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50 Delicious Toaster Oven Recipes

Toaster oven food? If you still think that good food can only be made with “actual” cooking, then you’re out. Here’s news for you.

You can totally make healthy, classy and tasty food with only a toaster, one of the most versatile kitchen appliances. There’s minimal effort, time and ingredients needed.

Now, here are 50 delicious toaster oven recipes. There’s something for every taste, style and time of day. Even if you’re too busy or lazy, you still deserve good meals.

Breakfast toaster recipes

1. Baked marinara and parmesan eggs

These baked eggs will take 15 minutes tops. They are made and served in ramekins though. So make sure you have that in your kit!

The eggs are flavored with marinara sauce, whip cream and parmesan. Serve it with buttered toast (easily made with your toaster). And you can move on to the rest of your day!

Ingredients: eggs, marinara sauce, whip cream, cheese, salt, pepper, chives, bread and butter

Instructions:

In a ramekin, add: marinara, eggs, whip cream and parmesan cheese in that order. Sprinkle in the salt and pepper as you wish.

Then bake the ramekins until the egg whites are cooked.

Garnish the eggs with chives, toast and butter some bread, and you’re set!

Detailed recipe here.

2. Kale and feta egg muffins

If you don’t like baked eggs, you can try egg muffins instead. These cheesy muffins include kale, which is a health bomb. The muffins can last you 4 days!

Ingredients: Eggs, non-fat milk, flavored feta cheese, frozen chopped kale, salt and pepper

Instructions:

Crack the eggs in a bowl and whisk together with milk. Add in all the other ingredients and mix away. Fill each muffin cup halfway with the mixture and bake until the edges are a golden brown, you’re done!

Keep the leftovers in a sealed container and refrigerate them.

Detailed recipe here.

3. Banana and walnut muffins

These muffins give you whole-wheat and oats with every bite. To make them healthier, substitute the canola oil with bananas.

Ingredients: golden raisins, old-fashioned oats, whole wheat flour, baking powder, cinnamon, ground allspice, baking soda, salt, mashed banana, egg, honey, canola oil, chopped walnuts, sugar

Instructions:

Combine everything (except the raisins and nuts) together until the dry ingredients are moist. The batter should be lumpy. Add in the raisins and nuts, and the batter will be even lumpier.

Spoon the mixture into muffin cups and sprinkle with sugar. Bake for around 25 minutes and you’ll have toasty banana muffins.

Detailed recipe here.

4. Blueberry cornbread muffins

Mmm yes . . . your fave blueberry muffins. But revamped.

Made with whole wheat flour and unsweetened applesauce, each muffin comes with only 115 calories. And instead, it has a whole bunch of protein.

Take a bite for a fun breakfast. Or even just as a snack.

Ingredients: buttermilk, egg, sugar, unsweetened applesauce, cornmeal, whole wheat flour, baking powder, salt, cinnamon, fresh blueberries

Instructions:

Mix the wet ingredients in one bowl and dry in another. Dump the wet ingredients into the dry ingredient bowl all at once. Mix until it’s barely combined and add in the blueberries.

Make sure you don’t overdo the mixing!

Then you can divide the batter into your 6-cup muffin tin. Bake for 25 minutes and you’re done.

Detailed recipe here.

5. Spicy pumpkin cornbread muffins

How does pumpkin and cornbread taste with jalapeno peppers? Well, pretty good. This is definitely not your usual breakfast muffin.

But the little bit of fire will wake you up for the day!

Ingredients: ground cornmeal, whole wheat flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, low-fat buttermilk, pumpkin puree, butter, honey, hot sauce, jalapeno peppers

Instructions:

Mix together the cornmeal, flour, baking powder and soda, and salt together.

In another bowl, mix everything else together. Pour it into the other bowl. Stir, stir and stir. When only small lumps remain, stir in the chopped jalapeno.

Spoon the batter into the muffin tins. Top each with some jalapeno slices by gently pressing them in. Then bake!

They’re best served warm with some butter and honey to balance out the spiciness!

Detailed recipe here.

6. Maple glazed figs and sausage

Fresh figs are a nutritional powerhouse. The fruit contains omega-3, an important type of unsaturated fat. There are also essential minerals, such as potassium and calcium.

