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Cuisinart Convection Bread Maker - CBK-200C

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  • Smooth brushed stainless steel housing with embossed Cuisinart logo and molded side handles
  • Easy to read LCD control panel with chrome buttons
  • Makes 1lb, 1.5lb, and 2lb loaves
  • Crust control option to select light, medium, and dark crust
  • Convection feature to ensure quick, even cooking
  • Removable non-stick bowl for easy clean up
  • Removable lid with glass window to watch the baking cycle
  • Programmable bread maker with convection feature to ensure quick, even cooking
  • 16 preset menu options including Low Carb and Gluten-Free
  • 3 crust colours and 3 loaf sizes


  • Box Contents

    Recipe book/instruction book

  • Brand Description


  • Colour

    Brushed Stainless Steel

  • Model


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    Bread Maker

Cuisinart Convection Bread Maker - CBK-200C is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from great bread maker Bought this in 2011 it was a replacement for another CBK. All in all we have been making our own bread for almost 10 years. We use the bread maker on average 5 times a week. BUT we have decided that we only use the dough cycle. After that we pull the dough, shape into bread pans and do the final rise and bake in the standard oven. And perfect shaped Bread. After 6 years 5 times a week that is 1500+ batches we need a new one as the motor sometimes stalls when mixing, and it won't restart on it's own, thus we can't program and leave for the first 40 min. We can pause it and start again and then it continues on like nothing happened. But it is time for a new one, and we will be buying another cusinart. we looked at all the others, and decided that 6 years was pretty good, we too needed to order another pan as the clip rusted but we think that is down to washing and we no longer soak the pan.
Date published: 2017-05-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from FABULOUS Bread Maker We've had this bread maker for 2 or 3 years. The kneading action is absolutely excellent! I would caution people to make the small loaf size, as when I have made medium and large loaf sizes, the bread rises so much that it hits the lid and then collapses the dough ball. I think the recipes were not tested for our SUPERIOR CANADIAN flours;) . The "white bread" recipe with small loaf (1 lb - which uses 2 cups of flour) is easy to use as a base and vary your own. I used about 1/3 cup out of the 2 cups as rye flour today with the rest of it white bread flour--it was fantastic--also used one egg instead of part of the 3/4 cups water). Anyway, I've done french bread from the recipe book, too. It's really nice. You may have to experiment a bit to make sure you tweak the recipes to your specific requirements, but the equipment and recipes are really great. I'm thinking of buying one for my daughter for Christmas.
Date published: 2014-11-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from makes the perfect loaf everytime This bread maker is awesome. It takes all the extra steps out of making bread. You'll never burn a loaf again.
Date published: 2013-09-20
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I've had my Cuisinart for about 9 years and I really do like it. Yesterday and today I made bread and when it got to final rise it did not go back to knead. What is my problem?

Asked by: bootie
Thank you for your question. Due to the age of this item, it is possible that it may be defective. You may try calling Cuisinart customer service at 1-800-472-7606, and they may possibly be able to assist you. Please contact us if you have further questions. Sincerely, Customer Service #18
Answered by: CustomerService18
Date published: 2017-07-18

what type of coating is used for the bowl?

Asked by: NickVan
It looks to me like an industrial spray-on non-stick. The part that I find sticks the most is the little post that holds the flapper (even once the flapper has been removed before the baking cycle). I was thinking it would be a good idea to butter or use a small amount of vegetable oil on the little post quickly at the same time after taking out the flapper. Haven't tried that, though.
Answered by: claimed
Date published: 2018-01-09

Are the loaf horizontal or vertical?

Does this unit have 1 or 2 blades? Thanks so much.
Asked by: sunpelican
Loaves are vertical, but a little bit wide as well--sort of rectangular. If you look at the mixing bowl / baking container you might think it wouldn't mix up well or evenly, but it mixes up really great. The mixing bowl has one sturdy paddle that's easy to remove and clean--and the paddle is big enough so you don't lose it easily.
Answered by: claimed1
Date published: 2017-11-18
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