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29-in-1 SMART BREAD MACHINE FOR NEWBIES & PROS
– Your fresh homemade bread is clicks away: just pick one of the many provided or your own favorite recipes, and click a few buttons.
– 29 automatic menus: 21 Bread Menus (Basic White, Sweet, French, Whole Wheat, Keto, Gluten Free..), 7 Non Bread Menus (Cake, Jam, Yogurt, Dough..), and the Fully Customizable Cycle-Level Programming HOME MADE Menu.
UNIQUE 1-PRESS BREAD MAKING
– All your settings are saved for the next use, including Menu / Loaf Size / Crust Color for a preset menu and your own settings for the HOME MADE menu.
– It becomes 1-PRESS operation if you use the same recipe the next time: add ingredients & press the START button ONCE.
– 3 Loaf Sizes (1 / 1.5 / 2 LBS), 3 Crust Colors (Dark/Medium/Light), 15-Hour Delay Timer, ADD-NUTS Alarm.
MORE MENUS & RECIPES FOR HEALTHY BREADS
– Support both the high gluten bread flour and the less gluten all purpose flour that is inexpensive & healthier yet still makes wonderful breads.
– Designed to handle fresh onions, oranges, zucchini, bananas, etc in the most efficient way, so that the human preparation time is minimized.
– Various Gluten Free breads & Whole Wheat bread w/o external gluten
– 77 recipes included & hundreds more on KitchenArm Recipe Cloud
FULLY CUSTOMIZABLE CYCLE-LEVEL PROGRAMMING
– Specify each bread-making cycle (KNEAD, REST, RISE, BAKE..) to adapt the machine to your own recipes
– Utilize all recipes on the Recipe Cloud
– ETL Certified
– US / Canada Standard Three-Prong Plug
– Stainless steel Housing, Lid & Oven Chamber
– 1-MONTH Free Trial
– 2-YEAR Warranty
– LIFETIME Customer Service
– Replacement parts on Amazon
Set the Delay Timer before going to bed so as to be wakened up the next morning by the amazing aroma permeating your house.
Features & Specifications
- 29-in-1 SMART BREAD MACHINE FOR NEWBIES & PROS - Your fresh healthy homemade bread is clicks away: just pick one of the many provided recipes or your own favorite recipe, and click a few buttons. - 29 Automatic Programs include 21 Bread Menus (Basic White, Sweet, French, Whole Wheat, Rye, Keto, Gluten Free, Sourdough..), 7 Non Bread Menus (Cake, Jam, Yogurt, Dough..), and the Fully Customizable Cycle-Level Programming HOME MADE Menu for almost any recipe. - Beginners Friendly & Pros Handy.
- UNIQUE 1-PRESS BREAD MAKING - All your settings are saved for the next use, including Menu / Loaf Size / Crust Color for a preset menu and your own settings for the HOME MADE menu. - It becomes 1-PRESS operation if you use the same recipe the next time: simply add ingredients and press the START button ONCE. - 29 Menus, 3 Loaf Sizes (1 / 1.5 / 2 LBS), 3 Crust Colors (Dark / Medium / Light), 15-Hour Delay Timer, 1-Hour Keep Warm, 15-Minute Power Interruption Recovery, ADD-NUTS Alarm, etc.
- MORE MENUS & RECIPES FOR HEALTHY BREADS - KitchenArm Menus & Recipes support both the high gluten bread flour and the less gluten all purpose flour that is inexpensive & healthier yet still makes wonderful breads; they are designed to handle fresh onions, oranges, zucchini, bananas, etc. in the most efficient way, so that the human preparation time is minimized. - Various Gluten Free breads & Whole Wheat bread w/o external gluten - 77 recipes included & hundreds more on KitchenArm Recipe Cloud.
- FULLY CUSTOMIZABLE CYCLE-LEVEL PROGRAMMING - You can explore your own variants based on a provided recipe for a preset menu, or create YOUR OWN MENU using the cycle-level programming HOME MADE menu (Menu #29) which allows you to specify each bread-making cycle time (KNEAD, REST, RISE, BAKE..) to fully adapt the machine to your own recipes. - It also enables you to utilize hundreds of recipes on KitchenArm Recipe Cloud. - This advanced feature is both Pros Handy and Beginners Friendly.
- QUALITY BUILD & DEVOTED SERVICES - ETL Certified Kitchen Appliance for US / Canada markets - US / Canada Standard Three-Prong Grounding Plug for electric safety and longer product lifespan - Matte polished stainless steel Housing, Lid and Oven Chamber - 2.5" Large Visual Digital Display - Discounted Original replacement parts available on Amazon - 1-MONTH Free Trial & 2-YEAR Product Warrantv & LIFETIME Free Customer Service including Cloud Recipes, Recipe Personalization, etc.
