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Cosori BM201-CO Bread Maker User Manual

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Cosori BM201-CO Bread Maker User Manual

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Power SupplyAC 120V, 60Hz
Rated Power550W
Capacity2 lb / 0.9 kg
Time Range13 hrs Max


14.2 x 9.8 x 11.5 in /

36.1 x 24.8 x 29.3 cm

Package Contents

  • 1 x Bread Maker
  • 1 x Recipe Book
  • 1 x Quick Reference Guide
  • 1 x User Manual
  • 1 x Bread Pan
  • 1 x Kneading Blade
  • 1 x Measuring Spoon
  • 1 x Measuring Cup
  • 1 x Hook


Key Safety Points

  • Do not touch hot surfaces. Use handle.
  • Use caution when turning the basket over after cooking, as the hot crisper plate may fall out and create a safety hazard.
  • Do not block any ventilation openings. Hot steam is released through openings. Keep your hands and face clear of openings. To replace the brush roll cover, align the slot on the cover with the tab (Fig. 6) and snap the cover into place. Replace 6 screws (Fig. 7).

General Safety 

  • To protect against electric shock, do not immerse the air fryer housing, cord, or plug in water or liquid.
  • Closely supervise children near your air fryer.
  • Unplug when not in use, and before cleaning. Allow to cool before putting on or taking off parts.
  • Do not use your air fryer if it is damaged, not working, or if the cord or plug is damaged. Contact Customer Support (see page 19).
  • Do not use third-party replacement parts or accessories, as this may cause injuries.
  • Do not use outdoors.
  • Do not place the air fryer or any of its parts on a stove, near gas or electric burners, or in a heated oven.
  • Be extremely cautious when moving your air fryer (or removing the basket) if it contains hot oil or other hot liquids.
  • Always place the crisper plate on a heat-resistant surface after removing it from the basket.
  • Do not clean with metal scouring pads. Metal fragments can break off the pad and touch electrical parts, creating a risk of electric shock.
  • This air fryer is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory, or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning the use of the air fryer by a person responsible for their safety.
While Baking
  • Never use your bread maker without the bread pan in place.
  • Do not place oversized foods or metal utensils in your bread maker.
  • Do not place paper, cardboard, non-heat-resistant plastic, or similar materials into your bread maker.
  • Do not touch any moving or spinning parts. Keep hands and utensils away from moving blades or discs while kneading dough to reduce the risk of personal injury or damage to the bread maker. A scraper may be used only when the bread maker is not running.
  • Make sure the lid is securely in place before operating the bread maker.
  • Keep your bread maker away from flammable materials (curtains, tablecloths, etc). Use on a flat, stable, heat-resistant surface away from heat sources or liquids.

Plug & Cord

  • Your bread maker has a polarized plug (one prong is wider than the other), which fits into a polarized outlet only one way. If the plug does not fit, reverse the plug. If it still does not fit, do not use the plugin that outlet. Do not alter the plug in any way.
  • Do not let the power cord (or any extension cord) hang over the edge of a table or counter, or touch hot surfaces.
  • Your bread maker should only be used with 120V, 60Hz electrical systems. Do not plug into another type of outlet.
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Note: This bread maker uses a short power-supply cord to reduce the risk of entangling or tripping. Use extension cords with care. The marked electrical rating of the extension cord must be as great as the rating of the bread maker.

Electromagnetic Fields (EMF)
The Cosori Bread Maker complies with all standards regarding electromagnetic fields (EMF). If handled properly and according to the instructions in this user manual, the appliance is safe to use based on scientific evidence available today.


Your Cosori Bread Maker will help you bake with greater efficiency than ever before. Use 12 presets, customizable controls, and a built-in kneading function to perfect every loaf.

Bread Maker Diagram

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  • A. Viewing Window
  • B. Top Lid
  • C. Control Panel
  • D. Body
  • E. Bread Pan
  • F. Kneading Blade
  • G. Measuring Spoon
  • H. Hook
  • I. Measuring Cup


  1. Basic
  2. Knead
  3. Bake
  4. Quick
  5. Rolls
  6. Pizza Dough
  7. Artisan Dough
  8. French Bread
  9. Whole Wheat
  10. Fruit Bread
  11. Ferment
  12. Gluten-Free
Control Panel 

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Setting Up

  1. 1. Remove all packaging from the bread maker, including any temporary stickers.
  2. Place the bread maker on a stable, level, heat-resistant surface. Keep away from areas that can be damaged by steam
    (such as walls or cupboards).
    Note: Leave 5 inches / 13 cm of space behind and above the bread maker. [Figure 1.1] Leave enough room in front of the bread maker to remove the bread pan.
  3. Open the lid and remove the bread pan.
  4. Wash the kneading blade, bread pan, and accessories thoroughly with a nonabrasive sponge.
  5. Wipe the inside and outside of the bread maker with a slightly moist cloth. Dry with a towel.
  6. Put the bread pan back inside the bread maker.

Bread Pan Tips

  • To remove the bread pan, turn it slightly counterclockwise, then lift.
  • To lock the bread pan in place, turn it clockwise.
  • Never use the bread maker without the bread pan in place.

