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  • 3 easy steps - Add ingredients, select cycle, start
  • Prepare healthy whole-grain bread - control the nutritional content of your bread
  • Homemade bread without preservatives or trans fat
  • Recipes included: gluten-free to French bread
  • 12 cycles including jam and cake
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HomeBaker Bread Machine
Hamilton Beach HomeBaker Bread Machine (29982)

White, wheat, sourdough, country, French, or even homemade jam — the HomeBaker Bread Machine from Hamilton Beach will do it all. Making artesian breads at home has never been easier or more foolproof. Whatever your taste preferences or dietary needs, you can satisfy them with the Hamilton Beach HomeBaker Bread Machine. Developed with nutrition in mind, it features settings such as gluten-free and whole-grain so you can bake wholesome breads using a variety of flours. In addition to bread, you can make pizza dough, cakes, jams, flatbreads and croissants.

Bread-making is now Simpler than Ever

The Home Baker Bread Machine couldn't be easier to use. This carefully designed machine includes a detailed manual with easy-to-follow instructional drawings, custom recipes and baking tips.

How to Use

With the HomeBaker Bread Machine, preparing a variety of breads is as easy as one, two, three: just add ingredients, select the cycle, and press start. After you make the first delicious batch, it won’t be long before family and friends are asking for more.


12 Program Cycles
  • Basic: for white and mixed breads consisting mainly of basic bread flour.
  • French: for light breads made from fine flour. Normally, the bread is fluffy and has a crispy crust. This is not a suitable setting for recipes requiring butter, margarine, or milk.
  • Gluten-Free: for gluten-free breads and mixes.
  • Quick: for quick-bread recipes that do not use yeast for rising and instead may use baking powder or soda. Kneading, rising and baking loaf within a time less than for basic bread.
  • Sweet: for breads with additives such as fruit juices, grated coconut, raisins, dry fruits, chocolate, or added sugar. Due to a longer phase of rising, the bread will be light and airy.
  • 1.5 lb. Express: kneading, rising, and baking a 1.5-lb. loaf occurs in 58 minutes using a quick-rising yeast. Loaf will be smaller and rougher than that made with the Basic cycle.
  • 2.0 lb. Express: same as 1.5 lb. Express, but yields a 2-lb. loaf.
  • Dough: this cycle prepares the yeast dough for buns, pizza crust, etc., to be baked in a conventional oven. There is no baking in this cycle.
  • Jam: for making jams with fresh fruit.
  • Cake: kneading, rising, and baking occurs, but with the aid of soda or baking powder.
  • Whole Grain: for breads with heavy varieties of flour that require a longer phase of kneading and rising (whole wheat flour, rye flour). Bread will be more compact and heavy.
  • Bake: when additional baking of breads is needed because a loaf is too light or not baked through. There is no kneading or resting.

Customer Reviews

Easy to use and makes excellent bread.
C Hughes
The machine has cycles for different types of dough, one to mix and knead without baking (for things like rolls and pizza dough) and one to bake (or make jam).
E.Swope
I've made regular bread, whole wheat, and french bread and they've all turned out very well.
Olympic Peninsula Grandma

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

93 of 98 people found the following review helpful By Terry R. Nye VINE VOICE on September 26, 2013
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The Hamilton Beach HomeBaker bread machine is a versatile machine for not only kneading dough and baking bread but also for making jams. The machine arrives well-packaged and pretty much ready to go right out of the box. I was surprised by how lightweight it is. It utilizes a vertical non-stick bread pan, which means your bread will not look like the loaves you see in the store, but they will still be shaped to where you can cut your bread into sandwich slices if desired. Two non-stick kneading paddles are provided, but only one is used. I don't know why an extra is provided, but it is kind of handy to have in case you lose one. A very thick printed owner's manual is provided that explains exactly how to use the machine and also provides some helpful recipes.

