Morphy Richards Fastbake 48268 Breadmaker

Wrapped in a stainless steel body, the Fastbake 48268 breadmaker from Morphy Richards can produce up to 900g loaves with the minimum of effort. The Fastbake breadmaker features a fast bake setting, so you can have your bread and eat it, in just 70 minutes.

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Fastbake 48268 Breadmaker Review

The Fastbake 48268 breadmaker from Morphy Richards is a sleek looking unit. Finished in stainless steel, this breadmaker wouldn't look out of place in any modern kitchen.

Feeling Hungry?

It has a compact design, with a large viewing window built into the lid allowing you to monitor the baking progress. In addition, the Fastbake 48268 breadmaker gives you the option of kneading and baking a 450g, 680g or large 900g loaf depending on how hungry you're feeling.

There's a fastbake setting featured on every Fastbake bradmaker. This allows you to bake a loaf in just 70 minutes. Furthermore, there's a choice of 12 preset programs which includes cakes and jams.

Programable Timer

The Fastbake 48268 has a 13 hour programmable timer giving you the option of baking overnight, for fresh bread in the morning. The crust setting lets you choose exactly how you want your crusts to turn out. Either light, medium or dark.

If you're baking seeded or fruit bread, you need to know when to add the ingredients. Well, the Fastbake breadmaker lets off a loud BEEP noise when it's time to add the extra ingredients which makes it extremely simple to use.

Every Fastbake breadmaker comes with an instruction booklet which includes a selection of bread making recipes for you to try.

Fastbake 48268 Breadmaker User Reviews

21st November 2008

Absolute rubbish. I learned my trade as a confectioner so I know a little about the subject. Have had this model approx 8 months and not had a decent loaf yet. Contacted M.R and was told the recipes in the book are for the American market.

They like their bread sweet apparently. I am not in America, I am in Wales. No matter how I try to stick rigidly to the system the bread is either overbaked giving a very thick and brown outer skin, even though I reduced the sugar considerably which, for the most part is responsible for the colour as well as feeding the yeast. So the timer for various loaves is a total waste of time. I have to check continuously that the loaf is not getting overcooked. Sometimes I have switched off 1/2 hour before the automatic timer cuts in and still get indifferent loaves. I have reached the stage where I really don't want to waste any more time with this machine.

I have also read other reports of users who do not like the machine for one reason or another. A sticking point with some is that spares are not always available. I have not experienced that as yet, nor am I likely to as I will not use this machine again.

By Ray

28th April 2007

This has proved to be more useful and gives better results than I expected, no flops so far! Even experimental carrot doped bread using gratings and juice from a juicer worked ok (my fussy toddler ate it, haha fooled him!) it looks so smart we have re-arranged the worktop stuff to keep it on show where we originally planned to cupboard it.

If you keep the ingredients for it in a basket then its quick and easy to throw the stuff in and 3 hours later have a lovely loaf, as often as you want. The upright style of baking tin means the loaf is nice and evenly square along most its length making cutting and sandwiches easier. Its not noisy but it would be nice if you could have muted the loud beeps at halfway and the end. Very easy to wash up too.

It doesn't appear the sturdiest item I have seen, but treated with respect I don't see it not giving good service and the current price is very good. This is a good buy.

By Rob

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How Does The Fastbake 48268 Stack Up?

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Manufacturer

Model

Capacity (kg)

Dimensions (cm)

Power (watts)

Progs.

Price

AFK Germany

BM3

1.30

47 x 30 x 31

800

10

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AFK Germany

BM2N

0.90

47 x 30 x 31

600

12

£ N/A

Andrew James

Premium

0.90

36 x 29 x 36

600

12

£ N/A

Breville

AWT BR11

1.25

41 x 27 x 30

650

12

£ N/A

Kenwood

BM150

0.70

28 x 24 x 30

600

3

£ N/A

Kenwood

BM250

1.00

31 x 25 x 25

480

12

£ N/A

Kenwood

BM256

1.00

31 x 35 x 25

480

12

£ N/A

Kenwood

BM350

1.00

31 x 39 x 29

645

14

£ N/A

Kenwood

BM450

1.00

31 x 39 x 24

780

15

£ N/A

Kenwood

BM260

1.00

28 x 30 x 33

455

11

£ N/A

Kenwood

BM366

1.00

28 x 30 x 33

470

11

£ N/A

Lakeland

My Kitchen Compact

0.45

31 x 22 x 25

530

11

£ N/A

Morphy Richards

Accents 48271

0.90

28 x 24 x 30

600

12

£ N/A

Morphy Richards

Compact 48245

0.68

22 x 22 x 28

600

10

£ N/A

Morphy Richards

Fastbake 48268

0.90

31 x 39 x 29

600

12

£ N/A

Morphy Richards

Fastbake 48280

0.90

31 x 39 x 29

600

12

£ N/A

Morphy Richards

Daily Loaf 48330

0.45

22 x 24 x 28

600

5

£ N/A

Morphy Richards

Easy Use 48322

0.90

31 x 39 x 29

600

13

£ N/A

Moulinex

ABKEP1

0.75

22 x 24 x 28

600

11

£ N/A

Palson

Bake Pro

1.00

31 x 25 x 25

800

12

£ N/A

Panasonic

SD254

1.20

28 x 37 x 33

550

16

£ N/A

Panasonic

SD255

1.20

28 x 37 x 33

550

18

£ N/A

Panasonic

SD 2500WXC

0.80

28 x 37 x 33

550

9

£ N/A

Panasonic

SD ZB2502BXC

0.80

26 x 38 x 39

550

11

£ N/A

Panasonic

SD 2501WXC

0.80

28 x 37 x 33

550

11

£ N/A

Prima

ABM30

0.90

28 x 37 x 33

720

12

£ N/A

Prima

ABM31

1.36

30 x 37 x 33

920

12

£ N/A

Russell Hobbs

Breadman 12683

1.00

30 x 37 x 33

600

7

£ N/A

Russell Hobbs

18036

1.00

35 x 31 x 34

660

12

£ N/A

Russell Hobbs

Fast Bake 17887

1.35

30 x 45 x 28

1100

11

£ N/A

Fastbake 48268 Breadmaker Manual

The Fastbake 48268 breadmaker manual is available for download, please use the link below if you want to have a flick through it.

Download Morphy Richards Fastbake 48268 manual

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