Cuisinart Canada
Convection Bread Maker
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.

Product Features:
  • 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


Convection Bread Maker is rated 2.6154 out of 5 by 13.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Irritating issues I bake a loaf of bread per week. The loaf pan lasts 12 months before the seals in the paddle spindle fail and liquid leaks out of pan. Postage costs to ship unit back to Toronto for warranty work was higher than the cost to purchase a replacement pan at locale Cuisinart parts supplier, so useless to file a warranty claim. Loaf pan also jumps out of clips meant to hold it in place during the kneading cycle. My solution: place a brick in a plastic container on top of the loaf pan, remove breadmaker lid, remove dough from breadmaker and bake in oven. I did recommend this unit: the purchaser had exactly the same issues, so stupid design flaws.
Date published: 2014-09-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works very well and makes wonderful bread! I bought the Cuisinart CBK-200C breadmaker at the beginining of 2014 to replace a first generation Black & Decker machine and in five months I have made 38 loaves. I was impressed enough after the first few loaves that I bought a second one for a brother who can't eat gluten bread (the machine has a gluten-free setting). He uses it regularily, too. Generally I use the timer to make bread overnight. I especially like having the pause feature that my old machine did not have. I bought this breadmaker on the recommendation of a friend who has one. My only reservation is that the machine is a bit loud when mixing. The breadmaker has been problem-free.
Date published: 2014-06-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Pan will not remain in place during kneading Do NOT buy this! I am very unhappy with this product. I have many Cuisinart machines and have found them reliable and of good quality. While I have no issue with the quality of the machine per se, it is useless. I have to remain within arms reach in order to stop the machine, re-seat the pan and push start. Over and over and over. With hovering I can get it to produce a loaf of bread. It would be less work to do it all by hand. Basically a huge paper weight! Don't buy this. I now am leary of purchasing other Cuisinart appliances.
Date published: 2014-06-02
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Another fix to keep bread pan in place I previously stated I had used a 'fix' for keeping the bread pan in place by putting a loaf pan on top of bread pan, closing the lid, and then putting a 3lb ankle weight on top of the lid and this enabled the breadmaker to go through all the stages and make a good loaf of bread. eventually this 'fix' would not keep the bread pan in place, the hinges on the lid broke. Now, I put the loaf pan on top of the bread pan, put the lid without hinges on top of this, then I placed my wooden physiotherapy Wobble Board on top of the lid and just for 'good luck' placed my ankle weight on top of that---probably this last step not needed. Indeed, the bread pan stayed in place during all the kneading. I remove the wobbleboard and loaf pan after the kneading has stopped and just place the hingeless lid on top. The breadmaker pan keeps in place even through the very short kneading process further into the cycle and the bread bakes up superb. Hope this might help some others to keep their machine working if they have one of these 'jumping' bread pans. I have also been told that possibly a bungee cord around the machine might work too. I do not leave the house while this breadmaker is operating in this fashion.
Date published: 2014-08-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 100% happy I love the bread maker! I have worn out two already. It's the greatest. I've used it every day, and ended up with two that I used for my Bed & Breakfast. Every one loved the bread I baked. I have read several reviews on here and the only thing that I can think of why so many people are having trouble is that I know the measurements have to exact. I have made many loaves of bread that ended up too big, by the time they were cooked they were pushing the lid up. But no big deal for me. Also if I cut back just a fraction, I would end up with a smaller loaf, but still very good.If there isn't quit enough water(liquid) it WILL made the dough very stiff and start bumping around on the counter. Once I figured that stuff out, I would be lost with out it.
Date published: 2014-08-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Argh! Popping up pan when kneading! Sorry for the others on here, but I am glad I am not alone with this issue! The 'mad scramble' is helping me to look for another brand. The machine I have now is a replacement for one that stopped baking properly, but now is out of warranty - so I am stuck with this 'jumping bean' until I can afford another one(from another company, if possible). The bread is fine, though.
Date published: 2014-08-20
Rated 2 out of 5 by from My new Cuisinart CONVECTION bread maker does not mix all the dough some is left on side of pan. I have to watch it and push dough down into pan as it is mixing. I left it once and as it didn't all mix ,bread had unmixed dough on sides so had to garbage it.
Date published: 2014-05-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great bread but recurrant issues with machine We absolutely love the bread that comes from this machine, along with the doughs we mix for pizzas and buns, etc. Like others have posted here, I have had the bread pan jump out of position during the initial kneading of the dough. MEGA annoying but I created a fix. I drilled a small hole in the clip and use a broad headed screw whose thread fits through the hole to keep it down. Works great but clearly I should not have to do this. I put the pan in and then place the screw on the pan. Clearly, you have to remove the screw to take the pan out again. A clamp mechanism would be a great thing to add because some of the recipes require mixing of thick doughs that cause the pan to pop out. The other annoying occurrence for us is that the pans only last about 18 months before they start to leak making overnight making of bread impossible. Cuisinart was great about replacing the first pan on warranty but now I am faced with buying one. I see this as a design flaw that should be fixed but I am not sure how they would do that. Because of the quality of the finished product, I would recommend the machine with the added instructions above.
Date published: 2014-09-08
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how do I remove bread pan

Asked by: Mary
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! -Cuisinart
Answered by: CuisinartCanada
Date published: 2014-12-28

I have a CBK-200C bread maker.  The pan keeps popping out during mixing cycle.  What can be done?

Asked by: Robw
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. -Cuisinart
Answered by: CuisinartCanada
Date published: 2014-11-21

ingredients placed in correct order as per menu, button pressed for "dough"  and  after correct elapsed time ingredients only half mixed   WHY???

Asked by: Granny
Hi There, 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. -Cuisinart
Answered by: CuisinartCanada
Date published: 2014-11-21

just got one, how do you remove the breadpan?

Asked by: ralphie
Hi Ralphie, 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! -Cuisinart
Answered by: CuisinartCanada
Date published: 2014-11-21

how do I add time to the machine if my bread (GF) is not done? I have a machine that has (and I use) the GF setting

Asked by: cath1

How do i remove the bread pan? I followed the instruction but it doesnt come out when you pulll it up automatically.

Asked by: Stephanie

Machine was set for 1.5 lb, medium crust white bread.  machine turns off and resets at 50 minute mark.  Why does it not go into bake?

Asked by: crazyvelvet

After only 6 loaves of 1 1/2 pound white bread the paddle lifts off it's spindle and embeds itself in the dough. So if i'm not standing over it to fix it the spindle just turns without kneading the bread and leaves a black grease stain in the bread.

Asked by: Easybaker
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