World’s Best 100 Toaster Oven Recipes

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Toaster oven recipes that will take you five minutes or little more to cook, and the health benefits are huge! That’s right, let me bring you the best 100 toaster oven recipes from around the world. I suggest you bookmark this page, and you can refer to it whenever you need to.

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Toaster oven is mostly bought for one purpose and that is toasting bread. But, this small appliance can actually help you make and bake a variety of recipes. In this article, we have collected 100 toaster oven recipes from around the world. Most of the recipes can be made within half an hour and require very few ingredients (at times less than 5).

These are some of the best toaster oven recipes, and for your convenience we have also given them a rating from 5. This rating is based on the following factors:

  • Nutrition value of the cooked item
  • Ease of making
  • Ease of availability of the ingredients
  • Time required for preparing and cooking
  • Users reviews and ratings, if available

Before you start with any recipe there is just one important tip. Unlike other ovens, the heating elements of toaster oven are quite close to your food items. This makes them cook food faster than other oven and hence, you may want to keep a close eye on the oven when you start with any new recipe. This will help you prevent overcooking or burning of food.

So, let us start with the first meal of the day, Breakfast and see what all things you can cook in your busy mornings that are also nutritious.


  1. Baked egg Tostadas (5/5)

This breakfast recipe will keep you full till your lunch time. Not only is it quick and easy to prepare, it is full of vitamins and minerals thereby giving a healthy start to your day. It has the goodness of eggs combined with some of your favorite vegetable toppings.  You can use iron rich spinach along with its partner tomatoes. Did you know that when spinach is cooked or eaten with vitamin C rich foods like tomatoes, their iron absorption increases?

  1. Sweet Potato Toast (5/5)

This is definitely a unique way to replace your high carb breakfast with a low carb one. Replace your white bread with this sweet potato toast. The thin slices of sweet potato, when toasted will be good enough to hold your toppings. Sweet potato is also high in various nutrients and fibers.

  1. Baked eggs (5/5)

This toaster oven recipe gives you a super-fast way to put breakfast on the table. Mornings are a busy time for many and preparing a wholesome breakfast that is also full of nutrients is a challenging chore daily. This baked eggs recipe uses eggs and cheese with a little salt and pepper seasoning to come up with a delicious meal that you can eat with buttered toast. It is definitely different from your regular scrambled eggs and toast breakfast.

  1. Whole wheat banana bread (5/5)

This loaf of bread is baked with a difference. Not only is it baked in a toaster oven but it also has nutrient rich bananas in it and that is why it is called the banana bread. Though, the preparation time and baking time is a little more than the other breakfast recipes here, it is definitely worth the wait. This delicious and flavorful bread will help give your day an energetic start.

  1. Monkey bread / Bacon egg bread (5/5)

This is another variety of bread that you can bake with ease in your toaster oven. Use bacon, eggs and cheese along with flour to make complete breakfast bread. What’s more it contains just 3 strips of bacon which should be good news for calorie conscious folks.

  1. Peanut Butter Breakfast Pizza (5/5)

Pizza for breakfast!? Yes, why not especially if it is loaded with nutritious stuff like banana, raisins and peanut butter. Eating raisins in the morning will not only help with your digestive system, it will also keep your bones strong as it is rich in calcium. It is a perfect breakfast for vegans craving for some fast food.

  1. Star cheese toasties (4/5)

These toasties are quick to make and are quite filling. The star studded toasties will definitely be liked by your kids too. If you have different shape cutters then you can make an assortment of different shape toasts to make your daily breakfast more interesting.

  1. Fruit Waffles (5/5)

This breakfast is a fun way to start a festive day like St. Patrick’s Day. It uses frozen waffles and a variety of different colored fruits and cheese to put on the waffle. It is not only quick to make but highly nutritious too because of the added fruits like oranges, pineapple, strawberries and grapes.

  1. Baked Cinnamon Bananas (4/5)

For those who are on a diet they can use this recipe to brighten up a boring diet routine. The recipe uses lemon, cinnamon and honey to add extra flavor and taste to your banana diet. And each one of them is also known to help in weight loss.

  1. Baked apples with oats (4/5)

If you are bored with bananas then try baking apples. This simple breakfast recipe combines the traditional goodness of oats with some cinnamon and honey. Eating apple in the morning has some additional benefits too.

