Lidl’s bakery makes homemade bread, pizza and pasta dough, jam and yogurt, for only € 49.99
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Do you want to make homemade bread? We have good news for you: the Lidl bakery is back and you can now buy it in the online bazaar of the supermarket chain for only 49.99 euros.
One of the home appliances that has gained the most popularity in recent months is the bakery. The health crisis that has forced us to look for activities to do at home, and to make homemade bread is one of those that has been most successful during confinement.
If you have been wanting to make homemade bread, the Lidl bakery is on sale again and you can now buy it in the online bazaar of the German chain. Its price is 49.99 euros, which makes it one of the cheapest bakeries on the market (if not the most).
For this reason, this device is one of the SilverCrest appliances most desired by consumers, so it usually runs out very quickly. Therefore, if you do not want to be without it, take advantage and buy it before it is over.
The Lidl breadmaker has a power of 850 W and allows you to make homemade bread without the need for advanced knowledge. The appliance automates the entire process, from kneading to baking, so that you just have to add the ingredients and taste the delicious final product.
It has a total of 16 automatic programs to make different kinds of bread. You can choose the weight of the product (1,000, 1,250 or 1,500 g), add fruits, nuts and other ingredients at the right time, and choose between three levels of toasting. It has an express program to have your bread ready in 80 minutes and has a hot hold function for 60 minutes.
And not only does he make homemade bread: he is also capable of prepare pasta and pizza dough, jam, yogurt and other homemade products. in addition, it allows you to program up to 8 own recipes.
If you have not arrived on time and it is already sold out, do not worry because you have Other cheap bakeries on Amazon Spain:
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