Breadmaker (1 April 2016)

I had always wanted to make bread but I was too lazy to knead it and so forth. One day, my friend told me to get a breadmaker as according to her, it would make my life easier.

So one day, I was browsing the Maybank Treatpoints site and I saw a breadmaker. Without hesitation, I redeemed it using the boss's credit card points.

Of course, I got his permission to do so..

Faxed in the form and in a week's time, I received the breadmaker..

It's Morphy Richards.(Recipes included)
If I had redeemed vouchers, I could have got RM400.

Anyway, no regrets..


My very first bread that I was actually struggling to get acquainted to the breadmaker.
Instead of high protein flour, I used the multi purpose flour.
Not very suitable though..


One day, my friend posted her making of a pandan loaf. I was so interested that I asked for her recipe.
I followed it and it came out beautifully. Only that I should have used more concentrated pandan juice.


Next, I remembered Merryn's post about her chocolate loaf. So I used her recipe and it came out great. I love it...


Now and then, I will bake a loaf and I will keep it in the fridge for my own consumption as breakfast or lunch.

Breadmaker makes my life easy. I bake my own bread which has no preservatives which is much healthier.


Comments

  1. If I made bread I would eat it all and be as big as a house! I love homemade bread! Enjoy!

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  2. You baked a lot!! Yes. Homemade breads are the best. Love your breads. I am still thinking of getting a breadmaker. Hope to get one next year since I am running out of coupons as I redeem an oven lately.

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  3. I saw all your bread and cakes in fb.. You bake everyday? Can finish so fast the bread?

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  4. Nice to be baking your own bread. Are you the only one in your household eating the bread that you have baked?

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  5. Wow! Your boss must have got one million points accumulated from his credit card!

    I have been tempted to buy bread maker but I have to eat the loaves alone.

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  6. I guess baking the bread on your own is healthier than buying those outside, which can tahan for many days.

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  7. Your very first bread looks like those selling outside =D

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  8. So good you can redeem a breadmaker with the credit card points

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  9. I thought of getting one too, a cheaper version so that even when I stop using, I wont feel heartbreak.. hahahaa

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  10. Hi five! Haha. Once you've started baking your own bread, you'll never want to eat those commercial ones again *unless emergency lah*. Share share the pandan bread recipe?

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