  1. Egg-cado (4/5)

Avocado and eggs! The two taste good together and make a perfect combo for breakfast. Avocado is becoming increasingly popular and is also sometimes referred to as a superfruit because of its various nutrients.

  1. Sheet Pan Bacon (5/5)

This recipe is especially for bacon lovers, and it guarantees that once you start baking your bacon in the toaster oven you will never pick up your frying pan for bacons again. Baking bacon in this way will not only give you crispier bacons but they will be lighter too. You can use the bacon in your favorite sandwich or eat them as they are. There are numerous other advantages of baking bacons which you can read here.

  1. Toaster oven granola (5/5)

Who does not like to snack on some homemade granola bars? Everyone loves them not only because they are incredibly tasty but are also very filling. This recipe adds healthy almonds, walnuts and raisins to some oats to come up with a healthy breakfast option. Remember to let the granola cool completely before you use it. It helps to make bigger clumps.

  1. Mango with yogurt (4/5)

A unique combination of Mango with yogurt is an easy and quick breakfast recipe for busy moms. It hardly takes 10 minutes to make and is filled with the deliciousness of mango and the health benefits of yogurt.

  1. Baked eggs for Halloween (5/5)

This is another one for kids. And for festivals and holiday seasons. This recipe uses yellow pepper and egg to make a shape of an eye. It uses mashed avocado and a slice of olive for the center of the eye. Apart from looking quite artistic this breakfast is also quite healthy providing vitamin C and A from the peppers and protein from the eggs.

Lunch and Dinner

  1. Roasted chicken with vegetables (5/5)

This roasted chicken (which is definitely a healthier option than fried chicken) made with a variety of vegetables like sweet potato, onion, parsnip and turnip is sufficient for 2 people. Though this toaster oven recipe will take some to make (more than an hour), it is worth the wait.

  1. Salmon with green beans (5/5)

Now you can easily make this oily fish a part of your healthy diet on a regular basis as this recipe guarantees cooking time of just 15 minutes. Apart from the nutrition dense salmon you can add veggies like beans, peppers and leaks to complete your lunch.

  1. Herb roasted chicken tenders (4/5)

This recipe is by Michelin starred chef Eric Ripert, who has transformed this kids all-time favorite dish to a grown-up’s quick lunch. This recipe is quite easy and hardly takes 10 minutes of cooking time. Additionally, it uses herbs de Provence to give the chicken a special flavor and aroma.

  1. Parmesan Crusted Tilapia Fillets (4.5/5)

This one is again quick and easy to make. It is a low carb lunch having lots of flavor. It uses tilapia fillets which are a good choice for people wanting to shift from chicken to fish. Since tilapia is bland in taste it helps make the switch easier.

  1. Vegetarian stuffed peppers (4.5/5)

This stuffed peppers recipe is not too spicy and hence great for kids. Though it has entirely vegetarian ingredients you can add some turkey or ground beef according to your liking. This particular dish will serve 4 people providing nearly 500 calories per serving.

  1. Glazed Pork tenderloins with carrots (5/5)

Though this recipe requires quite a few ingredients and takes about an hour for preparation and cooking, the result is superb. You get moist pork with a delicious glaze. Carrots at the side help add to the total taste and flavor of the dish.

  1. Italian Stuffed Zucchini boats (4.5/5)

Full of some Mediterranean flavors, this Italian dish is low on carbohydrates (zucchini) and high on veggies. You will be able to prepare this vegan recipe in less than half an hour easily.

  1. Stuffed Tomatoes (4.5/5)

This recipe is by Food Network co-host Sunny Anderson and it takes about one hour 20 minutes to prepare and cook. The preparation is quite easy and uses garlic, basil, bread crumbs and pepper for filling.

  1. Oven baked Tilapia (4/5)

This is another recipe using the mild tasting Tilapia. It enhances the taste of the roasted fish with an avocado, lime and pepper sauce. This dish can be prepared under 30 minutes of time and serves 2 people.

  1. Baked Eggplant Parmesan (4.5/5)

This classic Italian dish has been tweaked a little to make it easier on the waistline. Instead of frying the eggplant slices, this recipe bakes them in the toaster oven.

  1. Margherita Pizza (5/5)

An all-time favorite of the young and old, make this cheese pizza in your toaster oven in just 30 minutes. Toppings are entirely your choice and you can select from tomatoes, pepperoni, green peppers, and mushrooms and so on.

