Oster, owned by Sunbeam, has been making various products since 1924 and was created by John Oster in Racine, Wisconsin. That’s over 80 years of quality products and appliances that we all adore.
Since we love the Oster brand, we decided to check out their 2-pound Expressbake bread machine. You don’t hear much about Oster’s bread machines so we wanted to take a look.Here are the positives and negatives of this remarkable bread machine.
Oster’s Expressbake Bread Machine is a twist on the older models. Its Expressbake function makes baking the best loaf of bread possible even faster. In fact, it can bake bread in under an hour with 650 watts of power.
The design of this machine is unique and modern. It has a sleek and compact look that will fit in with most modern kitchens and comes in both a white model and a black model.
It also features a nice little viewing window so you can watch your bread as it kneads and bakes.
This machine weighs in at a mere eight pounds so you can move it around your kitchen as needed or even put it away when you’re not using it.
An LCD display makes it super easy to move through the settings and see what you’re doing. The buttons are push-control so you’ll know when you hit a button to make changes to the settings.The Oster Expressbake bread machine also includes measuring tools for accuracy and an easy to use instruction manual with a few recipes that you can try.
Crust Settings: Light, Medium, and Dark
Loaf Sizes: 1 pound loaves, 1 and a half-pound loaves, and 2 pound loaves
The Oster Expressbake Bread Machine is a decent compact bread machine for new bakers or people who don’t bake all the time.
It’s not made of the best material and the kneading paddles could be much better. However, it’s great quality for such an affordable price.
Our rating: We give this bread machine a rating of 3 stars out of 5 stars.
Even though Oster isn’t the most famous brand for bread machines, they create quality and easy to use machines that are perfect for bread baking newbies.