Pioneer Woman by Hamilton Beach Fiona Floral Artisan Dough & Bread Maker, 2 lb. Loaf, 29889

Brand Name The Pioneer Woman
Model 29889
Rating ★★★★¾ 
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$59.00  34.44% off

The Pioneer Woman Artisan Dough and Bread MakerModel 29889 by Hamilton Beach Master the art of making bread from scratch with the Pioneer Woman® Fiona Floral Artisan Dough & Bread Maker by Hamilton Beach®. Just add ingredients, select the cycle, and press start. With 14 programmed settings for a variety of breads and doughs.

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Pioneer Woman by Hamilton Beach Fiona Floral Artisan Dough & Bread Maker, 2 lb. Loaf, 29889
Become a master at made-from-scratch bread with minimal effort. The Pioneer Woman® Fiona Floral Artisan Dough & Bread Maker by Hamilton Beach® lets you create everything from a loaf of basic white to fresh focaccia dough, without even having to roll up your sleeves to mix and knead. Just add ingredients, select the cycle, and press start. With 14 programmed settings for a variety of breads and doughs, including a setting specifically for making artisan dough. it won’t be long before your kitchen feels like your very own bakery. You can customize bread the way you like it with 3 loaf sizes and 3 crust shades to choose from, and a delay timer lets you add ingredients and set the baking process to start at a later time. The nonstick dishwasher safe pan lifts out for easy bread removal and cleaning. This bread machine does more than bread too. It has cycles for cake, jam and more. MAKE HOMEMADE ARTISAN BREAD IN 3 EASY STEPS — Whether kneading artisan dough for the conventional oven, or baking bread in the bread maker, you just add ingredients, select the cycle, and press start. The bread maker automatically keeps bread warm.KEY FEATURES:14 SETTINGS INCLUDING GLUTEN-FREE: Choose from: Artisan, Basic, French, Whole Grain, 1.5 lb. Express, 2 lb. Express, Quick Bread, Sweet, Dough, Cake, Jam, Rise, Bake, and Gluten-Free.CYCLES FOR BREAD, DOUGH, CAKE, JAM AND MORE: This bread machine makes wonderful bread, but can be used to prepare many other foods as well.3 LOAF SIZES, 3 CRUST SHADES, and DELAY START: Choose from 1, 1.5 or 2 lb. loaf and light, medium, or dark crust shade. Includes a countdown cooking timer with LCD display and a delay timer so you can add ingredients and begin the baking process later.NONSTICK DISHWASHER SAFE PAN. Interior pan of the bread maker machine is nonstick and lifts out for easy bread removable and cleaning.
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 Customer Reviews

Simple, Fast and Easy to use!
This is a fantastically easy to use machine to make bread at home. Being the first time I have ever made bread myself it turned out perfect. I just followed the basic 2 LB recipe for my first batch, and it was absolutely delicious, I was so pleasantly surprised with how easy it was!
The machine is almost fool proof, just plug it in and push the buttons on the top and choose your settings. There are step by step instructions on how to use the machine, select your desired type of bread and hit start.
I followed the steps exactly in the manual for setting up the machine for first use, I also used the recipes that are included with the step by step guide. I used my own measuring tools instead of what was included just because I'm used to mine. The recipes are easy to follow as well. Just add the ingredients as listed and that machine does all the hard work!
I didn't notice the machine doing any "walking" or moving around excessively. It rocked a bit during the kneading process and makes a small amount of noise. I also didn't notice heat coming from the machine although I could smell the dough baking towards the end of the process. When the cycle is done and the bread is ready the machine turns over to warm to keep the bread warm until your ready for it.
I've never attempted to make my own bread before because I thought it was hard.The Pioneer Woman Breadmaker has changed all that! I would definitely recommend this to anyone who has been wanting to give it a try. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]Btrover1977
All I wished for, and MORE!
On of the first things anyone will tell you about this breadmaker is that it is the CUTEST thing ever! Not only is it a really nice and functional breadmaker, but it's one of those showpieces that will add a splash of color and fun to your kitchen!

Unpacking it was very simple, as the breadmaker itself was held in place by foam pads and all of the small pieces were held securely inside the breadmaker itself. This included a measuring cup, double-ended measuring spoon, a hook to help remove the paddle (or grab the handle of the bread pan), and the stirring/kneading paddle that goes into the bottom of the bread pan. There's also a fine booklet with recipes inside!

I have to admit, though, the very first thing I did was lose the booklet. I remember setting it aside so I could read it thoroughly, and then someone came along and cleaned up the kitchen after me, and *poof* there it went! Happily, Hamilton Beach is FABULOUS about keeping copies of their manuals on their website, so I went and snagged a new copy there, making sure I got the correct one for the breadmaker I was using. Just make sure you look in the "Parts and Accessories" area and put in your model number. The day was saved!

