Cuisinart wholesale CBK-200 Convection Bread Maker, 12" x 2021 16.5" x 10.25" sale

Cuisinart wholesale CBK-200 Convection Bread Maker, 12" x 2021 16.5" x 10.25" sale

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Color
Convection
Item Weight
16 Pounds
Material
Stainless Steel
Capacity
2 Pounds
Wattage
680 watts

  • 16 preprogrammed menu options, 3 crust colors, and 3 loaf sizes offer over 100 bread, dough/pizza dough, sweet cake and jam choices.
  • Low Carb and Gluten-Free preset menu options and recipes. A Cuisinart exclusive!
  • Special menu option takes basic dough through several long, slow cool rises for chewier textures and rustic crusts.
  • Unique convection feature circulates air for superior crust color, and texture. BPA Free
  • Audible tone indicates time to add fruit, nuts and other "mix-ins." Second tone offers option of removing paddle before baking, or removing unbaked dough to shape by hand.
  • Additional Options: 15-minute Pause, Bake-Only option, 12-Hour-Delay Start, Timer and Power Failure Backup
  • Limited 3-year warranty, 680 watts

Cuisinart CBK-200 2-Lb Convection Bread Maker

Fresh bread doesn’t get any easier, thanks to the responsive air circulation, speed and timing to ensure a beautiful bake each and every time. Taking care of your family’s health is easy with gluten free and low carb settings among 16 preset options at the touch of a button. Entertaining is easy with 3 crust colors, 3 loaf size options and over 100 bread, dough, cake and jam combinations with minimum fuss.

Features:

  • Low Carb and Gluten-Free preset menu options and recipes.
  • Special menu option takes basic dough through several long, slow cool rises for chewier textures and rustic crusts.
  • Unique convection feature circulates air for superior crust color, and texture.
  • Classic lines, smooth brushed stainless steel, embossed logo and large, sturdy, stay-cool handles.
  • Audible tone indicates time to add fruit, nuts and other 'mix-ins'. Second tone offers option of removing paddle before baking, or removing unbaked dough to shape by hand.
  • 15-minute Pause, Bake-Only option
  • 12-Hour-Delay Start
  • Timer and Power Failure Backup
  • 680 watts

Description

Product Description

Product Description: Bring the bakery home with our beautiful expertly engineered brushed stainless Convection Bread Maker! Fresh bread doesn’t get any easier, thanks to the responsive air circulation, speed, and timing to ensure a beautiful bake each and every time. Taking care of your family’s health is easy with gluten free and low carb settings among 16 preset options at the touch of a button. Entertaining is easy with 3 crust colors, 3 loaf size options, and over 100 bread, dough, cake, and jam combinations with minimum fuss.

From the Manufacturer

Troubleshooting Tips:

When using the bread maker, please make sure that you first set the removable bread pan in the basin of the bread maker *BEFORE* inserting the kneading paddle into the bottom of the bread pan.  Failure to do so can cause the kneading paddle to unseat itself when the bread pan is inserted and locked in to the unit.  To insert the bread pan, follow the instructions in the use and care guide.  Please pay specific attention to the snaps on the left and the right side of the bread pan.  Both snaps need to engage to secure the bread pan into place. Failure to do so will result in an improper fit between the unit and the bread pan, causing noise and failing to knead the ingredients properly.

Product information

Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here [PDF ] Click here for the User Manual [PDF ] View the Recipe Booklet and Product Manual [PDF ]
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Q: Is the bread pan teflon based or PTFE free ceramica?

A: I emailed and called Cuisinart about this issue and was told "All of our nonstick coatings…

cmcculley | 11 months ago

Q: How do you remove the paddles before it bakes? By digging the dough out before it rises?

A: I’ve used Breville and Cuisinart. At final knead, my Cuisinart beeps are 1:43 for my tecip…

JAMES | 2 years ago

Q: gluten free breads

A: In regard to Gluten Free breads, there are mixes in the guide book with proper recipes for…

Craig | 8 years ago

Q: Can you turn off the beeping sounds? I like to make bread at night and don''t want it to be…

A: I don''t think so. I just went through the manual for you now, and can''t find any control …

DKAP | 4 years ago

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David E Mevis
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
I don''t know what some folks are doing wrong, but this is a great bread machine!
Reviewed in the United States on May 11, 2017
I cannot imagine what some of these reviewers are doing to these poor machines. I specifically waited to write this review due to the many complaints "reviewers" have left. I have had my CBK-200 for several months now and make at least one loaf of bread... See more
I cannot imagine what some of these reviewers are doing to these poor machines. I specifically waited to write this review due to the many complaints "reviewers" have left.