Glazed with maple syrup, they add something else to already delicious sausages.

Ingredients: balsamic vinegar, maple syrup, cooked chicken, roasted sausages, fresh figs, sweet onion, Swiss chard, olive oil, salt and pepper

Instructions:

Mix the syrup and vinegar for a well-blended glaze. Place the figs and sausages on the foil-lined oven tray. Brush the glaze on and toast it up.

Meanwhile, microwave the vegetables. When it’s done, add in the seasoning and serve with the rest.

Detailed recipe here.

7. Toasty bacon

Want bacon but frying is too much effort? Why not just stick it in the toaster?

Fry/toast/make your bacon by first pre-heating the oven to 400F degrees. Place the slices directly onto the rack (preferably on foil as well). Put a pan underneath to catch all the grease.

Baking time depends on your taste. It should take around 15-18 minutes to get crispy. Turn the pan halfway to get everything evenly. Make sure you don’t burn it!

You can then add your baked bacon to literally anything. Salad, grilled cheese, nachos . . . you name it!

Detailed recipe here.

8. Greek garden frittata

This omelet-esque dish is a great way to start the day. You’ll hit your daily intake of protein (26 grams per serving) and veggies with little effort.

For that extra Mediterranean flare, add in some olives!

Ingredients: olive oil, eggs, kosher salt, black pepper, baby spinach, grape tomatoes, scallions, crumbled Feta cheese

Instructions:

Heat the olive oil in a small casserole for 5 minutes.

In the meantime, whisk the eggs, salt and pepper together in a bowl. Add in the other ingredients and stir.

Pour this egg mixture into the casserole. Bake in the toaster for 25 to 30 minutes. The frittata should be browned around the edges. It’ll be puffy and delish too.

Detailed recipe here.

9. Lemony cinnamon bananas

Tangy, zesty, lemony and sweet. All on a banana for a delicious recipe with only 4 ingredients.

But you can upgrade it by sprinkling on some dark chocolate chips or a drop of plain Greek yogurt. It’s a treat for breakfast, brunch or dessert!

Ingredients: banana, lemon juice, honey, ground cinnamon

Instructions:

Glaze the banana halves with lemon juice. Spoon on the honey and sprinkle some cinnamon. Then all you have to do is bake it, cut it and top it (with some chocolate or other toppings.)

Detailed recipe here.

10. Creamy apple oats

Sure, oats and cereal are the best way to start a healthy day. But make it even better by adding some cinnamon-dusted and toasted apple chunks!

Peanut butter and plain Greek yogurt are responsible for the creaminess. And the protein.

Ingredients: apple, cinnamon, Greek yogurt, rolled oats, peanut butter

Instructions:

Prep the apples by cutting them into chunks. Sprinkle with as much cinnamon as you’d like and bake in the toaster.

When they’re toasted, toss everything together into a bowl.

Tip: if you put the peanut butter directly on the apples, it’ll melt. And be heavenly!

Detailed recipe here.

Lunch toaster recipes

11. Cheesy ham and apple sandwich

This recipe actually calls for a conventional oven. But you can ignore that. And easily turn this into a simply awesome toaster oven recipe.

The apple jazzes up your typical ham and cheese sammy too!

Detailed recipe here.

12. Hot salmon sandwich

There’s seafood involved here. But it still doesn’t take long. Only 10 minutes!

The salmon is a fatty fish. It contains omega-3 fatty acid, which is crucial for many bodily functions. Season it with fresh mint, tarty sumac and a lot more.

Ingredients: flatbread, salmon filet, green onion, sumac, thyme, sesame seeds, cucumber, yogurt, fresh mint, zucchini, pine nuts, oregano, olive oil

Instructions:

Slice the salmon and lay them on the bread. Sprinkle the seasoning on evenly. Broil it all in the toaster or roaster oven until you get your desired temperature. For pink salmon, only 3 minutes are needed.

During that time, mix together the yogurt and cucumbers. When the sandwich part is done, spread the mixture like butter. Add in the rest of the ingredients and roll up the bread.

Detailed recipe here.

13. Sriracha egg salad sandwich

Sure egg salads are great. But spice it up. Literally.

