Make perfect hot sandwiches over a campfire, in your wood-burning fireplace or on your stovetop with this useful sandwich griller. Fill with your favorite ingredients to create breakfast pockets, grilled cheese, pita snacks, crepes, handheld pies and more. Die-cast aluminum heads boast excellent heat conductivity for crisp crusts and perfectly cooked interiors.
I grew up with one of these and made many hot, delicious sandwiches. I always buttered up the outside of of the bread which made for a crispy finish! Our original is still in good working order due to simple, solid parts. I'm ordering one for each of my three sisters for Christmas
Loved the Toas-tite when I was a child, and have found it to be just as good as I had remembered. Just be sure to follow all instructions for seasoning the grill before the first use and follow the instructions to butter the outside of bread slices and you can't go wrong.
this is a fun item for the kitchen. Was unable to find them in the US for a long time. They are popular in Australia. They call them jaffle irons. There are endless possibilities for the type of sandwich because it is sealed when finished. Egg, cheese and ham is a yummy one. Or a turkey, stuffing and gravy sandwich. Must have a gas stove though..
Is there a way to use the Toas-tite on a glass cooktop? My Mom had one of these when i was a kid. It made the best grilled cheese and p-nut butter sandwiches. But, we had a gas stove.I 'm not sure it would work on my cooktop
A shopper on Dec 12, 2013
Best Answer:I found this on the Toas Tite Facebook page:""Yes, the Toas-Tite can be used on a glass top stove....just bring the temp. to a Medium/High level and add a minute or two on each side."