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Enjoy delicious and fresh weeknight meals in just minutes with these easy recipes using the most underrated yet versatile appliance in the kitchen—the toaster oven! While your standard oven is great for big meals, who wants to wait for it to pre-heat when you’re making weeknight dinner? That’s when the toaster oven comes in handy! As one of the most flexible and space-savin Enjoy delicious and fresh weeknight meals in just minutes with these easy recipes using the most underrated yet versatile appliance in the kitchen—the toaster oven! While your standard oven is great for big meals, who wants to wait for it to pre-heat when you’re making weeknight dinner? That’s when the toaster oven comes in handy! As one of the most flexible and space-saving appliances in the kitchen, the toaster oven can do everything a standard oven can but is faster, easier to clean, and more energy-efficient. In Toaster Oven Takeover, you’ll learn how to make recipes the whole family will enjoy, like: -Freezer-Ready Breakfast Burritos -Stromboli -Sweet Chili-Glazed Wings -Lemon-Roasted Fish with Olives + Capers -German Chocolate Cake -And more! Perfect for cooks of every skill level, Toaster Oven Takeover is chock-full of recipe tips as well as toaster oven basics. Whether you’re maximizing space in a small apartment or just looking for a faster way to put dinner on the table, Toaster Oven Takeover will make your toaster your go-to for delicious perfectly cooked meals that can be made in no time!


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Enjoy delicious and fresh weeknight meals in just minutes with these easy recipes using the most underrated yet versatile appliance in the kitchen—the toaster oven! While your standard oven is great for big meals, who wants to wait for it to pre-heat when you’re making weeknight dinner? That’s when the toaster oven comes in handy! As one of the most flexible and space-savin Enjoy delicious and fresh weeknight meals in just minutes with these easy recipes using the most underrated yet versatile appliance in the kitchen—the toaster oven! While your standard oven is great for big meals, who wants to wait for it to pre-heat when you’re making weeknight dinner? That’s when the toaster oven comes in handy! As one of the most flexible and space-saving appliances in the kitchen, the toaster oven can do everything a standard oven can but is faster, easier to clean, and more energy-efficient. In Toaster Oven Takeover, you’ll learn how to make recipes the whole family will enjoy, like: -Freezer-Ready Breakfast Burritos -Stromboli -Sweet Chili-Glazed Wings -Lemon-Roasted Fish with Olives + Capers -German Chocolate Cake -And more! Perfect for cooks of every skill level, Toaster Oven Takeover is chock-full of recipe tips as well as toaster oven basics. Whether you’re maximizing space in a small apartment or just looking for a faster way to put dinner on the table, Toaster Oven Takeover will make your toaster your go-to for delicious perfectly cooked meals that can be made in no time!

30 review for Toaster Oven Takeover: Easy and Delicious Recipes to Make in Your Toaster Oven

  1. 4 out of 5

    Lyndie

    LOVE LOVE LOVE this little cookbook. Honestly our toaster oven is probably the most underused appliance in the kitchen, but after looking through this book that is about to change! I had no idea there were so many ways that I could have been using it! I love the simplicity that this cookbook offers. The recipes in this book are fairly simple and easy to follow but also seem delicious. I wish there were more photographs of the food but the ones featured looked scrumptious. I received a digital cop LOVE LOVE LOVE this little cookbook. Honestly our toaster oven is probably the most underused appliance in the kitchen, but after looking through this book that is about to change! I had no idea there were so many ways that I could have been using it! I love the simplicity that this cookbook offers. The recipes in this book are fairly simple and easy to follow but also seem delicious. I wish there were more photographs of the food but the ones featured looked scrumptious. I received a digital copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review .

