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Cuisinart CBK-110P1 Bread Maker Machine User Manual

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Cuisinart CBK-110P1 Bread Maker Machine

Cuisinart CBK-110P1 Bread Maker Machine

IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS

When using electrical appliances, especially when children are present, basic safety precautions should always be taken, including the following:

  1. READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS, PRODUCT LABELS, AND WARNINGS BEFORE USING THIS BREAD MAKER.
  2. Do not touch hot surfaces; carry the unit with the plastic base. Always use oven mitts when handling hot material, and allow metal parts to cool before cleaning. Allow the bread maker to cool thoroughly before putting on or taking off parts.
  3. When the unit is not in use and before cleaning, unplug the bread maker from the wall outlet. Let the bread maker cool down completely before assembling or disassembling it.
  4. To protect against the risk of electric shock, do not immerse the appliance or plugs in water or other liquids.
  5. Close supervision is always necessary when this or any appliance is used near children or incapacitated persons.
  6. Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not plug in ca ord where people may walk or trip on it. Unplug this bread maker from the wall outlet when not in use, before you leave for a trip, or go out for a long period.
  7. Do not operate this or any appliance with a frayed or damaged cord or plug, or after the appliance malfunctions or is dropped or has been damaged in any manner. Take the appliance to the nearest authorized service facility for examination, repair, or electric or mechanical adjustment.
  8. Do not let the cord dangle over the edge of a table or counter or touch hot surfaces. Do not place it on an unsteady or cloth-covered surface.
  9. Avoid contact with moving parts.
  10. Do not use attachments not recommended by the manufacturer. They may cause fire, electric shock, or injury or may damage the unit and void the warranty.
  11. Do not use it outdoors or for commercial purposes.
  12. Do not place the appliance near a hot gas or electric burner, or in a heated oven.
  13. Keep the power cord away from the hot surface of this bread maker. Do not put any flammable objects on the hot surface of this bread maker.
  14. Place this bread maker a minimum of 2 inches away from any wall or other object.
  15. Do not use this bread maker for other than its intended use.
  16. When plugging or unplugging this bread maker, be sure not to touch the plug blades with your fingers.
  17. Before unplugging, press and hold the START/STOP button for 1 to 3 seconds to cancel any programs, then grip the plug and pull from the wall outlet. Never pull on the cord.
  18. Use of extension cords: A short power-supply cord has been provided to reduce the risk of injury resulting from becoming entangled in or tripping over a longer cord. Extension cords may be used with care. The marked electrical rating of the extension cord should be at least as great as the electrical rating of the appliance. The cord should be arranged so that it will not drape over the counter or tabletop where it can be pulled by children or tripped over accidentally. If the appliance is of the grounded type, the extension cord should be a grounding-type 3-wire cord.
  19. If the electric circuit is overloaded with other appliances, your bread maker may not operate properly. This bread maker should be operated on a separate electrical circuit from other operating appliances.
  20. Do not operate your appliance in an appliance garage or under a wall cabinet. When storing in an appliance garage, always unplug the unit from the electrical outlet. Not doing so could create a risk of fire, especially if the appliance touches the walls of the garage or the door touches the unit as it closes.
  21. Preheating of the appliance is necessary.
  22. For household use only.
  23. This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory, or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning the use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
  24. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
  25. Appliances are not intended to be operated using an external timer or separate remote-control system.

BEFORE FIRST USE

Remove all packing material and any promotional labels or stickers from your bread maker. Be sure that all parts of your new bread maker have been unpacked before discarding any packing materials. You may want to keep the box and packing materials for use at a later date. Wipe the housing with a damp cloth to remove any dust from the warehouse or shipping. Wash the inside of the lid with a sponge or damp cloth. Wash the kneading paddle and bread pan with warm, soapy water and dry completely.

PARTS AND FEATURES

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  1. Lid
    With viewing window
  2. Control panel with LCD display
    See details on the next page
  3. Baking chamber
    Removable bread pan with handle Vertical loaf, nonstick coating
    Kneading paddle Removable, nonstick paddle
    The heating element (not shown)
  4.  Power cord (not shown)
  5. Pan hook
    A helpful tool for lifting bread pan handle

CONTROL PANEL

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  • LCD Display – Displays program, crust color, and loaf size selections. Also, view cycle and delay start timing.
  • PROG Button – Select the program; refer to the program list above the display panel for options.
  • COLOR Button – Select a light, medium, or dark crust. Light: Medium: Dark:
  • SIZE / –
    • Select a 1-lb., 1½-lb. or 2-lb. loaf.
    • Enables internal chamber light.
  • START/STOP Button – Starts and stops the bread-making process. Also controls the Pause function.
  • –/ + Buttons – Adjust time for the bake program and delay start timer.