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Preset Settings
Presets are programmed with the ideal settings for making different types of bread.

  • You can delay the start of the cooking process, adjust the crust color (Light, Medium, Dark), and select the weight (700g & 900g) unless otherwise noted.
  • To change a preset’s default settings:
    • Select the preset.
    • Adjust color and size.
    • Press and hold the Menu button for 3 seconds to save the new settings. The bread maker will beep 1 time when the process is complete.
  • Note: Delay Start cannot be saved for any preset.

Delay Start

You can delay the start time of a preset unless otherwise noted.

To add Delay Start:

  • Select the preset.
  • Press the Set button. The time on the display will blink.
  • Use the left and right arrows to adjust the delay time in 10-minute increments. The maximum time of a preset, including Delay Start, is 13 hours.
  • Press Set again to confirm.

Delay Start time will be added to the running time reflected on the display. You cannot adjust the overall running time of any preset.

Note: When using Delay Start, do not use easily perishable ingredients such as eggs, fresh milk, fruits, onions, etc.

Crust Color
The maximum temperature for each preset is determined by the selected loaf color (Light / Medium / Dark). Loaf color cannot be adjusted for the following presets Knead, Rolls, Pizza Dough, Artisan Dough, and Ferment.

ColorBaking Temperature
Light196°F / 91°C
Medium212°F / 100°C
Dark228°F / 109°C




Time (Hours:Minutes) 700g / 900g 

Adjustable Settings






3:08 / 3:15

• Delay Start

• Color

• Weight

2Knead0:23 / 0:25• Weight





1:20 / 1:30

• Color

• Weight







• Delay Start

• Color

5Rolls1:30• Delay Start
6Pizza Dough1:30• Delay Start



Artisan Dough


1:30 / 1:34

• Delay Start

• Weight




French Bread


3:50 / 4:00

• Delay Start

• Color

• Weight




Whole Wheat


3:47 / 3:55

• Delay Start

• Color

• Weight




Fruit Bread


3:08 / 3:15

• Delay Start

• Color

• Weight

11Ferment4:30• Delay Start





3:30 / 3:35

• Delay Start

• Color

• Weight

Making Bread

  1. Open the lid and remove the bread pan. Attach the kneading blade to the bottom of the pan. [Figure 2.1]
  2. Add the ingredients to the bread pan.
  3. Put the bread pan into the bread maker and turn the bread pan clockwise to lock it into place. [Figure 2.2] Close the lid of the bread maker and plug the power cord into the wall.
  4. Press Menu and select your desired preset using the left and right arrows on the display panel.
  5. If desired, press Set and use the left and right arrows to add Delay Start to the preset. For more information, see Delay Start
  6. Press Set and use the left and right arrows to select the desired crust color.
  7. Press Set and use the left and right arrows to select the desired weight.
  8. If prompted, add any additional ingredients to the bread pan when the bread maker beeps 5 times and “Add” appears on the display. For more information, see Adding Ingredients.
  9. The bread maker will beep for 10 seconds when done. If it was selected, the Keep Warm function will turn on for 30 minutes.
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Note: Crust color, weight, and Delay Start cannot be adjusted for some presets. If a setting cannot be changed, the next applicable setting will blink on the display when you press Set. For the full list of customization options.

Adding Ingredients

For select presets you will be prompted to add in any additional ingredients (such as nuts, fruits, seeds, or cheeses) to the bread maker before the second kneading cycle. The bread maker will beep 5 times to notify you. The display will show “Add” for 5 minutes while kneading continues in case you miss the initial beeps.

Cooking Guide


  • Lightly coat the kneading blade with nonstick cooking spray or vegetable oil to make the blade easier to remove in case it gets stuck in the loaf.
  • Add ingredients in the following order: liquids, butter, dry ingredients, then yeast. Ideally, the yeast should not touch the wet ingredients.
  • Instant yeast and active dry yeast cause the bread to have different rising times. Instant yeast is much quicker and proves faster, while active dry yeast is slower and needs to be dissolved in water to activate.
  • Scrape down the sides of the bread pan to ensure the flour and ingredients are fully incorporated into the dough.
  • When baking in higher altitudes, use less flour. Flour absorbs more liquid in high altitudes. The dough also rises faster in higher altitudes, so use 1/3 less yeast. Adding a little more salt will promote slower, more even rising. Add no more than 1⁄4 teaspoon of additional salt. Try one or all of these changes to determine which gives you the best results.
  • When baking is done, use a thermometer to see if your bread has reached 190°F to confirm your bread is completely cooked.
  • Allow bread to cool for a minimum of 30 minutes before slicing

Quick Bread
Quick breads are made with baking powder and baking soda, which are activated by moisture and heat. For best results, all liquids should be placed in the bottom of the bread pan, with dry ingredients on top. During the initial mixing, butter and dry ingredients may collect in the corners of the pan. If this happens, pause the bread maker and scrape down the sides of the bread pan, using a rubber spatula to avoid scratching the nonstick coating.


