BIG note before we get started: A lot of these tricks do require a bit of prep, in way of handy-dandy toaster bags like these. Don't even think about skipping them if they're necessary, because they're pretty much a safety precaution: They prevent anything you put in the toaster from dripping into its depths, which can save yourself from a broken toaster and/or, worst case scenario, a fire. They're super accessible, and trust us, you'll be getting a lot of use out of them once you see these suggestions.
Ready for me to blow your mind? Wrap a tortilla filled with cheese, strained beans and your favorite protein up Taco Bell-style and stuff it (carefully!) in the toaster. Yes, it's that easy.
No Chipotle? No problem! You know those corn tortillas that are wasting away unused in the back of your pantry? Cut them into triangles and throw in the toaster until they crisp and harden. Guac, here we come.
Or any kind of panini, really. Butter and add cheese to your bread like you normally would, but toss the sandwich into a toaster bag before baking that puppy 'til it's golden brown and melty.
With no fat or juices to worry about like with a beef patty, you can toss a frozen veggie burger into the toaster and bake like you would a frozen waffle. Talk about a quick and easy office lunch.
Sure, cold pizza is delicacy in and of itself, but if you prefer some crunch to your crust, quickly slide the slice into a toaster bag and toast on high.
The lower-carb alternative to avocado toast, simply slice sweet potatoes about half a centimeter thick and stick 'em in the toaster. Top with mashed avocado and all your favorite fixings and serve yourself a healthy snack.
Toaster bag at the ready! Your breakfast dreams are about to come true -- just heat bacon strips for a few rounds until they're at your desired crisp level.