NOTE
Some program selections are limited to certain crust colors and loaf sizes. The LCD will display accordingly. Please see Programs and Timing on page 9 for all available combinations.

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Remove the bread pan from the baking chamber by grasping the handle, turning the pan counterclockwise, and lifting it. It may be helpful to first lift the handle of the bread pan by using the pan hook (see fFigure1a). To properly attach the kneading paddle, insert it onto the shaft with a wide base facing down (see Figure 1b).
  2. Cuisinart CBK-110P1 Bread Maker Machine 3 Properly measure all ingredients and put them into the bread pan in the exact order they are listed. Always put the liquids in first, the dry ingredients in next, and the yeast last. Yeast should not touch wet ingredients. Please refer to the Measuring and Loading Ingredients sections (page 11) for instructions.
  3. Insert the bread pan back into the baking chamber, turning clockwise to lock in place.
  4. Close the lid and connect the power cord to a standard electrical outlet.
  5. Select your program by pressing the PROG button. For more information on each program, see pages 9–10.
  6. Select your crust color (light, medium, or dark) by pressing the COLOR button. If no crust color is selected, the unit will automatically default to dark crust.
  7. Select your loaf size (1-lb., 1½-lb. or 2-lb.) by pressing the SIZE/ button. If no loaf size is selected, the unit will automatically default to a 1½-lb. loaf size.
  8. If you would like the bread-making process to start immediately, press the START/STOP button now, the indicator will light to show that the bread maker is on.
  9. To cancel the process at any time, press and hold the START/STOP button for 3 seconds.

Delay Start Timer
The Cuisinart® Compact Automatic Bread Maker can be programmed up to 13 hours in advance. For example, you can program your bread maker at 8 p.m. to finish baking at 9 a.m. Be sure to set your timer based on when you would like your bread to be complete.

NOTE
Do not use perishable ingredients such as milk, eggs, cheese and yogurt with the Delay Start function.

To set the Delay Start Timer:

  1. Add ingredients.
  2. Select the program, crust color, and loaf size.
  3. Set the number of hours ahead that you want the loaf to finish. By pressing the + or – buttons you can set the time for completion up to 13 hours later. Press to increase or decrease by 10-minute increments or hold the button down to scroll faster.
  4. Press the START/STOP button to begin the delay start countdown.

During Bread Making

The Process
Once you start a program, the unit will automatically take care of each step of the process until the loaf is done. An indicator on the LCD will show the current function: Knead, Rise, Bake, or Keep Warm.

Knead – Most bread types use 2 Knead cycles. The first Knead cycle quickly mixes the main ingredients. The second Knead cycle is longer and continues the mixing process. The dough is “punched down” before the longer cycle begins, before removing the kneading paddle.

Rise – Rise cycles help to ensure the perfect consistency of all yeast breads. During the Rise cycles, your bread maker will appear to be inactive. The display will show it is actually in Rise mode.

Bake – This bread maker will consistently regulate both baking time and temperature according to the recipe you select.

Keep Warm – This allows you to leave the finished bread in the machine to serve warm for up to 60 minutes. It also helps to keep the crust from becoming soggy if the bread is not removed from the machine immediately after baking. Some crusts will darken slightly in Keep Warm.

Options

  1. Light: Press and hold SIZE/ for 3 seconds to turn on the internal chamber light at any time. The light will automatically turn off after 30 seconds, or press and hold again to turn off.
  2. Pause: You can pause the process for up to 10 minutes at any time by pressing the START/STOP button while the unit is on. The time and power light will flash while the program is paused. Press START/STOP to resume the program.
  3. Add-ins: An audible signal of 4 sets of 5 long beeps each will sound to remind you to add any additional ingredients your recipe requires. To do so, open the lid and add additional ingredients. Be sure to close the lid, once finished. This typically occurs during the second knead. The display will show “add-in” for a few minutes during the Knead cycle in case you miss the initial beeps.
  4. Removing kneading paddle: After mixing/kneading is complete, there will be an audible signal of 10 short beeps before the last Rise cycle, indicating the point at which the mixing/kneading is complete (the display will show “paddle” for one minute in case you miss the initial beeps). At this point in the bread-making process, you have the option of removing the kneading paddle, and/or re-shaping the dough, though neither is necessary. To do so:
    • Press START/STOP to pause the program.
    • Open the lid and remove the bread pan by the handle.
    • Take the dough from the pan and remove the kneading paddle.
    • Form the dough into a neat ball and place it in the center of the bread pan.
    • Replace the bread pan into the machine and turn clockwise to lock the bread pan into the unit. Close the lid.
    • Press START/STOP to resume the program.

