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With Oster Expressbake Breadmaker fresh-baked bread is a favorite in every home, gently filling the air with an enticing aroma and satisfying everyone's taste buds. This electric bread maker bakes a 2-pound loaf in less than an hour with the EXPRESSBAKE cycle. Use the 13-hour delay timer for customized bake time. Includes a gluten-free setting as a healthy bread option. With the Oster brand, you can cook with passion and serve with pleasure.

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With Oster Expressbake Breadmaker fresh-baked bread is a favorite in every home, gently filling the air with an enticing aroma and satisfying everyone's taste buds. This electric bread maker bakes a 2-pound loaf in less than an hour with the EXPRESSBAKE cycle. Use the 13-hour delay timer for customized bake time. Includes a gluten-free setting as a healthy bread option. With the Oster brand, you can cook with passion and serve with pleasure.

Oster Expressbake Breadmaker:

  • The Oster Expressbake Breadmaker makes 1-2-lb. family size loaves
  • 9 bread settings for a variety of breads, dough and jams
  • Expressbake setting for bread in less than 1 hour
  • 13-hour delay timer
  • Audible signal notification
  • The Oster breadmaker has a large glass window
  • Lid removes for easy cleaning
  • Non-stick aluminum bread pan
  • Large easy to read LCD screen
  • Cool-touch exterior housing
  • The breadmaker machine includes measuring cup, spoon and kneading blade
  • Model# CKSTBRTW20

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Specifications

Color: White
Capacity: 1-2 lbs
Condition: New
Manufacturer Part Number: CKSTBRTW20
Container Type: Box
Model: CKSTBRTW20
Brand: Oster
Features: Yes , 
  • Menu
  • Crust Color
  • Loaf Size
  • Start/Stop
,  Non-stick Coating ,  LCD Display
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H): 13.00 x 12.50 x 13.50 Inches
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Customer Reviews | 263 reviews | 4.4 out of 5

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Great Bread Machine
1/30/2011

Customer review by Jellokel

5.0 stars 1/30/2011 by Jellokel
by Jellokel

This bread machine is very easy. I was making bread shortly after opening the box. Their recipes are so simple for the basic white and wheat but also has many other kinds. I figured there would be a lot of prep for it but it all goes in the pan and mixes everything itself and off it goes. Most of the time it takes to make the bread is for the time used on mixing and rising. The only downfall I've seen is that it wobbles on the more heavy flour recipes. The good thing is that it smells great and makes other things like jam and pizza dough.

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Jellokel
Arcanum, OH
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:35 - 44
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Male
Usage:A few times per month
Love it!
6/4/2012

Customer review by lunnapr

5.0 stars 6/4/2012 by lunnapr
by lunnapr

It wasn't as loud as I expected from what I read on the reviews. It is so simple to use! You just dump all the ingredients in the basket and you'll have a delicious loaf of bread 3 hours later or less!!!

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lunnapr
Kensington, MD
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:35 - 44
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Female
Usage:A few times per month
I use for gluten-free bread
1/26/2010

Customer review by 130SOwner

5.0 stars 1/26/2010 by 130SOwner
by 130SOwner

I bought this machine before Christmas specifically to make gluten-free bread. So far, I have not tried from-scratch recipes, but have had good luck with mixes for cinnamon-raisin and whole grain from B.R.M. The short cycles do not work for gluten-free bread. The mixes recommend the basic over 3 hour setting and that seems to work. Even though the time is long, I can put in the room-temperature wet ingredients ( liquids plus oil and egg), then the dry on top with a hole in the middle for the yeast, set the machine and forget it. One trick I use is to warm the water in the microwave before whisking with the oil and somewhat cold egg(s). That way I don't have to leave my eggs out of the fridge. I'm hoping to graduate to from-scratch recipes, but the mixes are convenient. I am a fan of whole grain. Never liked to eat doughy white bread, even before I discovered I needed to go gluten-free.