To make things more awesome, this recipe is incredibly healthy. Not having time doesn’t mean you have to become unhealthy!

Ingredients: hard boiled eggs, Greek yogurt, sriracha sauce, salt and pepper, green onion, celery, parsley, kale chips, whole grain bread

For instructions on making kale chips, check out toaster oven recipe #41

Instructions:

Stir up everything else except the kale and bread. Put it in the refrigerator and your salad is waiting to be eaten!

Toast bread for the sandwich. Divide and spread the egg salad onto the toast. Sandwich in a layer of kale chips. And get to the eating part!

If you don’t want to eat as soon as you’re done, the egg salad can be stored for up to 4 days. Just make sure to keep refrigerated. Kale chips should be kept in a brown paper bag with 1 tablespoon of uncooked rice.

Detailed recipe here.

14. Portobello pesto burgers

Okay, these aren’t actually burgers. But let’s just call them that. Each burger makes the cut under 400 calories. There are 8 grams of fiber too.

Ingredients: Portobello mushrooms, pesto, hamburger buns, tomato, goat cheese, basil leaves

For the slaw: shredded carrots, fennel bulb, basil leaves, olive oil, cider vinegar, salt and pepper

Instructions:

For the burger part, place the mushrooms in the preheated toaster. Bake then evenly spread pesto onto each. Bake again until the mushrooms are tender.

For the carrot-fennel slaw, mix all the slaw ingredients together.

Get toasty buns and layer 2 tomato slices on each. Top with a mushroom and the rest of the ingredients. Serve with the slaw and enjoy!

Detailed recipe here.

15. Lightened tuna melt

The classic open faced tuna melt Lite. You’ll be using plain non-fat Greek yogurt, reduced fat cheese and whole-grain muffins.

Add some zest with cilantro and salsa. It makes things more interesting, but keeps it healthy.

Ingredients: white tuna, green onion or cilantro, salsa, mayonnaise, English muffin, cheese

Instructions:

In a small bowl, add the fish, onion, salsa and mayo. Place the English muffin halves directly onto a baking sheet. Spoon the tuna mix and cheese onto the halves.

Bake in the toaster until the cheese is melted.

Detailed recipe here.

16. Tex-Mex quesadillas

Quesadillas always make a great meal. They’re filling, tasty and easy to make. Using the toaster oven is even easier. You don’t even have to worry about a frying pan afterward.

Ingredients: green onion, chicken, shredded cheese, jalapeno chile, fresh cilantro, tortillas, salsa verde, sour cream

Instructions:

Slice up the green onion. Leave some on the side for garnishing later.

Divide the rest onto one side of each tortilla. Also divide the chicken, cheese, jalapeno and cilantro.

Fold up the quesadilla and toast or pop in the dutch oven until the tortillas are golden brown. To serve, cut each in half and top with salsa, sour cream and/or green onion.

Detailed recipe here.

17. Bruschetta

This is a simple and delicious recipe. There is not much to say because it is just that. So easy. And so good.

Ingredients: French baguette, garlic, cherry tomatoes, mozzarella, basil leaves, olive oil, salt and pepper

Instructions:

Toast the baguette until it’s a gorgeous golden brown. When they’ve cooled down, rub with garlic and drizzle on the olive oil.

Stir the other ingredients in another bowl. This mixture can then be spooned over the bread or used as a side dip.

Detailed recipe here.

18. Corn and quinoa summer salad

This recipe gives you a light and fresh meal. Quinoa is probably the healthiest grain-like food out there. The lime juice and red wine vinegar used also gives the salad a more interesting taste.

Ingredients: corn, lime juice, olive oil, red wine vinegar, cumin, quinoa, bell peppers, cherry tomatoes, red onion, cilantro, kidney beans, lettuce

Instructions:

Put the corn directly into the toaster. If you don’t have time to bake, use canned or frozen corn instead.

Meanwhile, whisk together everything else (except for the lettuce.)

When the corn is cooked, add the kernels to the salad. Taste and add more seasoning if needed.

Stir in the lettuce right before serving and you’re ready to go!

Detailed recipe here.

19. Roasted broccoli with prosciutto

Don’t get fooled by the fancy sounding name. This recipe is totally easy and totally toaster oven ready. Prosciutto is just thin and salty dry-cured ham. It adds a contrast in taste and texture to the broccoli.