  1. Toaster oven calzones with roasted vegetables (5/5)

This is another one for pizza lovers. This folded pizza or calzone has been made with store bought pizza dough and uses roasted veggies and 3 types of cheese for the stuffing. The best part is that you can wrap and freeze the extra calzones and use them for some other weekday lunch.

  1. Crispy sheet pan Gnocchi with veggies (5/5)

Discover the easiest way to make Gnocchi dinner with this recipe. You just need to put the Gnocchi onto the sheet pan along with some of your favorite veggies and bake it for about 20 minutes. That’s it!

  1. Broiled eggplant sandwich (5/5)

This healthy and tasty sandwich is full of various flavorful vegetables like cucumber, red peppers, red onion and yes, eggplant. It is not your regular cheese and tomato sandwich which tends to get a bit boring after sometime, but a buttery broiled eggplant sandwich with a tangy, mouth-watering flavor.

  1. Sweet potato nachos (5/5)

You can serve these delicious and spicy sweet potato nachos as a lunch for one person or as an appetizer for two. Once your sweet potato slices are baked you can top them up with your favorites, like beans or corns or onions or whatever you wish at that time.

  1. Toaster oven Tortilla Pizza (4.5/5)

This tortilla pizza has sun dried tomatoes and spinach as toppings and tastes wonderful. This lighter version of pizza has a crispy crust that will not make you feel heavy or bloated. This pizza does not require kneading dough and you can make it in 15 minutes flat.

  1. Chickpea and potato salad (4/5)

This salad will keep you full of energy as it is rich in carbohydrates and protein. It is also a great recipe for weight watchers as the ingredients are roasted in the oven and not fried in a pan. Red potatoes, unlike the white ones are a healthier choice because of their higher fiber content which will make you feel fuller for long.

  1. Twice Baked Potato (5/5)

This recipe is by pioneer woman Ree Drummond. It can be used for special occasions like birthdays or even Christmas and it is guaranteed to be crowd pleaser.

  1. Spaghetti squash pizza boats (4.5/5)

Pizza for lunch anyone? Well, this one is a healthier option for all the veggie lovers. You can personalize it any way you want and add your favorite toppings. It uses squash as the pizza base and tops it up with bell peppers, onions, tomatoes, mushrooms and spinach.

  1. Sriracha Egg salad sandwich (4.5/5)

This is another great alternative to your daily boring sandwich. You can assemble this egg sandwich in 30 minutes time only. Just prepare your kale chips a day before and add them to the sandwich at your lunch time. This will keep them crispier and tastier.

  1. Refreshing Quinoa salad (5/5)

Did you know that the year 2013 was recognized as the International Year of Quinoa? Quinoa is one of the most popular foods today and has attained the status of a super-food because of its high nutritional content. This quinoa salad recipe is high in nutrition as well as taste.

  1. Balsamic Bruschetta on crostini (4.5/5)

This tomato crostini can easily become a light summer dinner for two. Or you can cut it into small pieces to serve it as an appetizer. This dish is fairly easy to prepare and takes very little time to put together.

  1. Toaster oven pizza bagels (4.5/5)

You can use these mini pizzas as a snack, an appetizer or even as a dinner. They are very easy to make and hardly take 15 minutes to cook.  You can add all your favorite toppings in it and enjoy the great taste.

  1. Golden beet and avocado toast (4.5/5)

We all know that beetroots are very healthy but their earthy taste might put some people off them. In such a case it is a good idea to use Golden beets instead. They are as nutrient rich as red beets and have a less earthy taste. They are also much easier to clean than red beets. Use them along with avocado to make this delicious toast that is not only healthy but quite filling too.

  1. Baked Peanut tofu sandwich (5/5)

This mouth-watering vegan sandwich will be even liked by people who do not like tofu much.  The peanut butter encrusted tofu will make you change your mind about tofu and its bland taste. Derive the various benefits of tofu through this sandwich which is not only delicious but is also quite easy to make.

  1. Sesame Tempeh sandwich (5/5)

This is another great vegan sandwich which uses the popular meat substitute tempeh. Tempeh is in fact better than meat because it is easily digestible. It is abundant in protein which helps in maintaining muscle tissues. Apart from this tempeh is also a good source of vitamin B and healthy fats.

