Best Bread Maker with Fruit and Nut Dispenser

The 8 Best Bread Maker with Fruit and Nut Dispenser

With such a huge variety of bread machines on the market, it’s not an easy task to find the right one for you. There are plenty of factors you are going to want to think about before buying a bread maker, the most important of which include the price, loaf size, and features of each machine.

One feature that I love about my machine is the automatic fruit and nut dispenser. This is a really handy feature if you, like me, love adding fruits and seeds to your loaves but are tired of having to stop your machine mid-knead to add them in. If you enjoy adding some nutty goodness to your homemade bread, there are many great bread makers with fruit and nut dispensers that will so much easier to add your favorite ingredients.

To help you on your hunt for the perfect bread machine, allow me to share eight of what I think are best bread makers with fruit and nut dispensers currently available.

Want to cut to the chase? Here are my favorite bread makers with fruit and nut dispensers!

Want to find out more about my shortlisted machines? Read on!

The Best Bread Maker with Fruit and Nut Dispenser

Breville BBM800XL

The Breville BBM800XL is my personal favorite bread machine, it’s perfect for every aspiring bread maker. It has an impressive 13 different settings and 3 crust colors so you can create any type of loaf you like. This machine can make anything, from a basic white loaf, to even cake and jam.

Like every machine on my shortlist, the Breville has an automatic fruit and nut dispenser, so you can add just the right amount of your favorite ingredients. Plus, it comes with an impressive 12-month warranty, so you know you’re getting a quality product.

One of the things I love most about the Breville is the unique collapsible paddle design ensures that your loaf has a smooth finish with no large holes at the bottom. No more big holes in the bottom of those beautiful loves! The only downside to this machine is that it’s a little bit bulky and takes up a fair bit of counter space.

Nevertheless, I really like this bread maker, it’s packed with so many great features. If you want to learn more, I have written a more in-depth Breville BBM800XL review if you want to take a look!

KBS Bread Maker

The KBS bread maker is a great choice for anyone looking for a quality bread machine on a budget. It has 17 different settings, so you can make any type of bread you can imagine. If you are feeling adventurous, there are also settings that allow you to make cake, jam, and even yogurt!

This bread maker also has a detachable fruit and nut dispenser, which is also automatic, so you can add your favorite ingredients without having to stop the machine mid-knead. Making the dispenser detachable is great as you can remove it from the machine, add your ingredients and clip it back in. It is also much easier to clean!

When it comes to specs, the KBS has the capacity to make up to a 2-pound loaf with 3 crust colors and also has a 15 hour delayed timer, 1-hour keep-warm function, and a 10-minute power off failure. 

Another great feature of this machine is the bread pan. It has a ceramic pan, instead of the usual Teflon-coated alternatives, so you know your bread will come out chemical-free!

The Breadman Bread Maker

The Breadman bread maker is a great machine for anyone looking to make artisan-style bread at home. It comes with 14 different settings, so you can create almost any type of loaf you like. The settings include basic white, French, and whole wheat loaves, as well as just dough and jam recipes.

The fruit and nut dispenser is located on the top of the machine. Add your ingredients before you start your machine and it will release them automatically while it is kneading.

With the Breadman, you can choose between a 1 pound, 1.5 and 2 pound loaf with 3 various crust colors. The one-hour keep-warm function means if you accidentally forget your loaf in the machine it will keep it warm for you and the 15 hour delayed timer lets you plan ahead.

Hamilton Beach Bread Maker

The Hamilton Beach bread maker is a great machine for anyone just starting out in the bread-making world. It has 19 different settings, so you can make a variety of loaves with ease, as well as cake, jam, and yogurt. The fruit and nut dispenser is located on the top of the machine and is easily accessible. Add your favorite nuts, seeds, or even herbs before you start and your machine will release them automatically without you needing to do a thing.

This bread maker also has a 13-hour delayed timer, so you can wake up to the smell of fresh bread in the morning, and a 60-minute keep-warm function in case you forget your loaf inside.

The Hamilton Beach bread maker is also one of the more affordable machines on the market. It doesn’t have as many bells and whistles as some of the other machines, but it gets the job done well.

Zojirushi BB-SSC10WZ

The Zojirushi BB-SSC is a great machine for anyone looking for a high-quality, durable bread maker. It has a fruit and nut dispenser that is located under the lid of the machine and it can be removed and cleaned very easily, like the KBS bread machine.

The machine comes with 15 different settings, so you can make any type of bread you like, including cake, jam. The Zojirushi BB-SSC also has a 13-hour delayed timer and conveniently bakes bread in just under 1 hour and 20 minutes, which is considerably less time than most machines out there. This is also a surprisingly small and compact bread maker so it is pretty easy to store!

The only downside to the Zojirushi is the price tag. For a small machine, it comes with a hefty price, so if you are looking for a more budget-friendly machine then this is probably not the one for you.

Panasonic SD-YR2500 Bread Maker

The Panasonic SD-YR2500 is a great machine for anyone looking for an affordable bread maker. Like the other machines I have mentioned, the Panasonic comes with a bucket-load of bread settings, 13 to be exact, so you can make a huge variety of loaves with ease.

What makes this machine stand is the fact it doesn’t just have one automatic dispenser but two! One is for fruits and nuts and the other is for dispensing yeast. Both dispensers are located under the first hood of the machine.

With the Panasonic, you don’t need to add the yeast along with the rest of the ingredients in the pan. Add it to the yeast dispenser and the machine will automatically drop it in with the rest of the ingredients. Pretty cool, right?

The fruit and nut dispenser works like any other dispenser and it will dispense during the kneading process.

Yedi Total Package 19-in-1 Bread Maker

The Yedi Total Package bread maker is another great, budget-friendly machine with a fruit and nut dispenser. It’s not just me that likes this machine either, Oprah included this in her list of favorite things in 2021!

It comes with an impressive 19 different settings with a stainless steel exterior. As an extra bonus, it also comes with a few additional accessories: a measuring cup and spoon, two kneading paddles, a kneading paddle hook, and two cooking mitts.

The fruit and nut dispenser is located under the lid and is easily accessible. The machine also has a 15-hour delayed timer, 1-hour keep-warm function, and a 15 minute power failure.

Rosewill Bread Maker

The Rosewill bread maker is a great machine for anyone looking for an affordable, entry-level bread maker. It comes with 12 different settings, so you can make a variety of loaves with ease.

The fruit and nut dispenser is at the top of the machine and will release all your favorite ingredients automatically. The dispenser is also detachable so you can easily clean it. The machine also has a 60-minute keep-warm function, so you don’t have to worry about your bread going cold.

What are you baking?

Having a bread maker with a fruit and nut dispenser is invaluable if you are someone who likes to add those ingredients into your bread. It makes the process a lot easier and eliminates the need for you to manually add them in.

You do need to watch what type of ingredients you put in a dispenser. Avoid adding chocolate as it will most likely melt in the dispenser. This can also happen to cheese so if you want to add cheese or chocolate chips to your loaf, add them directly into the bread pan.

When it comes to adding nuts, make sure they are chopped up so they don’t damage the nonstick coating. And don’t forget that you can also add herbs and spices to your loaf with the dispenser!

Not all bread makers have an automatic fruit and nut dispenser, so the 8 above are some of the best ones you will find on the market.

Happy baking!