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Zojirushi BB-HAC10 Home Bakery Mini Breadmaker


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  • Programmable breadmaker produces 1 pound loaves of cakes or breads
  • Settings for cookie/pasta dough and fresh fruit jams; quick-bake cycle
  • 13-hour delay timer; LCD control panel; viewing window; carrying handle
  • Nonstick kneading blade and baking pan; instructions and recipes included
  • Measures 8 by 11 by 12 inches; 1-year warranty
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Zojirushi BB-HAC10 Home Bakery Mini Breadmaker + Prepworks from Progressive International GBK-8 Adjustable Bread Keeper + 300 Best Canadian Bread Machine Recipes
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 27.9 x 20.3 x 30.5 cm ; 4.1 Kg
  • Shipping Weight: 6 Kg
  • Item model number: BB-HAC10
  • ASIN: B000G32H84
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: Oct. 19 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (100 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #362 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Zojirushi

Zojirushi BB-HAC10 Home Bakery 1-Pound-Loaf Programmable Mini Breadmaker

Simplify baking with the Home Bakery Mini BB-HAC10

Zojirushi Home Bakery Mini breadmaker can be enjoyed 7 days a week. What's more, its 1 pound loaf is the perfect size for smaller households to savor the taste of freshly baked bread every day without waste. Its compact and slim design makes the Home Bakery Mini ideal for kitchens with limited countertop space. For versatility and ease-of-use that's always in great taste, think Zojirushi.

Until breadmakers were invented, baking bread at home was not the easiest thing to do. It was time consuming and easy to make mistakes during the process. Today, Zojirushi breadmakers can do it almost automatically, but the warmth and the aroma of the bread as it fills your house are virtually the same as it was centuries ago. The technology may be new, but the anticipation of eating freshly baked bread never gets old.

Easy to Use

This machine has three bread textures that you can choose, Regular, Firm or Soft. It also has regular and light crust control. Another new feature unique to this model is the cookie/pasta dough setting to prepare homemade cookies and pasta. The Quick baking cycle prepares breads in under 2 hours. Menu settings include Basic bread (regular, firm), soft, French, dough, cookie/pasta dough, cake, jam and quick bread. There is a view window on the lid to watch the baking process. This unit has a 13 hour delay timer and includes an easy-to-follow instruction video, manual and recipe booklet.

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BB-HAC10 Features
  • 1-lb. bread ideal for singles and smaller families
  • Compact and slim design takes up minimal space in the kitchen
  • Three bread textures to choose from: Regular, Firm or Soft
  • Cookie/Pasta Dough setting to prepare homemade cookies and pasta
  • French bread, dough, cake, and jam settings
  • Quick baking cycle prepares breads in under 2 hours
  • Crust control function allows you to select Regular or Light
  • Menu settings include: basic bread (regular, firm), soft, French, dough, cookie/pasta dough, cake, jam and quick bread
  • Durable non-stick baking pan and kneading blade
  • Viewing window to watch the baking process
  • 13-hour delay timer
  • Includes an easy-to-follow instruction video, manual and recipe booklet
  • cULus listed

Bake a Variety of Recipes

The Home Bakery Mini makes it easy to prepare a wide variety of breads, cakes, and fresh fruit jams as well as dough for rolls, croissants, pizza, pasta, cookies and more. It also has settings for French bread, dough, cake and jam.

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Pre-programmed baking options

Breads, cakes and other menu options are pre-programmed.

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Jam

Don't sweat over the stove stirring the pot; the Home Bakery will do it for you automatically. Enjoy preservatives and additive free jam all year round.

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Cake

No need to get out the whisk or mixers; the Home Bakery will mix the ingredients AND automatically bake the cake for you.

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Dough

Prepares dough for you to shape and bake in the oven. Enjoy fun recipes such as pizza, bagels, brioche, pretzels, doughnuts and cinnamon rolls.

Simplify Making Homemade Bread

The BB-HAC10 Mini Breadmaker makes a 1-pound loaf ideal for singles and smaller families with three bread textures to choose from. The quick baking cycle prepares breads in under 2 hours using your own fresh ingredients.

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Use Fresh Ingredients

First, prepare fresh ingredients. Quality of the finished bread will depend on ingredients used. Avoid mixing in old or stale ingredients.

Attach kneading Blade

The kneading blade is an especially important part of the breadmaker. Make sure the blade is properly attached.

Measure Ingredients

Next, measure ingredients accurately. The more accurate the measurements are, the better the finished bread will be. Rough measurements will result in rough bread.

Add Ingredients in Order

Ingredients have lives. There are compatibilities among ingredients, too. Through trials and errors, we found a right order for adding ingredients. Please add in the order of liquids, powders, and yeast to be assured your bread comes out the way you want.

Select Course

Finally, make sure to choose the right course setting for your perfect loaf of bread.

