Hamilton Beach Bread Maker Machine, Digital, Programmable, 12 Settings + Gluten Free, Dishwasher Safe Pan + Kneading Paddle, 2 lb Capacity, Black (29982)

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Hamilton Beach Bread Maker Machine, Digital, Programmable, 12 Settings + Gluten Free, Dishwasher Safe Pan + Kneading Paddle, 2 lb Capacity, Black (29982)
Hamilton Beach Bread Maker Machine, Digital, Programmable, 12 Settings + Gluten Free, Dishwasher Safe Pan + Kneading Paddle, 2 lb Capacity, Black (29982)

$89.99

Description

  • FRESH, HOMEMADE BREAD IN 3 EASY STEPS: Just add your ingredients to the bread machine, select the cycle and press start.
  • VERSATILE WITH 12 CYCLES: Make delicious, mouth-watering loaves of bread or prepare dough for pizza and dinner rolls. Cycles include basic, French, gluten-free, whole grain, 1.5 lb. express, 2.0 lb. express, sweet, dough, dough, roast nuts, jam and bake.
  • CUSTOMIZE BREAD YOUR WAY: Choose to make either 1 lb., 1.5 lb. or 2 lb. loaves, and select from 3 crust settings for light, medium or dark crust.
  • EASY TO CLEAN — DISHWASHER SAFE ACCESSORIES. Comes with removable nonstick bread pan, kneading paddle, paddle removing tool, measuring cup and spoon for fast, easy cleanup after baking.
  • EASILY PROGRAM AND MONITOR PROGRESS. The digital display with countdown timer makes it easy to select the cycle, loaf and crust settings and monitor the baking time. Delay start lets you set the bread machine in advance, so bread is ready when you are.

Additional information

Specification: Hamilton Beach Bread Maker Machine, Digital, Programmable, 12 Settings + Gluten Free, Dishwasher Safe Pan + Kneading Paddle, 2 lb Capacity, Black (29982)

Color

Black, New For 2023

Product Dimensions

13.9"D x 11.4"W x 11.2"H

Capacity

2 Pounds

Brand

Hamilton Beach

Product Care Instructions

Dishwasher Safe

Number of Programs

12

Item Weight

10.83 pounds

Manufacturer

Hamilton Beach

Country of Origin

China

Item model number

29982

Date First Available

November 9, 2022

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9 reviews for Hamilton Beach Bread Maker Machine, Digital, Programmable, 12 Settings + Gluten Free, Dishwasher Safe Pan + Kneading Paddle, 2 lb Capacity, Black (29982)

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  1. HotTam

    Exclente Producto

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  2. Rick

    Love the fact that I get delicious home made bread every day with minimal effort.

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  3. Stan

    This is a nice bread maker, worth the price. I have made bread periodically before so I know what a loaf should look like generally I.e., too wet or too dry. I was afraid to deviate from the instructions but decided to do this for my raisin loaf and I had good results.

    The machine did not alert me to when to add the raisins so you need to read the instructions and add them at the correct time.

    Four observations:

    1. Do not follow the recipes that come with it that involve the “ml” amounts. They are grossly off, especially the raisin bread recipe. The flour asked for was not enough, I needed to add more slowly during the first round of kneading. Your dough should not look like cookie dough.

    2. Feel free to add more flour as it is kneading. The raisin bread recipe is too wet as written. Feel free to scrape down sides with a rubber scraper during kneading as well.

    3. Remove dough and paddle directly after last kneading cycle onto a floured surface. Do this quickly so as not to cut into last rising time. This is a good time to add more flour if needed and give it a little kneading and shape. Place the loaf right back on the paddle spike. You will need to soak the bread off of the spike when cleaning but it is worth not digging the paddle out of the loaf!

    4. Get a cookbook for bread machines! This comes with some basic recipes and that is it.

    This machine lets you fiddle with things if you want to. I can’t wait to make more in this machine!!

    Remember loafs only last three days at room temperature and ten days in a refrigerator. These loaves have NO preservatives which is great for our health, but spoil earlier than commercial loaves. Enjoy!

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  4. HotTam

    Worked well enough for the first year. Nothing really works by year-two. For example, the dough cycle does not make usable dough now … just a soupy mess. Basic bread cycle? It can’t get past just making more “soup.” I always weigh (and have always weighed) the flour and use fresh ingredients but to no improved effect.

    The first “Rate Features” is “Easy to use.” Zero stars reflect the fact that there is no “use” to rate.
    The second one is “Easy to clean.” This gets 5 stars because it really is easy to clean, both before when it actually made dough and finished bread and now when it produces “soup.”
    The third one is “Timer function.” Zero stars reflect the fact that the machine is malfunctioning, and I don’t know whether that is because of the timer or not.

    I would not recommend it, which is a shame, because I’ve had good luck with other Hamilton Beach small appliances in the past and had high hopes for this bread maker.