I have had my CBK-200 for several months now and make at least one loaf of bread a week. It works flawlessly. The recipe I use is a basic white bread recipe... proof the yeast in 1 cup of 110 degree water and 2 tablespoons of sugar for 10 minutes. Once it is good and "foamy", add 4 tablespoons (1/2 stick) of butter, add 3 cups of white bread flour topped off with 1 teaspoon of salt. Then put the baking pan in the machine and push Start. An hour and a half or so later, it beeps 6 times and I push Pause, take the mixing paddle out, put the baking pan back in the machine and push Start to continue the baking process. In about 3 hours over all, fresh, hot bread.

Other "reviewers" have complained about the "noise". Ummm... what noise? It isn''t as noisy as my washing machine in my kitchen, and I can barely hear that running. The CBK-200 does make a bit of noise when it''s kneading, but only a bit. Nothing like the "Volkswagen" comlained about by one reviewer, and I know . . . I''ve owned several VWs. This bread machine is NOT noisy.

I solidly recommend this machine to anyone . . . if they can read the instructions. I''ve already suggested the CBK-200 to all my friends.

*UPDATE - 2021*

Well . . . after 4 years of baking a LOT of bread (sometimes 2-3 loaves a day) and two back to back hurricanes in 2020, the bread machine is on it''s last legs. I''m about to order a replacement. While I am replacing it, I will say that the original machine is still making bread . . . it is finicky, needs monitoring, and no longer makes noise . . . the loaves aren''t "pretty", but they''re edible.

This machine has been such a soldier, we''re replacing it with the exact same machine.
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Kloomnik
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
For those who enjoy burnt bread
Reviewed in the United States on October 7, 2018
We are quite experienced with home bread-makers: We have been baking bread at home almost daily for about 3 years -- that''s many hundreds of loaves. Most of the time we have been using Cuisinart CB-100, which was pretty good. When it was time to replace it (it started... See more
We are quite experienced with home bread-makers: We have been baking bread at home almost daily for about 3 years -- that''s many hundreds of loaves. Most of the time we have been using Cuisinart CB-100, which was pretty good. When it was time to replace it (it started leaking machine oil into the bread pan!), we thought it would be a smart move to upgrade to Cuisinart CB-200.

A disastrous mistake!

The CB-200 consistently burns the bread at the bottom and the sides. The only setting at which the bread is not ruined entirely is "light crust" -- but then the top is under-baked, and the entire loaf is spongy. The amazing thing is that there are reviews on Amazon that reported this as early as 2007 (11 years ago!) -- but apparently Cuisinart did not address the problem.

Yet a different issue is that the bread pan keeps popping out while it is kneading and one must pause the machine to re-seat the pan -- until it pops out again. I tried bending the clips in different ways -- to no avail.
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Madmaxinsa
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Home made bread! Yummmm
Reviewed in the United States on December 30, 2017
I love my cusinart bread maker. The first bread I made was simple white bread. The first loaf was too wet and my top collapsed. I reduced the amount of water by 1/4 cup and it made beautiful bread. Next I made banana wanut bread (so far my favorite). I made mozzarella... See more
I love my cusinart bread maker. The first bread I made was simple white bread. The first loaf was too wet and my top collapsed. I reduced the amount of water by 1/4 cup and it made beautiful bread. Next I made banana wanut bread (so far my favorite). I made mozzarella sun died tomato bread and oatmeal bread and beer bread.

The machine is stainless steel and I use it so much that it sits on the counter. It matchess my ss appliances. It comes with a receipe book for a wide vaiety of breads and doughs. This included receipe book is all you need.

I made pizza dough and using the add-ins function I added italian seasoning and garlic and you could see the seasoning baked into the pizza crust. There is nothing like enjoying a fresh baked pizza that is custom made exactly the way you want it—including the crust. I like thin crust to hand tossed and you will have to roll the dough to get it as thin as possible. The preset dough button prevents your dough from going into bake mode.

Once you have made your 1st loaf you can figure out the settings very easily. It beeps to tell you when to put add-ins and when to remove the dough paddle. I have found that if you remove it carefully, there is very little impact to the loaf. Regardless of whether you remove the paddle or not there is still going to be a small hole in the bottom of the loaf because of the upright pin you mount the paddle to.