I would also like to note, for the energy conscious, that this is a 650-watt machine. No need to fear tripping any circuits with this beauty!

Out first attempt at making bread (after many years) was to use a pre-boxed bread mix and add in Italian herbs, cut fresh from the garden. We had garlic from the kitchen, but added to this fresh rosemary, thyme, and sage. Following the directions on the box, we set it for a Basic cycle and decided to try out a medium crust. This worked out very well, especially with putting the fresh herbs (chopped with my Hamilton Beach coffee grinder!) in with the liquid ingredients, and the smell as it was baking was just heavenly! That we could watch the baking through the window was a very nice touch that kept us constantly checking the timer to see if we could try it yet. The only downside was that it produced a very dense, short loaf. It tasted absolutely delicious, everyone loved it both with just margarine and with the soup we had for dinner, it just didn't rise as much as we expected it to. At this moment I was reminded by my mother that you can't really tell how long the yeast in the box mixes has sat on the shelf, that it could very well be that it needed fresh yeast.

That was remedied in the second loaf, baked the next day, where we once against tried the same box mix (we'd purchased two) with black pepper, Parmesan cheese, and fresh yeast. Again, the Basic cycle was set with a medium crust, and I cautiously added some yeast from a small glass bottle. This definitely made the bread fluff up more, making something very nearly like the garlic Parmesan bread from the local warehouse club store in consistency. While I buttered the pan for the first loaf of bread, I did not butter it for this loaf, and thanks to the non-stick coating it turned out just as easily as it had the first time. It was actually better when I did -not- butter the pan, as the cleanup was easier without all of that butter residue to battle.

And, then tonight there was cake. Not just any cake. But ooey, gooey, loooey triple chocolate fudge cake with pudding in the mix. That's right. Another box mix. But this one turned out a -delicious-, soft, moist cake that melted on your tongue. Our house hasn't had a working stove for years, so we've been depending upon the local bakeries in our favorite stores for our baked goods. But, no more. Now... now we have CAKE! It turned out surprisingly well, if a little dense, but since the person we were making it for absolutely LOVES her chocolate cake as fudge-like as possible, this was perfect. For anyone else, I would recommend adding a smidge more baking powder to help the cake rise higher in the pan. Otherwise, the box mix was just fine on its own.

I'm still working on gathering the ingredients for the family's secret recipe steamed pudding, which I really, really wanted to try from the start in this breadmaker, but some of the ingredients are really tough to find except for one or two times of the year. We've also had some votes for trying to make eggs and meatloaf in the breadmaker, as there are some enticing recipes floating out there on the internet, but I think in the immediate future we might find some brownies first.

I have been hand washing the pan and paddle in hot, sudsy water with a no-scratch sponge, but it appears as though it would fare just as well in a dishwasher. It's quite sturdy. Unlike my old breadmaker from many years ago, I have had no problems removing anything from the pan, including the paddle. My old breadmaker made every loaf a fight to release from the pan, and then pry the paddle from it. This new breadmaker is a dream, as the loaves just fall straight to the plate after you wiggle the bottom gear on the pan a bit, and I've never had to use the tool to remove the stirring paddle at all. As soon as I pour some hot water in, the paddle just slides off into my hand. I can't tell you what a relief it is to not have to fight to keep this breadmaker clean, it makes it so much fun to use!

As a side note, my cat is absolutely entranced by the breadmaker. He LOVES the smells coming from it and is drawn close by that but he's totally unnerved by the sound it makes when the bread is being stirred or kneaded. He keeps creeping close, then running away when it starts up. Pretty sure he thinks an awesome-smelling alien has landed in the house!!

This is one breadmaker I absolutely recommend! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]Nightsong
Super easy for a non- baker
My idea of baking is from a box, so I was up for the challenge of baking a loaf of bread. Easy instructions and I followed a recipe from the enclosed booklet.
I carefully measured and placed flour, sugar, salt, yeast and water into the machine and turned on one of the many clearly labeled settings. I was a bit shocked that the automatic timer went to 3:25 minutes and quickly realized this machine does everything from mixing, kneading, proofing, resting and baking. This machine stays cool on the outside and has a window on top so you can watch the process.
My 1 LB loaf of bread was delicious and the smell attracted my family to the table for a sample. My holiday baking will include loaves of homemade bread for everyone and I'm excited to try all the bread varieties in the recipe booklet.
It's a great machine that fits perfectly on the counter between my blender and toaster. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]Angela

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