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Model #RHBM-15001

Automatic 2 lb. White Bread Maker with Gluten-Free Setting

  • Offers 12 Pre-programmed Settings including Gluten Free Option
  • Features Viewing Window and Dishwasher Safe, Non-stick Bread Pan
  • Comes with Measuring Cup, Measuring Scoop, and Hook
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Highlights
  • Offers 12 Pre-programmed Settings including Gluten Free Option
  • Features Viewing Window and Dishwasher Safe, Non-stick Bread Pan
  • Comes with Measuring Cup, Measuring Scoop, and Hook
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
11.00
Product Height (in.)
12.20
Product Width (in.)
10.20

Details

Appliance Type
Bread Maker
Bread Making Cycles
Bake,Basic,Cake,Dough,French,Gluten-Free,Jam,Quick,Sandwich,Sweet,Whole Wheat
Color/Finish
White
Color/Finish Family
White
Crust Color Settings
Dark Crust,Light Crust,Medium Crust
Features
No Additional Features
Includes
Candy,Kneading Paddles,Measuring Cup,Scoop
Number of Pieces
6
Number of Temperature/Cooking Controls
12
Product Weight (lb.)
9.48
Returnable
180-Day
Small Appliances Color Family
White
Small Electric Product Type
Bread Maker
Style
Classic,Coastal,Farmhouse,Transitional
Wattage (watts)
500

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
ETL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year

Product Overview

Enjoy professional results with all your favorite baked goods with a professional bread maker from Rosewill. An exclusive automatic fruit and nut dispenser adds extras automatically, so you can enjoy freshly baked fruit and nut bread without waiting around. Easy-to-use controls offer 12 baking functions, including whole wheat, gluten free and dough, with 1.5 lb., 2 lb. loaf sizes and light, medium and dark crust color. The delay bake timer can be set up to 13 hours. Our direct current motor makes the operation quiet.
  • Adjustable crust control: light, medium or dark
  • Cool touch housing, viewing window
  • Direct current motor for quiet operation
  • Stainless steel heating element
  • LCD display
  • 6 buttons and with 12 digital programs, full auto process control bread making
  • 12 digital programs: basic, French, whole wheat, quick, sweet, gluten-free, rapid bake, dough, jam, cake, sandwich, bake
  • 10 minutes electric power cut off memory function
  • 60 minutes warm-keeping and 13 hours programmable delay timer function
  • Removable fruit & nut automatic dispenser
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Questions & Answers

5Questions12Answers

To use exist dough, can this machine can start bake without make dough first? Can it be customize...

Asked by jimqjp December 23, 2019
1
Answer

Yes, you need to choose bake function.

Vertical loaf or horizontal?

Asked by DotT March 22, 2018
2
Answers

If baked in the machine, the loaf resembles an 8 x 8 square. If you prefer another shape, you can prep in in the breadmaker and then bake in your oven in your desired shape.

Has anyone had a problem with the finish coming off in the bake pan.

Asked by Rileybowler November 10, 2017
1
Answer

Nothing so far.

In what country is this machine made

Asked by Rileybowler November 9, 2017
3
Answers

China

i want to send this machine to india where elec pressure is 230 volts so is this machine has dual volt system?