Operation of the machine is pretty intuitive and straightforward. You fill the pan with wet ingredients first, then add the dry ingredients. After you put your pan in the machine you select which function you want the machine to perform (there are 12 different cycles to select from including ones for jam and cake), select your desired crust, select the loaf size (the machine can bake 1-1/2 or 2-1/2 pound loaves), and then press the start button. You can add things to your bread during the kneading process (e.g. nuts, seeds, raisins) at any time by simply raising the lid and dropping them into the pan. A basic loaf of bread will be kneaded and baked in about 3 hours. There are settings available to delay baking if desired (in case you want to wake up in the morning to the smell of freshly baked bread, for instance). The bread is easy to remove from the pan after baking, and clean up is minimal.
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81 of 87 people found the following review helpful By ck TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 18, 2013
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Don't tell my early-1990s-vintage Panasonic bread machine that I've been eager to bring my bread-making into 21st century. After seeing descriptions of machines that can bake a from-scratch loaf in less than an hour, or be programmed for a time-delayed start, I was intrigued and my heart started to stray. Imagine a bread machine that not only could make bread, but also could prepare jam from fresh fruit, or even bake a cake? A device with such skills might make it out of the back corner of the pantry and actually lay claim to kitchen counter space.

Thus, I happily put the Hamilton Beach through its paces, and even did some side-by-side bakeoffs with my Panasonic to provide an external point of comparison if you are new to bread machines or have an older unit you are thinking of replacing. The short version of my review: This unit is worth considering if you haven't made bread from scratch before and if this is your first bread machine. It's also worth consideration if you would like to make gluten-free bread or if you would like to make one-hour bread to accompany a meal. However, if you plan to use this machine regularly and/or are seeking quality crumb, look for a machine with better construction quality and performance.

Construction:
The Hamilton Beach is heavier and has a larger footprint; fair enough, because it can bake larger 2-lb loaves, rather than the vertical 1 and 1.5-lb. loaves of the Panasonic. However, several components are loose enough to have a noticeable amount of "play." Most concerning is the lateral wiggle of the removable paddle, which contributes to its tendency to anchor itself in the finished loaf rather than stay in the pan when the bread is removed.
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By James Beswick VINE VOICE on October 25, 2013
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I'd played unsuccessfully with a few bread makers before and never had particularly good results, though admittedly it's probably more the cook's fault than the machine. The Hamilton was quick to unpack and after a 2-minute read of the instructions, I threw in the ingredients and didn't expect anything particularly great. To my surprise, 3 hours later I had one of the best French loaves I've tasted in years.

It's very simple to use - unplug the container, load the ingredients and choose one of the required program. There's really not much more to think about, other than resisting the urge to lift the lid and check the bread once it's cooking. The loaves are square and tall but slice up beautifully with perfectly crusty edges and a warm hot center. Not a single loaf we've cooked have survived more than a day in the kitchen so we've had to lay off the breadmaker for a few days.

This is a sturdy little machine with few components that's easy to pack and unpack and really takes no time at all to master. It's perfect as a gift to family (or yourself) and it really produces a first class end result (check my photo for proof!).
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29 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Mkhmn VINE VOICE on October 27, 2013
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I have always wanted to try out one of these machines. I have made bread from scratch but it is time consuming and physically difficult as the kneading, when done properly, takes effort that my arthritis does not enjoy.

The machine comes with a recipe book so I immediately tried out the white bread recipe. I don't know what I did wrong but it turned out looking crazy and inedible. I threw that out and tried again. This time I decided to make the dinner rolls. This recipe calls for only the dough to be made and there is a setting for that. Once the dough is done, you remove it from the machine, divide it into small chunks and put those in a baking pan to rise, then bake in your oven. They turned out fantastic!!

I'm still working through all the settings and possibilities. I think the first attempt failure was probably my fault since everything else has turned out fine.

Oh, one last thing. I thought from the look of the machine that it was smaller than most bread machines and would fit on my counter. Wrong. It is less wide but is deep and tall and pretty much the same overall size as other bread machine.
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