Breville Custom Loaf Bread Maker
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Bake flawless loaves at home with this state-of-the-art bread machine from Breville. Easy digital controls and an automatic dispenser for add-ins let you create an amazing variety of breads, including crisp-crusted European-style loaves rivaling those from artisan bakers.
- Thirteen automatic and manual settings.
- Includes gluten-free and quick-bread settings, three crust color options and bake-only and jam functions.
- Makes 1-, 1 1/2-, 2- and 2 1/2-lb. loaves.
- A dispenser automatically releases add-ins such as fruits and nuts.
- Unlike conventional kneading paddles, this paddle collapses, preventing an indentation from forming in the bottom crust.
- Backlit LCD display and 13-hour preset timer.
- Viewing light lets you check on bread without opening lid.
- Mixes dough for pizza, focaccia and pasta.
- Pause function allows for hand-shaping crusts and adding glazes.
- Stores your personal recipes.
- Nonstick pan for easy cleanup.
- Recipes included.
- Dimensions & More Info
- Model #BBM800XL
- Stainless-steel construction.
- 15 3/4" x 9 3/4" x 14" high.
- 16 lb. 13 oz.
- This product is intended for use in the United States and Canada and is built to United States electrical standards.
- Made in China.
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Rated 1 out of 5 by Raybugger from DO NOT BUY THIS MACHINE DO NOT BUY THIS MACHINE! I purchased this machine brand new and used it a few times with good results. All of a sudden, it starts beeping and the panel keeps flashing off and on - turning it off and back on doesn't fix it, unplugging it doesn't fix it. We tried multiple times to get it to work right. Basically, it turns out that the board has shorted out. Lots and lots and lots of people have had this same issue. My husband contacted Breville - was basically told we're out of luck because it's out of warranty. He asked about purchasing a replacement board and was told "they are out of stock." Breville offered to sell him a refurbished machine for just a little bit less than a new one. NO THANKS! He's called several times - still out of stock. This has been going on for months now. In the meantime, I have no bread maker. At least once, he called and was left on hold for over 45 minutes. When they finally picked up, he was immediately disconnected. Looks like Breville doesn't want anyone to fix their machines - probably in hope we'll buy new ones from them. NOT A CHANCE! As other reviewers have stated, I expected much better from a higher end brand like Breville - and I certainly expected more than a few loaves of bread out of a machine that costs hundreds of dollars. *AVOID*AVOID*AVOID*Date published: 2017-12-10Rated 1 out of 5 by rudyhop from only worked once I have had wonderful experience with my other Breville appliances. I had another brand for 20 years and when I needed a new bread maker bought the Breville. It only worked once. The second and third tries left a clump of dough in the machine. It never heated up for the dough to rise or bake. Williams-Sonoma took it back with no problem. So disappointed as I wanted this to be as good as the other Breville products I've bought.Date published: 2016-02-22Rated 5 out of 5 by lovetocookmn from Machine I never knew I wanted Very impressed with this machine so far (8mos). I've always baked bread on my own & wasn't sure I'd ever use a bread maker, but since I got it as a gift it is my go-to for most yeast products. I've made lots of tasty bread in the machine, though I've learned from the instructions to use bread flour or add vital wheat gluten to achieve an appropriate rise. I also make a lot of dough in the machine & then shape/bake to make focaccia, burger buns, rolls, etc. I especially like using the machine for dough in the winter because it has a warming function. It also kneads for over 20 minutes which I just don't have the patience to do on my own. My own recipes easily adapt to the machine. In regards to previous reviews about cleaning I've not had an issue w/the paddle. Should the paddle become hard with dough just let it soak for 5 min. I did get a bit of dough stuck in the crevice once and used a soft tooth pick w/bristles (made for cleaning braces) that I keep in my kitchen for such purposes.Date published: 2015-04-27Rated 1 out of 5 by seamer45 from Not a favorite I owned another brand machine for nearly 30 years, not a glitch until it gave up the ghost from overwork. Since I never buy any bread products we decided to buy another breadmaker but no one near us sells that one.So we decided this was a good replacement. Unfortunately it is a very noisy machine and I've never been happy with the results I got when making just dough or when letting the machine bake the bread. I don't find the recipes to be top notch either. Almost 3 weeks ago now I went to put the pan in the machine to make bread. Pushed the start button and got the dreaded H on the screen. That means it's too hot to use and needs to cool down. But I hadn't used the machine for 4 days, it was dead cold. Unplugged it, let it sit, plugged it in, still the H. I'm going to go back to my other brand, quiet and efficient. Since I'm 69 years old now, I'll put it in my will for one of my daughters. Too bad, but you folks lose this time.Date published: 2015-04-26Rated 4 out of 5 by GymW from Great machine except for a few annoyances I have used this machine for a year now. This unit produces a consistent loaf of white bread for us, time after time. The bread comes out browned evenly on all sides, following the basic bread recipe in its manual. The displays are easy to read and use. Bread and dough does tend to stick to the paddle and can be difficult to remove if the unit is hot from baking until it cools. I have used the dough settings successfully for sweet dough, bagels, english muffins, challah, and sourdough bread successfully. I do have a issue with the paddle. Dough to gets trapped inside the mechanism of the collapsing paddle. I find that the only way to clean it properly is to unscrew the set screw holding the paddle to its shaft using an allen wrench, which the Breville does not provide. As such I recommend that if you buy this machine, go to the hardware store with paddle and buy a hex wrench that will fit the set screw. I have informed Breville about this issue but they do not seem to care about it.Date published: 2015-03-02Rated 5 out of 5 by jwr1 from best one yet I have had at least four bread machines, the first one purchased in the late '80s. This is by far the best. I have had this one for at least two years. I like the collapsible paddle. It allows the bread to come out more easily and doesn't leave much of a hole. The only drawback is the cleaning of the paddle. Because it is hinged, it is hard to get all the dough out of the crevices when washing.The way the bread pan is secured when in the machine is good as well. (I had the Cuisinart for a couple of years and found it very difficult to get the pan out. Definitely a BIG downside to that machine! Don't get the cuisinart!) I do find it "walks" a bit when on the kneading cycle but I think that has to do with leveling the feet, which I have not done.I primarily use the dough setting (for pizza and french bread) but use it on the bread setting as well. I find this Breville an excellent machine.Date published: 2015-01-07Rated 4 out of 5 by maltesemom from NICE MACHINE I have worked with the Cuisinart machine and now this one. I purchased this one because I could make a bigger loaf. However, it would be much better if it made two loaves instead of a bigger loaf. And, Breville really needs to work on it's recipes! The Basic White is terrible! And the Olive Oil Rosemary isn't much better. I would purchase the Cuisinart if I had it to do over. Also, you cannot adjust once machine has started. It would be nice if Breville added handles.Date published: 2014-12-15Rated 3 out of 5 by BetsyD from great except for collapsible paddle I really like this breadmaker except for the collapsible paddle. The jointed part gets "gunked up" when making bread and it is really hard to clean out. I've had the breadmaker for about 6 months and recently the paddle gets stuck. I have to put it in a vice grip to get enough leverage on it to put it back into the upright position after making a loaf of bread. It no longer fully collapses.Date published: 2014-12-08