NOTE
If you plan to remove the dough and reshape it in another pan for baking in your conventional oven, this is the time to do so. Be sure to press and hold the START/STOP button to reset the machine, so it does not automatically resume the bread-making process after 10 minutes.

After Bread Making
There will be 10 beeps to signal the end of the Baking cycle; the LCD window will read 00:00. Your bread will be kept warm for 60 minutes in the keep warm cycle. There will be one long beep at the end of the Keep Warm cycle and then the unit will shut off. For optimal results, we recommend removing the loaf as soon as the Baking cycle is complete and letting it cool on a wire rack.

To remove bread from the pan

  • Open the lid and use a pan hook to lift the bread pan handle. Using oven mitts, remove the bread pan by turning counterclockwise.

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  • Still using the oven mitts, hold the bottom of the bread pan, move the handle aside, and shake until the bread is released.

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  • For best results, allow the loaf to cool on a wire rack for 20 to 30 minutes prior to slicing.

NOTE
If you have not removed the kneading paddle before baking, be sure to remove the kneading paddle from the finished loaf. Use caution; the kneading paddle will be extremely hot.

POWER FAILURE BACKUP
This unit is equipped with a power failure backup system. In case of any disruption of the power supply, the unit will store in memory the stage of the bread-making cycle and resume once power is restored. The power backup feature can maintain memory for a power failure for up to 15 minutes.

TYPES OF BREADS AND PROGRAMS

  1. White – The White program uses primarily all-purpose or bread flour.
  2. French – French breads require special timing and temperatures to achieve that wonderful, crispy crust. Because they traditionally lack sugars or large amounts of fat, they tend to be lighter in color.
  3. Whole Wheat – Whole-wheat bread is a yeast bread that is made with a significant portion of whole-wheat flour (50% or more), rather than with 100% all-purpose or white bread flour. Breads made from whole-wheat flour are more nutritious because the flour is milled from the entire wheat berry (including the bran and the germ). Using wholewheat flour produces bread that is brown to dark brown, and the bread are more flavorful and healthful than bread made with refined white flour (even though “lost” nutrients are added back into white flour). Many times they are denser than 100% white breads.
  4. Ultra-Fast – The Ultra-Fast program must be used with a recipe usingrapid-risee yeast, or the bread will not rise and bake properly. Almost any recipe can be modified by replacing standard yeast with an equal or larger amount of rapid-rise yeast. NOTE: This program cannot be used with the gluten-free recipes.
  5. Sweet – The SweetBreadd program is specifically designed to bake breads with high amounts of sugar, fats, and proteins. These added ingredients tend to increase the height and browning of the finished loaves.
  6. Gluten-Free – Since gluten is found in most flour used in traditional bread baking, the ingredients to create gluten-free bread are unique. While they are “yeast breads,” the doughs are generally wet and often have a batter-like consistency. It is also important not to over-mix or over-knead gluten-free doughs. NOTE: For a list of Gluten-Free ingredients, refer to pages 15–16.
  7. Artisan Dough – This program allows the preparation of artisan doughs. Several long, slow, cool rises will enhance the development of texture, taste, and crust in the final shaped and baked bread. This is a dough-only program. The dough can be baked using the Bake program, or shaped and baked in a conventional oven.
  8. Dough – There are two ways to prepare dough in the bread maker if you wish to bake it in a conventional oven. One way is by using our Dough program. It mixes ingredients, kneads, and takes the dough through the two rises. It is appropriate for almost any dough recipe (exceptgluten-freee) and ideal for pizza dough. It is intended that the dough will be removed and shaped by hand and allowed to rise 1 or 2 more times out of the bread maker. Alternatively, you can choose a specific bread program from the menu options, and remove the dough when the Remove Paddle signal tones. This will take you through two rise cycles. This method is suitable for any alternative loaf shape, dinner rolls, braided challah bread, and so on. The last rise will take place outside the bread maker.
  9. Jam – The bread maker is a great cooking environment for homemade jams and compotes. The paddle automatically keeps the ingredients stirring through the process. The heating element is placed in a way that the contents will not get burned. The program starts in a heating phase so it will appear to be inactive. It will start mixing about 10 minutes into the program. We provide recipes to get you started. They make a wonderful complement to freshly baked bread!
  10. Packaged Mix – This program is meant for prepackaged yeast bread mixes intended for the bread machines. Mixes for 1½ and 2 lbs. work best.
  11. Cake – Cake-like in texture, and often referred to as “quick breads,” recipes for this program are usually baked in a shaped pan such as a loaf pan or muffin tin. They are batter-type bread rather than yeast dough, and get their leavening from baking powder, baking soda, and eggs. Add-ins must be added at the very beginning of the cycle with other basic ingredients. If the finished bread is a little moist on top when baking is complete (moisture will depend on the ingredients of the cake), leave it in the bread maker on Keep Warm for 10 to 15 minutes, and it will continue baking – this is called “after cooking.”
  12. Bake – This program activates the bread maker for the Bake function only. You can use this setting if you want the finished loaf to have a darker crust color (this will only require a few extra minutes, so keep your eye on the loaf). Only the Bake function should be used to bake store-purchased doughs.

