Want Your Own Home Bakery? Check Out the Top Rated Breadmaker by Zojirushi for all Your Home Baked Bread


Home Bakery Supreme Breadmaker

Anyone that is a lover of high quality artisan bread knows that it is well worth the cost, so one would expect that the gadgets enabling you to make such breads at home would be equally worth their cost.

Much like discount breads, discount bread makers will tend to disappoint more times than not. If you are going for something that will really fulfill your baking desires then I have to suggest the Zojirushi Home Bakery Supreme Breadmaker

Zojirushi BB-CEC20WB Home Bakery Supreme 2-Pound-Loaf Breadmaker, White
Zojirushi BB-CEC20WB Home Bakery Supreme 2-Pound-Loaf Breadmaker, White

Dual-blade bread machine makes rectangular-shaped 2-pound loaves

10 pre-programmed settings; 3 crust shades; LCD control panel; 13-hour delay timer

Large viewing window; removable nonstick bread pan for easy cleaning

Measuring spoon, measuring cup, and user manual with recipes included

Measures approximately 9-5/8 by 17 by 12-1/5 inches


The name doesn’t lie; it really does allow you to a home bakery that produces a supreme loaf of bread.

It offers everything from fully stage customizable time and temperature settings to fine tuning it depending on altitude, flour type and desired crust darkness.

It has pre set options for breads of all types: quick rise, gluten free, crusty, yeast free, and even is durable enough for hearty whole grain dough. Of course you can also bake those ever tasty cinnamon rolls, dinner rolls and delicious artisan sourdough breads.

The versatility gives you endless choices on the type of bread you bake as well as a few extra features. You also have the option to just use the dough cycle by itself and finishing up your baking in a conventional oven.

It has settings for kneading pizza dough and even pasta. On top of all that, there is even an option for making jam-what better to go with your fresh bread than fresh homemade jam.

If you aren't sure you need a 2-pound breadmaker, its really okay, Zojirushi has a 1-pound loaf programmable mini breadmaker. Either way you can't go wrong with this awesome bread machine!

Zojirushi BB-HAC10 Home Bakery 1-Pound-Loaf Programmable Mini Breadmaker
Zojirushi BB-HAC10 Home Bakery 1-Pound-Loaf Programmable Mini Breadmaker

This machine has three bread textures that you can choose, Regular, Firm or Soft. It also has regular and light crust control. Another new feature unique to this model is the cookie/pasta dough setting to prepare homemade cookies and pasta. The Quick baking cycle prepares breads in under 2 hours. Menu settings include Basic bread (regular, firm), soft, French, dough, cookie/pasta dough, cake, jam and quick bread. There is a view window on the lid to watch the baking process. This unit has a 13 hour delay timer and includes an easy-to-follow instruction video, manual and recipe booklet.


For all of these features and settings it is actually pretty easy to use. At its core it is basically a one touch set it and forget it machine if you want it to be. It is also a breeze to clean, since the bake tray is removable and dishwasher safe. This is a feature that some lower end bread makers skip on and it can be really frustrating trying to deal with it.

All of this may seem a little overwhelming, especially if you are new to the home bread making scene. You may be thinking that you really don’t need such a feature filled machine to begin with since you just want to make a simple loaf of bread.

Let me assure you though that it is well worth the investment in a good machine like the Zojirushi Home Bakery Supreme Breadmaker, as you may only be starting off but in the future you will want to expand your horizons in the baked goods arena.

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What's Your Favorite Breadmaker Recipe? 9 comments

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Deborah-Diane 5 years ago from Orange County, California

There is nothing like the smell of fresh bread baking! Makes your mouth start watering the moment you walk in the door.

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MyMastiffPuppies 5 years ago Author

Can't argue with that Deborah-Diane! I love fresh baked bread, and it fills the house with a wonderful aroma. Thanks for stopping by.

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frogyfish 5 years ago from Central United States of America

I have considered getting a bread maker and your mini one here is a great recommendation. Thanks for your tips!

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MyMastiffPuppies 5 years ago Author

Glad I could help! I agree the smaller one would be great for singles or small families.

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Old Poolman 5 years ago from Rural Arizona

Nothing beats the smell or taste of homemade bread. I can eat a whole darn loaf all by myself. I am going to take a look at this machine. Thanks for doing the research for us.

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MyMastiffPuppies 5 years ago Author

Ahh...the smell of fresh baked bread makes me throw out any thoughts of a diet. But one of the great things about this breadmaker is the ability to bake whole grains which is a great alternative.Thanks Poolman!

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Old Poolman 5 years ago from Rural Arizona

Sorry, but I like plain old white bread, hot out of the oven, dripping with butter. To each his own I guess.

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Guanta 5 years ago from New York City

Thank you MyMastiffPuppies, I've always loved to bake bread and did a lot more in the past. Of course, I did this manually, but I think you've sold me on a bread making machine which I had never entertained.

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MyMastiffPuppies 5 years ago Author

Oh Poolman,

Don't be mistaken, I love the all kinds of bread, hot dripping with "real" butter, I just know I have to limit it to not be wearing it the next 50 years.

Thanks Guanta,

Another great point about using a breadmaker is you don't have to heat up the whole kitchen while its baking. Okay in the winter but not so much when the temps are over 100. Thanks for stopping by!

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