  1. Falafel roasted veggie naan-wich (5/5)

This falafel affair does take some preparation time but the results are absolutely mind blowing. Firstly, the falafel is not deep fried but is baked in the toaster oven. It uses some 5 ingredients like lentils, herbs and garlic for making it. It is then lined up in the naan along with some roasted carrots and cauliflower.

  1. Pork kebabs (4/5)

In this recipe you have to mix pork with tomato paste, garlic, cumin and cinnamon and keep it in the fridge for up to 8 hours. Though, you can keep it there for just 30 minutes if you are in a hurry. Afterwards, grill it along with other vegetables like eggplant and onions to get the perfect pork kebabs.

  1. Lasagna Toasts (4.5/5)

These lasagna toasts use three varieties of cheese (ricotta cheese, Pecorino Romano cheese, mozzarella cheese) to get the unique traditional flavor of this oldest type of pasta. The dish hardly takes half an hour to make and serves 4 persons.

  1. Banana Meat Loaves (4/5)

Did you know that vegans use Banana as an egg substitute while baking cookies? Well, this recipe uses the same concept and puts in banana as the binding agent instead of eggs and milk. It is actually quite simple to make. Just mix all the ingredients in a bowl and mash them till they are smooth. Add the bread crumbs and meat and bake it in the toaster oven.

  1. Stuffed Mushrooms (4.5/5)

These stuffed mushrooms are light, healthy and quite filling. You can eat them in main course or as a side dish. They work great as picnic lunches too. The recipe uses Portabella mushrooms. Like any other mushrooms, portabella mushrooms are a great and natural source of vitamin D. You can use them in a variety of dishes because of their size. They are ideal for stuffing and grilling.

  1. Baked fish and chips (5/5)

Try this healthier version of fish and chips in your toaster oven. The popular fried fish and chip  has a pretty high number of calories (998 for a portion) as compared with the calories in the baked version (281 per serving).

  1. Toaster oven pesto salmon (4.5/5)

This is a very simple recipe of cooking salmon in the toaster oven. Salmon is an oily fish that is quite high in protein and omega-3 acids. This recipe just requires you to marinate the fish and then bake it in the oven for about 8-10 minutes. For the pesto you can also refer this Jamie Oliver recipe.

  1. Oven baked Tandoori Chicken (5/5)

Make this spicy, flavorful Indian recipe in your toaster oven. It is one of the best toaster oven recipes in lunch and dinner category. You just need to mix all the marinate ingredients and marinate the chicken with them. After marinating for few hours or even overnight shake off the excess marinade from the chicken. Bake the chicken in the oven, taking it out after every 10-15 minutes to put more marinade on it. It will take nearly 40 minutes to cook the chicken completely.

  1. Miso glazed toaster oven salmon (5/5)

This is another recipe that uses salmon. But the difference between this recipe and the others discussed in the article is that this one can be prepared in 5 minutes flat. It is one of the fastest, easiest and least messy recipes to cook salmon.


  1. Soft Peanut Butter cookies (5/5)

This recipe uses yummy peanut butter to make a dozen cookies. Mix the wet ingredients using a beater. Add the dry ingredients to the mixture. The resultant dough will be crumbly. Make balls from 3 tablespoon size portions and place them on the cookie sheet. Bake them for about 20 minutes and your cookies will be ready.

  1. Buttermilk confetti cake (5/5)

Did you know that adding buttermilk to cakes or muffin recipes help to make them soft and light? The acid in the buttermilk gives volume to the cake and also interferes with gluten formation. This helps make the cake tender and moist. And this recipe also uses buttermilk to come up with a delicious looking cake.

  1. Chocolate chip pecan oatmeal cookies (5/5)

Apart from being tasty, these cookies are also quite healthy. They have been made from fiber rich oatmeal and nutrient laden pecan. The recipe also includes freezing the cookie mixture for half an hour to get the best taste and flavors.

  1. Cowboy cookies (5/5)

These cowboy cookies were prepared by David Sutherland on the Food Network’s cookie challenge in 2006. Apart from the regular cookie flour mix it has oats, coconut, pecan and chocolate chips. They together make a great combination and add taste and flavor, making the cookies an all-time favorite.

  1. Mini gingerbread bundt cake with cinnamon glaze (4.5/5)

This toaster oven recipe uses a variety of ingredients like cloves, nutmeg, cinnamon and ginger. This cake is tender and moist and has an additional sweet cinnamon glaze on the top to get the perfect taste.

