Morphy Richards Homebake Breadmaker 502001 White

£71.00

Voltage 240
Colour White
Item weight 13.54 Pounds
Capacity 1 Kilogram
Power / Wattage 600 watts
  • 14 programs including Gluten Free baking
  • 2lb loaf capacity
  • 3 crust settings
  • Viewing window to monitor the baking process
  • Small footprint for easy storage
  • For perfect results please follow the recipe instructions within the user guide

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From the manufacturer

An assort­ment of doughs can also be made for every occa­sion: bagels, cia­bat­ta, whole wheat, crois­sant, hot cross buns and tea cakes as well as cater­ing for spe­cial­i­ty breads such as malt loaf, corn bread and gluten free recipes.

The machine also pro­vides you with the option of three dif­fer­ent loaf sizes and 5 crust settings.With fast bake, Mor­phy Richards under­stand that some­times you just need things quick­ly; the fast bake set­ting ensures that the ide­al loaf can be cre­at­ed in only 90 minutes.

Morphy Richards Homebake Breadmaker 502001 White

The Mor­phy Richards 502001 Home­bake Bread­mak­er offers a sleek mod­ern design with a wide array of fea­tures and pro­grammes allow­ing you to cre­ate a vari­ety of breads, doughs and much more.

The choice of 14 dif­fer­ent pro­grammes gives you the oppor­tu­ni­ty to be cre­ative with your bread mak­er; allow­ing you to pro­duce not just a vari­ety of dif­fer­ent breads but also jams and cakes.

  • 14 pro­grammes includ­ing Gluten Free bak­ing
  • 2lb loaf capac­i­ty
  • 3 crust set­tings
  • View­ing win­dow to mon­i­tor bak­ing process
  • Small foot­print for easy stor­age
  • For per­fect results please fol­low the recipe instruc­tions with­in the user guide

Features 1

14 Programmes

The choice of 14 dif­fer­ent pro­grammes gives you the oppor­tu­ni­ty to be cre­ative with your bread mak­er; allow­ing you to pro­duce not just a vari­ety of dif­fer­ent breads but also jams and cakes. An assort­ment of doughs can also be made for every occa­sion: bagels, cia­bat­ta, whole wheat, crois­sant, hot cross buns and tea cakes as well as cater­ing for spe­cial­i­ty breads such as malt loaf, corn bread and gluten free recipes.

The machine also pro­vides you with the option of three dif­fer­ent loaf sizes and 5 crust settings.

With Fast­bake, Mor­phy Richards under­stand that some­times you just need things quick­ly; the fast bake set­ting ensures that the ide­al loaf can be cre­at­ed in only 90 minutes

Non Stick Baking Pan

As it says on the tin – the coat­ed bak­ing pan pro­vides you with pro­tec­tion of non-stick so you can be cer­tain that the bread will be eas­i­ly removed once it has been baked.

Easy Baking

Bak­ing can be a com­plex process as ingre­di­ent mea­sure­ments have to be exact. With a Mor­phy Richards bread mak­er there is no need for weigh­ing your ingre­di­ents; as the exact mea­sur­ing tools are pro­vid­ed for the job – no more risks of over risen or sunk bread.

Features 2

Delay Start Timer

The timer delay gives you the flex­i­bil­i­ty to bake your bread over night ready for the morn­ing rush. Sim­ply insert all your ingre­di­ents before you go to bed, pro­gramme the machine and wake up to the smell of fresh­ly baked bread.

Viewing Window

The easy view win­dow enables you to mon­i­tor the progress of your loaf through­out the bak­ing process, remov­ing the temp­ta­tion to open the lid dur­ing baking.

Recipes Included

If you are stuck for recipe inspi­ra­tion your instruc­tion book­let includes deli­cious recipes that are easy to fol­low; giv­ing you a sim­ple guide to mak­ing dif­fer­ent breads, doughs, jams and cakes.

Easy Storage

Small enough to fit away in a stan­dard kitchen cupboard.

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Additional information

Weight 6.14 kg
Dimensions 36 × 26.5 × 28.5 cm
Brand

Morphy Richards

Model Number

502001

Colour

White

Product Dimensions

36 x 26.5 x 28.5 cm; 6.14 Kilograms

Capacity

1 Kilograms

Power Wattage

600 watts

Voltage

240

Item Weight

6.14 kg

ASIN

B07CQ83ZT1

Date First Available

1 May 2018

Manufacturer

Morphy Richards

Reviews

  1. Y. Leeds

    Rub­bishStill try­ing to get a decent loaf of bread. I have only used bread mix­es so far and not one has turned out well. They are like a brick — very heavy. Nev­er had a prob­lem with my old Pana­son­ic. This machine is use­less and will be going in the bin as unfor­tu­nate­ly I have had it six weeks so can­not return it. Tried a fur­ther twice and it was ined­i­ble. Tried adding a lit­tle more water, as a few peo­ple sug­gest­ed, and it turned out with a sog­gy bot­tom and bread mix on the top same as it went in. Ter­ri­ble machine.

  2. Michael K.

    Good enough for me but You get what you pay forI bought this unit to replace a pre­vi­ous Mor­phy Richards Home­bake which had giv­en 6 or 7 year ser­vice. First of all the pros… it’s cheap; the bread tastes good although a lit­tle sweet at times; handy size for cup­board stor­age; sim­ple to use in terms of instruc­tions; it’s quick­er to bake than many of the Pana­son­ics I con­sid­ered. The cons… the fold down pad­dle is real­ly annoy­ing and you find your­self con­tin­u­al­ly con­tin­u­al­ly hav­ing to prop it up while adding ingre­di­ents; the pan does become dis­en­gaged from the dri­ve some­times although I’ve not seen that cause a prob­lem with the end prod­uct so far; the con­trol but­tons are not the best. You get what you pay for I guess, over­all I think it’s good val­ue for mon­ey but not as good as it’s pre­vi­ous incarnation.

