Black & Decker B2250 All-In-One Automatic Breadmaker for 1-1/2 to 2-Pound Loaves
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- Automatic breadmaker bakes 1-1/2- to 2-pound loaves
- User-friendly control panel with digital display; 10 menu items; 3 crust shades
- 13-hour delay timer; 60-minute keep warm; viewing window; cool-touch housing
- Nonstick baking pan, kneading paddle, and measuring cup and spoon included
- Measures 18-3/5 by 12-2/5 by 14-4/5 inches
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I am a newb bread maker, and I didn't read the other reviews on this product when I bought it on sale at ... a retail outlet for under $50. The price was great and it was the only one in the store. I knew I could return it if I wasn't happy. I wanted one as I want a better diet. I can't find any good tasting breads in stores that are also good for my blood sugars (diabetic eh). There may not be one anywhere as I now find out that all recipes have some white flour or equivalant to make them fluff up and stick together, but that's another tale.
This machine has made two loaves for me without a flaw. I made the plain white sandwich bread on medium nad a Robin Hood Oatmeal Raisin bread on light. Both were fantastic! I've written enough, so I'll point form the positives and negatives I found:
+ does not burn. Bread was perfect.
+ shakes but moved only 1/4 of an inch on the #5 (3:40) setting, less on the sandwich (1:55) setting.
+ does not stick. Nope, it's very slippery. If you can't clean this, you should not be allowed in a kitchen.
+ LCD very visible
+ beeps loudly
+ very sturdy paddle. No issues.
- thin recipe book/manual. I'm skeptical of a currant bread with no currants.
- buttons very hard to read
- buttons backward from manual descriptions (pfft!)
- cover does not come off. My 2nd loaf did stick to it a bit, and cleaning was not difficult, but if a disaster happens, cleaning could be tough.
- it's a vertical bin, but that's what you pay for.
So far I'm very happy.
Not a big deal, we would buy another one.
B2250 All in one pro. Black & Decker 2-lb. Programmable Bread Maker
Brought it home, washed the pan, etc. Decided to try the cracked wheat sandwich bread recipe that was printed in the book. (since I wasn't sure if I could use my 'old' recipes in the new unit).
Good thing that I was home. It started up fine...everything seemed to be working...until I smelled smoke/burning. Yup, it was the unit...smoke pouring out everywhere. Needless to say, I am not happy with this unit. Forget replacing it with another B2250, I don't want it.
I've now read some reviews that state that the breadmakers are no longer manufactured by Black & Decker. Perhaps this is the problem? Name is still the same but the units are not. Too bad.
Anyways, I'm off to find a new bread machine. It won't be a B & D.
I cannot find any settings that do not result in burned bread and its lid is permanently attached to the bread maker so if you get bread stuck (and burned) on the inside of the lid then it is impossible to clean properly.
This is the B2250 machine, but its big brother, the B2300 Horizontal bread maker, has the same problems. I have tried both and they now both reside in my basement.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I usually like B&D products, but this one was a piece of garbage. Bread is not cooked thoroughly, started to squeak at the joints only after a couple of weeks and in a couple of... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Johnny
This has been my favorite toy for the last 8 months. So easy to use and clean.... It is kindof bulky, but I made space for storage (so worth it).... Read morePublished on March 10, 2012 by Borico
I received this bread maker as a gift. I worked twice, perfectly. Then, just wouldn't cycle through the programs and I wasted several hours and bags of flour trying to get it to... Read morePublished on October 8, 2010 by HOSSEIN DAVOODI
I have no Idea what in the world you people are talking about. I have a B&D all in one bread machine i bought in 1990. Read morePublished on August 25, 2010 by Buddy