Top 3 Bread Makers
There are a lot of bread makers on the market, and deciding on which one to choose can be a challenge. It’s not always easy to figure out which brands, which machines, and which models are best for your needs, and it’s frequently even harder to wade through the available information to determine what you need to know to make the decision. Here, we’ve done much of that work for you, and narrowed down the playing field to three of the best bread makers on the market. These are all top-of-the-line; which you choose is more a matter of taste than correctness.
The West Bend 41300 is a versatile and powerful bread maker. It doesn’t have the kind of versatility that the Zojirushi machine has, but it can handle most types of bread you’d want to make at home; has variable crust lightnesses; and can even make heavy, multigrain, cereal-based breads with ease. Many reviewers note that the 41300 makes some of the best bread they’ve ever enjoyed, and the machine is extremely durable. There’s a somewhat long wait for adding fruits to the bread, but that’s a minor problem that hardly counts as a problem, in our book.
You can also read our review on this product here.
The Cuisinart CBK-100 is a standard of bread makers in its price range. The CBK-100 boasts an LCD screen that makes it easy to navigate, a variety of bread types (white, wheat, french, and sweet, as a sample), three crust lightness settings (light, medium, and dark), and a whole host of other settings and functions, such as pasta making and the like, that you might not even expect a bread maker to be able to do. The CBK-100 can even be used to make homemade jams – how cool is that? Definitely one of the better machines on the market.
We have also reviewed this product on our site, read the full thing here: http://www.bestbreadmakers.org/cuisinart-cbk-100-bread-maker-review/
The Cuisinart CBK-200 is a wonderful machine that’s something of a step up from the CBK-100. The CBK-200 can make bread faster, more efficiently, and with less wasted energy than the CBK-100. It also offers a wide set of additional settings and features, such as better crust and crust texturing; optimized measurement devices that ensure perfect timing; a the ability to choose pre-programmed baking protocols or invent your own; and the option to make artisan dough out of normal flour, allowing you to enjoy rustic crusts and textured bread at home, every day.
And of course we have reviewed this product ourselves as well, read our Cuisinart CBK-200 Bread Maker review.
At the end of the day, whether you choose the 41300, CBK-100, or CBK-200 is, of course, up to you. And as a matter of fact, it doesn’t really matter which one you choose: You’ll be satisfied with any of them. If, however, you’re interested in having the option to create jams and chutneys, the CBK-100 or -200 models are definitely for you. If you’re just interested in bread, well, they’ll all serve you just fine. These are the top three bread makers out there, and are all guaranteed to do the job better than just fine.