  3. KJ

    Does­n’t workThis bread mak­er had bril­liant reviews on good­house­keep­ing and oth­er web­sites so I choose to ignore some of the neg­a­tive reviews on Ama­zon. Unfor­tu­nate­ly I’ve now had two in a row that don’t bake a loaf. I think it’s some­thing to do with the pro­gram­ming. So please lis­ten to these oth­er reviews as even though they have been great with return­ing and refund­ing it has wast­ed my time, effort, and a lot of ingre­di­ents as I test­ed dif­fer­ent set­tings with dif­fer­ent recipes to make sure it was the machine and not me. Very dis­ap­point­ing. I hope ama­zon read this and con­sid­er pulling the prod­uct as it’s not very hon­est to con­tin­ue to sell them.

  4. Richard Clark

    Fail­ure and ReturnedPur­chased for a Christ­mas present and used 3 times, all with same result. Con­trol but­tons do not oper­ate cor­rect­ly. Pack­et Bread does not rise when used in accor­dance with the Mor­phy Richard instruc­tions. Sus­pect heat­ing ele­ment is defec­tive. Returned to Ama­zon 11 Jan 2021. Still wait­ing for refund (17 Jan 2021).

  5. Audrey

    Amaz­ing bread machineI have had this now for at least a month. I no longer buy bread. It’s so sim­ple to use and the recipes that came with it are per­fect. I bought a bread recipe mak­er book and have tried french baguettes. They were amaz­ing. The only prob­lem I had was that they were flat instead of round so I’ve bought baguette tins. I’ll nev­er buy bread again. Five min­utes a day to put the ingre­di­ents in the pan. Set the machine going and walk away. Per­fect bread every time. Can’t ask for more.

  6. jack­ie white

    Prob­lems with mix­ingI’m a bit dis­ap­point­ed with it as the pad­dle drops down and does­n’t always work so you waste a lot ingre­di­ents and time. I have have some suc­cess and when I do the bread is good. I would advise any­one to buy a machine with a mix­ing pad­dle that in one piece and not two pieces as I think that’s the prob­lem. I am now mak­ing bread in my oven which always turns out very good but takes a lot of time. The bread machine is good for quick mix­ing and you can leave it to do one it’s own as long as it works.

  7. Ewart

    It works — and makes a good loafThis was my replace­ment for an old­er, dif­fer­ent brand, machine which gave up the ghost just out­side the 2 years warrenty.I’ve found it rel­a­tive­ly easy to use — it makes an excel­lent loaf — but the con­trol pads (but­tons) on the top of the machine need to be more positive.All in all — a worth­while pur­chase, even if a lit­tle patience can some­times be needed

  8. Pais­ley­bud­dy

    Not the best I have usedI am still debat­ing if this prod­uct has a fault and if I should return it. Pro­gramme 1 (Basic Loaf) has been used twice.…it is the default set­ting so I thought that would allow me to test the machine with­out the risk of oper­a­tor error. Did not rise well and came out under­baked. Tried again on the dark­er crust set­ting but only mar­gin­al­ly bet­ter. Tried pro­gramme 5 fruit loaf set­ting and it pro­duced a slight­ly more edi­ble loaf. Due to the Covid 19 pan­ic buy­ing I have strug­gled to get flour or yeast so have had to wait a few weeks since deliv­ery to try it out but so far not impressed and I have owned and bread­mak­ers before. Going to per­se­vere with a few more pro­grammes but at £80 had expect­ed bet­ter results.

  9. Emhack

    Not rec­om­mend­edWhat a waste of mon­ey .…We used the gluten free set­ting which turned out awful … not sur­prised by this because GF is not easy to work with I tried the basic, the sec­ond use did­n’t work as the pan was not locked in and because I could­n’t be cer­tain I had ade­quate­ly turned the pan I tried again ensur­ing a good tight lock … clear­ly there is a flaw as the pan worked itself loose and did­n’t mix the ingredients.

  10. Chris Jack­ets

    Great bread, but care need­edThis prod­uct has lots of great reviews and also a num­ber of very neg­a­tive ones. They should be tem­pered with cau­tion: for exam­ple, unless there is some judi­cious mix­ing of the water and flour before adding the yeast, the lit­tle pad­dle that does the mix­ing just goes round and round in the liq­uid and nev­er mix­es the dough! Ensure that the mix­ing pad­dle is UP and in con­tact with some light­ly mixed liq­uid and flour before adding the yeast and set­ting the machine and you will get a love­ly loaf. Nowhere in the instruc­tion book is this men­tioned! And just in case you think my com­ment relat­ed to a ‘one-off’ sit­u­a­tion, we tried fol­low­ing the instruc­tions EXACTLY for three types of bread and flours: all pro­grammes had to be stopped after 10 min­utes futile mix­ing, slight­ly hand mixed, the pad­dle stood upright, repro­grammed and start­ed again, with good results.However, after using the machine for a num­ber of months and try­ing sev­er­al recipes the fol­low­ing works best for us for a medi­um sized loaf: 270ml luke­warm water, 1.5 tea­spoons salt, 1.5 table­spoons sug­ar, 23gms salt­ed but­ter, 450 gms strong white flour (a mix of 300/150gms strong white/strong whole­wheat flour works very well too) and last into the mix­ing unit 5 gms dried yeast. Return the mix­ing unit to the bead mak­er and use pro­gramme 1.We also have found that super­mar­ket brand­ed flour works just as well as name brands and cost half as much!We have a fresh loaf every day with 5 min­utes prepa­ra­tion time.The Mor­phy Richards 502001 is a great way to make bread!

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