PROGRAMS AND TIMING

For each program, there are two times listed under ADD-INS and under REMOVE PADDLE. The Displayed Time is what you will see in the countdown timer window. The Elapsed Time under ADD-INS and REMOVE PADDLE is the number of minutes that have passed since you pressed start. Elapsed Times are listed to let you know when you should return.

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NOTE
Removing the kneeding paddle is an optional step. See page 6 for more details.

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MEASURING INGREDIENTS

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Important Note
The MOST important rule of making bread: Use exact measurements. This is the key to successful bread baking.

When measuring wet ingredients, use only liquid measuring cups with the cups/ounces marked clearly on the side. After filling the measuring cup, place it on a flat surface and view it at eye level to make sure the amount of liquid is exact. Most recipes require liquids to be at room temperature. When measuring dry ingredients, fill a dry measuring cup with a spoon and then level off the measurement with the back of a knife or a spatula to make sure the measurement is exact. Never use the cup to scoop the ingredients directly from the container (for example, flour). By scooping, you could add up to one tablespoon of extra ingredients. Do not pack down, unless otherwise noted.

LOADING INGREDIENTS INTO

THE BREAD PAN

Important Note
The SECOND MOST important rule of making bread: Put the ingredients into the bread maker in the EXACT order given in the recipe.

This means, in most cases:

  • FIRST, liquid ingredients
  • SECOND, dry ingredients
  • LAST, yeast – Yeast must be separate from wet ingredients and salt.

Create a small crater in dry ingredients using your finger or a spoon, and place yeast within the crater. Make sure the yeast is fresh. Also, make sure ALL ingredients are at room temperature unless otherwise noted (that is, between 75˚F– 90˚F). Temperatures too cool or too warm can affect the way the bread rises and bakes. NOTE: Water should not be hot, or it will affect rising. Last, it is a good idea to start with fresh ingredients. Fresh flour and fresh yeast are critical. See the Troubleshooting section (page 17) to learn more.

MEASUREMENT/CONVERSION CHART

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INGREDIENT CONVERSION CHART

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CLEANING AND CARE

Caution
Unplug the machine before cleaning. Do not put the bread maker in water or a dishwasher. Do not use scrubbing brushes or chemical cleansers, as these will damage the machine. Use only a mild, nonabrasive cleanser to clean the outside of the bread maker. Bread pan and kneading paddle – Pan and kneading paddle should be hand-washed with warm water and soap. Do not use metal utensils as they will damage the nonstick surface.

  • Baking chamber – Remove all bread crumbs by wiping them away with a slightly damp cloth or clean pastry brush. DO NOT bend the heating element, which is located on the inside of the bread maker.
  • Lid – Wipe the inside of the lid with a sponge or damp cloth. The lid should not be immersed in water.
    Outer housing – Use only a mild, nonabrasive cleanser to clean the outside of the bread maker.
    Control panel – Wipe with a slightly damp cloth as necessary. Take care not to allow water or cleaning fluids under the buttons of the control panel.
  • Maintenance – Any other servicing should be performed by an authorized service representative.
  • Keep your bread maker clean at all times.
  • Don’t worry if the color of the exterior of the baking pan changes over time. The color change is a result of steam and other moisture and does not affect the machine’s performance.
  • If you have trouble removing the kneading paddle from the bread pan, put warm, soapy water in the bread pan for 10 to 15 minutes – this will loosen the paddle.