Note: Always clean the bread pan and bread maker interior after every use.

  1. Turn off and unplug the bread maker. Allow it to cool completely before cleaning. Use oven mitts to pull out the bread pan for faster cooling.
  2. Wipe the outside of the bread maker with a moist cloth, if necessary.
  3. The bread pan and kneading blade are dishwasher safe. You can also wash both with hot, soapy water and a nonabrasive sponge. Soak if necessary.
    Note: The bread pan has a nonstick coating. Avoid using metal utensils and abrasive cleaning materials.
  4. If necessary, clean the inside of the bread maker with a slightly moist, non-abrasive sponge or cloth. Do not immerse in water. [Figure 3.1]Cosori BM201-CO Bread Maker User Manual fig 8
  5. Dry before using.


ProblemPossible Solution
The bread maker will not turn on. 

Make sure the bread maker is plugged in.



Smoke is coming out of the bread maker.

Immediately unplug your bread maker. Wait for smoke to clear before removing the bread pan. Check to see if there are any food particles stuck to the outside of the bread pan or the inside of the bread maker. Clean both with a damp cloth, then dry thoroughly. If the cause was not burnt food, contact Customer Support (page 19).

It is difficult to remove the loaf from the bread pan.

If the loaf is stuck to the kneading blade, you can use the hook accessory to remove it (see page 12). To avoid this issue, give the kneading blade

a light coating of cooking spray before using the bread maker, and clean the blade after each use.





Ingredients are not mixed correctly.

If   was accidentally pressed while the bread maker was running, start over with fresh ingredients.

If the power went out while the bread maker was running, start over with fresh ingredients.
Do not open the lid repeatedly while the bread maker is running. Only open the lid when adding ingredients or scraping down the sides of the bread pan to help with mixing.
The bread maker does not start. The display shows Error Code “HHH”.The bread maker is still hot after the previous use. Pull out the plug, carefully remove the bread pan, and let the bread maker cool. Plug the bread maker back in and start again.

The bread rises too fast.


Make sure all ingredients are included and correctly measured.





The bread does not rise enough or at all.

Make sure all ingredients are included and correctly measured.
Make sure that the yeast and ftour are not stale.
Only use cool or room temperature liquids.
When adding ingredients, do not let the yeast come into contact with any liquids.
Possible Solution



The dough rises too much and spills over the bread pan.

Reduce liquids in the recipe.
Make sure to add ingredients in the correct order.
If room temperature is above 77°F / 25°C, use refrigerated liquids.
If the weather is overly warm, do not use the Delay Start function.



The bread “craters” in the middle.

If the volume of the dough is too large for the bread pan, reduce all the ingredients by 1/3.
Reduce the amount of liquid. If other ingredients with liquids are added, water measurements must be reduced accordingly.
If humidity levels are high, remove 1–2 tablespoons of water.



The bread has a heavy, lumpy structure.

Make sure all ingredients are included and correctly measured.
If the volume of the dough is too large for the bread pan, reduce all the ingredients by 1/3.
Make sure that the yeast and ftour are not stale.

The bread is not baked in the center.

Make sure all ingredients are included and correctly measured.
If humidity levels are high, remove 1–2 tablespoons of water.


The loaf is coarse or porous.
Make sure all ingredients are included and correctly measured.
If room temperature is above 77°F / 25°C, use refrigerated liquids.
If the weather is overly warm, do not use the Delay Start function.



The surface of the loaf is unbaked.

Make sure all ingredients are included and correctly measured.
Reduce the amount of liquid. If other ingredients with liquids are added, water measurements must be reduced accordingly.
Reduce any sweet ingredients besides sugar.
The bread slices are uneven or there are clumps in the middle. 


Reduce the amount of yeast or reduce all ingredients by ¼.

Residual flour on the bread loaf.Reduce the amount of liquid. If other ingredients with liquids are added, water measurements must be reduced accordingly.


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Arovast Corporation (“Arovast”) warrants this product to the original purchaser to be free from defects in material and workmanship, under normal use and conditions, for a period of 2 years from the date of original purchase. Arovast agrees, at our option during the warranty period, to repair any defect in material or workmanship or furnish an equal product in exchange without charge, subject to verification of the defect or malfunction and proof of the date of purchase.

There is no other express warranty. This warranty does not apply:

  • If the product has been modified from its original condition;
  • If the product has not been used in accordance with directions and instructions in the user manual;
  • To damages or defects caused by accident, abuse, misuse, or improper or inadequate maintenance;
  • To damages or defects caused by service or repair of the product performed by an unauthorized service provider or by anyone other than Arovast;
  • To damages or defects occurring during commercial use, rental use, or any use for which the product is not intended;
  • To damages or defects exceeding the cost of the product.

This warranty does not extend to products purchased from unauthorized sellers. Arovast’s warranty extends only to products purchased from authorized sellers that are subject to Arovast’s quality controls and have agreed to follow its quality controls. All implied warranties are limited to the period of this limited warranty. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.



Cosori BM201-CO Bread Maker User Manual

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