Oh the smell of fresh baked bread right out of the breadmaker! Spread your favorite jam, butters, honey on hot baked bread that you can make at home easily! How would you like to have fresh baked bread for years to come for less than $1…?! That’s how much this recently ended auction for a Cuisinart bread maker sold for: $0.31 – 31 bids total spent by all bidders, less than 31 bids were spent by the winning bidder flud71.
This same Cuisinart bread maker that’s offered on DealDash via online auction has a buy it now price of $173.
“Cuisinart Bread Maker Everybody loves homemade bread, but not everybody has time to make it. Now Cuisinart does it for you! Our versatile Bread Maker offers a variety of crust colors and loaf sizes, and 12 preprogrammed menu options. Foolproof recipes include low carb and gluten-free breads, as well as jams and sauces. With a convenient 13-hour Delay Start Timer, that wonderful aroma of just-baked bread can be waiting for you when you walk in the door. What’s Included Cuisinart Bread Maker Measuring cup, measuring spoon Recipe book Owner’s manual Product Features 12 preprogrammed menu options, 3 crust colors and 3 loaf sizes offer over 100 choices Cuisinart-quality technology promises superior crust, color and texture Classic lines, embossed logo, and large, sturdy stay-cool handles Removable lid with viewing window 15-minute Pause Bake-Only option 13-Hour Delay Start Timer Power Failure Backup.”
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Check out my favorite recipe for Bread Machine Baguettes!
- 1 c water, at room temperature
- 2 3/4 c bread flour
- 1 tbsp sugar
- 1 tsp salt
- 1 1/2 tsp bread machine yeast
- 1 egg yolk
- 1 tbsp water
1. Add first five ingredients to your bread machine, using the order recommended by your machine’s manufacturer. In most machines, that means you’ll add the liquids first, then the dry ingredients, and finish with the yeast. I always like to sprinkle the bread flour evenly over the water, creating a floating barrier so that the other dry ingredients don’t slip into the liquid. I also like to dig a little well in my dry ingredients to hold the yeast.
2. Run your machines Dough/Manual cycle.
3. Grease a large mixing bowl with a small amount of vegetable oil. When your machine has completed it’s Dough/Manual cycle, remove dough ball with floured hands and place in mixing bowl. Turn dough over so that both sides get greased. Cover bowl and allow to rise someplace warm for about 30 minutes.
4. Punch down dough. On a lightly floured surface, roll dough into a 16 x 12 inch rectangle (this does not need to be exact). Cut rectangle in half to make two 8 x 12 rectangles. Roll up the 12 inch side of each rectangle to create your baguette shape. Pinch the seam closed and taper the ends.
5. Place your shaped loaves on a greased cookie sheet. With a paring knife, make diagonal cuts on the top of the loaves, one every 3 inches or so. Cover baguettes and allow to rise someplace warm for about 30 minutes, or until doubled.
6. Preheat oven to 375 degrees. In a small bowl, beat together egg yolk and tablespoon water. Brush egg mixture over baguettes. Bake 20 to 25 minutes until golden brown. Cool on a rack at least 12 hours, or overnight. Baguettes are ready when they’ve developed a nice, hard crust.
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