Toas-Tites to come…

So we’re off and running!!! We’ll be updating this section with new recipes and new recipe ideas as they come to us. And feel free to send us your Toas-Tite recipes as we’d love to have guest recipes!!!

checking-a-toas-titeHere are recipes to come…some we’ve tried, some are yet untested, but we’ll write about them all.

We’ll be experimenting with different cheeses, breads, and of course, lots of other stuff.

by Boy and Girl


Categories: General Toas-Titeness


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5 Comments on “Toas-Tites to come…”

  1. auntie sharon
    August 4, 2009 at 10:22 am #

    Yeah! Thanks for giving me your site……..very fun Boy and Girl! I was spelling toastite entirely differently so ofcourse went far and wide and away from where I needed to be. By the way, try hashbrowns with chopped up onions and garlic, using olive oil. Pretty yummy and something a bit different from using bread. Ah, the wonderful variety of Life and teasing the taste buds………….Love ‘N Hugs……..Auntie

    P.S. Look up “Pie Irons” for purchase places

    • Girl
      August 15, 2009 at 2:57 pm #

      Auntie Sharon! Thank YOU for the recipes and the crazy hot dog iron thingy. We’ll definitely be sharing your recipes with the great wide world of the internet. See you at family dinner soon!

  2. Rastas000
    August 15, 2009 at 2:51 pm #

    Apple pies in the Pie Iron/jaffle Iron

    Unsweetened pie apples, some sultanas, soaked in whatever you want to plump them up a bit. (I use cranberry juice coz I like a tart, tart, or use a sweet juice to soften the tartness of the apple) add sugar to suit A little seasoning to suit. (Cinnamon, nutmeg etc)

    Very lightly oil the jaffle iron (or brush on a little melted butter) put the puff pastry in and cook over a relatively low heat. I would try to aim at about 7 mins both sides.

    The puff pastry will not rise as it would in an oven, but it should get crispy..

  3. September 24, 2009 at 7:16 pm #

    Oh wow, I can’t believe I found this on the internet! My dad bought one in the 50’s and I inherited it and am still using it. My whole family loves it and make mostly grilled cheese and hot apple butter sandwiches! Mine says patent pending and is shiny black from good use!

    • Girl
      September 28, 2009 at 8:23 pm #

      Hi Robin! Thanks for the comment, we’re glad you found our little Toas-Tite haven. That’s so cool your Toas-Tite has been passed down in your family. We love the grilled cheese too! And mmm…hot apple butter sandwiches sound wonderful. Any chance you might share the recipe with us? 🙂 We’d love to publish it as a guest recipe! Feel free to shoot us an email at

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