A play on the New England classic, made with imitation crab and a bunch of kick! You can substitute broken shrimp in this recipe as well! Serve with cold crunchy dill pickles!
You don't need the whole oven to cook up these flavorful peppers. Keep 'em coming in waves to feed the whole crew during the game.
A great dessert for two (or for a small family) that beginning cooks can make.
If you like simple cooking, you like the toaster oven. And you'll like this recipe. Dump a few things in a glass dish, plop on pork chops, and you're 40 minutes away from a great dinner.
You know that pot pie in the TV dinner? This is much better, and takes about as long to make. Grab a few ingredients and put that toaster oven to work, sir.
Bagels piled high with turkey and pastrami, with a simple homemade spread. A big breakfast that takes just 15 minutes to make.
A simple hot sandwich made with chicken breasts and my favorite veggies. We often eat this for dinner with little or no side dish. It's a great toaster oven sandwich.
A simple dish with an amazing payoff--this delicious parmesan cheese and lemon crust. Who says you can't go gourmet in a toaster oven?
A very simple recipe for filleted tilapia and fresh vegetables. Don't need a full oven for this baby, make it in your toaster oven.
You'll be dreaming of a crepe breakfast all night when you make this batter before bed.
Very, very cheesy, and very filling macaroni and cheese sized down for the toaster oven.
Perfect for the beginning man cook, this simple macaroni and cheese comes together easy and cooks fast.
Just for your toaster oven, a smaller version of the classic favorite.
A quick dinner idea -- filling, full of flavor, and you can cook it in the toaster oven.
A rich, creamy, piping hot pasta meal. Fill with veggies (or don't--we're not your mother).
Four cheeses are better than one? You bet they are. And a simple recipe you can make in your toaster oven is best of all.
So creamy. So cheesy. And so simple in a toaster oven.
Believe it or not, some burgers are meant to be eaten with a knife and fork. One of my favorites is that way - this one! It's a grilled burger served open-faced and slathered with a good helping of chili that's homemade especially for this application. It takes a little effort to put it all together, but nothing about it is difficult...and it is soooo worth it! Serve with an ice-cold beer and a little greenery on the side.