- Dimensions: 10.2"D x 14.2"W x 12"H
- Weight: 11.6 Pounds
Pros & Cons
Reading Comprehension is a MUST. SHORT VERSION: Box was dented and dented the breadmaker. It did not affect function. I made Sourdough (1.5lbs) using the STARTER menu (18) and Sour Dough menu (19). I used more (1/2 tsp?) yeast for my 2nd loaf to see if I can get a lighter, more bubbly texture inside. [It is pictured. It's similar to the one with lesser yeast. The yeast I used for both loaves was fresh, unopened.] The only difference was the top of the bread came out with a slightly higher crust. Crust color Medium. I may try again with more yeast or use the simple French Bread option. There is a recipe book and a book on how to use the bread maker. You will need BOTH books for some recipes (E.g. Sourdough). Lots of great tips in the book, including how NOT to make a hole in your bread; take the paddle out before baking. I suggest reading through the manual and learning the tips before trying to make bread. There are a variety of things to make with this machine including rice wine and yogurt. This machine CAN be easy to use. Once you understand how to use it and to put the ingredients in, IN ORDER that the recipe specifies, it's just a matter of measuring well (I'm using a scale (weight) as recommended for water and flour) and pushing a button. Bread sizes are 1lb, 1.5lbs, & 2lbs, Crust color, time, and other variables can be adjusted AND there's an option for HOMEMADE. Lots to learn. Plenty of options. FULL VERSION: The box was in another box when the breadmaker arrived. BOTH boxes were dented. The inner box, housing the breadmaker was pretty severe (see pic #4) but I didn't notice the gigantic dent until after I got the burned off the bread basket chemicals and set up the tools. FYI - The giant dent is in the casing, doesn't touch the basket or affect the baking. So far, I've made Sour Dough STARTER and Sour Dough Bread. My first loaf came out well with a decent crust, however I didn't feel like it was the Sour Dough bread for which I spent additional time making and waiting for starter. It wasn't great. It was bread. *I'm currently making another loaf (same 1.5lbs size) and added more yeast and more salt, hoping the texture will resemble a truer Sour Dough. *And... [It is pictured. It's the SAME as the one with less yeast. The yeast I used for both loaves was fresh, unopened.] The only difference was the top of the bread came out with a slightly higher crust. I may try again with more yeast or use the simple French Bread option.The color of this Crust is set to MEDIUM it's the auto programmed setting for Menu 19. For me, two books was a little confusing to use at first. I took time to actually read about the machine and it was worth it, because I easily take the paddle out of the dough loaf before baking it and avoid all sorts of bread trauma. The machine offers a full 3 minutes (and then resumes automatically) to perform this function, which takes about 15 seconds and however long it takes for you to get the machine when it beeps, plenty of times to warn you that it's time to remove the paddle if you choose. The recipe book is impressive with loads of different breads to make, even accounting for different yeasts (e.g. active dry, fast-acting) flours (bread, all-purpose, gluten-free) and STARTER if applicable. The tech writer who came up with that deserves kudos. ONE THING about the book, the fractions are VERY difficult to see if you do not have 20/20 vision, be prepared to use your phone or a magnifying glass, so you don't mistake the numbers. The machine also includes recipes for rice wine and yogurt. You can NOT make back to back loaves. The closest you can get is about an hour with a special process that is specified in the book. Otherwise, it's about 4 hours between batches. The Sour Dough STARTER took about 2 hours and the Bread took a total of 4. Today's bread, the 2nd loaf, only takes 3.5 hours starting with a clean bread basket and room temperature STARTER. Three size loave options - 1lb, 1.5lbs, & 2lbs, crust color, time, and other variables can be adjusted AND there's an option for HOMEMADE. Lots to learn. Plenty of options and ways to add extras to the bread. Very easy to clean. After learning the books, bread will be a matter of measuring correctly (using weight) and knowing which button to push. 4 STARS is for the GIANT DENT - The machine fairly light, rectangular (easier to store in a cabinet and pretty nice looking new and unharmed. Hope you find a new bread you like. I'm going to try!
