Enjoying a Bread-ful Christmas With an Oster Bread Maker

I would have published this earlier, but I was too busy enjoying my Christmas and all the other meals I made on that day. I made more and more on the following days after up till this day, and food has been plentiful in my home as a result. There has been food for everyone, and there has been bread, lots of it.

While everyone was focusing on making Christmas recipes like potato gratin, honey-glazed ham, turkey breast, and more, my priority was to exercise my love for baking by making fresh loaves on Christmas day, even though I was still planning to make other types of food to offer a variety of options to my guests.

So, I placed my Oster Expressbake appliance on my kitchen counter and began to do all of the baking I had in mind to . The model number of this particular appliance that I used is CKSTBRTW20 and you can find it on Amazon here. It took me a good while to make a few loaves, but I completed the task eventually. And then I made more on the next day and the day after it. Now, I’m tired of eating this food. I’ll be taking a break for a while. In the meantime, let’s talk a bit about this product.

This product is powered by a 650-watt motor with a maximum loaf capacity of 2 pounds. It can make 1-pound, 1.5, and 2-pound loaves, and you can have a 2-pound loaf baked and ready to eat in less than an hour thanks to its Expressbake feature, which is one of the cycles available on the machine. There are 12 cycles in total to choose from to make , pizza, rolls, jam, and more.

I used the 13-hour delay timer feature to my advantage to get the process started early. By Christmas morning, I already had a loaf ready, so I basically gave myself a head start by loading the ingredients for the first loaf into the machine on Christmas eve.

All the loaves I made on that day were all devoured within hours because they tasted so good (yes, I’m bragging) and I had to make an extra loaf which I ate at night. The 1-hour keep-warm feature in this helped keep my loaf warm until I was ready to eat it. I ate it about 40 minutes after it was baked.

It was a wonderful day for me, my family, and our guests – a wonderful Christmas. I hope to have a similar one in a year’s time, with more guests and more loaves. Click here to check out the model I used on Amazon.