  1. Easy peach cobbler (4.5/5)

This peach cobbler is quite easy to make and is a perfect dessert after a summertime dinner. You can substitute peaches with any other seasonal fruit. You can serve the dish with vanilla ice cream to make it more interesting.

  1. Toaster oven chocolate cookies (4.5/5)

These chocolate cookies are stuffed with peanut butter cups in the center. You can make these cookies easily in your toaster oven any time. In fact you can refrigerate the cookie mix and use it whenever you want some freshly baked dessert.

  1. Heritage chocolate chip cookies (5/5)

This particular chocolate chip cookies use vegetable shortening instead of butter in the cookie dough, probably that’s why the name “heritage”, since using shortening for baking is a traditional way. In case you are wondering what is the difference between using butter or shortening you can read that here. In general, cookies made from shortening are softer and taller than cookies made from butter.

  1. Sweet potato hand pies (4.5/5)

This pie is quite easy to make as it uses mashed sweet potato and store bought pie dough. You can also make your pie dough at home if you like. Just mix mashed potato with some brown sugar and nuts like pecan. Roll out the dough in small circles and put 2 teaspoons of filling at the center in each one of them. Fold the pressed out dough and seal it from the sides. Bake them in your toaster oven for about 10-12 minutes. Eat them when they have cooled completely.

  1. Lemon olive oil cupcakes (4.5/5)

This small recipe takes just 15 minutes to bake. You will love the citrus taste of the cake which you can get from any citrus fruit like lemon, orange or grapefruit. Olive oil adds to the nutrition value of the cupcake.

  1. Toaster oven carrot cake (5/5)

This moist and tender carrot cake has raisins, pineapple, pecans and coconut. All are very nutritious and contain various vitamins and minerals. This cake takes less than an hour to prepare and bake. Just mix the dry and wet ingredients separately and then blend them together. Add your nutrient rich food items like carrots and coconuts and put the mixture in a pan to bake.

  1. Pumpkin spice cream cheese cookies (4.5/5)

You can prepare this cookie dough in minutes and it does not require chilling. After preparing the dough just put in 1 teaspoon of the dough onto the cookie tray and bake the cookies for 13-15 minutes.

  1. Blueberry mango crumble (5/5)

This vegan recipe uses healthy ingredients like mango, blueberry (a super fruit?) and oats to come up with a delicious dessert. It is low in calories and fat and you can make it quite easily and quickly.

  1. Fruit pizza (4.5/5)

This is an extremely easy dessert recipe and also one of the best toaster oven recipes. This one will also fulfill your pizza cravings. You just need to heat the flatbread in the toaster oven and then spread your cheese mix and top it up with fruits like strawberries, blueberries and kiwi. It has just 100 calories per serving and is full of nutrients like vitamin C and K.

  1. Fruit tacos (4.5/5)

If you can make a fruit pizza, then why leave fruit taco behind? This recipe uses ingenuity to make the perfectly shaped tacos. You just need to pop the muffins tray upside down in your toaster oven and place the cinnamon sprinkled tacos in between the muffin cups. Once the tacos are roasted fill them with your favorite fruit combination like mango, strawberries, and apples and so on.

  1. Strawberry banana bread (5/5)

This recipe takes some time to prepare and cook (nearly an hour) but the resultant bread is both delicious and nutritious. The steps are easy to follow. First combine the wet ingredients together. Mix the dry ingredient and add mashed banana and strawberries into the mixture. Since strawberries might release water it is important to make the batter a little thick. Bake it for 55-60 minutes and let the bread cool completely before slicing.

  1. Chocolate dipped coconut macaroons (5/5)

These chocolate dipped macaroons will last you for a week when kept in an airtight container. Mix all the given ingredients in the bowl and transfer one packed tablespoon of mixture on to the tray. Bake them for 25 minutes and then let them cool completely. Once cooled, dip them in melted chocolate and refrigerate for 20 minutes. There is also a vegan version of the same dish if you do not want to use eggs.

  1. Brown sugar baked grapefruit (4.5/5)

This sweet and spicy dessert is very easy to make and is also quite healthy. You can use your toaster oven to bake grapefruit with sprinkled mixture of ginger, cinnamon and brown sugar. It is perfect for busy mornings as it hardly takes a few minutes to prepare.