Amazing machine! I haven't had this bread maker for long but let me tell you it is AMAZING! I couldn't wait to use it when I first got it but already had fresh bread I'd made with my 25 year old bread maker so I decided to go for the pound cake recipe it came with. I wish I'd taken a picture but it was a beauty despite the fact that I later realized I screwed up the butter measurements. It wasn't all that I was hoping for in texture being very dense but I can't say much since I screwed something up. For the flovor I did add some vanilla and almond extract that the recipe didn't suggest and I was happy with that addition. With some fresh strawberries and homemade whipped cream it was still a very satisfying dessert. On to the bread making, I have made around 3-4 loaves of basic white bread so far, first with their recommended 1 1/2 lb loaf for your first loaf and it came out flawlessly. Next was a 2 lb loaf, I let it rise too much where it touched the window (ooops) it was simply needing to learn a thing or two with this certain machine is all. I could have easily adjusted the time but didn't think it'd rise so fast in the last 15 minutes before baking. 2nd loaf I added 1/4 t less yeast and that did the trick! Absolute perfection! I also made one of the two banana bread recipes. There's the more bread like and the more cake like banana bread recipes. I used the more bread like recipe. It came out beautifully. It was very crusty on the outside and soft light and fluffy on the inside. Unfortunately it wasn't really something I enjoyed. It was pretty much a slightly sweet white bread with not much banana flavor. My husband ate it happily but I prefer the more cakey versions of banana bread. I just didn't have enough eggs for that recipe otherwise I would have made that one. I will definitely give that a try soon. I've been wanting to try a few things before I gave a review but after tonight's pizza I just had to finally rave about this great machine. The dough was done in less than 2 hours, I had homemade marinara, and freshly shredded mozzarella to top it with and I couldn't be happier with the results. The ease of making two large pizzas for my family was shocking. I have so many things that I want to do with this thing I am just so excited to have it. I am a person who prefers big name brand products so I was hesitant to go with this machine but it had features that other ones didn't so I decided to give it a shot based on the great reviews and I'm very happy that I did. I can tell that the people that are standing behind this product are good people that care about their customers and will happily help asap if you need it. The directions are very clear and the tips they add are much appreciated. I've learned a lot simply from switching bread machines because of the information they provide. Overall this is a great product and I believe I will have many years of enjoyment using it. I so look forward to all of the creations this will assist me in making, and the ease and the time it will save me is just icing on the cake. I urge you to just go for it and buy this thing because you definitely won't regret it!
Excellent machine! This is my third basic bread machine - after a Hamilton Beach and a Pohl Schmitt. This one has the biggest set of recipes by far. Full custome menus if you want. The only one that includes a preheat period for some recipes - valuable for getting the temperature right from the start. The manual does NOT include detailed timings for each recipe, but a request to Customer Service gets you the full chart - apparently the timings vary according to exactly when your machine was made. It is a vertical style breadmaker - no fruit / nut basket, but the addition time is marked in the detailed time chart along with a beep signal - basically near the start of the final knead cycle. Replacement bread baskets can be ordered - which do fit several other vertical bread machines. The coating on my Pohl Schmitt is showing bare metal in places where the two vertical ribs indent the loaf. Hint: to stop the walking machine syndrome, just place the machine on a small gym size towel or a single layer of thin bubble wrap- making sure there is air space across the bottom of the machine. Far less noise and no movement across the counter! I used my regular heritage grain whole wheat recipes with only a slight change with consistent results so far. My base grain is one third Kamut and one third Emmer wheat. The other third changes. So far, Turkey Red, Rouge de Bourdeax, Spelt, and Yecora Roja all work well, with Spelt being a little shorter in height. First test with the difficult Sprouted Rye gave moderate center collapse. My recipe is based on one from King Arthur. Near identical except I use one small orange packet of True Orange, a quarter teaspoon of active barley malt, a quarter cup of mashed potato flakes and one tablespoon of wheat gluten. I also reduced my honey from 85g to 55g. My next Rye attempt will probably increase the water about 10% and perhaps increase gluten slightly. I rotate between straight whole wheat sandwich bread, cinnamon / Zante raisin bread and an old family recipe for coffee cake that uses shortening, milk, and sugar. The coffee cake is made by stopping before the final rise, divided, and rolled out for the final rise in baking pans with the cinnamon, butter, brown sugar toppings added just before baking. All three variations come out consistently - with no timing changes. The cinnamon does reduce the height slightly, but the results have not had the occasional variations of the other machines, possibly because the temperature control is tighter with no problems from warm kitchen and cold winter kitchen conditions - water is at tap temperature, flour is at room temperature. Yeast is always SAF red instant from a refrigerated glass Mason jar. All grains are home milled in a Nutrimill in small batches, no sifting, kept refrigerated until the final 2-3 days before use. Other grains including Red Fife and Einkorn will be tested in coming months.
