Hamilton Beach Homebaker Breadmaker Review – review and features of the 2 lb Hamilton Beach Homebaker Breadmaker. I purchased the Hamilton Beach 2-lb HomeBaker Breadmaker just before the holidays. I spent so long reading reviews online. I found that many breadmakers had mixed reviews. People ended up with deflated loaves of bread, broken breadmaker machines, and lots of frustration.
I did not want to spend a ton of money since this is my first breadmaker machine and I wasn’t sure how much I’d be using it. I ended up with the Hamilton Beach 2-lb HomeBaker Breadmaker because it was reasonably priced and I was able to purchase it on Walmart.com ($49.88) which offered a 2-year replacement plan for only $5 – this eased my concerns about all the Hamilton Beach Homebaker Breadmaker reviews I’ve read where people said the machine breaks down.
Since getting the Hamilton Beach 2-lb HomeBaker Breadmaker, I have used it about 3 times each week, and I love it. It’s easy to use and it makes great bread. I’ve used the Hamilton Beach 2-lb HomeBaker Breadmaker to make sandwich bread, pizza dough, and cinnamon raisin bread.
For those of you who have used a breadmaker, there’s no news here that the bread is delicious, so I’ll focus more on how the Hamilton Beach 2-lb HomeBaker Breadmaker functions.
Based on other reviews that I’ve read, this machine works great. I don’t have any problems with the kneading paddle doesn’t get stuck in the bread and it does a great job mixing – I do not see any extra flour residue on the sides or corners that didn’t get picked up. The Hamilton Beach 2-lb HomeBaker Breadmaker comes with an extra kneading paddle as well. The non-stick coating in the Hamilton Beach 2-lb HomeBaker Breadmaker is durable and leaves no odd taste on the bread.
Hamilton Beach 2-lb HomeBaker Breadmaker features –
- a delay timer
- a recipe booklet
- an alarm reminder for adding fruits and nuts
- 1.5 lb and 2 lb. options
- 12 different preprogrammed baking cycles (including gluten free, sweets, and jam, cake, and dough)
- light, medium, dark crust options
I’ve already gotten so used to having the Hamilton Beach 2-lb HomeBaker Breadmaker. It’s paid itself off already, and if it breaks, I’m off to buy another. Nothing beats a warm loaf of buttered bread fresh out of the breadmaker.
I hope this Hamilton Beach Homebaker Breadmaker Review is helpful.