Kuissential 2-Pound Programmable Bread Machine with Auto Fruit and Nut Dispenser, 13 Settings (Bread Maker) Review

Kuissential 2-Pound Programmable Bread Machine w/ Auto Fruit and Nut Dispenser, 13 Settings and 13-Hour Delay Timer

  • Turn your kitchen into a bakery with the easy to use Kuissential Bread Maker!
  • Makes 1.5 and 2 pound loafs with Light, Medium, or Dark crust.
  • 13 Settings to make many different types of BREADS, JAMS, and DOUGH.
  • Auto-Dispenser for fruits/nuts, 13 hour delay timer, viewing window, keep warm function
  • Includes measuring cup and spoon
The Kuissential Bread Maker is the perfect way to transform your kitchen into a bakery while keeping things extremely simple and easy to clean. Simply place ingredients in the bread pan, choose the type of bread, the size of your loaf, the color of the crust, press start and the machine does the rest! You can even automatically add fruits and nuts later in the bread cycle using the Auto-Dispense feature. If you want to have fresh bread ready in the morning or after work, you can use the delay ti

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3 Comments on “Kuissential 2-Pound Programmable Bread Machine with Auto Fruit and Nut Dispenser, 13 Settings (Bread Maker) Review
  1. 68 of 72 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Does a great job at making home made bread, April 7, 2015
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    Angela (Minnesota) –
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    This review is from: Kuissential 2-Pound Programmable Bread Machine with Auto Fruit and Nut Dispenser, 13 Settings (Bread Maker)
    I’ve made several loaves of bread with this Kuissential bread maker and compared it with my Breadman, to see how they would compare to one another. The non-stick used in Kuissential maker appears to be the same type of material (or very similar type) that is used my Breadman which I’ve used for several years now. The non-stick in my Breadman machine has held up to lots of use and I’ve had no issues with it flaking or coming off. So with the non-stick in this Kuissential machine appearing to be made of the same (or very similar) material, I’m hoping to see the same kinds of long term results. I’ve had this machine for several months now, and have made quite a bit of bread in it. The non-stick has held up perfectly so far.

    One thing different I noticed about this bread maker is how the loaf pan is locked in and out of place. This machine uses something I had not seen before, a twisting lock. Rather than just shoving down or pulling up on the loaf pan to remove it, it twists into place. I’ve used a few bread machines in the past and never seen a twisting lock design. I like this quite a bit, since it makes putting the pan in and taking it out a bit smoother. Just note that if you go to lift out the pan and it doesn’t come right up, don’t try and force it. You have to twist it instead and it comes out easily.

    The machine mixes all the ingredients well. It pulls everything from the pan walls and the paddle kneads the dough nicely. I tested out the ingredient dispenser and it worked fine. It dropped the ingredients into the dough right when it was supposed to. I’ve made a few different bread types with this and the machine cooked them all correctly. This machine has the same kinds of menu options as my Breadman, letting me make several loaf sizes and also letting a person choose how dark they want the crust of their bread.

    The machine does stop cooking when the timer runs out, and just keeps the bread warm from that point on. The bottom of my bread doesn’t get torn apart from removing the loaf from the pan and the paddles. The only thing left behind are small holes in the bottom where the paddles were used in mixing the dough. I’ve been making really nice and great tasting home made bread from this machine for months now, and it’s been working perfectly.

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  2. 45 of 47 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Convenient way to make bread, April 14, 2015
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    Doey (United States) –

    This review is from: Kuissential 2-Pound Programmable Bread Machine with Auto Fruit and Nut Dispenser, 13 Settings (Bread Maker)
    I was provided a sample product for my unbiased and honest review.

    I have never owned a bread machine before this one,
    Prior to this, I would always knead the dough by hand and hand stretch the dough to proof in separate tins.

    I never knew what convenience this machine could bring!
    All I need to do is measure the ingredients and put them in, and the bread machine will automatically knead, proof, and bake.

