A corn tortilla with eggs, beans, salsa and cheese.
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!
Bored with ordinary tuna sandwiches? Try something extraordinary.
They didn't know it at the time, but the toaster oven's inventors were really creating the world's best bruschetta maker. Try this staple appetizer of Italian restaurants tonight.
Dessert for date night? Done. And you can do it without a regular oven. Heck, without a regular kitchen. All you need is an outlet and some chocolate.
Instead of a bowl that you would just have to wash with precious water, you put your soup in a hollowed out round sourdough loaf. You are a master of conservation.
If you don't have access to a grill--well, you'll want to fix that as soon as possible. In the meantime, you don't have to miss out on the flavor of marinated grilled shrimp.
If you're called upon to make Thanksgiving dinner, do yourself a favor and free up space in the oven by making this bread pudding in the toaster oven.
This basic buttermilk cornbread recipe is just for the toaster oven.
Make that steamy, sweet apple pie you remember from Grandma's house in your toaster oven.
A great dessert for two (or for a small family) that beginning cooks can make.
The secret to this simple meatloaf recipe is a brown sugar crust. Read on to see how you make it happen. Great for the ovenless or just to save space in your oven for other food.
If you've got a backyard garden, you know how the zucchini can pile up. Cook down your bounty with this classic zucchini bread recipe for toaster ovens.
Looks like a fancy dessert, but isn't too difficult. After all, nothing you make in the toaster oven should be.
When you're making pumpkin bread for just a few people, try this simple recipe for the toaster oven.
Enough with the cold cuts! Make yourself meat for a hot sandwich in your toaster oven.
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.
Very easy pork chops. If you can spread mayonnaise and sprinkle bread crumbs, you can make this meal.
A very basic pot roast, in a smaller version that fits in your toaster oven. Great for a small family.