  2. 5 out of 5

    R

    I love to cook, but I don’t like the heat from the oven. So I often use my toaster oven. This book offered a variety of recipes for not only breakfast, lunch, dinners, and desserts, but appetizers, side dishes, and different types of bread, as well. During this pandemic, I think I exhausted my usual go to recipes and family favorites. So I found myself googling different but tasty/healthy recipes. There are many to choose from in this book and you could always substitute certain items if you are I love to cook, but I don’t like the heat from the oven. So I often use my toaster oven. This book offered a variety of recipes for not only breakfast, lunch, dinners, and desserts, but appetizers, side dishes, and different types of bread, as well. During this pandemic, I think I exhausted my usual go to recipes and family favorites. So I found myself googling different but tasty/healthy recipes. There are many to choose from in this book and you could always substitute certain items if you are vegan or gluten free, which I do for many recipes. Highly recommended for anyone who wants to create many different meals beyond the overused toast setting. An ARC was given for an honest review.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Kristine Mckenna

    I was so excited to get this cookbook. I like to cook, and do almost every night for myself and my parents. I live nearby, and have the same Breville Smart Toaster as my parents. It works so well. It is used every single day. However, many times it just for easy broiling of meat, toasting sandwiches, roasting potatoes and such. So, to get a cookbook with such a large variety of types of food, really will allow me to try different recipes in and fast and East way. I love the mini Chicken Pot Pies I was so excited to get this cookbook. I like to cook, and do almost every night for myself and my parents. I live nearby, and have the same Breville Smart Toaster as my parents. It works so well. It is used every single day. However, many times it just for easy broiling of meat, toasting sandwiches, roasting potatoes and such. So, to get a cookbook with such a large variety of types of food, really will allow me to try different recipes in and fast and East way. I love the mini Chicken Pot Pies. I have the ramekins to use, so this is a perfect recipe. Sometimes, larger pot pies don’t cook evenly and take a lot longer to cook. I can also make these ahead and freeze them, so I have something already prepared. I love homemade Granola and frequently make it in my oven. I am cooking it just for myself, so don’t need a huge amount. If I can do this in my toaster oven, it is much easier and always cooks quickly. If you want to eat healthy, cooking from scratch really becomes important, but there is a time element here. To have a variety of delicious healthy recipes is such a great thing. I can have healthy items ready to go. That is essential these days. The cookbook has varied ingredients, but none I would have a problem getting. The only reason I gave this a 4 Star review is b/c the book is in black and white, and I really like colored pictures of each dish. I do think the B&W format detracts from the book. That is my only complaint though, so it is ok. Otherwise, recommend this to anyone who cooks. Thank you NetGalley for providing an advance copy of this book.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Susan's Reviews

    Toaster Oven Takeover is right up my alley: I love using my toaster oven to cook just about everything. (My regular oven is mostly used for storage these days.) The authors provide in depth instructions on how to use your standard toaster oven, and I agree, modern convection ovens are a lifesaver! I liked the warnings about using foil in your toaster ovens (I use foil all of the time, but in conjunction with an aluminium or metal pan, and, also as suggested by the authors, I always make sure that Toaster Oven Takeover is right up my alley: I love using my toaster oven to cook just about everything. (My regular oven is mostly used for storage these days.) The authors provide in depth instructions on how to use your standard toaster oven, and I agree, modern convection ovens are a lifesaver! I liked the warnings about using foil in your toaster ovens (I use foil all of the time, but in conjunction with an aluminium or metal pan, and, also as suggested by the authors, I always make sure that the foil never touches the side or top of the toaster oven. You are also warned NEVER to use foil on the drip tray: it is a fire hazard. We have to remember that the element is much closer to the foil than it would be in a regular stove. The authors also warn the reader against using glass or other non-metal ovenware in a toaster oven. Again, your dish is way too close to the elements to be safe. (Note: I've used those thick foil take out trays from the dollar stores with no problems, although I do put them on a sheet pan or tray for ease of removal (and extra safety.) All of these suggestions are to be found in this very well planned toaster oven cook book. And now for the yummy recipes! The prepare-ahead toaster oven breakfast oatmeal sounds delicious and easy to assemble the night before. But let's head straight to lunch and dinner! The Thai Chicken pizza with Cauliflower Crust sounds delicious - and healthy for the no-carb/low-carb chefs out there. I, for one, am definitely going to try the Stromboli recipe - sounds like a great lunch on the go for busy people like me! After you make your way through the main dishes, like Chicken Wellington (my personal favourite!), Steak with Herbed Butter, Chipotle-Glazed SouthWestern Meatloaf, Sheet Pan Beef Fajitas, Honey Glazed Ginger Pork Meatballs and Middle Eastern Roasted Chicken, you can try some of their dip suggestions: Artichoke dip and Carmelized Onion dip. The Sheet Pan Loaded Nachos will fill up any empty spaces that the previous entrees may have left behind! There are also plenty of side dishes: Loaded Cauliflower Casserole and a tantalizing recipe for Roasted Fennel with Wine and Parmesan. The Parmesan and Garlic French Fries look easy to whip up and will be gone in a flash, they sound so tasty! For dessert, you can't go wrong with the Best Ever Cinnamon Rolls recipe, but the Danish Pecan Pastry is also tempting! For us coffee lovers, we get a double whammy with Espresso Chip Muffins. The Lemon Blueberry Scones will be next on my list after I scarf down a few of those muffins! I usually comment on the layout and the pictures, which I always enjoy looking at. Alas, this ARC was in black, white and grey. I therefore have to take off a point and rate this cookbook ARC a 4 out of 5, because I also eat with my eyes! My thanks to the author, publisher and NetGalley for an ARC of this cookbook in exchange for an honest review.

