Zojirushi BBCCX20 Home Bakery




Wide-range of baked and non-baked foods,

and enjoyable baking experience,

now available with Zojirushi BBCCX20 Home Bakery.


Zojirushi BBCCX20 is a superb baking machine, suitable to produce various bread as well as cinnamon rolls, cakes, fruit jam, and meatloaf.


On top of the supreme baking capability, BBCCX20 also features a range of automatic controls over many cooking options, a timer for over-night and express baking, and memory settings to store favorite recipes.


Zojirushi BBCCX20 also comes with a host of structural conviniences such as twin kneading paddles, a broad viewing window, an angled control panel, and a nonstick baking pan. Instructional manual and video are included, as well as a 1-year warranty.


Zojirushi BBCCX20 Bread Machine is truly a wonderful home bakery, a must in every kitchen.




So ORDER TODAY, and start enjoying good baked foods and great baking experience!




The Zojirushi BBCCX20 Home Bakery is a state-of-the-art bread maker that combines a range of automatic controls with easily tailored options. Its 10 cycles are designed for making everything from wheat bread to cinnamon rolls and can also be put to work for non-bread items like cakes, fruit jam, and homemade meatloaf. Versatile controls let you use the dough-only function or make a loaf from start to finish, and handy programming options include a sourdough starter, a 2-hour quick-baking cycle, and three crust settings. The timer allows you to set all controls up to 13 hours ahead, and three memory settings store your most-used recipes.


Bread made in Zojirushi’s Home Bakery Supreme appeals to all your senses. The horizontal shape makes it look like an oven-baked loaf, and the crust control function allows you to select light, medium, or dark crust. The two kneading blades knead the ingredients more thoroughly to make it taste better, and waking up to the smell of freshly baked bread has never been easier with the timer function. You can also prepare the dough in the Home Bakery Supreme and shape it yourself to bake in the oven.


All the bread cycles on the Home Bakery Supreme automatically preheat the ingredients to bring them to room temperature. However, if you find it unnecessary, you have the "Preheat Off" option to save time and immediately begin the kneading process.


The Home Bakery Supreme features two kneading blades instead of one to make sure all ingredients are thoroughly kneaded. Additionally, the two blades knead yeast dough better than any other method. Not only does thorough kneading make the bread taste better, but it also prevents unsightly flour on the side of the bread.


The loaf of bread you bake at home should look like a regular loaf of bread. Unlike other bread makers that produce vertical loaves, Zojirushi’s Home Bakery Supreme bakes a large traditional-shaped 2-pound loaf, so the bread comes out the way it should, horizontally, and doesn’t have to be sliced on its side. The Home Bakery Supreme makes it easy to prepare and enjoy the delicious taste of freshly baked all-natural breads in the convenience of your own home. Never again will you need to wonder if that store-bought loaf contains preservatives or additives.




BBCCX20 meatloafAwesome Bread, Just Like a Bakery!! (by Julie Kennedy)


"With kids that love bread and the horrible things now in the stuff sold in the supermarkets, we decided to start making our own. We purchased the Zojirushi after reading the reviews and doing other research online and we couldn't be happier with the performance of this machine!!! After using it for a few months now and experimenting with making a LOT of different types of bread, I have two major suggestions for anyone buying or considering this machine: don't be discouraged if your first few loaves don't turn out right, it's a machine and you will need to get used to how it works. We had several failed loaves, but quickly found that if the paddles weren't properly in place that would result in poorly mixed and kneaded bread. And you must put the liquid ingredients in first, followed by the dry. The second suggestion is buy Beth Hensperger's book, The Bread Lover's Bread Machine Cookbook as the recipes that come with the Zojirushi were awful. Even if you want to make just basic white or wheat, this book will help you perfect your bread.

Other advice I can offer is that after much experimentation, I found that SAF yeast produces a consistently better bread than Fleischmann's yeast. I don't bother with making a well for the yeast as the Zojirushi instructions indicate, I just sprinkle it across the top of the dry ingredients (and it's always the last ingredient). I really appreciate how easy it is to clean and operate; bread pops out without any prying."


