Oster® 2 lb. Bread Maker
Oster® 2 lb. Bread Maker
$59.99- See final price in cart
Discover the simple pleasure of fresh, homemade bread with the Oster® Electric Bread Maker. Wholesome and flavorful bread you can create quickly and easily.
- Dimensions: 12"L x 11"W x 11"H
- Cord length: 40"
- Watts: 650W
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. Includes a gluten-free setting as a healthy bread option. 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
Oster® 2 lb. Bread Maker is rated out of 5 by 41.
Rated 5 out of 5 by JaxRenegade from very happy with this machine. i love this machine. i have had it 5 years now and it still works as well as it did the first day i bought it. i make at least three loaves a week with it. although it says it is a 2lb machine, i have found that the larger loaves do not come out as good as the 1lb loaves do. but as a single person, that is just fine. i have also found out that not all recipes will work. no matter how careful you are about measuring ingredients and such, they just will not work. so, don't be discouraged if one does not turn out. all in al this is a fantastic machine and i recommend it to anyone. when it needs replacing, i will replace it with the same model.
Date published: 2016-07-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by Auntie Dee from Just like Grandmas kitchen Bread is getting so expensive I decided to make my own, best decision I could have made. This machine is awesome I made a brioche bread from a recipe for the oven and OMG the first time out it was perfect, I thought a loaf would last a few days like the store bread not so, it was gone in 4 hours and I mean we're talking huge pieces of bread. Best bread I've had since my Grandma who was born in 1896 made us bread as kids and her kitchen smelled like a great big hug. So thanks Oster when my grandkids smell the bread they can feel the hug I'm giving them with fresh baked bread. Plus it's therapeutic (LOL). You're. Gonna have fun and no I don't work for Oster.
Date published: 2016-02-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by Bigmommabird from Great for the price I've had my Oster breadmaker for about 9 months now and in general, it works quite well. I use it several times a week and love the bread I make. The only negatives are that occasionally it does not stir the dough completely and I'll get small crunchy patches on the outside of the loaf that pull off. Also, I was disappointed that there were only two recipes in the manual for the Express Bake setting, and none for the Quick setting. On the whole, though, I'm quite satisfied and would definitely buy another if this one gave out.
Date published: 2014-09-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tony88 from Good product Bought one of these in 2007 and I'm still using it today (literally, got a loaf of Italian Herb bread going as I write this to go with a crock pot of beef vegi soup). Only problems I have ever had with this was my own doing. Not getting ingredient measurements right, not checking freshness of ingredients (or proper temp of water and or milk) and not watching the dough during 2nd kneading to check if too wet or dry. Good manual, with lots of info and plenty of recipes to get you started. Machine is easy to use and clean up. Controls/display easy to understand once you read through the manual and mess with it a little bit.
Date published: 2015-11-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by Ann C from Great value I've had the machine for about a month. My husband and I are enjoying it so much! The only reason it doesn't get five stars is the fact that it doesn't stir the ingredients adequately in more complicated recipes. However, since the sourdough is our favorite, and it comes out perfectly every time, it's not really an issue. I would like to suggest that instead of adding active dry yeast for the sourdough, a loftier and crunchier top crust is achieved with quick-rising yeast. And I've substituted powdered buttermilk for powdered sweet milk in all of the recipes, because that's what I have on hand, and it works, and tastes great. I would like to know if it's possible to buy a replacement baking pan and stirring blade for this machine, since I'm sure eventually the Teflon will wear off? Thanks for a very good product at a reasonable price!
Date published: 2014-10-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by DougO from Quickly becoming my most used kitchen appliance... This was a recent gift for me. I am using it to make my own gluten free breads. It takes a little recipe adjusting to get it where you want it, but that did not take long. I have made both sandwich bread and cinnamon raisin bread. Every loaf comes out better and better. I know what ingredients are going in the bread and the machine makes it extremely easy to make. For the most part it is "set it and forget it". I am very pleased. I am already recommending it to friends.
Date published: 2014-07-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by Photosister from Wonderful Bread Maker I have used many bread machines over the years ,but this one is the best .It is very simple to use ,the manual was by far the best of any I have ever read ,directions were easy to read and understand .The booklet has some great recipes ,another plus is the manual tells you exactly what is happing thru each stage of the bread making .It literally counts in minutes the stage it goes thru .I had planed on buying the machine for my self ,but my husbands aunt gave it to me as a gift ..I bragged on it so much that today she bought one for her self..it you. Are looking for a great bread maker this is the one ..
Date published: 2015-06-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by ranger from Easy to use, quiet, works great I'm surprised at the negative reviews because I've had nothing but good luck with this machine. The loaves are beautiful, the country white bread recipe is awesome!
Date published: 2014-07-01