Morphy Richards I Love You

When it comes to gadgets we are a household that is full of them, thanks my gadget geek of a hubby.

Our most recent purchase, in my eyes is one that I think will be well used.

Morphy Richards 48282 Coolwall Fastbake 2lb Graphite

A breadmaker!!

We bought this last Sunday – and in actual fact the one we got wasnt the one we had actually ordered in Argos.  We were looking for the compact 1lb breadmaker, and that is the order code we used and paid for….

Turns out when we got to my mums, that it is was the one in the picture above instead! According to the box it stated the code we bought – but this machine is worth about £100 not the £49.99 we paid for – so a bargin for us indeed!

In a way I am glad we ended up with this one – it has so many more functions and loaf sizes and by far a better buy than I think the compact one would have been.

Feautres:

  • 3 loaf sizes – 1lb, 1 1/2 lb and 2lb
  • 3 crust settings – light, medium, dark
  • 12 settings (for differnt types of bread)
  • 13 hour programmable timer
  • Large viewing window.

It comes with an instrucstion book which also has easy to follow recipies, and it also comes with a measuring cup and spoon.

As soon as we got it out the box we couldnt wait to try it out so had to take a trip to Tesco to get the ingredients.

The recipies are straight forward and easy to follow thanks to the measuring cup and spoon, you have to make sure to put the ingredients in the pan in the order stated and the amounts are correct. So far we havent had any “mishaps”

The viewing window is just great – our first batch we made you couldnt tear me away from the window for wathcing the machine do its magic.

You can programme it to start up to 13 hours later – so waking up to the smell of fresh baked bread has been great this past week 🙂

If 3 hours you have a perfect loaf of bread that just tastes so much better than the store bought stuff. Its so tasty that I really dont think I will buy another loaf of bread from a shop every again.

The ingredients that you will have to buy on a regular basis is the flour, yeast and powdered milk – sugar and salt and possible sunflower oil are you basic cupboard essentials and most people will have these.

I never thought I would ever own a breadmaker – let alone use it, but so far it has had a fair amount of use for only being a week old 🙂

Acutally as I type I have an Italian Herb Bread baking right now and it will be ready bang on lunch time.

If you are thinking about getting a breadmaker or not sure what one to get, then I would totally recommend this one.  It ticks all the boxes for me.

 

 

30-something living in Scotland with her fiance Lee and 3 year old son Jack. Baby number 2 is due Dec 2012.
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