet and dry ingredients separate.
Things to consider
Will it fit in my kitchen?
Bread machines can take up quite
a lot of space, so choose one that is right for your kitchen.
Different loaf sizes
Larger machines will normally make up to three different sized loaves.
& nut dispensers
Some machines will allow you to add extra ingredients like nuts and raisins during the process. A beep will sound when it is time. More sophisticated machines will do this for you automatically
Does it allow you to
choose the crust colour?
Most machines default to medium but more expensive machines offer up to three shades of crust colour so you can have it just how you like it.
Number of programmes
Most machines have different pre-programmed settings for different flour types. Generally, the Basic or Normal programme is most commonly used. If your machine has a Rapid programme, it will produce a speedier loaf but be aware, the finished item may not rise as much and will be denser than one baked on the Normal setting.
Imagine the delectable aroma of bread wafting through the kitchen as your home-made loaf bakes in the oven.