• Black and Decker Bread Machine
  • Black and Decker Bread Machine
  • Black and Decker Bread Machine
  • Black and Decker Bread Machine

1.5 Pound Bread Machine

$89.99

Details

Model: BK1015W

Enjoy fresh baked bread to your preference with the lcd display, audible signal for fruit and nut add ins, crust control, non-stick baking pan and large viewing window.

  • Power failure protection feature
  • 1-hour keep warm
  • 2 loaf sizes: 1-pound and 1 ½-pound
  • 12 Baking Functions
  • 13-hour delay timer
Use and Care Manuals
BK1015W Use and Care Manual (pdf 449KB)

Specifications

Baking functions
12 Baking Functions
Color
White
Digital
Yes
Dimensions
15.1 x 13 x 15 Inches
Fruit and Nut Release
Yes
Rapid Bake
Yes
Viewing Window
Yes
Warranty
2 Year Limited
050875806320

Reviews

1.5 Pound Bread Machine is rated 2.5 out of 5 by 6.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Struggling with Cycle information We just purchased this bread maker and have questions. We hope you can help.We are trying to make Gluten Free bread. As has been frequently pointed out, the user manual is sparse on information. We need to extend the cooking time of our recipe. In the user manual it says that the cooking time can be extended using the arrow keys below the display. However, those keys are also used to set a delay. From the manual on page 8:Timer Buttons: Press these buttons to set the time for delay bake (up to 13-hour delay). For example, you can time your bread to be ready for dinner or when you wake up in the morning. Set it by selecting how much time you want to pass before the bread is completed. For example, if it is 8:00 p.m. and you want the bread to be ready at 7:00 a.m., set it for 11 hours. You can also use these buttons to adjust the time of the cycle. They adjust up or down in 10-minute increments. Changes must be made before the unit begins operation.Then on page 13:To use the Timer Buttons • Add your recipe ingredients to the bread pan. • Select your settings. • Set the additional or reduced amount of time which you want to add or subtract from the pre-programmed time. Tip: To advance the time quickly, press and hold down the buttonsQuestions: How can I extend the cooking time an not just delay the start? For that matter, how can I delay the start if want to do that?We also see that when in the Gluten Free cycle, the option to select the desired crust doneness is not available. Is this correct?
Date published: 2016-09-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by from lack of instructions and no white bread recipes I purchased this almost a year ago and have yet to use it for the lack of instruction on how to use it. and lack of recipes for everyday white bread recipes.
Date published: 2016-08-27
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Just bought this one - don't know if I'll keep it The instruction manual is pretty much useless. No explanation as to how the various buttons work i.e. jam button and recipes are pretty much non existent. Not even a recipe for basic white or whole wheat. Appears to be very cheaply made compared to my old Black and Decker bread maker. Haven't used it yet so can't comment on quality of bread.
Date published: 2016-05-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Instruction manual woes I didn't find instruction on how to use product that helpful. Nor was the explanation of each menu settings, explained throughly enough. You didn't supply enough recipies & as unbelievable as it is, you didn't have a basic white bread recipie!
Date published: 2016-03-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to use I have read reviews of other machines, but always had good luck with Black & Decker products so chose this one. First loaf (white bread) was of course a test to see if we could figure out this new fangled thing. Beater stuck inside the bread and we laughed as we had to tear the bread apart to remove it, and the bread was hard as a rock. I decided to bring the handbook to the store and purchase the requirements for wheat bread. We are not cranberry lovers, but I also purchased a bag of the suggested dried cranberries. (We have not tried the white bread since, but shall one of these days.) I now keep a large bag of dried cranberries on hand to chop into bits and add to our very yummy wheat bread. Oh, we also add about a teaspoon of cinnamon to the mix. Yesterday I added about a quarter cup of nuts. This dragged the cranberries (which normally mix well throughout the loaf) down to the bottom of the loaf with the nuts but, hey...still very yummy. This wheat bread mix with the cranberries doesn't rise very high, and it is delish used for a chicken salad sandwich. It's wonderful! If we get tired of this cranberry bread, we'll try the others eventually. Love the bread maker! Oh, and unlike what I read about other bread machines, it doesn't walk or wobble. Just wish it was a little easier getting the bucket untwisted when it's done baking.
Date published: 2014-03-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't waste your money After working her last bread maker to death my wife was excited to get a new bread maker. The Black and Decker 1.5 pound looked like it would be fit the bill. Unfortunately it is so poorly manufactured the three parts won't even go together.We discovered this yesterday when we were hosting pizza party for half a dozen twelve year old girls. We opened the new bread maker thinking it would make easy work of pizza dough. Unfortunately the slot in the mixing paddle is too small to fit the spindle axle. We tried to pry it on and then I considered getting out a mallet to pound it on (might still try the hammer method).Needless to say, the pizza dough was made by hand and the girls did not go hungry.The bread maker is cheap Chinese junk -- with no quality control.
Date published: 2014-01-26
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