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130SOwner
North Carolina
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:55 - 64
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Female
Usage:Every few days
Great little friend
1/11/2011

Customer review by shopperAB

5.0 stars 1/11/2011 by shopperAB
by shopperAB

We purchased this breadmaker as a Christmas gift for me, but i can't keep my husband away from it now. It makes awesome bread with no effort from our part. Set it and forget it. All we have to do is put the ingredients in and watch the bread being "created". The bread comes out SO GOOD! I would most definitely recommend this product!

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shopperAB
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:25 - 34
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Female
Usage:Every few days
Good help in kitchen!
5/23/2014

Customer review by Anastasia7

5.0 stars 5/23/2014 by Anastasia7
by Anastasia7

This breadmaker is very useful and helps me a lot in the kitchen. I failed the first time I used it, because I didn't fix the pan in the machine and it turned out to be a disaster. After I discovered the mistake, everything became very easy. I use it almost every day and the bread is soft and fluffy. It is also very useful to make dough for dumpling skin. Love it!!

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Anastasia7
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Fantastic!
8/8/2011

Customer review by roscoesweeney

5.0 stars 8/8/2011 by roscoesweeney
by roscoesweeney

I have made eight loaves so far of Whole Wheat bread with this breadmaker and every loaf has been the same.....Fantastic! The best whole wheat bread I could find off the store shelf had so much preservatives (one famous brand has a chemical similar to fertilizer) that I decided to make my own. The ONLY ingredients are Whole wheat flour, water, a very small amount of brown sugar, yeast and small amount of salt. The bread holds up well for several days, I eat a loaf every four or five days (2 lb loaf). The taste is wonderful. The texture is quite dense and the bread is heavy, so you can use thin slices. Very easy to clean, super easy to use, just dump in ingredients and wait three hours and enjoy. The loaves are slightly "stubby" so your slices might not go into a toaster. I toast mine in a toaster oven. I calculated the cost of a loaf about $1.60. I found King Arthur flour to be the best whole wheat flour. available at Wal Mart. I love the machine and recommend it highly.

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roscoesweeney
Shelby NC
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:55 - 64
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Male
Usage:Every few days
Great Buy for gluten-allergics!
1/19/2011

Customer review by An anonymous customer

5.0 stars 1/19/2011 by An anonymous customer
by An anonymous customer

As a huge bread fanatic, I had been going through bread-product withdrawals after discovering my many food allergies including gluten, milk, and eggs. We have yet to find an edible store-bought gluten free bread, so this product was a life saver! It makes GREAT gluten free bread that even my wife admits is just as good as the regular stuff! (and her "bar" for good food hasn't been lowered like mine has due to a multitude of food allergies). My wife just throws in the flour mix, egg replacer, yeast, etc, turns it on, and a couple of hours later we have a mouth-watering loaf of bread! It does everything for you--you don't even need to mix the ingredients, and the only dirty dish you end up with is the pan which comes out quite clean actually when you take the bread out! We haven't yet tried making anything in it other than "plain" bread, but for that alone we both agree that this is the most worthwhile thing we've bought in years, and for a lot less money than most of the other bread-makers we've seen!

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An anonymous customer
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Love this machine!
3/8/2010

Customer review by tusistas

5.0 stars 3/8/2010 by tusistas
by tusistas

This machine was a gift for myself for Christmas and I've been making bread every other day since! Great machine. I use the user guide and other sources and this machine works 'em up just fine. Only issue I have had is when I made a dense loaf, the machine literally walked off the counter! I ran back into the kitchen, picked it up, plugged it back in and it finished the cycle and baked the bread into as beautiful a loaf as all the other recipes. Have tried all different sizes from 1, 1-1/2 to 2 lb loaves with no issues. This is a workhorse of a breakmaker. It's not my first machine. My first machine was a DAK back in the early 80's (very heavy machine) and I've had other makes since then. This is the best so far. Right size, right weight, pan easy to put in and take out of the machine and it doesn't pop out or dislodge like some others, display is easy to read. Suggestions for newer models: I like to remove the paddle before it bakes and would like a few beeps that it's ready for the final raising cycle. The user manual could use a little revamping in the recipe department. Other than that -- it's great a great product. Oh, used Walmart site to store -- awesome service. Hope it never goes away!