If you like bread and are trying to avoid preservatives then this is for you (bread is not supposed to last for a month) and you are consuming whatever is making it last so long.

I hope you find as many uses as I have. Later I plan to make jam when strawberries come into season here in south Texas.
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Roger
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
US Made, Tried and True Bread Maker, with Excellent Manual!
Reviewed in the United States on September 9, 2019
This is a tried and true, made in US bread maker with an excellent manual containing many useful recipes. Although I hear a lot about the Zojirushi makes, but just cannot bring myself to spend $400 versus $100 for a Cuisinart bread maker that works extremely well... See more
This is a tried and true, made in US bread maker with an excellent manual containing many useful recipes.

Although I hear a lot about the Zojirushi makes, but just cannot bring myself to spend $400 versus $100 for a Cuisinart bread maker that works extremely well already. I guess I''ll wait until Cuisinart sells their design to China. About the only item I noticed over the Cuisinart, the Zojirushi has two dough paddles, however, the Cuisinart works adequately from what I see and the Zojirushi is mostly plastic.

PROS
1) Everything works as expected. This is my second after giving away more last one in good condition to the Salvation Army due to a ~4,000-6,000 mile trip/relocation.

2) Most of the recipes within the manual are versatile, with the ability to be used as templates for other recipes/ideas. Although, I usually stick to my usual basic bland man-type water & flour bread recipes.

CONS (Mostly suggestions)

1) The metal spindle for the dough hook/blade tends to rust on these models. (Just coated my new one with a little sunflower oil and baked for corrosion/rust protection.)

2) Recipe book should contain a few more water rather than milk containing recipes. But I would assume can simply substitute water for liquid milk, except for the dry powder milk based recipes.

3) Recipe books should contain a basic Italian/French loaf with common cupboard ingredients. eg. Not many people are going to have rye and barley flours within their cupboards. However, I figured a substitute:

Substitute for rye flour, directly use wheat flour.
Substitute for barley flour, use a 50/50 mix of wheat/white flour.
Substitute for wheat bran, likely use ground corn meal?

So far, the Country French Loaf (without olives and rosemary) turned-out excellent! Granted, I''ll likely buy some rye/barley/wheat bran on my next trip to the grocery store.

3) No basic cinnamon roll (and/or cinnamon bread) or coffee cake recipe!