LOVE LOVE LOVE IT!!!! (by angel1533)


"My husband bought me this bread machine for Christmas, and I have used it about 3-4 times a week, sometimes more, these past 3 months, and it seems very durable and works wonderfully!!! Also, this is the first bread machine I've ever used, and it is extremely user-friendly (although I definitely recommend reading the manual first, it's always a good idea). I read the owner's manual before using and have never encountered any problems! I have used the basic, basic wheat, basic dough, cake, sourdough, and home made settings, so I will review about those, although I am curious about the jam.... if I try it, I will add a comment on that as well.

This bread machine has the following settings, with descriptions as per the manual:

~ BASIC: This setting is ideal for baking a basic bread using active dry yeast (takes 3 hrs, 45 min)
* This is the one I use the most- it produces delicious, mouth-watering loaves that my family usually devours within a day! My family's favorite recipes so far are "Cheese 'n' Onion Bread", "Italian Herb Bread", and "Raisin Bread".

~ BASIC WHEAT: This setting is for whole grain bread using active dry yeast (takes 3 hrs, 40 min)
* This setting works great, but I have only used recipes from the manual, and the wheat recipes in there are much too dry for my taste (and I usually prefer whole-wheat bread!). The best wheat recipe in the manual, in my opinion, is the honey wheat; I add an extra TBSP of honey to make it more moist.

~ BASIC DOUGH: This setting is ideal for making bread-style dough using active dry yeast (takes 1 hr, 50 min)
* I have only used this setting for pizza dough, and the setting works great for that, but their recipe is very bland. I would like to note that the manual includes variations for this setting to make croissants, rolls, soft pretzels, cinnamon-raisin rolls, bread sticks, and more...

~ QUICK: This setting is used for quickly baking a basic bread using rapid rise yeast (takes 2 hrs, 18 min)

~ QUICK WHEAT: This setting quickly produces whole grain bread using rapid rise yeast (takes 2 hrs, 8 min)

~ QUICK DOUGH: This setting lets you quickly prepare bread-style dough using rapid rise yeast (takes 45 min)

~ JAM: Setting for making jam (takes 1 hr, 20 min)

~ CAKE: Setting for baking cake (takes 2 hrs)
* Bravo! With the obvious exception of the indentations on the bottom from the kneading blades, this makes terrific cakes! I have made their "Chocolate Cake" and "Dutch Apple Cake", and my own recipe Angel Food Cake, they were so good! I have also made cornbread (using my own recipe) that came out beautifully!

~ SOUR DOUGH STARTER: Setting for sourdough starter (takes 2 hrs, 10 min)
* The manual includes a recipe for "Light Sourdough Bread", which is sourdough without the wait (I haven't tried yet), and "Traditional Sourdough Bread", that needs to sit for 7-10 days (which I tried, and once again, it worked but I just don't care for their recipe). They give detailed instructions and tips, which is great for someone unfamiliar with making sourdough (like I was).

~ HOME MADE: Allows you to program 3 bread making processes to your specifications
*WON-DER-FUL!!! This setting has a "24-hour Rise Function" on it, which is perfect for traditional sourdough starters, which have to maintain a constant warm temperature for 7-10 days. The manual includes variations for making french bread (full-size or 1.5 lb. loaf), and meatloaf. I haven't tried either one yet.

This bread machine also has the following features:

~ CRUST CONTROL: Light, Medium, and Dark. I have only used the Light setting, as I prefer my breads very soft; it works perfectly every time, I haven't had a problem with bread not being done properly, or being too dark.

~ TIMER: I haven't used this, but it will set for up to 13 hours.

~ ADD INDICATOR: A beep that lets you know when you can add ingredients, or lift the lid to clean any ingredients stuck on the sides. This beep is not as annoying as some people have reviewed, I find it quite helpful. It has a "moderate loudness", for lack of better words, that is loud enough to hear if you are going about your day with your children, but quiet enough that I have slept through it when starting a loaf in the morning and going back to bed. And it lasts about 1 minute. However, I have found that with the breads, when they indicate to add when the beep sounds, it is better to add in the beginning, as they tend not to get mixed-in properly otherwise. (And who wants raisin bread with raisins mostly in the crust and not the bread??)

~ KEEP WARM FUNCTION: When the bread is done, a beep will sound for about 1 minute to alert you. The "Keep Warm" function will automatically kick on until you reset it and open the lid, or for 1 hour. This setting is very helpful, however the sooner the bread is pulled out, the softer the crust will be, not to mention the easier it will be to get the bread out of the pan."