  5. 5 out of 5

    ʚϊɞ Shelley's ʚϊɞ Book Nook

    This cookbook is great. So far all the recipes have turned out really well, were easy to make and clean up after. The toaster oven experience is new to me, I just got one last January and have only used it for toast and heating items up, so I can use all the help I can get. I loved the little tips and suggestions in the book too and I even used some of those tips to prepare items that were not listed as recipes. Freezer to Oven Chocolate Chip Cookies (I added walnuts) Family Favorite This cookbook is great. So far all the recipes have turned out really well, were easy to make and clean up after. The toaster oven experience is new to me, I just got one last January and have only used it for toast and heating items up, so I can use all the help I can get. I loved the little tips and suggestions in the book too and I even used some of those tips to prepare items that were not listed as recipes. Freezer to Oven Chocolate Chip Cookies (I added walnuts) Family Favorite Pizza Roast Chicken (Bacon Wrapped) Tuscan Pork Tenderloin All in all, a handy little book, and a good resource. Now I need a cookbook for convection cooking since my toaster oven has a nice convection feature, and this book didn't go into that. My only other niggle is that there are no colour photographs and not every recipe has a photo. That would have helped tremendously. Disclousure: Thank you NetGalley, Roxanne Wyss, Kathy Moore and Tiller Press for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an impartial review; all opinions are my own. #NetGalley

  6. 5 out of 5

    Alicia Bayer

    This is a fine cookbook for those who follow the Standard American Diet kind of eating and want recipes to use in their toaster ovens. I was mildly horrified at the unhealthiness of some of the recipes, like one that called for soaking a sleeve of saltine crackers in canola oil and sprinkling them with herbs and baking them. Um... Also, my ARC was entirely in grayscale. I don't know if the final copy will be in color and I can't imagine a major publisher releasing a cookbook in black and white, b This is a fine cookbook for those who follow the Standard American Diet kind of eating and want recipes to use in their toaster ovens. I was mildly horrified at the unhealthiness of some of the recipes, like one that called for soaking a sleeve of saltine crackers in canola oil and sprinkling them with herbs and baking them. Um... Also, my ARC was entirely in grayscale. I don't know if the final copy will be in color and I can't imagine a major publisher releasing a cookbook in black and white, but it made the photos incredibly unappealing. There were photos of maybe 1/2 or 1/3 of the recipes, but I didn't really want to make any of them because all the food was gray. There is no nutritional information. There is no information about recipes that work for special diets like gluten free, paleo or vegetarian, and there is not much focus on providing these sorts of recipes. A short intro teaches you about toaster ovens. After that, there are chapters such as breakfast and brunch, sandwiches, breads, desserts and sheet pan dinners. This isn't a book I could see myself using but for those in its target audience, it is likely to be a helpful book. I read a temporary digital ARC of this book for review.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    Perfect for college students! This fantastic little cookbook has scrumptious recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, sides and desserts. All of the recipes are easy to follow with short ingredient lists.. Great for using in addition to your oven or in place of an oven. Thank you to Tiller Press and NetGalley for allowing me to read a pre-release of this cookbook. My review is voluntary and all opinions are my own.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Linda Leone