4) No fresh/cake yeast conversion chart within manual! (eg. Red Star Yeast Conversion Table.) A 1/3 of a Red Star Yeast 2oz. cake is equivalent to 2 1/4 tsp dry yeast. NOTE: Best to ignore all the other Internet calculators and conversion tables, as they didn''t seem to calculate well while using a scale!
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Eric J. Kolber
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Burns every loaf on the bottom and leaves it doughy in the center
Reviewed in the United States on November 17, 2018
I like the basic functionality but I have had two of these machines, one I purchased and the other was a warranty replacement. Both did the same thing, burned the bottom and left the inside not completely cooked. The recipe book is one of the best I have ever seen with with... See more
I like the basic functionality but I have had two of these machines, one I purchased and the other was a warranty replacement. Both did the same thing, burned the bottom and left the inside not completely cooked. The recipe book is one of the best I have ever seen with with an ABM and the listing of times and bells for adding is very helpful but otherwise I would totally not recommend this product. I wish I had my old Westbend two paddle ABM, it was a wonderful machine that finally wore out. Don''t spend your hard earned money on this product.
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Jane Austen
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
don''t buy it
Reviewed in the United States on October 7, 2020
i have been using a breadmaker for 30 years and thought 4 cups flour for the basic white 2 pound loaf seemed like too much and it was. the loaf ballooned to the very top of the lid while baking and it was extremely diffiult to remove the pan from the breadmaker because the... See more
i have been using a breadmaker for 30 years and thought 4 cups flour for the basic white 2 pound loaf seemed like too much and it was. the loaf ballooned to the very top of the lid while baking and it was extremely diffiult to remove the pan from the breadmaker because the handle was trapped under the crust. while the pan is sold as non-stick, the coating is so thin it barely is. there was no way to get the loaf out of the pan without scratching the supposed non-stick coating. when we got the loaf out we discovered a large hollow bubble under the top. after the first bake, we couldn''t remove the paddle so we soaked it for hours hoping that would help. after strenuous pulling, we got it out and next made the cinnamon raisen bread. it baked unevely and did not rise properly. big hole at the top. again, i have been using a breadmaker for 30 years. this produt is awful
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BillyDick
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
so I wanted to see if the bread machine could bake a better loaf. This is the first bread machine I ...
Reviewed in the United States on April 22, 2016
I live at the 3000'' level on top of a mountain in South Carolina and baking bread at this elevation introduces a lot of problems to the bread baker. I had been having a love/hate relationship with bread baking since we moved to this location, so I wanted to see if the bread... See more
I live at the 3000'' level on top of a mountain in South Carolina and baking bread at this elevation introduces a lot of problems to the bread baker. I had been having a love/hate relationship with bread baking since we moved to this location, so I wanted to see if the bread machine could bake a better loaf. This is the first bread machine I have ever owned, so I had nothing to fall back on. I used the hundreds of reviews to help make the decision on the Cusinart CBK-200 and I was not disappointed. I''ve baked several loaves since receiving the CBK-200 a few day ago and wanted to let others know about my experience.
The instructions in the manual are very clear and easy to follow. For the first loaf, I followed the directions to the letter for the 2lb, medium crust, White Oatmeal Bread on page 2 of the Instruction Manual. I wanted to remove the paddle before baking, so, after I pressed Start, I set the oven timer for 1:25 (elapsed time before the 3rd rise). After 15 minutes into the first rise, I pressed Pause, opened the lid and used a rubber spatula to scrape down the sides of the pan, then pressed Start. When the oven timer went off, the audible tone (explained on page 9) went off (not loud enough) and I pressed Pause (the manual instructs to use oven mitts to remove the pan, but I found that was not necessary, also, you have 15 minutes to remove the paddle before the machine continues), removed the pan, removed the dough ball and removed the paddle, rolled the dough back into a ball and inserted into the pan then reinserted the pan back into the machine and pressed Start. NOTE: The dough at this stage seemed too dry and too hard to me and I made a mental note to add more liquid to the next loaf. The machine continued through the 3rd rise and Bake cycles and issued the Baking Cycle Complete beeps. I pressed Stop (press and hold the Stop/Pause for 3 seconds) otherwise the machine will go into a Warming cycle.
Opened the lid, and with a kitchen towel, removed the pan by the handle and placed on the counter (pan will be very hot) to cool. The top of the loaf was light brown. After 15 minutes, turned the pan upside down and shook out the loaf onto a cooling rack.The sides and bottom of the loaf were dark brown and very crusty. After cooling. I sliced the loaf (see photo''s), and the crumb was a little hard, but acceptable.
The taste of the bread was a little floury and not sweet enough for me.
After making a few tweaks to the recipe, I tried another stab at the Oatmeal Bread, and this time the results were almost perfect. There was greater rise than the first loaf, the crust was the same as the first loaf and the crumb was soft. The taste was not floury and quite good.
My tweaks were to add an extra tablespoon of Buttermilk, and an extra tablespoon of Maple Syrup.
I have since made another loaf of the same bread with an additional tablespoon of sugar and it tasted absolutely wonderful.
In closing, even with my brief experience, I highly recommend this bread machine. With a little experimenting, I firmly believe that anyone can produce a loaf of bread that will satisfy any palate.
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Amazon Customer
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
I bought this one thinking it would be better than the one I had
Reviewed in the United States on February 11, 2017
This bread maker is a nightmare! I had a bread maker from Hamilton Beach for 35 years until it quit. I should have stuck with the brand. I bought this one thinking it would be better than the one I had...what a mistake! The machine is loud and obnoxious, and so far,... See more
This bread maker is a nightmare! I had a bread maker from Hamilton Beach for 35 years until it quit. I should have stuck with the brand. I bought this one thinking it would be better than the one I had...what a mistake! The machine is loud and obnoxious, and so far, every loaf falls in the middle. I know how to use a bread machine...my old one only failed when my yeast was old...and that happened only twice in the 35 years I had it. I''ve tried three different kinds of yeast, have a yeast thermometer and only the freshest ingredients...still get loaves that are sunken in the middle.

And, the crust colors...no matter what setting you put it on (light, medium or dark), it always turns out dark!

Save your money and get a cheaper model that is more dependable.

