Remember during the pandemic when everyone, suddenly with lots of time and nowhere to go, turned to breadmaking?
There was something therapeutic about working with your hands, making a notoriously difficult baking product. Now that the pandemic is over, there’s no reason to give up on having freshly baked goods in your home – even if you no longer have the time to make it on your own.
A bread maker truly simplifies things and still produces a great product. These compact machines fit easily into your kitchen and can often be programmed and timed so that you can wake up to fresh bread in the morning. These days, advanced technology on these bread maker machines mean some of them can also handle other types of doughs and help make other products.
So don’t say no to a little help in getting fresh, delicious hot bread for the family. Here are eight bread maker machines in Singapore to consider depending on what you and your family needs.
8 Best Bread Maker Machine Singapore
Here are the 8 best bread maker machines for your house in Singapore whether big or small and whether you’re a solid baker or just dabbling.
|Bread Maker Machines||Price||Best for…|
|Panasonic SD-P104 Bread Maker||$313||Beginner bread maker|
|Tefal PF240E Breadmaker 1L||$299||Best for variety of bakes|
|Zojirushi BB-KWQ10 Bread Maker||$388||Small bread maker|
|MAYER 750g Breadmaker MMBM12||$108||Value for money bread maker|
|KENWOOD BM250 Breadmaker||$129||Best quick bread maker|
|Russell Taylors Bread Maker Large 2.0LB (1kg) BM-10||$89.99||Best for large bakes|
|Rommelsbacher B550 Bread Maker||$159||Durable bread maker|
|Airbot Bread Maker BM3800 Red||$89.99||Stylish bread maker|
Panasonic SD-P104 Bread Maker, $313
Best bread maker machine for beginners
Maybe you didn’t get into bread making during the pandemic but want to try your hand at it now, in which case, the Panasonic SD-P104 Bread Maker model is perfect for beginners. It’s simple and easy to use, with clear instructions on where all the ingredients go (basically dry ingredients into the bread pan, dry yeast and fruits and nuts into the dispensers).
Then you simply select what you’re making from the menu and set the timer which can be programmed up to 13 hours.
There are 13 options for bread types on this bread maker so you can make bread, dough (like pizza and even dumplings!) and dessert. Pretty much everything you need to get you started.
The Panasonic SD-P104 Bread Maker is priced at $313 and is available at Harvey Norman’s here.
Tefal PF240E Breadmaker 1L, $299
Best bread maker machine for different doughs
If you love experimenting and trying new textures and flavours, this bread machine gives you ample opportunity to do so with 20 automatic programs.
From gluten-free breads to cakes and different types of dough, you can adjust weight and browning settings to create baked goods just to your taste.
You can also delay baking for up to 15 hours so you can have fresh bread just when you want it. And when you’re done baking up a storm, cleaning is made easier than ever thanks to the removable, dishwasher-safe bread pan and easy to clean accessories.
The Tefal PF240E Breadmaker is priced at $299 and is available at Courts here.
Zojirushi BB-KWQ10 Bread Maker, $388
Best small bread maker machine
Cute and compact (it comes in pink!), this bread maker from popular Japanese brand Zojirushi is perfect for small families and singles thanks to its space-saving size which doesn’t compromise on its ability to deliver a delicious variety of breads. It features a dedicated tray for extra ingredients, so if you’re feeling fancy, adding nuts or raisins for example has never been easier.
The homemade course function on the bread maker lets you adjust the knead, rise and baking time so you can get it just the way you like it. It’s also portable in the sense that it comes with a strong handle, so you can bring it to a friend’s house, or easily stow it away for more counter space.
The Zojirushi BB-KWQ10 is priced at $388 and is available at Courts here.
Mayer 750g Breadmaker MMBM12, $104
Best value for money bread maker machine
This bread maker from Mayer is both affordable and super functional, making it worth the cost. Its 15-hour delay timer perfect if you want to wake up to warm, fresh bread in the morning.
There’s even a 60-minute warming function that keeps your bread toasty (see what we did there?) if you’re not ready to eat it right away.
This bread machine is also particularly easy to clean thanks to its non-stick baking pan and kneading paddle. It also features 14 baking functions including options for sugar-free bread, jam and yoghurt.
The Mayer Bread Maker MMBM12 is priced at $104 and is available on Amazon here.
Kenwood BM250 Breadmaker, $129
Best quick bread maker machine
Sometimes you don’t have a chance to plan far ahead but you just need to have that fresh baked bread! There’s no need to head out to a bakery when the Kenwood BM250 Breadmaker can do it all in your home in just an hour.
This model comes with 12 different programs including making jams and marmalades and also can make loaves of three different sizes.
For those looking to keep to a healthier diet and want to cut down on unhealthy additives and sugars found in off-the-shelf breads, this Kenwood BM250 is known for keeping texture soft and delicious even when using whole wheat flour.
The Kenwood BM250 Breadmaker is priced at $129 and is available from Best Denki here.
Russell Taylors Bread Maker Large 2.0LB (1kg) BM-10, $89.99
Best bread maker machine for Large Bakes
If you’re ready to take your bread making to the next level and prepare batches of fresh baked goods for friends and family, this large bread maker from Russell Taylors is perfect as your partner in crime.
While the design is sleek and compact, it’s large, 1kg volume allows you to create big batches of fluffy loaves or hearty whole grain breads for everyone.
It features 19 preset programs to make seamless and easy, and a large LCD display making navigation and visibility a breeze. Its nonstick pans and aluminium die-cast mixing blade also makes for easy cleaning.
The Russell Taylors Bread Maker Large 2.0LB (1kg) BM-10 is priced at $89.99 available on Shopee here.
Rommelsbacher BA550 Bread Maker, $159
Most durable bread maker machine
This sturdy, stainless steel design from the German brand Rommelsbacher is known for its durability and long-lastingness. In addition to the high-quality casing, it features a large, backlit LC-display and a selection option for two sizes of bread (700g or 900g) and three options for selecting the “browning degree” on your loaf.
There is also an automatic warming function for up to one hour and a viewing window so you can check that your bread is just perfect. There are 13 programmes for lots of variety in bread making including one special programme for gluten-free bread and two for making cakes.
There’s even one for jam and one for that’s available for individual programming. The sturdy set also includes a measuring cup, measuring spoon and hook to remove the kneader.
The Rommelsbacher BA550 bread maker is priced at $159 and is available at Courts here.
Airbot Bread Maker BM3800 Red, $89.90
Stylish Bread Maker Machine
If you want to add a little colour to your kitchen with a touch of fun, this Airbot Bread Maker BM3800 has a retro look and comes in a bright vibrant red. It also doesn’t skimp on settings for looks.
It has two dough blades designed to mimic the movements of kneading by hand, which ensures thorough mixing so you get optimal results for your dough. It also features 15 menu settings with three easy operating steps, making it great for beginnings as well as busy mums alike.
There is also a simple function to add fruits or dry berries by adding them to the bucket – it’s very simple.
The Airbot Bread Maker BM3800 is priced at $89.90 and is available here.