Lakeland Bread Maker Plus

Lakeland Bread Maker Plus

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Lakeland Bread Maker Plus

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Product Features

  • 3 loaf size options - 500g, 750g or 1000g
  • 15 easy-to-use programmes
  • Delayed start function
  • Built-in memory function
  • Non-stick coating for easy cleaning
  • Lakeland 3 year guarantee included
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Lakeland Bread Maker Plus

Product number: 33362

Nothing beats the smell of fresh bread in the morning - especially if you've made it yourself from scratch. Experience home-baked perfection at the press of a button with the Lakeland Bread Maker Plus; simply place your ingredients in and let it work its magic. Whether you fancy a specific type of bread or even cake, jam or yoghurt, this clever machine does it all.

15 easy-to-use programmes

With 15 pre-installed settings for everything from French loaves, gluten-free bread and wholemeal, to desserts, doughs, jams and cakes, there is sure to be a function to suit your personal taste.

Delayed start timer

If you want your bread baked fresh for a specific time, you can use the delayed start function to set it to whatever time you want your bread to be ready - waking up to the smell of fresh bread every morning? Yes please.

Craft the perfect loaf

Choose every detail, from the weight and type of loaf you fancy, to the colour of the crust, and the bread maker will know exactly what to do bake it just right for you, so you can do the easy bit while the clever tech takes care of all the complicated bits.

Memory function

Don't worry about wasting ingredients if you run into power issues - we're two steps ahead. The memory function means if you lose power, the bread maker will pick up from where it left off as soon as the power is back, so you won't ever waste a batch.

Product dimensions

Approx. 35 x 22.5 x 29cm H. 5kg. 600W.

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Customer rating: 4.5
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"Should have got one years ago"

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This is our first ever bread maker and we are so pleased with it. Tired of the additives in supermarket bread with its relentless use of plastic packaging, and struggling with the price of artisan, we took the plunge and there's no going back! There were a few blemishes on the outside, not bad enough to return but that's insignificant now. Easy to use, this stylish gem produces proper loaves like you'd get from any artisan baker. The recipes call for a lot of sugar but we've found this to be unnecessary - a teaspoon is enough for a fluffy 750g loaf. The mixing options are really handy too.

"If you use a bread maker for cake...not this model"

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This is my 3rd bread maker over 15 years so not novice. If you only use this machine only for BREAD, it is fine & is neater height under worktop than a Panasonic. My 1st loaf filled the tin using the medium size recipe I have used for yrs, so would be cautious using a large mix. I particularly chose machines with cake function, but on 3 attempts, each CAKE so far has been so undercooked, soggy on top, I have had to add the bake function to complete the cooking. Unsure whether to return much hassle... but I will try the handmade option to see if it is easy to use as an alternative.

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thank you for your review, the comments are now with the baking buying team who are looking into this further.

"A brilliant breadmaker"

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This is my first breadmaker and I quizzed the store staff member hard before I bought it a month ago. Her advice was spot on. It is surprisingly quiet (although there is one 'clunk' that makes me jump) and really, really easy to use. I've tried 3 programmes so far and all have produced delicious bread with a delightful texture. I especially like the choice of 3 sizes of loaf. The paddle and I are still working out our relationship! - sometimes it comes out easily, sometimes it buries itself right in the bread... Oiling it does help though.


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I've had breadmakers for about 18 years - so have used various models and brands. My last one broke after 7 years and was replaced with the same model only to see develop a fault after 6 weeks use, so it went back. Really liking my Lakeland slowcooker, I asked Lakeland about the loaf pan dimension. Customer service was very helpful, so I bought this model. Used it the first time today and I couldn't believe how silent it is! It mixed the dough really well and the loaf came out perfectly risen ( on the quick setting) and evenly browned. The machine looks beautiful and feels well built.

"Does what it says on the packet, but..."

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I have been making bread by hand during the summer months and thought that a bread maker would work for the winter months. I started with making a wholemeal loaf which turned out better than I thought. Even though the instruction book suggests that the paddle may remain in the loaf, I found that the paddle worked loose and became buried inside the loaf. This morning I used the Basic bread recipe which was a partial success, as the paddle became stuck in the loaf again. This time the dough had actually become stuck under the paddle which made it difficult to extract the paddle from the bucket.

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