    I've had my toaster oven for a while but wanted to branch out with more meals made in it. This cook book fits the bill perfectly. A good variety of recipes from breakfast to dinner. Pizza, meats, side dishes, sandwiches and so much more are included. Time to get cooking! Thanks to netgalley and Tiller Press for the inspiration. I've had my toaster oven for a while but wanted to branch out with more meals made in it. This cook book fits the bill perfectly. A good variety of recipes from breakfast to dinner. Pizza, meats, side dishes, sandwiches and so much more are included. Time to get cooking! Thanks to netgalley and Tiller Press for the inspiration.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Mego

    Who knew! You can make just about anything in a toaster oven that you can in a REGULAR oven. Neat! This cookbook covers the full gauntlet of meals from breakfast to dessert and then some. The food sounds and looks delicious, with some lovely tantalizing photos throughout. I have but one real concern about this cookbook - who's the audience? A lot of the recipes, most of them really, are for multiple servings intended for families. I don't think there's a lot of people out there using a toaster o Who knew! You can make just about anything in a toaster oven that you can in a REGULAR oven. Neat! This cookbook covers the full gauntlet of meals from breakfast to dessert and then some. The food sounds and looks delicious, with some lovely tantalizing photos throughout. I have but one real concern about this cookbook - who's the audience? A lot of the recipes, most of them really, are for multiple servings intended for families. I don't think there's a lot of people out there using a toaster oven to cook for their families on the regular, and I think this cookbook would have been better suited to one or two serving recipes - smaller portions for a smaller oven. Still, it's a useful book to expand your horizons of toaster oven use, and there's lots of helpful info in the front and back for beginning cooks who might actually be using a toaster oven for the first time.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Kathy

    Thanks to Netgalley for the opportunity to read this book. I'm always looking for new cooking ideas and this fits the bill. I make toast in my toaster oven and would love to use it for more. I wish there were more pictures. Nutritional information is missing which is a big downer for me. The Fitecracker Bites were good and easy to make. The Middle Eastern roasted chicken was also good. Thanks to Netgalley for the opportunity to read this book. I'm always looking for new cooking ideas and this fits the bill. I make toast in my toaster oven and would love to use it for more. I wish there were more pictures. Nutritional information is missing which is a big downer for me. The Fitecracker Bites were good and easy to make. The Middle Eastern roasted chicken was also good.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Janet

    Date reviewed: October 7, 2020 When life for the entire universe and planet turns on its end and like everyone else you "have nothing to do" while your place of work is once again closed and you are continuing to be in #COVID19 #socialisolation as the #secondwave is upon us, superspeed readers like me can read 300+ pages/hour, so yes, I have read the book … and many more today. I requested and received a temporary digital Advance Reader Copy of this book from #NetGalley, the publisher and the auth Date reviewed: October 7, 2020 When life for the entire universe and planet turns on its end and like everyone else you "have nothing to do" while your place of work is once again closed and you are continuing to be in #COVID19 #socialisolation as the #secondwave is upon us, superspeed readers like me can read 300+ pages/hour, so yes, I have read the book … and many more today. I requested and received a temporary digital Advance Reader Copy of this book from #NetGalley, the publisher and the author in exchange for an honest review. From the publisher, as I do not repeat the contents or story of books in reviews, I let them do it as they do it better than I do 😸. Enjoy delicious, freshly cooked meals in just minutes with these easy recipes using the most underrated yet versatile appliance in the kitchen—the toaster oven. You may think a toaster oven is just a tool for making a simple grilled cheese sandwich, but now it can do so much more! While your standard oven is great for big meals, it may be too large when you’re just cooking for one or two people or when you are in too much of a rush to wait for your full-size oven to pre-heat. That’s when the toaster oven comes in handy! As one of the most flexible and space-saving appliances in the kitchen, the toaster oven can do everything a standard oven can do but is faster, easier to clean, and more energy-efficient. Now, you can make delicious meals like breakfast burritos, stromboli, sweet chilli glazed wings, sheet-pan fish with olives and capers, or even German chocolate cake right in your toaster oven. Perfect for cooks of every skill level, Toaster Oven Takeover is chock-full of recipe tips as well as toaster oven basics, including recommendations for the best types of baking dishes or whether to use parchment paper or aluminum foil. These quick and easy recipes will make this book your go-to for delicious perfectly cooked meals that can be made in no time! Didn't Sonja Tremont Morgan (of Real Housewives of New York) master the toaster oven and "cook for royalty" with hers? So, she didn't write this book? (Snarky laugh). The recipes here are very appealing- I just donated my unused toaster oven to the Goodwill so I just may have to adapt them for my big oven or air fryer or use these recipes when at my mom's - she uses her toaster oven almost exclusively. This book is perfect for her (well, seniors in general) and college students or anyone who does not have a whole lot of space in their kitchen - I am going to do the baked fish with olives and capers tonight in the big oven. The recipes are well written and understandable by cooks of all levels and the photos make the food very appealing to myself and other lovers of food out there. What I love about the book is that it uses whole ingredients instead of pre-prepared and packaged foods. I do draw the line at making my own cheese, and canning tomatoes but the more "ingredients" you use the better. My one nephew says that I never have any food in my house, only ingredients --- that is why I cook so much. I also refuse to eat or cook with "chick'n" and its 88 ingredients vs. 🐔chicken🐔 having one!) As always, I try to find a reason to not rate with stars as I love emojis (outside of their incessant use by "🙏-ed Social Influencer Millennials/#BachelorNation survivors/Tik-Tok and YouTube Millionaires/snowflakes etc. " on Instagram and Twitter... Get a real job, people!) so let's give it 🥘🥘🥘🥘🥘

