Model # CBK-200C
The Cuisinart® Bread Maker is designed for your good health, with exclusive Low Carb and Gluten-Free options available at the touch of a button! Keep it healthy, by choosing unprocessed ingredients and fiber-rich extras that you and your family enjoy. This is a versatile and easy-to-operate bread maker that you’ll want to use every day.
- Smooth brushed stainless steel housing with embossed Cuisinart logo and molded side handles
- Easy to read LCD control panel with chrome buttons
- Makes 1lb, 1,5lb and 2lbs loaves
- Crust control option to select light, medium and dark crust
- Convection feature to ensure quick, even cooking
- Special recipe programs for: White, Rapid White, Wheat, Rapid Wheat, French/Italian, Rapid French/Italian, Quick Bread/Cake, Low Carb, Gluten Free, Dough/Pizza Dough, Artesian Dough, Sweet Breads, Rapid Sweet Breads, Jam, Last Minute Loaf, and Extra Bake
- Removable non-stick bowl for easy clean-up
- Removable lid with glass window to watch the baking cycle
- Dimension 16.50" X 10.25" X 12.00"
- Limited 3-Year Warranty
I need a seal and e-clip for my CBK200C. The Cuisinart Canada website has no such parts listed. Many vendors on ebay have these parts, but they're more than $20 (Can.), plus $15 shipping. Ridiculous. Is there nothing reasonably priced available?
Thank you for reaching out to us. Please call our toll free number 1-800-472-7606 to order replacement accessories.
Date published: 2016-02-17
I have had my bread maker for 3 years and do like it. 1. The loaf always has a big hole due to the kneading paddle. Any way to stop that? 2. At what stage can I take the white bread loaf out to make a french stick.
Thank you for reaching out to us. Yes, you can remove the paddle before bake cycle. It is on your booklet on page 6 #11.
Remove paddle signal: For your convenience, there will be an
audible signal before the last rise cycle, indicating the point at
which the mixing/kneading is complete, and the paddle can be
removed (to avoid a small hole in the bottom of your baked loaf).
Signal consists of a series of three sets of 6 quick beeps each.
Date published: 2016-02-16
I MADE A MISTAKE AND TOOK OUT THE DOUGH PART WAY THROUGH A CYCLE, WANTING TO END THE CYCLE. WHEN I PLUG THE MACHINE BACK IN IT REMAINS IN THE CYCLE I STOPPED IN...HOW DO I CANCEL THE CYCLE PRIOR TO ITS NATURAL COMPLETION.
Thank you for reaching out to us. Please press down stop/pause button for fourth seconds or more. The unit will default to factory settings. You can the go back to your menu to make selections.
Date published: 2016-01-12
how do I remove bread pan
Hello there Mary,
To remove the bread pan - be sure to open the lid and remove the bread pan by the handle, and then pull it up.
We hope you find this information helpful!
Date published: 2014-06-19
I have a CBK-200C bread maker. The pan keeps popping out during mixing cycle. What can be done?
Hi there Robw,
Thanks for reaching out to us. We'd like to learn a little more about the issues you have expressed to us here. At your earliest convenience, would you please contact our Customer Service Department at 1-800-472-7606? They will be able to help take a look into this for you, and also explain the warranty procedure in the event that your unit needs to be looked at and falls within the warranty period.
We hope this information is helpful.
Date published: 2014-06-19
ingredients placed in correct order as per menu, button pressed for "dough" and after correct elapsed time ingredients only half mixed WHY???
We're sorry to hear that you've run into some challenges with our bread maker. We would like to learn more about your experience and see if we can offer our assistance over the telephone. When you have a moment, would you mind calling us at 1-800-472-7606? From there our team of Customer Service representatives would be happy to assist you, and if need be explain the warranty and service procedures for your unit.
We hope you find this helpful! We look forward to talking to you soon.
Date published: 2015-09-26
just got one, how do you remove the breadpan?
We reached out to our product managers on this one, and they suggested that you Open the lid and remove the bread pan by the handle and then pull it up.
We hope this information is helpful!
Date published: 2014-08-13
OK, so I called -- $42 for a new bread pan; none of the parts I want are available. This is outrageous -- all because C-art failed to supply a stainless steel e-clip in the first place. So we're held to ransom when it fails. Bad design, bad follow-up!