    There is a detailed instruction booklets that comes with colored pictures on how to operate this bread machine and various bread making tips,

    Along with the standard bread menu options, there is also a “gluten-free” option, “cake”, and “jam” option.
    Added together, there are 13 different options to operate this machine.
    There is also a “home-made” button which allows the user to customize the knead and proof time.
    You can also choose Light/Medium/Dark on the crust of the bread.

    When the bread is baking, there is a viewing panel to observe the bread,
    And a auto dispense chute for dried fruits, nuts, etc.

    There is an option to delay the bread machine by 13 hours before it starts to operate.
    If you do use this feature, make sure to not leave perishable ingredients out prior before this, as the milk or eggs, etc would spoil.

    After the bread is baked, the machine keeps it warm.

    When cleaning, make sure to use non abrasive cleaning pads because the bread loaf pan does have a non-stick coating.

    Also, I noticed that during kneading, the machine tends to shake quite a bit.
    Make sure to place the breach machine on a flat surface and definitely not on the edge of a counter, it could possibly shake itself off and crash on the ground. The noise when kneading is not too loud, I was able to ignore it when I was focusing on something else.

    I have some pictures below of the bread I made, I was going for a recipe that had fluffy and cottony sweet bread. The bread machine was able to knead the dough pretty well to pass the windowpane test. The resulting bread was airy and fluffy.

    When making bread, it is best to ditch your measuring cups and start weighing the ingredients instead because it is important to have the exact amounts of yeast, salt, sugar, etc. If the salt or sugar exceed what the recipe intended, then the bread may not rise at all because excess salt and sugar inhibit the yeast activity.

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  3. 36 of 37 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Perfect bread every time, with minimum effort on my part, April 23, 2015
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    This review is from: Kuissential 2-Pound Programmable Bread Machine with Auto Fruit and Nut Dispenser, 13 Settings (Bread Maker)
    Store bought breads can never replace fresh homemade breads, right? But yet we buy breads from stores because it is easy and does not take much of our time. But all varieties of breads are not available in store, even those that are available does not taste the same with different brands. Ex: Cinnamon Raisin breads of different brands tastes completely different, while one brands taste absolutely marvelous the other taste very dry and are hard to chew. This is why I love my new Kuissential bread maker.

    The break maker makes 1.5 and 2 lbs loafs but can also be used to make jams, cakes or knead a dough, if you need it, awesome isn’t it? I have already made a few batch of cinnamon raisin bread in the Kuissential bread maker, and they came out pretty good, every time. The nonstick loaf pan does not even need to be buttered or sprayed, yet it comes out cleanly every single time. The loaf pan is locked to place by a twist which is something different than other bread maker’s I have seen. It is asked to put a little oil on the kneading blade so that after baking it comes out of the shaft easily. But if you forget, like I did, it still comes out easily if you soak the pan in water for a couple minutes.

    One thing that I really liked about the bread maker is the auto dispenser, for nuts and fruits. As we cannot put in the dry fruits or nut at the beginning of the kneading; having an auto dispenser comes really handy, as you do not have to keep on checking the time or the machine for when to add the fruits. The machine mixed the raisins exactly when it was supposed to.

    There are 13 settings you can choose from to make bread, jam or dough and it also have a 13 hour delay timer. While making bread it is recommended to put the liquid ingredients first, followed by salt and sugar then the rest of the dry and at last the yeast so that it does not touch the liquids. The machine made the dough very evenly, it mixed all the ingredients very well and the baking was very well done too. After the baking is done, if you do not take the bread out, the machine will keep it warm, but not overcook it.

    I am making a lot of homemade breads, which everyone in my home is enjoying, even my 19 month old. Not only am I making plain breads but now I have the courage to try out various sweet breads recipes too.

    Disclouser: I received a product sample for testing, in-exchange of my unbiased review.

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