Bella Bread Maker Just $69.99 Shipped on BestBuy.com (Regularly $100) | Fresh Bread in 2 Hours

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Today, October 19th only, hurry on over to BestBuy.com where they are offering this Bella Pro Series 2lb Bread Maker for just $69.99 shipped (regularly $99.99)!

There is nothing better than fresh-baked bread to go with your soup during these cooler months! This would also make a great housewarming or wedding gift.

Bella bread maker on kitchen counter with butter and ingredients beside it

The Bella Pro Series 2lb Bread Maker makes fresh bread in under 2 hours with the express cycle! It features a 13-hour delay start timer, two loaf sizes, light, medium, or dark crust options, and you can customize your bread with the 15 preprogrammed cycles, including Gluten-Free, French, and Quick.

There is a large viewing window so you can check your baking progress as it kneads, rises, and bakes. You can also use this machine to make jams, doughs, and baked cakes, with a large viewing window that offers a view of the baking progress.


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  1. Debbie lange

    Looks good, haven’t owned one, yet.can a true owner let me know how the bread actually tastes , because my husband and I are serious bread lovers, being southerners., email me please.

    • Lisa

      Debbie, I have been making my own “homemade” bread for years. I’ve fine tuned things a bit. I am on my second bread maker — well, third if you count the one in between my Zojirushi bread maker. My first Zojirushi burned out (overuse). I looked for an alternative, settled on a cheaper model, didn’t like it at all and went back to a new Zojurishi. I will not utilize any other brand. Now, I will tell you, what I do is simply have the breadmaker “knead” it for me and then pull it out and cook it in the oven. I know, not ideal, but I simply like the taste, look, and ease of putting it in a pan to cook. I have tried making bread like the breadmaker is intended for, but do not like the thickness of the crust or look. My advice as well, we get the Costco’s Member’s Mark Bread Flour (it’s a lot, 25 pounds and, yes, white flour… we just like the white flour) and we get the bulk packs of yeast as it is dirt cheap compared to the singles or jars. Good luck in your endeavor.

      • Megan

        I could have written this word for word. 🙂 The problem with the posted bread machine is that it’s tall, not wide, which causes issues with rise, and makes odd shaped slices. If you want to just let the machine do the hard part, and pull the dough out, rise, and bake in your own pan, this probably works just as well as the Zojurishi, which I LOVE.

    • Lana

      We are Zojirushi owners and make all of our bread right in the machine. We use the bread flour from Sam’s in the 25 pound bag and prefer it to any other brand. We do bake in the machine on the light crust setting and we use the short cycle which we find to make better bread. We typically run two loaves a week for two of us and a batch of pizza dough one night a week. We have tried less expensive bread makers and they typically last us a year Our Zo is 7 years old and going strong so it is worth the extra money if you use it for all your bread like we do. We only make white bread and prefer to get our fiber elsewhere like in salads everyday.

      • Lisa

        Lana, no way!? I used to get my bread flour at Sam’s and they discontinued it (at my Sam’s Club anyway). I thought that was Sam’s Club wide. Now, I just have my son pick it up at Costco as they have a membership. I’ve never heard it referred to as a Zo, but probably just as well because I can’t say Zojurishi! I will re-look at our Sam’s Club for the bread flour. I hope they have brought it back to my Sam’s Club. Do you get the yeast at Sam’s Club too? It seems like it is a lot, but I have some I put in a jar and then freeze the rest… Cannot beat the price.

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