The microwave was one of the most amazing feats of convenience to ever grace the home, that’s for sure. However, it’s not perfect.
Sometimes, the microwave can leave your reheated food in a less than desirable state. Sometimes food comes out soggy on the bottom, or perhaps still cold in the middle. Don’t get me wrong, a microwave is great for reheating a curry, but when it comes to things like pizza? That’s a different story.
This is where your pop-up toaster comes in; it’s good for more than just bread products and toaster pastries. You don’t need a fancy toaster oven to be able to quickly warm up your food, leaving it crispy and just as delicious as the first time around. In many cases, all you need is a handy dandy toaster bag. The bag keeps grease from dripping into the crumb tray and causing a fire.
Just make sure that if something calls for a toaster bag, you use it! Never put greasy, drippy food into the toaster without the bag to catch the grease.
In some cases, you can even cook food from scratch, or completely transform one food into something else. Take a look at the 7 toast-able foods below.
I had no idea that a regular pop-up toaster could do so much for me in the kitchen, did you? SHARE with friends and family so they get these time and energy saving tips, too.
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