Oh, how can you not love the smell of fresh bread in the morning? It’s especially yummy when you’ve made it all by yourself. This fantastic breadmaker from Kenwood has had a hefty £35 sliced (hur hur) off the original price, taking it down to only £34.99 including delivery.
I own a breadmaker. I honestly don’t know how I lived without it. Before I bought it, I did do the maths on how much it would cost to make my own bread versus purchasing it at the supermarket. I can’t remember the exact figures, and they’ve probably changed a bit since the recession, but it worked out to something like 34p a loaf in 2008.
Now that is a substantial saving and if you add that to the fact that, when it is homemade, there are no preservatives or funny things added to the mix, it’s a good idea to consider buying a breadmaker. This particular one has 13 programmes, can make jams and cakes, has a timer, includes measuring equipment and automatic restart if there is a power failure.
It also includes a one hour keep warm function, different crust settings and even a rapid bake programme for hot, fresh bread in under an hour. YUM!
Thanks to lucerysmum at HUKD!