Great bread! I bought the KitchenArm 29-in one bread maker because it makes 3 different sized loaves and has instructions for using bread and AP flour. I've only made cheese bread and the first time it turned out good. But then I decided to add herbs to the mix after adding the sugar and salt. That made it really good. Then I got really bold and added 50-60 grams of more cheese at the add beep. THAT made it delicious!!! Also, one thing I figured out is you can put the butter in the water when you heat the water up and you only need one bowl and the butter doesn't "pop" and splatter in your microwave. I just wanted to share my learnings. The reason I only gave it four stars is, at least with the cheese bread, there has been no difference between the medium and the light crust, except for once. But I've only made 9 loaves of cheese bread in 5 days. Also, it makes a 5 inch square loaf, (I mean, who wants a 5 in sq loaf of French bread?) which has made it a little hard to buy bread storage bags and just forget a decorative gift bag. (Which is why I made so many loaves in short time--I was gifting them.) (Everything I looked at was for 4 inch loaves.) But I am very happy with my purchase. It doesn't get overly hot and even though it's a one-paddle operation, the bread is well mixed and it comes right out of the pan when it's time. to cool it down.
Phenomenal Dough! I’ve made all my own bread (+pizza, soft pretzels, garlic bread, etc,…) for years with a Kitchenaid mixer, but finally, I just wanted a bread machine to handle the rising/proofing times, as it’s surprisingly time consuming, albeit effortless. This was my best purchase since my Roomba! I don’t know what dark sorcery this machine employs, but I think I want to marry it. I pull the dough out and finish everything myself, and let me tell you, everything I make now is light years beyond my Kitchenaid breads! My soft pretzels were pillowy-soft inside with a crisp crust. My garlic bread had enormous bubbles, like a good ciabatta! My previous bread-making pride is a little wounded, but I’m not mad! That said, I almost bought the Cuisinart, which has a similar small footprint + the 2lb capability, (and a light for peeking ☺️), but when I saw that this one makes yogurt (and costs significantly less) it was no contest. I will say though, that the poor motor sounds like she’s givin’ it all she’s got, which is mildly concerning, but at this price, and with a 2yr warranty, I won’t lose any sleep. (But if you’re still on the fence, I’d bet the Cuisinart’s motor would never break a sweat, and probably last longer.) In any case, I love this machine so far!
Good choice. I searched several weeks/months for a bread machine. I finally chose this machine because of the customer service reviews and the gluten free bread options. It didn’t disappoint. Before I received the bread machine, I received a lovely email from the company. I have made only three basic loaves at this point because I am just trying to get familiar with it. I hope to dive into the gluten free options soon. I was afraid the machine would be heavy and it isn’t. It’s very light to move around. I am very happy with this machine so far and I feel confident if I have any issues I can reach out to them for help. Great overall machine and company!!
I loved the options french, sourdough, white bread etc... Dislike that no matter which setting for dark or med or lite the the coloring was the same the dough hook would not come out for cleaning and you have to advance through every # to get to the setting you need no reverse #
Makes good bread but broke when I put wrong flower. Made very tasty bread but I used a flower with oat flower mixed with it and it broke the machine.
Yeast in Banana Bread- no thank you- bread machines are not what I thought they were. Extremely disappointed. But to be fair seems like a quality machine. Not for me, as I thought i could use the bake or custom setting to make my own recipes but no, they do not work as you think they do. I can not make my own banana bread, no setting will allow me to set size, temp. and time at together. Their banana bread recipe is crap, and uses yeast which is not necessary for delicious banana bread. - Tried quick-breads, had to keep increasing time, still came out gooey center, was closest to getting it right. - Tried bake and custom- ended up with compact dense loafs (looked good but caved in) this is because you have no idea what temp its cooking at to know time. Tried Regular Multi-grain loaf, with their exact recipe. Got the dense shitty multi-grain thing there. Not the fluffy airy delicious multi-grain I can get in my oven. Think it might be the whole bread-maker machine concept, more then their recipes or machine, WARNING. Considering keeping for the dough part, to handle the kneeding, waiting, ext part of home-made bread. Just wish I had bought a snazzy looking one instead if that is all these things are good for.
its ok. i cant take the lid off to clean. i have had a couple loafs that never knead or rise in it. i am starting to follow different recipes then the suggested ones in the book. so far im not to happy with it. ive had other bread makers before and this just seems to fall short.
Makes small dense loaves every time. We are making dense short loaves every time. We have tried variations of different yeast brands, more yeast, warmer water, colder water, etc. It's the same result. The only variable left is the design, temperature, programming, etc.
Never worked well and the stopped working. I should have returned this after the first couple trial breads I made. Too dense for me. This machine also has issues mixing, often leaving a lot of dry flour in the corners. I tried a few recipies from the included pamphlet but to get close to what I wanted I started mixing things together in a bowl first and adding more liquids. I thought I would make due that way, but then after about the seventh loaf, it stopped baking. The screen is a bit difficult to read unless the room is very bright; I was using a flashlight to read it. The recipies are not great, no spice at all in the pumpkin bread, hmm? All in all another bad Amazon purchase for me. I was able to return it because it was under warranty, but for some reason I did not get my full purchase price back. I doubt I will contact Amazon to find out why, and just chalk this up to another loss. I will just to a local store and try their bread maker.
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