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14 Ridiculously Awesome Toaster Snacks To Get You Through The Cold

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2. Toasted Fluffernutter Sandwich

If you are unfortunately unfamiliar with this seductive sandwich, it's just peanut butter, marshmallow cream, and banana slices between two pieces of bread. Just assemble, toast, and indulge!

4. Toasted Asparagus

A nifty toaster bag ($7.99) could be all that stands between you and some toasty veggies. For pop-up toasters, just put your favorite vegetable in the packet. Or, if you are using a toaster oven, here's a step-by-step recipe.


6. Veggie Burgers

This one is seriously life-changing for any veggie lover on the go. Most frozen veggie burgers can be cooked in a standard pop-up toaster. If you're feeling really ambitious, here's a recipe to make and freeze your own veggie burgers.

7. Taco Shells

For a pop-up toaster, fold the tortilla in half before placing it inside. If you have a toaster oven, put a soft tortilla in a coffee mug and set it sideways in the oven. Here’s a mug-taco tutorial that uses a microwave instead.


9. Paninis

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The only limit to making paninis is the width of your toaster slots and your imagination! Most toasters can fit a standard bagel half, so you can fit more than you'd think. (You may want to opt for a toaster bag to avoid any fallout.)

12. Toasted Peanut Butter & Jelly

What's better than PB&J? A TOASTED PB&J. Just put your standard PB&J in a toaster bag and you guessed it...toast. You may want to flip your toaster on its side to avoid any gooey drippage.

13. Croutons

Look at you, eatin' salad. Impressive! But no meal is complete without carbs.

To make croutons, toast some bread on low heat until it's crunchy, but not burned. When the bread is still warm, dab on some garlic and then chop it up into little delicious bread nuggets. (Wouldn't that be a better name for croutons?)