Sunbeam 005891-000-000

2 Pound Programmable Bread Maker

  • Model: 005891-000-000
  • Sku: 005891

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Sunbeam
Create bakery-style artisan bread right at home in less than an hour with the programmable Sunbeam 005891. Whether it's cinnamon-raisin bread in the morning, whole-wheat sandwich bread in the afternoon, or buttery dinner tools to serve with dinner, the countertop appliance makes it easy. Features a user-friendly design with large LCD display.
 

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Technical Specs ↑ Back to Top

Appliance Type Bread Maker
Loaf Size 2 lbs.

Dimensions

Unboxed
Height 14.0 in
Width 13.2 in
Weight 17 lbs
Depth 18.2 in
Boxed
Height 15.1 in
Width 13.8 in
Weight 18 lbs 4.8 oz
Depth 18.8 in

Package Contents

  • Removable Baking Pan
  • Instruction Book With Bread Recipes

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Sunbeam2-Pound Programmable Bread Maker
 
5.0

(based on 2 reviews)

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5.0

Great bread maker at a great price

By Vermontee

from Vermont

About Me Casual Cook

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Delicious Bread
  • Easy To Clean
  • Easy To Use
  • Simple Settings

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Dough
    • Gluten Free Bread
    • Loaves

    Comments about Sunbeam 2-Pound Programmable Bread Maker:

    The sprout bread made with this machine is moist & flavorful. Friends love it. I look forward to trying different bread recipes. No more store bought bread for me. The price was so reasonable which was an incentive to purchase this from BrandsMart.

    Service and delivery comments:

    The bread maker arrived quickly; I was surprised and pleased. BrandsMart communicated the status of my order regularly and provided tracking. I would purchase from this company again and recommend it to others.

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    5.0

    Best Value Machine at Best Price!

    By Mama Mel

    from Pittsburgh (Murrysville) PA

    About Me Avid Cook

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Compact Storage
    • Consistency
    • Convenient
    • Delicious Bread
    • Easy To Clean
    • Easy To Use
    • Forgiving
    • Simple Settings

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Dough
      • Loaves
      • Pizza Dough
      • Rolls
      • Sweet Bread Dough

      Comments about Sunbeam 2-Pound Programmable Bread Maker:

      I did quite a bit of research before we purchased this machine as money is very tight, and subsequently, so am I!

      I hate making a purchase I'll regret, or finding a better price later. This Sunbeam 5891 model has received consistent top notch reviews since 2011 in the "Value" machine category by consumers and by product bloggers and magazines. I have been watching it for over a year now looking for the best deal I could find, and I found it on the BrandSmart site. It arrived a little early with no issues, and was carefully packed box within box.

      This machine is so much fun and so easy to use, I'm afraid we're eating TOO much bread! I just posted this as my Facebook Status yesterday: The Good News: I love our new bread machine! We make a new kind of bread just about every day! Yesterday I made cinnamon rolls! The Bad News: I love our new bread machine! We make a new kind of bread just about every day! Yesterday I made cinnamon rolls!

      Almost (see below) every bread we've made has been not just a success, but a phenomenal one! The breads look and taste terrific. We started with the basic white bread recipe, but started researching new recipes and trying new things immediately.

      One criticism I'd read about the machine was that the recipes in the accompanying manual weren't the greatest--but no worry, the internet is full of great recipes. We make a honey wheat oatmeal bread that is my personal favorite, and my husband loves english muffin bread. We've used it several times for dough already, and it does a great job. It has a jam function, too--as soon as berries appear this Spring, I'll be making some homemade jam!

      The delay function is also useful. We've used it twice now, and there's nothing like waking to the smell of baking bread. The function may seem a little tricky, as you're not using a clock, but simple math, which is easy enough but not so intuitive. It works by adding the intervening hours from when you set up the mix to the time it takes the bread to bake. For example, say you choose a bread that takes 3 hours to bake. You mix it up after dinner at 8PM and you want it ready for 9AM. On the settings, you adjust the BAKE time from 3 hours to 13 hours--the additional 10 hours (from 8AM to 6AM when the bread will actually start) are 'wait' time, plus the three hour bake time. Some recipes that call for eggs or milk can be adjusted to work with a timer by substituting dry eggs and powdered milk so nothing will spoil, but we're not that advanced yet!

      The only failures I've experienced are mine, not the machine's. When the machine first arrived, I was too excited to try it to actually procure the right ingredients, so we tried an express loaf recipe with All Purpose flour instead of bread flour and regular dry yeast instead of Instant dry yeast. That first loaf never even rose and was essentially a door stop, so yes, you must use the recommended ingredients! By the way, both bread flour and instant yeast can be pricey, so I suggest buying them in bulk to shave the price down a bit. I'm also tracking down some Vital Wheat gluten to add to All Purpose flour to 'make' bread flour. With some experimenting, that should work out fine.

      The second failure was due to a misreading--I started mixing a bread with WAY too much water, and then rather than dump the whole thing when I realized my mistake, I tried to compensate by adding more flour, etc. This was a DISASTER. I naively thought I'd be better off dumping a bad loaf in the trash rather than a slurry of wet flour, but instead, the whole mess bubbled over like molten lava in the machine, burned on the coils, and filled the house with smoke. The machine was trashed, but thankfully mostly non-stick, so it cleaned up well and wasn't damaged by my experiment, which is where my rating of the machine as "forgiving" comes from!

      Regarding the "Bottom Line" I have already recommended it to several friends, and can't stop talking about it. It is definitely my new favorite--and practical--toy!

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