TIPS AND HINTS

Important
Use top-quality ingredients to make your bread-maker bread. Temperature of ingredients is important in bread-machine baking. Ideal temperatures are between 75°F–90°F. Use an instant-read thermometer to check the temperatures. Cold ingredients should be allowed to come to room temperature.

Measure all ingredients accurately and have them ready before adding them to the bread pan. This helps to ensure that you measure each ingredient correctly, and do not find that you get down to the last (or nearly the last) ingredient and discover that it is not available in your pantry. When measuring ingredients, use liquid measuring cups for liquids, and dry measures for dry ingredients. Stir all flours first, spoon into the dry measure,e and level off using the flat side of a knife or spatula – do not pack down.

Add ingredients to the pan in this order – liquids, melted or softened butter, salt, and sugars (including honey, molasses, syrup), herbs, flours, dried milk, vital wheat gluten (if using), and yeast. Do not allow the yeast to touch the wet ingredients. See detailed instructions on page 11. Giving the kneading paddle a light coating with a nonstick cooking spray or vegetable oil may make it easier to remove if it bakes into a loaf. Bread-maker baking is affected by the temperature and humidity of the day – this is often the cause of varied dough consistency and results.

On a humid day, you may need additional flour. Pay attention to the dough during the kneading process and if sticky, add flour 1 teaspoon at a time. Alternatively, if it is especially dry, you may need to add additional liquid. In most cases, the dough should be smooth and not cling to fingers when touched. Additional amounts of flour or liquid should be added 1 teaspoon at a time. Scrape down the sides of the pan if the ingredients are sticking to the sides. If using perishable, fresh ingredients such as dairy products, eggs, chopped fruits, or vegetables, do not use the Delay Start Timer feature.

Some dairy products and eggs may be substituted by using dried ingredients, such as dried egg powders, dried buttermilk, or dry milk. Add the water to the machine first, then add the dried substitution after the flour to keep them separate. If you substitute these dried ingredients and have no other fresh, perishable ingredients in your bread recipe, you may then use the Delay Start Timer feature. It is also important to keep yeast separate from salt if using the Delay Start Timer feature – add salt with the liquids and the yeast last, on top of the flour and other dry ingredients. Nuts and seeds, raisins and other dried fruits, shredded cheeses, chocolate morsels, and any other additions to the dough should be added when the Add-In signal sounds, except for the Cake program.

For a more uniform loaf of bread, remove the dough when you hear the Remove Paddle signal, then remove the kneading paddle and reshape the dough into a neat loaf. This will ensure a more uniformly shaped loaf of bread, particularly with the smaller 1- and 1½-pound loaves. Use the Whole Wheat program when baking breads containing not only whole-wheat flour, but other heavy flours that will require a longer knead and rise – for example, pumpernickel bread.

All bread slices are best when allowed to cool for a minimum of 30 minutes (preferably longer) before slicing. For cake/quick breads, spray the bottom and halfway up the sides of the bread pan with cooking spray before adding ingredients, to assist in release. Loosen the loaf with a heatproof plastic spatula before turning it out. If bread bakes over the bread pan handle, let it cool, then remove the bread from the pan in the unit.

TROUBLESHOOTING

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WARRANTY

Limited Three-Year Warranty (U.S. and Canada Only)
This warranty is available to consumers only. You are a consumer if you own a Cuisinart® Compact Automatic Bread Maker that was purchased at retail for personal, family, or household use. Except as otherwise required under applicable law, this warranty is not available to retailers or other commercial purchasers or owners. We warrant that your Cuisinart® Compact Automatic Bread Maker will be free of defects in materials and workmanship under normal home use for 3 years from the date of original purchase.

We recommend that you visit our website, www.cuisinart.com for a fast, efficient way to complete your product registration. However, product registration does not eliminate the need for the consumer to maintain the original proof of purchase to obtain the warranty benefits. If you do not have proof of purchase date, the purchase date for purposes of this warranty will be the date of manufacture.

CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS ONLY
California law provides that for In-Warranty Service, California residents have the option of returning a nonconforming product (A) to the store where it was purchased or (B) to another retail store that sells Cuisinart products of the same type. The retail store shall then, according to its preference, either repair the product, refer the consumer to an independent repair facility, replace the product, or refund the purchase price less the amount directly attributable to the consumer’s prior usage of the product.

If either of the above two options does not result in the appropriate relief to the consumer, the consumer may then take the product to an independent repair facility, if service or repair can be economically accomplished. Cuisinart and not the consumer will be responsible for the reasonable cost of such service, repair, replacement, or refund for nonconforming products under warranty.

California residents may also, according to their preference, return nonconforming products directly to Cuisinart for repair or, if necessary, replacement by calling our Consumer Service Center toll-free at 800-726-0190. Cuisinart will be responsible for the cost of the repair, replacement, shipping, and handling of such nonconforming products under warranty.

BEFORE RETURNING YOUR CUISINART PRODUCT
If your Cuisinart® Compact Automatic Bread Maker should prove to be defective within the warranty period, we will repair or, if we think necessary, replace it. To obtain warranty service, please call our Consumer Service Center toll-free at 1-800-726-0190 or write to Cuisinart, 7475 North Glen Harbor  Blvd., Glendale, AZ 85307. To facilitate the speed and accuracy of your return, enclose $10.00 for shipping and handling.

(California residents need only supply proof of purchase and should call 1-800-726-0190 for shipping instructions.) Be sure to include your return address, description of the product’s defect, product serial number, and any other information pertinent to the return. Please pay by check or money order made payable to Cuisinart.

NOTE
For added protection and secure handling of any Cuisinart product that is being returned, we recommend you use a traceable, insured delivery service. Cuisinart cannot be held responsible for in-transit damage or for packages that are not delivered to us.

Lost and/or damaged products are not covered under warranty. Your Cuisinart® Compact Automatic Bread Maker has been manufactured to the strictest specifications and has been designed for use only in 120-volt outlets and only with authorized accessories and replacement parts. This warranty expressly excludes any defects or damages caused by attempted use of this unit with a converter, as well as use with accessories, replacement parts, or repair services other than those authorized by Cuisinart. This warranty does not cover any damage caused by accident, misuse, shipment, or other than ordinary household use.

This warranty excludes all incidental or consequential damages. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of these damages, so these exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific rights, and you may also have other rights, which vary from state to state. Important: If the nonconforming product is to be serviced by someone other than Cuisinart’s Authorized Service Center, please remind the servicer to call our Consumer Service Center at 1-800-726-0190 to ensure that the problem is properly diagnosed, the product is serviced with the correct parts, and to ensure that the product is still under warranty.

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FAQS About Cuisinart CBK-110P1 Bread Maker Machine

What can I make with the Cuisinart CBK-110P1 Bread Maker?

You can make a variety of bread, including white, whole wheat, gluten-free, and artisanal bread, as well as dough for pizza, rolls, and other baked goods.

Is it easy to use?

Yes, the Cuisinart CBK-110P1 Bread Maker is designed with user-friendly controls and presets, making it simple to operate even for beginners.

Can I customize my recipes?

Absolutely! This bread maker allows for customization of crust color and loaf size, and it also has a programmable option for creating your own recipes.

How long does it take to bake a loaf of bread?

Baking times vary depending on the type of bread and settings chosen, but on average, a loaf of bread takes about 3 to 4 hours to bake.

Does it have a delay start feature?

Yes, the CBK-110P1 Bread Maker has a 13-hour delay start timer, allowing you to prepare ingredients ahead of time and have freshly baked bread ready when you want it.

Is it easy to clean?

The bread pan and kneading paddle are dishwasher safe, and the interior of the machine can be wiped clean with a damp cloth, making cleanup hassle-free.

What size loaf does it make?

This bread maker can bake loaves in three sizes: 1 pound, 1.5 pounds, and 2 pounds, giving you options based on your preference and needs.

Does it have a keep-warm function?

Yes, after baking, the CBK-110P1 Bread Maker automatically switches to a keep-warm mode for up to an hour, ensuring your bread stays warm until you’re ready to enjoy it.

Can I make gluten-free bread with it?

Yes, this bread maker has specific settings and recipes for gluten-free bread, allowing those with dietary restrictions to enjoy homemade gluten-free loaves.

Is it durable?

Cuisinart is known for its durable and reliable products, and the CBK-110P1 Bread Maker is no exception, constructed with quality materials to withstand regular use and provide years of baking enjoyment.

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