Ingredients: broccoli, prosciutto, salt, black pepper, fat, balsamic vinegar

Instructions:

Arrange the broccoli florets onto a foil-lined baking tray. Drizzle on fat and sprinkle on salt and pepper. Toss to combine.

Roast the broccoli and toast the prosciutto. Cut them up and sprinkle onto the broccoli along with the vinegar.

Detailed recipe here.

20. Crispy paleo pizza

Pizzas aren’t all unhealthy. The crust for this is made from almond meal, flaxseed meal and egg whites. Top it with your choice of sauce, veggies, meat and cheese.

This paleo-friendly meal is perfect for lunch or a snack.

Ingredients: almond flour, egg whites, flaxseed, olive oil, garlic powder, salt, your favorite toppings

Instructions:

Toss all the ingredients into a bowl and blend. Roll this batter into a ball and flatten. Layer on the toppings of your choice.

Bake the pizza in the oven until the crust is completely cooked. Remove with a spatula and enjoy!

Dinner toaster recipes

21. Mini banana meatloaves

Bananas and meatloaf? Together? Yes!

The bananas add a surprising sweetness to the meatloaf. It acts as glue to hold everything together.

Ingredients: banana, whole wheat bread, sea salt, dry mustard, paprika, garlic, onion, black pepper, ground beef, ketchup, Worcestershire sauce

Instructions:

Mix everything (except for the bread) in a large bowl. And by mixing, we mean mash. Do something similar to the bread by working it into the food processor.

Add the breadcrumbs to the smooth banana mixture. Add in the ground beef and mix gently. Then toast it until you get your desired texture!

Detailed recipe here.

22. Chicken tenders with herbs

Scrap the fast food junk tenders. Make way for the healthier roasted chicken tenders!

Spice it up with a classy seasoning. Then serve it up with a dip of Dijon mustard and honey. You get the fun of chicken tenders without the worry over your health.

Ingredients: chicken tenders, olive oil, salt, pepper, herbes de Provence, Dijon mustard, honey

Instructions:

Pour half of the olive oil directly onto the oven tray.

Season the chicken with herbs, salt and pepper according to your taste. Drizzle on the rest of the olive oil. Bake!

While you’re waiting, make your dip of Dijon mustard and honey. This way, you’ll be ready to eat as soon as the chicken is cooked.

You can also skewer the tenders into a kebab or add to salad.

Detailed recipe here.

23. Tender chicken paillard

A paillard is a type of tender meat because it is pounded thin. Due to this, there’s also a shorter cooking time.

You only need to chop and slice a little. And then you can stick the chicken into the toaster oven to cook.

Ingredients: boneless chicken breasts, shallots, garlic, tomatoes, sliced fennel, green olives, raisins, pine nuts, capers, thyme, olive oil, basil julienne, chopped parsley, sea salt and ground pepper

Instructions:

Season both sides of chicken breasts with salt and pepper.

Toss all the vegetables into a mixing bowl. Drizzle with olive oil. Season with salt and pepper according to your taste.

Cover the chicken with your vegetable mixture. You can add more olive oil around and over the paillard.

After baking, sprinkle with parsley and basil. Serve immediately to enjoy the fresh and warm chicken!

Detailed recipe here.

24. Cheesy lasagna toast

Your favorite lasagna gets a makeover. Thanks to the toaster oven.

Instead of a handful of pasta, go for some whole-wheat bread. Any bread is fine. But for a more filling dinner, try French baguette.

Each slice of bread is seriously cheesy. Of course, there’s also zucchini, tomatoes and garlic thrown into the mix. Delish!

Ingredients: bread, zucchini, garlic, olive oil, plum tomatoes, salt and pepper, ricotta cheese, Pecorino Romano cheese, mozzarella cheese

Instructions:

Start by toasting the bread to a golden brown.

In a medium sized bowl, stir the zucchini, garlic and olive oil together. Microwave it then add in the tomatoes, salt and black pepper. Heat it up again.

Put the ricotta, Romano, salt and black pepper together in another bowl. Spread this cheesy mixture on each bread slice. Top with the tomato mix and mozzarella.

