If you’re thinking about buying a bread maker, you might be wondering how much a bread maker will cost to run.
Bread makers use electricity to operate, so the cost to run one will depend on the price of electricity in your area. Generally speaking, bread makers use between 500 and 1000 watts of power, so you can expect your bread maker to add between $0.07 and $0.14 per hour to your electric bill.
The average price of electricity in the United States is $0.14 per kWh in 2022.
Bread makers typically take between 1 and 4 hours to make a loaf of bread. The actual time will depend on the specific bread maker and the recipe being used. Some bread makers have a delay timer so that you can start the bread making process in the evening and have it ready to bake first thing in the morning. But don’t worry - Bread from a bread maker will last a few days.
Therefore, you can expect the electricity costs for baking a loaf of bread with a bread maker around $0.07 - $0.56.
Author: Scott Sanders
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