Make Bread With One Dish? Easy With All In One Lékué Bread Maker

 Lékué Bread MakerLékué Bread Maker

Baking your own bread is an attractive proposition when you consider freshness, taste, the lack of additives, and reduced salt content. It is not so attractive when you consider the time and the mess involved.  The Lékué Bread Maker is a simple-looking bowl that makes baking your own bread a whole lot easier and a lot less messy. And it does it all without using extra electricity and extra moving parts.

 Lékué Bread MakerLékué Bread Maker

The Bread Maker is basically a flexible bowl of silicone that can be folded together and connected at the top. Everything is done in the bowl including kneading so there is no need for a bread board. Rising is done in the bowl. Most startling of all is that you also bake your bread in the bowl so there are no pans to wash later.

Lékué Bread MakerLékué Bread Maker

This silicone bowl is easy to store and it won't break like glass or rust like metal. It is also non-stick so that you won't have to take extra time and use extra calories by greasing the pan. It can withstand a wide range of temperatures, making it safe to use in the microwave, dishwasher, and even the freezer.

The special design of the bowl allows heat to circulate in such a way that the outside of the bread will be nice and crusty and golden, and the inside soft and moist. Bread from the grocery store will quickly become a thing of the past.

Lékué Bread MakerLékué Bread Maker

The Maker comes with a bunch of recipes to start you down the road of making your own artisanal bread selections. You can experiment with using rye, caraway seeds, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, cinnamon, raisins, and other fun ingredients. I don't see anything in this information that would lead me to think you could do batter-based breads like banana or zucchini bread, but why not? It should just come out in the shape of the bowl.

This makes me want to take up bread baking again just to try out the Lékué Bread Maker. Now you just need to learn how to churn your own butter and make your own jam, but that is for another time.

To order your own Lékué Bread Maker. click here.

Sources: Amazon, Lékué

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