Bake until the cheese is melted and browned. Garnish with basil and enjoy!

Detailed recipe here.

25. Savory sweet potatoes

With this recipe, you’ll make two very different but equally delish potatoes.

One has a sweet topping. There’s zest from cheese and grated orange peels. The other one is savory and hot. It’s definitely a unique taste!

Ingredients: sweet potatoes, cinnamon, cheese, orange peels, fruit, maple syrup, sea salt, black pepper, pepper jack cheese, black beans, avocado, green onion, hot sauce

Instructions:

Slice open the baked sweet potatoes. Use a fork to fluff everything out.

For the sweet berry potato, sprinkle in the cinnamon, ricotta, orange, blackberries and arils. Fluff it with a fork to distribute well. Top with a drizzle of maple syrup.

For the spicy black bean potato, start with a sprinkle of salt and pepper instead. Add everything else on and drizzle with hot sauce (if you’re not much of a spicy eater, start small to test out your limits!)

Detailed recipe here.

26. Baked tofu topping

In Asian cuisine, tofu can be everything. They can be part of the main course, appetizer or even dessert. With this recipe, you can make a unique side dish or salad topping.

All you have to do is press out the excess water in the tofu. Marinate it with some soy sauce or sesame oil. Then toss it in the oven to get toasted.

Detailed recipe here.

27. Roasted balsamic tomatoes

These roasted tomatoes are tasty and can be enjoyed by themselves. Since the tomatoes are sweet naturally, you don’t need the added sugar.

Try adding them into a burger, salad or even toast for an upgrade.

Ingredients: cherry tomatoes, balsamic vinegar, olive oil, sea salt, black pepper

Instructions:

Line the toaster oven with foil and preheat. Wash and cut the tomatoes. Toss it with everything else. Then roast for around 20 minutes.

Easy, right?

Detailed recipe here.

28. Stuffed mushrooms

Each Portobello cap is stuffed to the brim with fresh ingredients. They are then topped with breadcrumbs and cheese crust.

You may think this dish is light. But it is actually quite filling.

Ingredients: Portobello mushrooms, garlic, onion, olive oil, spinach, ricotta cheese, Parmesan cheese, tomatoes, salt and pepper, breadcrumbs

Instructions:

Line the toaster oven pan with foil and olive oil.

After cleaning the mushrooms, scoop out the black gills. You can use a spoon. But be careful since you’re not trying to destroy the mushroom.

Heat up the onion, garlic and spinach. Add in the ricotta, tomatoes and basil. Stuff all that into the mushroom caps. Shred up the parm and sprinkle it around.

After baking, the top will be crusty and the filling would be toasty.

Detailed recipe here.

29. Parmesan zucchini side

Zucchini is probably nothing attractive to those who hate veggies. But we can fix it by coating it with the parm and olive oil. Then throw it into the toaster oven. And it becomes much tastier.

Ingredients: zucchini, olive oil, sea salt, white pepper, Parmesan cheese, parsley, balsamic vinegar

Instructions:

Brush the foil-lined baking dish with olive oil. Skin the zucchini slices and trim into even smaller slices. Season with salt and pepper and bake.

After it becomes tender, sprinkle the zucchini with Parmesan cheese. After arranging the slices, sprinkle and drizzle the other ingredients. Think flavor and aesthetics.

Detailed dish here.

30. Baked sole with asparagus

Sole is an extremely healthier. But it’s even healthier now. This recipe calls for fewer breadcrumbs (empty carbs) than usual. You also use reduced at mayo.

The star here is asparagus. It’s a super food that is full of vitamin K!

Ingredients: asparagus, olive oil, salt and pepper, Parmesan cheese, breadcrumbs, mayonnaise, chives, uncooked sole, lemons

Instructions:

Season the asparagus with oil, salt and pepper. On another plate, combine the cheese and crumbs.

The mayo and chives go in another bowl. After applying this mixture onto the fillet, press the fish into the cheese.

Bake everything for around 13 to 16 minutes. The asparagus should be tender and the fish cooked well. Before serving, squeeze on some fresh lemon juice.

Detailed dish here.