    Update: I decided that I would try again before admitting defeat. The unit came with two paddles, so I swapped out the one that I’d been using for the unused one in case there was an issue as to whether the paddle was seating well enough to mix ingredients. I switched back to regular yeast instead of bread-machine yeast. This try was more successful. I will keep the unit because it makes a good basic white bread, which is what I bought it for originally anyway.

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  5. jemmedia

    I love this bread machine. I spent hours online looking at the different choices and reading the reviews — negative and positive. I put it in my cart so many times, then left it there and came back a few times before finally hitting the “buy” button. The negative reviews really had me apprehensive. But since I’ve never baked a loaf of bread before, I thought I’d start with this one, and if it was a dud, I’d try a more expensive one.

    This was really “plug and play”. It’s ready to go right out of the box. I took the advice found in the positive reviews which was (1) read the manual from start to finish before trying out the machine and (2) make sure your measurements are exact and you follow the instructions and do everything in the right order. Weigh out the ingredients first and have them sitting on the counter ready to put in the machine before you turn on the machine.

    I read the manual twice (not all at once). I decided to try an easy white bread first. I went out and bought “bread machine” flour and since I couldn’t find “bread machine yeast” I just got some fast-rising yeast. The recipes say “vegetable oil or butter” and since I never use vegetable oil (or any seed oil — only olive oil) I used unsalted butter instead.

    It was so simple it almost felt like cheating.

    As to all the things I was fearing from the negative reviews: The machine is really quiet, compared to a blender or vitamix or food processor. It would not wake someone up in the next room let alone disturb an apartment neighbor.
    The machine did not walk off my counter or fall on the floor. It has four rubber feet that keep it in place — it moved about 2-3 inches a few times and I just pushed it back. (Intially I put it on a ribbed cotton placemat but I removed it after a while since it didn’t seem necessary and it actually moved less without it.

    I could tell the bread was rising nicely looking in the top window. When it started the baking stage (last stage) I could smell it in another room and went to see if anything was burning, but no, it was just some some air vents in the machine that let out some steam.

    When the bread was done I let it stay in the machine for about 15 minutes. I took out the bake pan, turned it upside down over a wire rack, and the bread fell right out. Nothing stuck to the baking bucket.
    This unit doesn’t come with a paddle removal tool, and the paddle did stay in the bread, so I took the screw part of a corkscrew and gently probed the bottom of the bread and it came out pretty quick with just a little hole in the bottom.
    I had set it on the medium crust level and the bread was browned perfectly.
    It rose really nicely.
    The bread was crusty on the outside and the white bread inside was not stiff or hardened.
    I sliced a piece off, tasted it and thought it had a really good, rich flavor. I put some peanut butter and jelly on it and put the rest in a plastic bag and left it on the counter overnight. This morning, I sliced a piece off, and it was still tender inside. (Meaning if you put you pushed your finger into it, it would create a small dent and then bounce back, or at least not tear). I cut it in half and toasted the halves. The toast came out great, evenly browned and I a scrambled egg on it.

    At dinner, a friend came over and tasted it and even though he’s not a white bread kind of person, he thought it tasted really good.

    One of the reasons I went with this model was because it’s dishwasher safe. But the pan was still so clean after baking the bread, all I did was take a dampen a clean dish towel and wipe the inside. Nothing stuck to the inside housing of the machine so I just ran the damp cloth over it and let the top up so it would dry fully.

    I know this is a long review, but I had so much angst from the 180 degree difference between the positive and negative reviews, I thought it might be helpful to another beginner like me who is struggling to make sense of the reviews. It’s not that I disbelieve the negative reviewers — I’ve certainly gotten appliances I thought had been previously returned or were duds for other reasons. But I am so happy with this machine so far, I really wanted to share it.
    I’m going to do rye bread next.
    PS If in the next 6 months, the machine falls apart or fails to perform properly or the non-stick surface comes off into the bread, I’ll come back and update.

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  6. carolyn larkman

    Good recipes on the Hamilton beach website

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  7. Cliente de Amazon

    Jokes aside, this is a solid little bread maker! I’ve thrown about 20 various loaves through it and it’s yet to let me down. Whether you’re new to the bread making game, or just wanna save a few dubloons on bread for the fam, look no further than this dude right here. 👌😁

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  8. sadie

    I did not like the fact that there was no recipe for whole wheat bread which is what I prefer. Fortunately my old recipe is working with a few adjustments

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  9. Stan

    Super easy as compared to making bread by hand – there’s no need for yeast proofing, dough mixing, or worrying about the first and second rise!

    I would highly recommend using a scale to weigh out the ingredients precisely as directed by the Basic Bread recipe included in the manual for best results until you get a feel for the machine and start to experiment with new recipes.

    You can substitute all purpose flour for bread flour without changing the recipe and I recommend using One in a Mill Instant yeast – makes great fluffy bread.

    I’m still yet to try out new recipes and play with mix ins but so far for making basic bread this thing is a huge time saver and great results every time!

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