Best Express Bread Machine
Can you believe that you can get bread in as little as 58 minutes? I didn’t. Well, not until I found the Oster 5838 ExpressBake Breadmaker. I’m a stickler for tradition, and when I found out about how quick this machine makes bread, I was at first put off by the idea. How can any machine make bread that quick and still ensure it’s great?
I’ve since changed my opinion, BECAUSE this bread machine really does make good-tasting bread in 58 minutes. I timed it. The viewing window really helped me see what it is that I was baking, and when I took my loaf of bread out, it looked like a loaf of bread should, not like other bread machines, which produce weird-looking loaves that taste like bread, smell like bread, but don’t really look like bread at all.
It has 18-settings for different types of bread, a 13-hour delayed cycle, 3 bread size settings and of course, the famous 58-minute ExpressBake cycle. It’s also a pretty inexpensive purchase, because it’s less than US$100, so even without the ExpressBake cycle, it’s a pretty affordable bread machine.
Quick! Is Express Bread Worth It?
I think it is. Sometimes you just don’t have the time. Or when the fancy strikes you, nothing is more instantly gratifying than a loaf of bread in under an hour.