Appetizer and dessert toaster recipes

31. Dried toasty fruit

The total time for this toaster recipe is much longer than 15 minutes. But the actual work that you need to do with only take around 5.

Basically, just choose your fave fruits. Slice them thinly. Set your oven to the lowest temperature possible and place the fruit slices on the rack. Bake them until they’re fully dried out. It might take a few hours.

But then you’ll have amazingly natural dried fruit chips. You can eat them as a dessert or snack. You can even add them into salads and other dishes!

Detailed recipe here.

32. Sliced persimmon toast

Persimmons are bountiful in natural sugars. But sometimes it gets lost when eaten raw (though they’re nice in salads).

Try dusting slices of persimmon in your favorite spices. Or experiment with new flavors. You can try nutmeg, cinnamon, ginger and paprika.

Roast the spiced up persimmons in the toaster. You can then eat it just like that. Or serve the slices with cheese or even ice cream.

Detailed recipe here.

33. Sweet and savory roasted bananas

The sweetness comes from the banana itself, as well as maple syrup. The savory part is thanks to an amazing combo of: fresh rosemary, black pepper and sea salt.

Just looking at the ingredients makes your mouth water. And guess what. There’s also a shot of bourbon!

Detailed recipe here.

34. Almond flour biscuits

The almond flour makes for a healthier biscuit option. There’s more protein than what you usually get.

Ingredients: egg, almond flour, oil, baking powder, salt, oregano, basil

Instructions:

Beat up the egg and add in everything else. You can add some cheese too. Mix and throw the batter into the toaster oven to bake.

This recipe makes 2 biscuits. It’s a perfect way to end a dinner for two.

Detailed recipe here.

35. Grapefruit glazed beets

The ruby roots are often overlooked when searching for delish and healthy veggies. However, they contain a good amount of vitamin A, B and C. All of them help boost your immunity. In addition to other benefits.

Ingredients: beets, fresh-squeezed grapefruit juice, rice vinegar, maple syrup, corn starch

Instructions:

If the beet greens are still there, chop them off and save them. You can turn them into a delish side after sautéing.

The rest of the beets should be folded into foil and baked for around 1 hour. After cooking, slice thinly.

Create a mixture of grapefruit juice, vinegar, syrup and cornstarch. When everything is smooth, boil until it is glossy.

Drizzle this thick glaze over your beets. Serve immediately and enjoy while hot.

Detailed recipe here.

36. Sweet broiled grapefruit

Grapefruit isn’t only good for upgrading other foods. For this warm dessert, the grapefruit is the star.

Ingredients: grapefruit, granulated sugar, brown sugar, sea salt, mint

Instructions:

Mix up the sugars and sprinkle on each grapefruit. Use a torch . . . or put it in the toaster for a bit. The sugar will melt and the grapefruit will end up golden brown.

Sprinkle and garnish with salt and mint.

Detailed recipe here.

37. Indulgent roasted figs

Yes, this is an indulgent dessert. Because the figs are tiny but packed. Each one is topped with melted mascarpone cheese, cinnamon and honey.

After toasting, the figs become soft. This is a true delicacy that can be served warm or cold.

Detailed recipe here.

38. Molasses and flax apples

No need to worry about the molasses part. This is still super guilt-free. An apple a day keeps the doctor away. Walnuts and flax seeds are full of fiber and other nutrients too.

So just slice up the apples, drizzle on some molasses and sprinkle on some seeds. Then all you have to do is toast until the slices are tender.

Detailed recipe here.

39. Caramelized rum mangoes

Now this is actually a guilty pleasure type of dessert. This treat features a slice of roasted mango and low-fat frozen yogurt. There’s a light dusting of brown sugar and melted butter. And a drizzle of rum.

After a long day at work, you deserve it.

Detailed recipe here.

40. Mini stone-fruit crisps

These crisps feature stone fruits. Such as cherries and peaches. Or even pluots (the lovechild of plums and apricots.

The recipe also calls for sugar. But you can use healthier alternatives, such as honey or applesauce. Almond or whole wheat flour can be used too.

Ingredients: stone fruit, sugar, cornstarch, flour, cinnamon, salt, butter, rolled oats

Instructions:

Whisk sugar and cornstarch together to coat the fruit with. Combine the other stuff and layer it on. Bake until the fruit is cooked through.

