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Bake your bread and eat it too!

10 July 2008

Bake your bread and eat it too!

Bread has to be described as one of life’s great staples, from lunchboxes to posh restaurants, breakfast tables to barbies – a delicious slice of fresh bread is a great addition to any meal.

Just as desirable as bread itself is the irresistible aroma of freshly baked bread cooking at home. Breville is bringing homemade bread back into fashion and making it easier than ever with Ultimate Baker’s Oven!

Cliff Carr, Breville’s National Sales Manager, says the beauty of homemade bread is not only its great taste but the fact ingredients can be altered, changed or swapped to suit everyone’s different tastes and dietary needs.

“Whether you like classic fluffy white bread, grainy wholemeal bread, olive bread, French bread, herb bread, or fruit bread – they can all be made in this machine,” says Carr.

“Not only can you create delicious breads but also homemade pizza and pasta doughs that are guaranteed to impress guests at any dinner party!”

According to Carr, the Ultimate Bakers Oven is not only great for bread lovers but is also the perfect appliance for the rising number of people avoiding gluten in their diets, or with a gluten intolerance or allergy.

“A lot of people who avoid gluten, often avoid bread all together as it is seen as being expensive to buy and often flavourless and dry in texture.

“With the Breville Ultimate Baker’s Oven you can make a variety of gluten free breads all that can be found in the Breville Easy bake Recipe Book that comes free with every purchase,” he says

Whether you are baking a small loaf for yourself or a large family loaf, this oven has ability to bake in three different sizes including 750g, 1kg and 1.25kg. For ease there are also 38 automatic programmes for different breads and doughs to save you time and hassle.

For those who would prefer a smaller, compact version Breville has the popular Bakers Oven. The Breville Bakers Oven comes with eight automatic programs, two different loaf sizes including 750g or 1kg and even includes a Rapid Break function that bakes bread in just over two hours.

The Breville Ultimate Bakers Oven and the Breville Bakers Oven can be found in leading appliance stores nationwide.


BB420 Breville Ultimate Bakers Oven - $319.95
BB280 Breville Bakers Oven - $169.95

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