  1. Peanut butter and jelly banana boats (5/5)

The best thing about this dessert is that you can eat it as breakfast too. This healthier banana dessert option is baked along with granola hence can come under breakfast category also. What’s more, it just takes a total of 20 minutes to prepare and cook it.

  1. Smore bites (5/5)

This is a very quick recipe. Just halve the crackers and place half a marshmallow on top of them. Bake them for a few seconds till the smores turn golden brown. Take them out of the oven and place one Hershey’s kiss on top of each baked marshmallow. And a tasty treat is ready just like that!

Sides, Snacks and Appetizers

  1. Smoked gouda bacon macaroni and cheese (4.5/5)

This toaster oven recipe has various different steps like making the breadcrumb mixture for sprinkling, cooking pasta, preparing the macaroni mix and so on. But the final result is worth all that trouble. This dish is guaranteed to satisfy your taste buds. And, it is quite filling too.

  1. Sweet or savory baked sweet potatoes (5/5)

Well, if the previous recipe was too detailed, this one is just a 3 step procedure. Heat the oven. Prick and place the sweet potatoes in the oven. Serve them with butter once they are baked. You can make this side dish for special occasions like thanksgiving or Christmas. It is ideal for kids too, because of high nutrition content.

  1. Baked asparagus fries (5/5)

This is another kid’s friendly, healthy side meal. It is much better than the regular potato fries because, first, these fries are baked and not fried; second, they use healthier asparagus rather than using starchy potatoes.

  1. Roasted Cajun okra (5/5)

This is a great vegetable side dish that takes hardly 20 minutes to prepare and cook. Remember to dry your okra completely before cutting and cooking. This will ensure lesser slime and crispier cooked okra.

  1. Bacon muffins (4.5/5)

These muffins are not exactly sweet. They are made by mixing bacon with cornmeal, eggs, milk and whole wheat flour. They are a delicious and flavorful snack that you can top up with some honey while eating.

  1. Cheesy squash and zucchini casserole (4.5/5)

Preparing this dish takes some time and hence you can reserve it for holidays or festive seasons. The dish contains 278 calories per serving and provides nutrients like protein, vitamin A and C and Calcium. The yellow squash in the recipe is a major source of these nutrients.

  1. Sheet pan chicken nachos (5/5)

Nachos are an all-time favorite snack. This recipe uses nachos along with shredded chicken, avocado, onion, corn, tomatoes, lettuce and cheese. You can actually add or subtract any topping according to your liking. Bake them all together till the cheese melts and use the dish as an appetizer.

  1. Parmesan peas (5/5)

You can prepare these cheesy peas in just 15 minutes and serve them as a side dish. This dish is high in protein because of the peas. It is a good side dish for kids as well.

  1. Baked wonton cups (5/5)

This is an easy and quick way to prepare a delicious appetizer. You just need to bake the wonton cups in the muffin tray. Prepare a filling of your choice and then fill the pre baked wonton cups with them. You can make filling of bacon+cheese+jalapenos or a chicken salad or a tuna salad or even a sweet filling. The possibilities are endless and will depend upon your liking and what ingredients you have at that moment.

  1. Baked coconut shrimp (4.5/5)

You can use this dish as an appetizer or even as a full dinner. Just dip each shrimp in the cornstarch mixture, then in the egg white and then roll it over coconut flakes. Bake the shrimp for 15-20 minutes and it is ready to serve. One serving has 310 calories and lots of vitamin A and calcium.

  1. Broiled crabcakes with herb sauce (4.5/5)

This is a great appetizer recipe that you can serve during Thanksgiving, Christmas or New Year party. The crab cakes are coated with mayonnaise mix and then shaped into patties. They are then placed on broiler pan and broiled for about 4-4 minutes on both the sides.

  1. Roasted pumpkin seeds (5/5)

It is very easy to prepare this snack in your toaster oven. Butter the pumpkin seeds and spread them in the oven tray. Bake them for 45 minutes till they become crispy golden brown. Pumpkin seeds are small powerhouse of nutrients. They are rich in vitamins, minerals, proteins and healthy fats.

  1. Crispy potato skin strips (4/5)

You can use these potato skin strips instead of nachos, to fill with your favorite cheesy toppings. You just need to bake some boiled potato skins and fill them up with toppings like corns, beans, tomatoes and so on.