Inner Cooking Pan

The bread maker provides two blades for thorough dough kneading and a higher rise that bakes a large traditional rectangular shaped 1 lb. loaf.

Easy to Use:

User-friendly LCD control panel.

Sturdy handle for easy carrying.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars

Most helpful customer reviews

21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Ellie-Girl on Oct. 29 2011
I, like some of the previous reviewers, purchased the Zoji breadmaker on Amazon's one day sale. I had been tracking the price for almost a year and couldn't resist when it came on sale. I have had it for about a week and after making about 5 loaves (2 for me, 2 for family and 1 for the garbage)I have absolutely no buyer's remorse. As others have mentioned the 100% whole wheat bread recipe comes out very dense (thus the one for the garbage) but overall the recipes provided by Zojirushi have made a delicious loaf each time. I decided to make my own bread when I began throwing out half a loaf every week. I don't eat a lot of bread so the fact that I can control the freshness and quality of ingredients make this a completely essential kitchen gadget. I have a small kitchen and the Zoji takes up the same amount of space as my coffee maker which along with the quality of the product makes it worth the price.

The best bread recipe, which I found on-line, is a honey wheat bread that has gotten rave reviews -and requests to bake- from my friends and family.

Honey Wheat Bread
For a 1 pound loaf of bread:
1/2 cup milk
1/4 cup water
2 tablespoons butter
2 tablespoons honey
1 tablespoon sugar
3/4 teaspoon salt
1 1/2 cups whole wheat flour
1/2 cup white bread flour
2 teaspoons yeast
Note: bread rose to high with 2 tsp of yeast on my first try but when I reduced it to 1 3/4 tsp it turned out much better
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By John and Sarah on March 3 2011
We're very pleased with the breadmaker. The big decision for us was whether to get this size or a bigger one. Right now we are two adults and a two-year-old. One small loaf is more than enough for us for the week, and it's easy to make more if need requires it. We like being able to control the ingredients (we are using light spelt flour and it works very well in place of all-purpose white flour for the basic bread recipe) and there is definitely a cost savings over time. Having the regular occurrence of fresh bread in the home makes life better on many levels. We are a busy, conscious, professional family living in a condo and this suits us.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Bedazzler on Jan. 15 2011
I decided to get the Zo mini because I`m only baking for 2 people. It comes with an easy-to-use instruction manual with a few different recipes. The Walnut bread is a must-try.
The instruction manual is also very helpful with tips on how to make a loaf successfully. It`s very handy... make sure you don`t lose it.
I`m really happy with this purchase... so is my DH and our family and friends!
If you`re looking for a bread maker but don`t want huge loaves of bread, the Zo mini is great! The final loaf is 1 lb and there are a ton of recipes on the internet.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Burlington Bread Maker on Dec 28 2011
I selected this model this this because of the favourable reviews here. I have made about 15 loaves so far as well as dough for making baguettes using the recipe on the Zojirushi site. The only failure to rise properly was when I made a whole wheat loaf using flour that had been in the cupboard for a couple of years. With a new bag of flour (Robin Hood Whole Wheat Bread Flour)every whole wheat loaf comes out nicely, with the same rise as white loaves. We are using Fleischmann's bread maker yeast powder.

Our machine bread has a heavier texture than most store bread, so we eat fewer slices and we have ample bread for the two of us with the 1 lb loaf.

I find that the machine is not quite as fussy about proportions as the manual implies - small adjustments in the ingredients do not seem to cause any problems. I also substitute olive oil for butter. Most of my loaves seem to rise right to the top of the lid if I go by the book, leaving a small circle under the window with almost no crust. I usually scale back the ingredients a bit so that the bread doesn't rise out of the pan too much. When I cut the bread, I place it on its side and slice it sideways, to get a smaller slice, starting from the bottom. That first crunchy slice removes most of the paddle indentation as well, and I usually eat it warm with butter! When cut this way the slices fit the toaster better later on.

While there are no preservatives in my bread, it seems to stay good for a few days and I have never had a loaf develop mould before we finished it, unlike the store bread we used to buy.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By rovermark on March 10 2011
Quite operation, makes 1/2 of your usual store-bought loaf, so consider daily breadmaking if you need more than that, or you need the bigger machine if you have a family that consumes more than that. On the upside you will always have fresh bread. Home-made bread will not last more than two days anyway before starting to get stale.

I am still experimenting with it, however so far I would like the crust to be thinner than I have been able to set it to (soft bread). Timer function is very useful - you can set it upto 13 hours ahead (with the timer working to mean when your bread will be ready, and not when the machine will be turned on), so that when you wake up in the morning, your bread will be ready. The machine will keep your bread warm upto 60 minutes after baking, then turn off, which is good if you happen to be out. The machine is quite, meaning it will not disturb you even if you use it in your living room.

Given that you can make bread at home, why would you want to buy store made one? It would take a year to pay it off but at least you don't need to go out to buy bread, and you are assured it is clean, and you can control exactly what is in it.
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