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tusistas
Southern California
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:55 - 64
Ownership:3 - 4 months
Gender:Female
Usage:Every few days
A good basic bread maker
11/27/2011

Customer review by Nunyabidness

5.0 stars 11/27/2011 by Nunyabidness
by Nunyabidness

I have used mine every week for over a year to make a loaf of honey whole wheat malt bread for sandwiches and this machine has performed reliably every time. Here's the recipe that I use for some really good bread for sandwiches or toast. 375 gm King Arthur White Whole Wheat Flour 125 gm King Arthur Whole Wheat Flour 300 gm distilled water 7 tbsp honey 3 tbsp unsalted butter 2½ tsp salt 2½ tsp Fleischman's Active Dry Yeast 2 tbsp Vital Wheat Gluten 1 tbsp Diastatic Malt powder 1 tbsp Non-Diastatic Malt powder Make a sponge out of 1 cup of the flour and 3/4 cup of the water, all the yeast and half the honey in a bowl and cover with plastic wrap, and set it aside for an hour or so. Dump the rest of the ingredients in the bread maker (liquids on the bottom). When the sponge has doubled in size dump it on top of the rest of the ingredients and start the bread maker on cycle 3 with dark crust selected, 2lb size. This makes a moist, sweet, flavorful, delicious loaf that could have been store bought. Slice in thin slices because the protein content is high.

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Nunyabidness
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:55 - 64
Ownership:Longer than one year
Gender:Male
Usage:Once per week
Love it!
4/8/2011

Customer review by Mommyof2inWA

5.0 stars 4/8/2011 by Mommyof2inWA
by Mommyof2inWA

I got this as a gift for Christmas and have not bought a loaf of bread or jam since! I make a couple of loaves a week and have made jam twice in it. My 4 year old tells me I am the best bread maker in the world! I have manipulated some of the recipes that come with the machine to reduce the fat and eliminate the sugar and they have turned out great! Some helpful hints- The blade is fairly small so I find it doesnt always mix up the dough enough during the kneading cycle, so if you check after a few minutes, stick a spatula in and scrap the flour of the edges it will then mix (a little annoying but not a huge deal) For making jam put some foil over the pan and put a few small slits in it. The jam splashes quite a bit and will get all over the inside of you machine if you don't.

