Oster CKSTBR9050-NP bread maker review

This Oster CKSTBR9050-NP is a no-hassle automatic bread maker with an easy delay timer and Gluten Free setting.

Oster CKSTBR9050-NP bread maker  review
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Top Ten Reviews Verdict

This bread maker has a 2-pound loaf capacity, 13-hour programmable baking timer, and gluten free option. It comes at a mid price for a bread maker, but it's loved by bread makers and novices alike.


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    13 settings

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    3 crust color selection options

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    Express setting bakes bread in under an hour


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    Bulky design

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    Noisy kneading

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The Oster CKSTBR9050-NP Bread Maker is a versatile bread maker with a mid-range price. Its two-pound loaf capacity is convenient for large families and the express bake feature makes loaves in under an hour. It's not got the most attractive design out there, but it comes with some great features such as a Gluten Free setting. For a larger and more sophisticated unit, consider the Breville BBM800XL.

The Oster CKSTBR9050-NP Bread Maker has 13 settings to choose from and a 13 hour programmable baking timer. Users have reported that it makes great bread, and bread cooked on the ExpressBake setting is well risen and fully cooked. 

Oster CKSTBR9050-NP Bread Maker: What you need to know

The outer shell of this bread making machine is white with a gray menu on top. The programmable menu is intuitive. You can start making bread following the LCD display without spending too much time reading the instructions. Right below the display are simple up and down arrows that allow you to choose the amount of time you prefer to delay the cooking cycle. The outer lid has a large viewing window on top and flips up so you can add ingredients.

The bread machine has nine bread settings and three crust settings for breads, dough or jams. Some settings include whole wheat, gluten-free, French and sweet. The unit also has a warm setting if you want to keep the bread in the machine after cooking. One of the best features is the ExpressBake setting, which offers fully cooked bread in less than an hour. The shape of the bread will vary depending on the size you choose, but will usually come out large and square.

Oster CKSTBR9050-NP Bread Maker

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The Oster uses a single paddle design for kneading, which will leave a hole in the bread when you remove the loaf. This isn’t uncommon. Most bread makers will leave a hole, but it’s best to remove the paddle from the Oster bread maker immediately after cooking to avoid unnecessary tearing of the dough.

Adding ingredients is easy for you to do mid-cycle. The lid on the Oster is large and you can add additional fruit and nuts at any time in the cooking process or wipe down the edges for a more even loaf. A chime alerts you when the bread is done. It’s quiet, maybe too quiet, so if you won’t be near the kitchen, you may want to set your own timer on the side.

Should you buy the Oster CKSTBR9050-NP Bread Maker? 

The Oster is good if you're looking for an easy-to-use bread machine that doesn’t require a lot of instructions. You can quickly set up the bread maker and start cooking right away. The delay feature is straightforward, allowing you to have fresh bread any time you want.

Angie Parkinson

A contracted writer for TTR, Angie has been reviewing vacuum cleaners, countertop appliances and other home goods for more than eight years. Her spare time often goes to planning improvements for her quirky 103-year-old home or hiking in the gorgeous Utah mountains. In her past role, she was a newspaper journalist and she has a bachelor's degree in Technical Writing.