The only thing I will use this bread maker for is preparing dough and baking it in my oven. The bread turns out fine when I do this.
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Amazon Customer
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Middle of the line price with top of the line performance.
Reviewed in Canada on February 25, 2021
I waited a while to review this bread maker so I could give an honest review. This is an excellent machine. The recipes in the book are close to perfect but still need some user tweaking. USE THE LIGHT CRUST SETTING!!!!! I can’t stress this enough if you’re using it to bake...See more
I waited a while to review this bread maker so I could give an honest review. This is an excellent machine. The recipes in the book are close to perfect but still need some user tweaking. USE THE LIGHT CRUST SETTING!!!!! I can’t stress this enough if you’re using it to bake the bread as well as kneed the dough. Very happy with this and love the ease of cleaning. The timer settings to remove the paddle or add items to the needed dough are excellent as well. You’re guaranteed to hear the alarm!
I waited a while to review this bread maker so I could give an honest review. This is an excellent machine. The recipes in the book are close to perfect but still need some user tweaking. USE THE LIGHT CRUST SETTING!!!!! I can’t stress this enough if you’re using it to bake the bread as well as kneed the dough. Very happy with this and love the ease of cleaning. The timer settings to remove the paddle or add items to the needed dough are excellent as well. You’re guaranteed to hear the alarm!
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Monica
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Devolución
Reviewed in Mexico on September 21, 2019
Lo regrese porque no era lo que buscaba. Pero estoy muy enojada porque Amzon me hizo la devolución a una trajeta de relago de ellos y NO a la tarjeta con la que pagué el producto, yo especifiqué claramente que era a la tarjeta con la que habia pagado!! Y no hay forma de...See more
Lo regrese porque no era lo que buscaba. Pero estoy muy enojada porque Amzon me hizo la devolución a una trajeta de relago de ellos y NO a la tarjeta con la que pagué el producto, yo especifiqué claramente que era a la tarjeta con la que habia pagado!! Y no hay forma de ponerse en contact con ellos para aclara de inmendiato y demostrarles como fue que pedí mi reembolso.
Lo regrese porque no era lo que buscaba. Pero estoy muy enojada porque Amzon me hizo la devolución a una trajeta de relago de ellos y NO a la tarjeta con la que pagué el producto, yo especifiqué claramente que era a la tarjeta con la que habia pagado!! Y no hay forma de ponerse en contact con ellos para aclara de inmendiato y demostrarles como fue que pedí mi reembolso.
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Elena
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Me trajeron una panificadora usada
Reviewed in Mexico on February 5, 2021
Me trajeron una panificadora usada. Con migas de pan. La pared de la estufa está quemada. Si devuelvo un producto y compro uno nuevo, pierdo dinero. Estoy terriblemente decepcionado. Ya paso una semana y TRES proebas: no sale... pan blanco arriva y crudo adentro!!
Me trajeron una panificadora usada. Con migas de pan. La pared de la estufa está quemada. Si devuelvo un producto y compro uno nuevo, pierdo dinero. Estoy terriblemente decepcionado.
Ya paso una semana y TRES proebas: no sale... pan blanco arriva y crudo adentro!!
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J''adore ce four
Reviewed in Canada on March 12, 2021
J''ai fait trois pains a se jour ,j''adore, juste bien suivre les étapes bon résultat mais instruction en anglais pas génial quand ont ne parle pas anglais .mais je recommande ce four a pain ,pas compliquer
J''ai fait trois pains a se jour ,j''adore, juste bien suivre les étapes bon résultat mais instruction en anglais pas génial quand ont ne parle pas anglais .mais je recommande ce four a pain ,pas compliquer
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franbene
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Excelente producto
Reviewed in Mexico on March 26, 2018
Excelente producto, confiable y fácil de usar. Muy bien construido y sólido, lo recomiendo ampliamente. Esta es mi segunda máquina.
Excelente producto, confiable y fácil de usar. Muy bien construido y sólido, lo recomiendo ampliamente.
Esta es mi segunda máquina.
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Cuisinart wholesale CBK-200 Convection Bread Maker, 12" x 2021 16.5" x 10.25" sale

Cuisinart wholesale CBK-200 Convection Bread Maker, 12" x 2021 16.5" x 10.25" sale

Cuisinart wholesale CBK-200 Convection Bread Maker, 12" x 2021 16.5" x 10.25" sale

Cuisinart wholesale CBK-200 Convection Bread Maker, 12" x 2021 16.5" x 10.25" sale

Cuisinart wholesale CBK-200 Convection Bread Maker, 12" x 2021 16.5" x 10.25" sale

Cuisinart wholesale CBK-200 Convection Bread Maker, 12" x 2021 16.5" x 10.25" sale

Cuisinart wholesale CBK-200 Convection Bread Maker, 12" x 2021 16.5" x 10.25" sale

Cuisinart wholesale CBK-200 Convection Bread Maker, 12" x 2021 16.5" x 10.25" sale