  12. 5 out of 5

    Annie

    To be published on my blog at release: Nonstop Reader. Toaster Oven Takeover is a beautifully presented niche cookbook with recipes developed by Roxanne Wyss & Kathy Moore. Due out 21st Jan 2021 from Simon & Schuster on their Tiller Press imprint, it's 192 pages and will be available in paperback and ebook formats. Toaster ovens (and most other appliances) have come a long long long way since I was a university student in the 80s. My dorm room toaster oven could just about be relied on to proc To be published on my blog at release: Nonstop Reader. Toaster Oven Takeover is a beautifully presented niche cookbook with recipes developed by Roxanne Wyss & Kathy Moore. Due out 21st Jan 2021 from Simon & Schuster on their Tiller Press imprint, it's 192 pages and will be available in paperback and ebook formats. Toaster ovens (and most other appliances) have come a long long long way since I was a university student in the 80s. My dorm room toaster oven could just about be relied on to process a pre-made pot pie (remember those?) or toast a couple of slices of bread. I don't remember ever cooking anything in mine other than the aforementioned or possibly some frozen pizza rolls or a baguette. Today's versions come with multiple functions, convection cooking, adjustable trays, exact temperature controls and lots more bells and whistles. This cookbook does a great job of providing recipes which exploit the benefits and minimize the drawbacks of the modern toaster oven. Toaster ovens heat up faster, are more energy efficient, are the perfect size for smaller quantities of food, and are more convenient. The introduction covers the different types of ovens, tips for using convection settings, tools and supplies, related safety (no parchment paper!), pantry ingredients, and some other general considerations. The recipe chapters are arranged thematically: breakfast & brunch, pizza & flatbreads, toasts crostini & sandwiches, appetizers & snacks, side dishes, sheet pan dinners, casseroles & one pan dinners, meats & mains, desserts, and breads. It really is a surprisingly comprehensive and varied selection. Recipes are arranged with an introduction and yields in a header, ingredients in a sidebar bullet point list, with step-by-step directions. Ingredient measures are given in American standard measures, no metric conversions provided. Most of the ingredients are easily sourced at any moderately well stocked grocery store (some few items might need a co-op or world-food/specialist grocery). Nutritional information is not included. Cook's notes and variations for each recipe are also included in a footer at the end.The recipes all fit on a single page (which is super convenient for reading from a tablet when your hands are full). The layout is clear and easy to read with a sort of retro vibe. The photography is clear and well done. It's not apparent from the publishing info, but the pre-publication ARC I received had greyscale black and white photography throughout (that could well change to color for the publication version). At any rate, the photography is top notch and serving suggestions are appetizing and appropriate. This would make a superlative addition to a 'moving out' care package for newly independent youngsters/singles/newlyweds, etc. I was impressed enough with the book that I am planning on buying one for each of my kids who are moving (or have moved) out on their own. Four and a half stars. Disclosure: I received an ARC at no cost from the author/publisher for review purposes

