Oster® 2 lb. Bread Maker
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MSRP $74.99 $64.99
Discover the simple pleasure of fresh, homemade bread with the Oster® Electric Bread Maker. Wholesome and flavorful bread you can create quickly and easily. See More...
Fresh-baked bread is a favorite in every home, gently filling the air with an enticing aroma and satisfying everyone's taste buds. This electric bread maker bakes a 2-pound loaf in less than an hour with the EXPRESSBAKE® cycle. Use the 13-hour delay timer for customized bake time. With the Oster® brand, you can cook with passion and serve with pleasure.
- 2-pound loaf capacity
- EXPRESSBAKE® cycle
- Warm setting keeps loaf warm
- 8 bread settings
- 13-hour programmable delay baking timer
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Oster® 2 lb. Bread Maker is rated out of 5 by 14.
Rated 5 out of 5 by SandiS from Love this machine I bought this product 8 years ago when my arthritis got so bad I could no longer knead the bread I love to make. The only time I've had any problems with a collapsing loaf is when my yeast was old & I didn't notice it until after I'd baked. I have even experimented using other bread recipes in the machine, just making sure to add the ingredients in the same order Oster recommends. Works great. My only drawback has been the oddly shaped loaf it makes. I solved this problem by using the dough setting for everything, then forming loaves that fit in a regular loaf pan. the 2# setting will make 2 regular size loaves.
Date published: 2015-02-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by Ron 75 from collapsing loaf Like many others, I had the problem of the loaf collapsing during the last 45 minutes of the 3 hour cycle. I followed the recipe for the 2 lb loaf on page 7 of the manual and had the same failed result each time. Finally I followed the recipe on page 38 for the 11/2 lb loaf and it turned out great. I then realized that the order of placing ingredients was different than on page 7, so I followed the placement order from page 38 and the 2lb loaf turned out great. The secret is to add the salt before the flour. I gave the rating of poor, not because the breadmaker was bad, but because the directions were bad. They even state that the second most important secret of making bread is to put the ingredients in in the exact order, then give you the wrong order in the main recipe.
Date published: 2014-10-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by Yulia from Easy to use My parents bought it three or four years ago to bake Russian rye bread. Since then I've tried out almost all the recipees in the recipee book that comes with the breadmaker. They all work out, if you stick to the exact amounts. I've also experimented a lot. We don't buy bread anymore, and my father sais that thos bread is better than any dessert. The breadmaker is easy to use, easy to clean.
Date published: 2014-06-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by Gmah from I Love this machine! We bought this machine....almost ...20 years ago and I was able to replace the basket when the spindal broke, and I was able to replace the paddle when I accidently left it in a loaf I gave away for a donation....duh! I wouldn't trade this machine for anything. My kitchen would be naked without it. xxxooo Oster! ps I also have the little red 10 cup rice maker and I love it tooooo! Oster you rock!
Date published: 2014-06-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sandy k from I love this bread machine! I've never owned or operated a bread machine so didn't know anything about it. My friend owns an Oster and really likes it so I wentbeith what she has. I really like this machine! Instructions are easy and simple, machine is very easy to operate and bread has come out perfect every time! I love it and everyone I've made bread for loves the bread. So glad i got this machine!!!
Date published: 2015-01-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by Dissatisifed from Same issue - collapsing loaf We have been making our own bread forever, and after our other bread-maker wore out, we bought this model. Shouldn't have. We read the instructions manual cover to cover, were extremely careful in the measurements, used fresh ingredients - at room tempreture experimented with different types of bread and recipes to "become one with the machine", and it has never worked. Our loaves have always collapsed, without except. Lucky you if you can get a decent loaf - for us...the machine to going back to the store....It's been a waste of time, and ingredients! Buyer beware.
Date published: 2014-09-29
Rated 2 out of 5 by Greg from Spindle breaks I got this for wedding present 14 years ago. I used to make a loaf a week until some months ago. The spindle in the pan fell out - no more bread making. This is the 2nd pan we bought and the spindle failed in both. I am looking at other bread makers. It works when the pan holds together.
Date published: 2014-09-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by Airborne from Oster - 2lb. Bread Maker Try this Recipe Oster® Bread Maker Whole Wheat Bread Plus…50% Whole Wheat Flour, Plus 50% All Purpose Flour 2 lb. loaf Note: Place ALL ingredients onto the table or counter top at once so nothing will be forgotten… Ingredients • 1 cup water (105* to 115* F.) Using a candy thermometer • 5/8 cups warm milk or water (105* to 115* F.) (2 tablespoons = 1/8 cup or 1 fluid oz) • 1/4 cup honey…or 1/3 cup packed brown sugar • 2 tablespoon melted butter = 1/8 cup • 3 tsp. active dry yeast • 2 tsp. salt • 1 egg, beaten • 2 cups whole wheat flour… (Or you may use 1 cup whole wheat flour, and one cup 10 grain flour.) • 2-2/3 cups All Purpose flour Directions • Combine the Flour and Salt in a mixing bowl and mix thoroughly. Yeast Mixture: • Place 1-5/8 cups liquid ingredients into medium bowl. (105* F to 115* F.) • Dissolve the honey into the liquid ingredients… (Or optional brown sugar). • Add 3 tsp active dry yeast to liquid ingredients and let sit 5 minutes, until yeast is dissolved. • Add melted butter • Add egg Next: Pour the liquid ingredients into the bread Pan. • Place the Flour into the bread pan. • Snap the baking pan into the bread maker and close the lid. • Press the “Loaf Size” button to 2 lb loaf. • Press "Crust Color" button to choose light, medium or dark crust. • 1 Basic setting should show for this bread receipt; or Press "Select" button to choose the desired setting. • Press the "Start/Stop" button Note: You may open the lid during the mixing / kneading process and use spatula to scrape / clean the sides of the loaf pan. During the kneading process you may add liquid or dry ingredients at any time; Liquid if the dough is too dry or all-purpose-flour if the dough is too moist. (Dough should be on the moist side.) 1Basic… This setting is probably used more than any other because it gives you the best results with just about any recipe. 3Whole Wheat… The whole wheat setting offers a longer rise time for breads that contain more than 50% whole wheat flour.
Date published: 2015-01-26