Hassle-free cooking? It's in the bag


Hassle-free cooking? It's in the bag

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As Seen On Dragon's Den One of the greatest things since sliced bread has got to be the toaster. So it's hardly surprising one of the greatest innovations to grace our gorgeously orangey site utilises this humble bread-browning gizmo.

Toastabags are, as the name suggests, bags that go in the toaster. So far, so what. Well here's the good bit: you can cook stuff in 'em. Toasted sandwiches, pizza, pasties, baked beans, burgers, fish fingers, bacon, omelettes, oven chips, even salmon fillets - you name it, these miraculous bags will cook it.

All you do is slip your ingredients in the re-usable Toastabag, pop it in the toaster and wait. Bish bash bosh. It's easier than pulling your pants down and far more appetising.

Speaking of pulling your pants down, Toastabags are ideal for all you crazy student-types who'd rather be watching Columbo than messing about with pots, pans and washing up liquid. But it's not all about the slothful, the gormless and the oven-less. These handy heater-uppers are perfect for anyone who enjoys quick, hassle-free cooking. One trick pony sandwich toasters? No thanks.

Easy to clean and dishwasher safe, Toastabags are unlikely to win many fans amongst food snobs and Ramsay wannabes. But for those of us who can't be bothered knocking up a tortellini of ratatouille with a spicy jus d'ponce come closing time, they're ideal. Now if you'll excuse us, we're off to cook some julienned cod au gratin (fish fingers) in our Toastabags. Bon appetit!

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Please note:
  • You get 2 toastabags.
  • Toaster not included.
  • Do not use Toastabags to heat liquid!

Customer Reviews

Made eggy bread in my toasta bags this morning, very nice, and not soggy like it is if you fry it. Good for warming cold pizza, and making toasties(!).
Laurie - 22nd September 2005
Ace product! Cooks toasted sandwiches brilliantly (so long as the cheese isn't too thick). It also comes with about 20 recipe ideas. I would recomend this to everyone. It's so easy to use, and makes quick tasty meals.
Toby Ayre - 4th April 2005
Great if you have a wheat or gluten issue. My daughter has coeliacs and we can now toast her bread in the toaster!
Kat - 23rd December 2004
I bought one of these for my boyfriend - its really great, but I'm getting a little sick of toasted sandwiches. Where are the instructions for making the other stuff like omelettes and bacon that everyone else mentions? My toastabag only came with instructions for toasted sandwiches, toasted sandwiches, and more toasted sandwiches.
HSW - 7th April 2004
I saw this on a TV programme and it does work. He cooked a whole lamb chop in it. Didn't look too nice though.
Tim - 29th June 2003
I want one, now. One question, what is special about a "thick and thin" toaster? I hope it works with mine, the price of a new toaster and this bag is a bit too much.
Tim - 10th May 2002