Can anyone suggest a Bread Machine with a gluten free cycle?

JoAnna - posted on 02/26/2009 ( 5 moms have responded )

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Hi I am in the market to purchase a Bread Machine with a gluten free cycle on it, I have made gluten free bread for manny years and heard how easy it is to make it in the bread machine, I am doing some reaserach on the internt and wondered if anyone has one they really like , I have heard that the brand: Breadmaster is no good it is all refurbished selling for brand new and that they break down all the time and the electonics dont work as well.

Any info would be nice because if Im going to put out the money I would like to get one that actually works!! Thanks all and Blessings, JoAnna



P,s LOL just beacause Im a proffesional chef dosnt mean Im a professional baker lol!!

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I actually have an original Breadmaster from like 15+ yrs ago, got it from my MIL and it works great for gluten free breads. My son loves the raisin bread that I make in it.

Angela - posted on 04/21/2009

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I have the Breadman Ultimate plus I have had it for about a year love it and the book that came with it has some really good gluten free recipes in it.

Tia - posted on 04/19/2009

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I just bought my mom one from Wal-Mart the name is SunBeam I think. My breadmaker is also a SunBeam without the setting and still makes the most wonderful gluten free bread. I found the key to it is use butter where it calls for oil, makes a huge difference. Also there are alot of books at the local libraries that have Gluten Free BreadMaker Recipes. So many varieties now. Hope this helps!

Jennifer - posted on 04/19/2009

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I received a bread machine as a gift when we were married 10yrs ago. It stills works great despite the fact that one time I made bread I realized my husband put "bad" yeast in the dough and I added "a little" and ended up with a disaster almost turned fire. Quite funny now, but I thought I had ruined it. Anyway it is by Regal. It does not have a gluten free cycle, but the recipe book that came with has recipes and tells you which cycle to use. I use a recipe not in that book on rapid cycle for our bread. I don't think a specific cycle is needed because I love our bread. It still works great even after our disaster.

Laurie - posted on 02/28/2009

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I have a friend with a Cuisinart one that she loves and it has a gluten-free cycle...

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