Asked by Bhavin February 1, 2016
5
Answers

No

Customer Reviews

  • 3.8
    out of 11 reviews
  • 83% recommend this product
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Very disappointing
Many years ago, I had a bread maker and got rid of it because of my inconsistent results. I thought maybe after all these years, the technology had improved and they work better now. I'm sorry to say that this particular bread maker was more of a disappointment than the other one I had. I bake on a regular basis so I am very good about using proper measurements. When I used this bread maker, I tried measuring by weight as well as volume and it was a miserable disappointment both ways. I used fresh ingredients including brand new yeast. I followed the directions exactly and had no luck with making good bread. One of the first things I noticed is the mixer does a poor job of properly mixing the dough and it leaves flour stuck around the sides. Eventually it does mix something that appears to be dough and each time I made it, the dough seemed to be rising properly. Unfortunately, by the time the bread was finished, I had a baked brick of dough with a horrible taste. I used recipes included with the maker as well as recipes on the internet and all were failures. I do not recommend this item and I guess I'll be continuing to make bread by hand.
by Daveb714
2 people found this helpful
Has potential
I have used another bread maker for 15 years with no problems, but it took three times to get a loaf to raise and bake properly in this machine. I used the recipe booklet included with the breadmaker, but I am not pleased with the recipes. I tried to find more or clarification on the website, but was not successful. So after trying two loaves of the Basic Bread using regular flour, I switched to the Sandwich Bread recipe using Bread Flour and was finally successful. I will continue to use bread flour and experiment. There are many settings so I think it will just take experimentation to find the correct method to use. The automatic fruit and nut dispenser will work well as it automatically drops no matter what recipe you are using whether you have something in it or not. There are adjustments for light, medium or dark crust which is an excellent option and each type of bread has an individual setting. You can make a 1.5 or 2 lb. loaf. The machine itself needs a little polish as the front edges are rough (sharp) and the cover on the dispenser was scratched before I even took it out of the box. On a completely positive note, the baking pan and kneading paddle are stick free. You may have to use a spatula to pull the flour that sticks in the corners of the pan, but I only did that once when it first mixes. This model is quieter than my old bread maker and gives off little heat. It is light weight and the size is easy to store. The photos are the successful loaf, one of the unsuccessful loaves, the bread maker and the dispenser. Overall it is a nice machine, it is just touchier than the one I previously used.
by MARCELLA
2 people found this helpful
Excellent Bread Maker!
This bread maker did a very good job on the first two loaves of bread we made (one with the recipe in the manual and the second with another recipe that rose more - see pictures). You do have to "burn in" the machine for about 10 minutes by setting it in the bake mode and then allowing it to cool and then clean it. We actually did this twice with this machine to be sure any the residue from the manufacturing process was removed. The first loaf tasted great, but the loaf did not rise as high as we might have expected. There is a comprehensive 19-page manual with all instructions as well as troubleshooting information if your bread does not come out as expected - many good suggestions there. It even has a feature to add nuts, raisins, or other fruit part-way through the baking cycle. Pretty neat! I highly recommend this bread machine, and this comes from a family where we do bake bread weekly. This is a full-featured, well-made bread machine which should do a great job for you as well!
by DickB
4 people found this helpful
Made three loaves so far, one standard, one french, and...
Made three loaves so far, one standard, one french, and one cinnamon raisin. No issues with the french loaf. On the standard and cinnamon raisin the machine nearly shook itself off the counter so I had to babysit it during the second knead cycle. Bread is great, though.
by Christopher
My previous Rosewell machine (old model) died in 3-4...
My previous Rosewell machine (old model) died in 3-4 years. This model is much light and had fruit/nut container that open later in the cycle. Like the machine, not noisy other than loud noise when fruit/nut container opens. Noticed some humming sound while plugged in.
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Followed directions 3 times and used exact ingredients and measurements...
Followed directions 3 times and used exact ingredients and measurements and none of loafs eatible
by HomeDepotCustomer
Gluten free bread came out great!...
Gluten free bread came out great!
by Mimi
2 people found this helpful
Works fine...
Works fine
by Sheldon
1 person found this helpful
So far so good! We've had the bread machine for a little over a month and I've made several loave...
So far so good! We've had the bread machine for a little over a month and I've made several loaves a week. Haven't tried the nut dispenser yet. I did try the manufacturer's recipe and found it too hard and lacking. Having attended Culinary School and worked as a professional chef and baker (years ago), I've found that ignoring the order of ingredient addition in the manual is OK. Instead I activate the yeast in the sugar and water first letting it soak for 10 minutes then add room temp milk, melted butter, flour, and salt. It always turns out delicious. Also, adding a potato is wonderful. Boil a potato to be mashed once cooled. Reserve the water to use instead of regular water for added nutrients and flavor. Be sure to cool both to room temp then in the machine Basen: 1) add 1 cup water from potato pan, 3 Tbsp sugar or honey and 1 1/2 tsp yeast. Let set for 10 minutes. 2) add mashed potato, 1/3 Cup room temp milk, 3Tbsp melted butter, 3 1/3 Cups flour, and 1 1/2 tsp salt in order as listed. Place the basin in place in the machine and lock in, close the lid, set to your desired settings and press Start. Check your dough during mixing by shining a light through the viewing window to be sure it's not too moist nor too dry. It should not be sticking to the sides, nor leave flour or spreading like oatmeal but be a nice, smooth ball. If you do need to add liquid or flour push the Start/Stop button to pause the machine, add very small amounts of liquid or flour depending on dryness or dampness then close the lid and start the machine again. Experiment, have fun, and enjoy bread making! We do enjoy our bread machine! It is easy and a great time saver! We're already saving money and love we KNOW what is in the bread we're enjoying.
by SallyG
1 person found this helpful
Makes a nice loaf of bread
Over the last decade or so, I have owned a couple of bead makers prior to receiving this model. This bread maker works very well and it has a number of additional features that my previous bread maker lacked. With this bread maker I can assemble my favorite bread recipe (which is both milk and oil-free), which I will share below, in a matter of minutes and have warm tasty hot bread in just under three hours. In addition to seven variations of bread settings I am familiar with from other machines, this machine also has a dough only setting, a jam cooking setting, a cake setting, a sandwich bread setting for thin crust light airy bread and a bake only setting. Another nice feature of this machine as compared to my previous machine is an automatic fruit/nut dispenser to adding extras into a dough at the proper time. This is especially useful when making a bead with nuts, such as a banana bread with walnuts. On my older machine, if I wanted to add nuts I would have to hang around until it was time, the bread maker would beep, and within a couple of minutes I had to manually open the lid, pour in the nuts, then close the lid so the machine could continue. With this machine you pour the nuts in the the compartment and the bottom of the compartment opens automatically at the proper time. There are eleven different basic recipes in the manual. Over the years I have purchased other bread making machine books and have hundreds of different bread recipes. This machine will work well with any recipe I have seen that was written for a 1.5 or 2 pound bread machine loaf of bread. I prefer a bread with no milk or oils so over the years I have perfected my own 2 pound white/french bread recipe, which I will include below. It works well in this machine and produces a nice crispy brown crust, especially when the crust color selected is dark. It is great to eat warm out of the bread maker with some melted butter. Recipe: 4 dry cups of quality bread flour in one bowl 2 tablespoons of sugar, 2 teaspoons of sea salt in a second small bowl/cup 1 1/2 teaspoons of bread machine yeast in a third cup/bowl 13 ounces of water Setup the machine: Heat the water to 120-125 degrees. Use a thermometer to get the right temperature. If the water is too hot or too cold the bread may not rise well. Pour the water into the loaf pan, followed by the flour covering all the water. In the center of the loaf pan, make a small shallow hole and pour in the sugar and salt. In one corner of the loaf pan pour in the yeast. Select the basic bread cycle and crust color and start the machine. A couple of minutes after the machine has started mixing the dough, I often use a small spatula to help mix in the flour stuck in the corners of the loaf pan. I have done this with every machine I have ever owned. While is not necessary, I feel it helps guarantee that all of the ingredients are thoroughly mixed and incorporated early in the dough making process. That is it. Once the bread is baked, dig in.
by iiiidiyer
5 people found this helpful
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