  13. 4 out of 5

    Dawn Thomas

    Toaster Oven Takeover by Roxanne Wyss and Kathy Moore 9781982157562 159 Pages Publisher: Tiller Press Release Date: April 20, 2021 Nonfiction, Cooking, Food & Wine The book is divided into the following categories. Basics Breakfast and Brunch Pizza and Flatbreads Toasts, Crostini and Sandwiches Appetizers and Snacks Side Dishes Sheet Pan Dinners Casseroles and One-Dish Dinners Meats and Mains Desserts Breads In the beginning of the book, the author lists the basics for toaster ovens. This includes settings, toast Toaster Oven Takeover by Roxanne Wyss and Kathy Moore 9781982157562 159 Pages Publisher: Tiller Press Release Date: April 20, 2021 Nonfiction, Cooking, Food & Wine The book is divided into the following categories. Basics Breakfast and Brunch Pizza and Flatbreads Toasts, Crostini and Sandwiches Appetizers and Snacks Side Dishes Sheet Pan Dinners Casseroles and One-Dish Dinners Meats and Mains Desserts Breads In the beginning of the book, the author lists the basics for toaster ovens. This includes settings, toasting and things to have in your pantry. They also give tips to buy a toaster oven and clean it. I appreciate that the authors say the cooking times are estimates. I find a lot of recipes list a cook time, but the temperature of my oven might be higher or lower. This causes the recipe to be either over done or under done. Most recipes also include the convection oven variation. The recipes in the book are easy to follow and the ingredients are readily available in most pantries and grocery stores. I use my toaster oven all the time but forget how versatile it really is. This book has inspired me to try to use it more. The recipes for the maple bacon, baked French toast with maple bourbon syrup, and apricot coffee cake in the breakfast & brunch category sound amazing. I cannot wait to try them along with caramelized onion dip, honey bourbon-glazed chops with sweet potatoes & apples, chicken Wellington, roasted garlic shrimp, chocolate caramel pecan cupcakes, glazed apple crostata, southern-style biscuits, bacon cheddar biscuits, and the garlic cheese pull-apart bread.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Nikki

    Toaster Oven Takeover: Easy and Delicious Recipes to Make in Your Toaster Oven by Roxanne Wyss & Kathy Moore Publisher: Tiller Press Genre: Cooking, Food & Wine Release Date: April 7, 2021 Toaster Oven Takeover is a recipe book by Roxanne Wyss & Kathy Moore featuring recipes made in your toaster oven. I will be the first to admit that my toaster over is seriously underused (toast, hot dogs, & dinner rolls here!) and now it will be getting a workout! The beginning of the book discusses the basics of h Toaster Oven Takeover: Easy and Delicious Recipes to Make in Your Toaster Oven by Roxanne Wyss & Kathy Moore Publisher: Tiller Press Genre: Cooking, Food & Wine Release Date: April 7, 2021 Toaster Oven Takeover is a recipe book by Roxanne Wyss & Kathy Moore featuring recipes made in your toaster oven. I will be the first to admit that my toaster over is seriously underused (toast, hot dogs, & dinner rolls here!) and now it will be getting a workout! The beginning of the book discusses the basics of how to use the toaster over (for more than just toast), what supplies you'll need and some suggestions on what you can cook in the toaster oven. The recipes are broken into themed categories, to help you best find what you want to make. I wish there was nutrition information provided, but I understand that there are too many variables for it to be accurate. For breakfast & brunch, some of the recipes include Pecan-Topped Oatmeal, English Muffin Express Sandwich, Maple Bacon, and Apricot Coffee Cake. There are also pizza & flatbread recipes that sound incredible (Stromboli, anyone?), as well as toasts, crostini & sandwiches. There are recipes for appetizers & snacks, like Baked Spinach & Artichoke Dip and Sweet Chili Glazed Wings and side dishes that include a casserole, french fries, and veggies sides. There are also recipes for sheet pan dinners, casseroles & one dish dinners, means & mains, desserts & breads. I can't wait to try out some of these recipes and putting my toaster oven to work! I'm so grateful to Roxanne Wyss & Kathy Moore, Tiller Press, and NetGalley for providing me with a free copy of this ARC ebook in exchange for my honest review.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Johanna Sawyer