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Mommyof2inWA
Washington
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:25 - 34
Ownership:5 - 6 months
Gender:Female
Usage:Every few days
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by nutritionnerd 2/27/2011
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  • A. Yes this breadmaker can make very good whole wheat bread but you have to understand that whole wheat doesn't develop gluten like bread flour does, which helps it keep its shape during the bake cycle. I recommend for starters that you use King Arthur WHITE Whole Wheat flour and add vital wheat gluten to help the loaf keep its shape. Diastatic malt also helps the rise and finished texture. I always pull the loaf out after the last reshaping to remove the paddle before the last rise and stop the cycle so I can more or less double the final rise time, then I start the BM again on the bake cycle, My honey whole malted wheat bread is the best whole wheat bread I've ever eaten, and other folks agree.
    by Nunyabidness9/14/2015
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  • A. I have made about thirty loaves of whole wheat with the recipe in the instruction book. VERY tasty and healthy 2 LB loaves and super easy to make. Only ingredients are yeast, salt, water, whole wheat flour. I recommend KING ARTHUR whole wheat flour. Very healthy and no chemical ingredients. Store bought whole wheat bread is full of stuff I dont want in my body, even the all natural. I promise you will love it.
    by roscoesweeney9/14/2015
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  • A. I haven't tried the whole wheat recipe that comes in the book but I have made my own vegan version of whole wheat bread and it came out fine...just make sure you use the right kind of yeast because that makes a difference
    by JacqueFull9/14/2015
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  • A. Yes. The first loaf I made in this machine is called "Summer Wheat Bread" found on page 30 of the manual. The taste and texture of the bread was very good, we enjoyed it.
    by sewsabina9/14/2015
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  • A. I'm sure it is. You just need Whole Wheat Flour. The White bread is delicious!
    by BusyMommy1410/5/2015
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  • A. Very good at making all types of whole-wheat bread. Comes with a good recipe book full of breads i've never heard of. Awesome buy!!
    by hill1233/28/2015
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  • A. Yes
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Is this very loud? Also, does it vibrate and move all over the counter? Thanks!
by an anonymous customer 1/8/2011
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  • A. Of course it vibrates a little when kneading thats just to be expected it won't move all over a sturdy counter if you have it level and not setting on the cord. It makes a little noise but I would not call it noisy.
    by shiral10/22/2015
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  • A. Ours has not moved around at all. Not even a little bit. You can hear it when it's kneading the dough, but it's not loud enough to be annoying.
    by Donma8/17/2015
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  • A. It's not incredibly loud. My office is located directly above the kitchen and I cannot hear it. When I'm downstairs in the living room, I can hear it, but if I cut on the TV, I can't. I'd say it is as loud as a dishwasher. As far as moving on the counter, Only a small bit in my experience. Make sure you get the bread pan lined up in the slot exactly, otherwise it will be unbalanced and prone to shifting.
    by mrw8749/14/2015
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  • A. Not too loud and very stable
    by northof71/26/2015
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  • A. You can hear it, but not loud at all. no movement at all on the counter that we've seen
    by An anonymous customer8/17/2015
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  • A. No, not at all. It sets still and you can hear when it kneads, but only if you're around it.
    by shopperAB8/17/2015
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  • A. No it is quiet and does not move at all. I have had my for years and occassionally I will have to clean the groove where the actually rotisserie skewer sits. It will squeal when dirty from grease accumulation. If it starts while I am actually cooking I add a squirt of non-stick spray or a drop of veg. oil and it stops asap.
    by 664JoJo9/14/2015
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This was his first attempt at baking bread. Could he have misread the instructions? I thought the bread was ready in about an hour...or is that with express baking only?
by an anonymous customer 1/8/2010
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  • A. A lot can depend on your yeast. Always add the yeast last and the correct yeast makes a difference too. If the recipe calls for regular yeast or rapid raise yeast make sure to follow the measurements exactly and in the exact order. All wet ingredients first all dry ingredients next and last make well for the yeast and do not let it contact the wet ingredients before starting the machine. You can always add a teaspoon or two of dough enhancer to the flour also makes a big difference. Set the crust setting to light. double check the dates on your yeast make sure your yeast is still alive.
    by shiral10/19/2015
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  • A. I *used* to have this bread maker and it was fantastic! The bread should definitely rise. He could have been using the wrong kind of yeast, not enough yeast, or none at all. Also, if he is used to "eyeballing" measurements, that can cause problems. The measurements need to be precise. If it happens again and you are sure the ingredients were correct, return it to get a replacement because there could be something wrong.
    by Borats1mom10/5/2015
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  • A. I have also found the recipes in the book need adjustments, (the first redcipe I tried rose too much!) ~however they come out great when adjusted! Yes the processing is about 3 hours - I've never used express bake but the manual indicates express bake was significatnly less time. I always thought express bake was rushing it, but that's me. I don't know how it rises and bakes in such a short amount of time under the 3 hours.
    by SnpShot4273/14/2012
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  • A. express bake takes 1 hour. Rises great for us with "regular Bake" cycle (which takes 3 hrs), and this is with gluten free bread (which typically rises a lot *less* than regular bread in my experience)!
    by An anonymous customer10/5/2015
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  • A. u have to put wet ingredients in first then the dry and the yeast very last.
    by ILoveBeingAMommyOf23/14/2011
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  • A. You have to use exactly the amount of yeast called for in the recipe. The water you use should be warm. The warmer the water, the more the bread will rise.
    by farbs0110/5/2015
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