You can serve it warm or even with ice cream.

Detailed recipe here.

Snack toaster oven recipes

41. Natural kale chips

Here, we finally get to the detailed recipe for natural kale chips. Other than using it in dishes, you can definitely enjoy it by itself.

42. Fish and chips

Your usual fish and chips will just get your some greasy fingers. This version has light but tasty seasoning. And you use a fork and knife instead.

Ingredients: potatoes, olive oil, salt and pepper, thyme, cod, lemon, garlic, capers

Instructions:

Spread the ingredients in a single layer and bake until golden. Transfer out and replace with cod. Top the fish with flavoring. Bake that until cooked through.

Organize the fish and chips on individual plates. The remaining lemon juice turns into sauce you can use.

Detailed recipe here.

43. Applesauce cornbread

Instead of fatty stuff, this recipe uses applesauce. To make it healthier, you use whole oats and cornbread. Yay!

Ingredients: cornmeal, oatmeal, salt, sugar, baking powder, soy milk, egg, applesauce, chili powder

Detailed recipe here.

44. Honey apple tart

So . . . this apple tart is actually inside a tortilla.

Ingredients: flour tortilla, apple, honey, cinnamon

Instructions:

Put the apple slices inside the tortilla and drizzle with honey. Generously sprinkle with cinnamon and bake. The apples will become soft and tasty.

Detailed recipe here.

45. Roasted veggies and kale

There’s kale again! Here, it’s paired with roasted squash (or some other green.)

Ingredients: delicate squash, kale, garlic, olive oil, salt and pepper

Instructions:

Scoop out the seeds of the squash. Cut them and roast until golden. Chop the kale and garlic roughly. Add a pinch of seasoning and saute it all.

Put the squash on top of the greens and serve!

Detailed recipe here.

46. Single’s night cookie

Say you want a snack, but don’t want to feel guilty. Or you don’t have friends to eat cookies with. This recipe is perfect since it’ll only make a single serving. It’s still good though.

Ingredients: flour, peanut butter, baking soda, salt, vanilla extract, maple syrup, applesauce

Instructions:

Mix everything together, flatten and bake in the toaster. For a more cake-like texture, use a liquid sweetener. The sugar will make the cookie chewier.

Detailed recipe here.

47. English muffin pizza

This recipe will make you feel like a kid again. (If you have a kid, they’ll love it too.)

Ingredients: English muffins, pizza sauce, shredded cheese, toppings

Instructions:

Use a fork to cut open the muffin for a rustic look. Start off with sauce and heap on the cheese. But don't overdo it, since it might bubble over.

Use more of your fave toppings than you think you need. The melting cheese will spread it out. Then bake until the crust is crispy.

Detailed recipe here.

48. Toasty pita chips

This is probably the easiest recipe on the list.

Ingredients: pita bread, olive oil, salt and black pepper

Instructions:

Preheat the oven and cut up the pita bread. Lightly sprinkle on the ingredients. Bake for 10 minutes, turning the tray once halfway through.

Then you’ll have crispy pita chips to enjoy!

Detailed recipe here.

49. Harvest granola

This gets you a very basic type of granola. You can definitely jazz it up with some vanilla and/or cinnamon. Even then, you can make things better with chocolate chips. But it’s all up to you!

Ingredients: rolled oats, almond flour, almonds, pecans, honey, canola oil

Instructions:

Mix everything together until the oats are lightly moistened. Spread it out on a baking sheet and flatten.

Bake until you can smell the deliciousness. After toasting, you can add in the extra toppings. Then let the granola cool and crisp.

The recipe makes 3 servings. If you want to keep it for at least 2 weeks, store in an airtight container.

Detailed recipe here.

50. Warm ‘n toasty s’mores

Have you ever craved for s’mores but didn’t want to deal with the fire? Well, toasting it is just so easy.

All you have to do is leave the top cracker off. Then stick it in the oven for a few minutes. Take it out, pop the top on and enjoy.

Detailed recipe and more ideas here.


Really, though. Do not let the small size of the toaster stop you. It is still an oven in any definition.

The range of toaster oven recipes is far and wide. Try out these recipes and experiment with your own!


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