    I snagged a copy to peek at since this is the most unused item...kitchen wise in my household. I have been enamored with the new Foodi that Ninja has come out with even watching the tutorials on YouTube to decide if I really could use this. The reviews are mixed but it seems relevant to buy one to help with holiday cooking since it is so versatile. I can dump my toaster, and air fryer separate appliance and just make room for a flipped up Foodi. This cookbook was fun to go through, and had some I snagged a copy to peek at since this is the most unused item...kitchen wise in my household. I have been enamored with the new Foodi that Ninja has come out with even watching the tutorials on YouTube to decide if I really could use this. The reviews are mixed but it seems relevant to buy one to help with holiday cooking since it is so versatile. I can dump my toaster, and air fryer separate appliance and just make room for a flipped up Foodi. This cookbook was fun to go through, and had some pretty great recipes. What did I like? Multitude of family friendly recipes littered the pages in some relatively simplistic style. From all types of breads to pizza, and then meats and main dishes. Chicken wings to danishes and pull apart breads. I enjoyed what felt like an Italian assortment of dishes. The authors also give you some background on different styles of toaster ovens. They pretty much do everything now... even dehydrate. Would I recommend or buy? The only downside that I could see was the black and white pictures. Grayscale pictures don’t attempt me to make food but the recipes clearly caught my eye regardless. I wish the authors would have used color. Other than that I was most pleased with the cookbook and bookmarked some fun recipes to try. I received a copy to read and voluntarily left a review!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Meghan

    This book was received as an ARC from Tiller Press in exchange for an honest review. Opinions and thoughts expressed in this review are completely my own. There are so many recipes in this book that look so good right now that it is so hard to choose from. I have a toaster oven but never used it much because I thought it was only meant for bread and sandwiches but this book says oh the contrary. Even though all of the recipes looked so delicious there was one that stood out and that was the frenc This book was received as an ARC from Tiller Press in exchange for an honest review. Opinions and thoughts expressed in this review are completely my own. There are so many recipes in this book that look so good right now that it is so hard to choose from. I have a toaster oven but never used it much because I thought it was only meant for bread and sandwiches but this book says oh the contrary. Even though all of the recipes looked so delicious there was one that stood out and that was the french toast with pecans and maple burbon syrup and maple bacon. This recipe could put this book as a potential candidate for a future cooking demo and I know these recipes will be a hit. We will consider adding this title to our TX Non-Fiction collection at our library. That is why we give this book 5 stars.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Penmouse

    A bit disappointed in the Toaster Oven Takeover cookbook as it's formatting seems non-standard. Most cookbooks give an intro (not always but it's done), recipe title, ingredients list and then cooking directions. The Toaster Oven Takeover cookbook was confusing to read as it seems to give the recipe directions followed by the ingredients list. I did read the tips how to safely use a toaster oven (i.e. what type of bakeware to use, don't use parchment paper except in specific instances, and how t A bit disappointed in the Toaster Oven Takeover cookbook as it's formatting seems non-standard. Most cookbooks give an intro (not always but it's done), recipe title, ingredients list and then cooking directions. The Toaster Oven Takeover cookbook was confusing to read as it seems to give the recipe directions followed by the ingredients list. I did read the tips how to safely use a toaster oven (i.e. what type of bakeware to use, don't use parchment paper except in specific instances, and how to clean it. I would have liked this cookbook a whole lot more if the book was easier to read and use. Some of the recipes you'll find include: Baked French Toast with Maple Bourbon Syrup Mushroom Blue Cheese Crostini Italian Baked Chicken Freezer-To-Oven Chocolate Chip Cookies Recommend with caveats given. Review written after downloading a galley from NetGalley.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Nancy

