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Cuisinart 2-Pound Convection Bread Maker CBK-200 : The flavor, aroma and health benefits of homemade bread are yours at the push of a button. With 16 preprogrammed options, three crust colors, and two loaf sizes, this 680-watt machine makes anything from rustic artisan breads to Cuisinart's exclusive low-carb and gluten-free recipes, plus pizza dough, cake, even jam. Convection fan circulates heated air for superior color and texture, and an audible signal lets you know when to add fruit, nuts, and other ingredients. Also features 15-minute pause, bake-only option, 12-hour delayed start, and power-failure backup. Imported. 3 year limited warranty. 17" x 11" x 14"H. 22 lbs. Model: CBK-200. Product Features Convection fan circulates air throughout baking and keep-warm cycles for better overall results - a Cuisinart exclusive Includes preset menu options and recipes for low carb and gluten-free breads and dough - a Cuisinart exclusive Select from 16 menu options that automatically adjust knead, rise and bake times for a variety of breads Three loaf sizes available Push button controls make operation easy A glass viewing window and LED indicators let you follow the baking process, from knead, to rise, to bake, to done! Engineered to put itself on "hold" for up to 15 minutes during momentary power outages Brushed stainless steel lid is removable for easy cleanup An audible tone signals time to add mix-ins such as nuts or fruit Special menu option takes basic dough through several long, slow cool rises for chewier textures and rustic crusts Illustrated instruction booklet with 89 recipes included
 
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5 / 5
Easy as pie...I mean bread!
PostedAugust 20, 2012
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Askerwatt
fromSan Jose, CA, USA
Gender:Female
My Cooking Level:Intermediate
When I'm in the Kitchen, I become: Leftover Lover
I just put in the ingredients in the order listed and perfect bread everytime. My first loaf was the gluten free bread and I added raisins and it still came out great. Never thought making bread could be this simple.
Thanks!!!
Happy breadmaker
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