  1. Toaster oven baked potato wedges (4.5/5)

These potato wedges are baked with the skin side down. This prevents them from becoming soggy. You can add seasoning before baking to get some delicious baked potato wedges.

  1. Kale chips (5/5)

This simple recipe bakes kale in the toaster oven and then sprinkles it with sea salt and lemon zest to give it a unique flavor and taste. These chips are quick and easy to prepare and quite nutritious too.

  1. Roasted baby potatoes (4.5/5)

Baking large potatoes take time and hence you have to cut them before you can bake them. In case of baby potatoes you need not cut them at all. Just pierce them with a fork (to prevent exploding) and bake them whole. Sprinkle them with salt, pepper, butter and some herbs.

  1. Grilled cheese tomato (4.5/5)

This is a quick toaster oven recipe which will hardly take few minutes to prepare. Place tomato slices on crackers. Top the tomato with cheese and bake till the cheese melts. It is a delicious, fresh and healthy snack which you can prepare anytime.

  1. Roast tomatoes (5/5)

This is another tomato centered recipe. Roasting tomatoes brings out a completely different flavor and you can either eat them as it is or use them in sandwiches, burgers and salads.

  1. Applesauce cornbread (4.5/5)

This applesauce cornbread can be used as a snack or as a brunch. The recipe is by Food networks chef and TV host Melissa Darabian. It is a simple recipe that you can make within an hour’s time.

  1. Roasted Persimmon slices (5/5)

The sweet taste of Persimmon is enhanced upon roasting. By adding various spices like nutmeg, cinnamon and paprika, the roasted fruit tastes even better. It is certainly a delicious way to get some vitamin C.

  1. Toasted pine nuts (4.5/5)

The edible seeds of a pine cone, the pine nuts are a rich source of good fats and vitamin E. Roast these healthy nuts in your toaster oven to use them as time pass snacks.

  1. Baked brie with apples and cranberries (5/5)

This delicious and warm apple and cranberry brie will be loved by all. You can confidently bake them for guests or for some other such special occasion. It uses almonds, apples, cranberries as toppings. Each serving contains 150 calories.

  1. Thyme-roasted figs (5/5)

These baked figs are topped with thyme leaves, Burrata cheese and prosciutto. This classic recipe hardly takes 10 minutes to prepare and has very few ingredients. Figs are known for their high fiber content and are full of vitamins and minerals.

  1. Baked tofu (5/5)

Baked tofu can be used in sandwiches, salads or even as a snack. If you are using as a snack then toss it with cornstarch before baking. This makes the baked tofu crispier.

  1. Pita chips (4.5/5)

Use the Middle Eastern bread Pita, to make some delicious snacks. You can make these pita chips easily at home with your toaster oven and serve them with mint and yogurt sauce.

  1. Roasted artichokes (5/5)

This is a very traditional and unique way of making artichokes. The melted butter dipping adds to the overall deliciousness of the dish. The recipe is quite simple requiring steaming the artichokes first, and then baking them in the toaster oven.

  1. Toaster oven roasted Brussels sprouts (5/5)

This is probably the perfect way to cook Brussels sprouts without making them soggy or mushy. Brussels sprouts baked in this way are tender and delicious to eat. You can season it with salt and pepper according to your taste.

  1. Roasted chestnuts (4.5/5)

Chestnuts are high on fiber and are a good source of healthy fats. They help boost your immune system and prevent diseases like diabetes and blood pressure. This recipe helps you make some roasted chestnuts that taste much better than any store bought packet of chestnuts.

  1. Veggie Hummus flatbread (5/5)

This is a great snack option for 2 people and can also be used as lunch for one person. You just need to bake the flatbread in your toaster oven and then spread hummus on it. Top it with some tasty veggies like cucumber, tomatoes, bell peppers and onion. It is a quick, easy and delicious way to add veggies to your daily diet.

  1. Toaster oven French fries (4.5/5)

Any article on recipes will be incomplete if it did not cover French fries. This internationally acclaimed food though tastes really good is quite fattening. One small pack of McDonald’s French fries has nearly 230 calories in it. Instead use this recipe to make French fries at home that are much healthier option than the fried ones.


Hopefully, our selection of toaster oven recipes will help you make some easy, delicious and healthy meals for you and your family. If you have any queries regarding toaster oven or its recipes, do let us know and we will be happy to help you out and provide you with answers. Till then, Happy Cooking (or baking)!