    Thank you NetGalley, Roxanne Wyss and Kathy Moore, and Tiller Press for an ARC of Toaster Oven Takeover. This is my personal review. I know very little about owning a toaster oven. Giving the basics of how to use the oven and the types of pans you can use in them was extremely helpful. The book was filled with almost anything you would need to know about the ovens. What to look for when buying one to recipes to get you started using the oven. I would have liked to see more photos to go with the re Thank you NetGalley, Roxanne Wyss and Kathy Moore, and Tiller Press for an ARC of Toaster Oven Takeover. This is my personal review. I know very little about owning a toaster oven. Giving the basics of how to use the oven and the types of pans you can use in them was extremely helpful. The book was filled with almost anything you would need to know about the ovens. What to look for when buying one to recipes to get you started using the oven. I would have liked to see more photos to go with the recipes. I liked the variety of recipes offered. Anyone looking for a recipe book to use for their toaster oven would be very pleased with this one.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Darcie Jenkins

    Toaster Oven Takeover is a useful guide for using a toaster oven for those who are not great cooks. Many of the recipes throughout are simple and not overly creative but would be useful for an apartment dweller who does not have access to a standard oven. As a decent home cook who uses the toaster oven frequently, I did not see any techniques that were particularly new or intriguing to me, but I could see the allure for those who do not cook often or are beginner cooks. I received an advance revi Toaster Oven Takeover is a useful guide for using a toaster oven for those who are not great cooks. Many of the recipes throughout are simple and not overly creative but would be useful for an apartment dweller who does not have access to a standard oven. As a decent home cook who uses the toaster oven frequently, I did not see any techniques that were particularly new or intriguing to me, but I could see the allure for those who do not cook often or are beginner cooks. I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Cozy Book Spot

    I really enjoyed this cookbook. The recipes look very nice, clear, organized and easy to read and follow. I like that it also have the option for conventional oven. Not every recipe has a photo but the ones that does are great! I received a free digital copy of this book from Edelweiss in exchange for my honest review.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jenn

    I won a copy of this book. I like toaster ovens in the warmer months because I don't want to heat up my whole house by cooking in the oven. Also, they're superior to microwaves when reheating a piece of pizza. This recipe book has some pretty tasty looking recipes. Could see this as a "moving out on your own" graduation present. I won a copy of this book. I like toaster ovens in the warmer months because I don't want to heat up my whole house by cooking in the oven. Also, they're superior to microwaves when reheating a piece of pizza. This recipe book has some pretty tasty looking recipes. Could see this as a "moving out on your own" graduation present.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Kristine

    Toaster Oven Takeover by Roxanne Wyss is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in early December. The recipes are chaptered and grouped loosely after a careful, yet brisk tutorial on how to properly use a toaster oven. There's a balance between convenience items and global flavors, but the formatting of the recipes was way off and out of order. Toaster Oven Takeover by Roxanne Wyss is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in early December. The recipes are chaptered and grouped loosely after a careful, yet brisk tutorial on how to properly use a toaster oven. There's a balance between convenience items and global flavors, but the formatting of the recipes was way off and out of order.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Meredith

    **I received and voluntarily read an e-ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.** My regular oven is broken, so this cookbook was a lifesaver! Excellent recipes, and I'll be getting copies of this book for all of my friends for holidays and birthdays. **I received and voluntarily read an e-ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.** My regular oven is broken, so this cookbook was a lifesaver! Excellent recipes, and I'll be getting copies of this book for all of my friends for holidays and birthdays.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Yumi

    I really love your story, it deserves a lot of audience. If you have some great stories like this one, you can publish it on Novel Star, just submit your story to [email protected] or [email protected]

  25. 4 out of 5

    Korra

    This is awesome! I was able to talk about the book after I read it. You did well! ... If you have some great stories like this one, you can publish it on Novel Star, just submit your story to [email protected] or [email protected]

  26. 5 out of 5

    Amanda Karsh

    I expected a lot of stuff on toast and there was, but there was also casseroles, meats and desserts. There is an attempt to size down the recipes but most look to big for my toaster oven.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Alexandra

    More of meals that would be a "fancy" type of meal - which can be great. But not if you are looking for comfort or easy meals. More of meals that would be a "fancy" type of meal - which can be great. But not if you are looking for comfort or easy meals.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Mbk

  29. 4 out of 5

    Lauren

  30. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

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