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Toasted Bread with Butter

April 1, 2012

I know this one is kind of a classic, but it’s so good, I figured it’s worth sharing anyway. Toasted Bread with Butter is great because it’s easy to make and yet very versatile. You can make it with any kind of bread, and — though I prefer regular old butter — you can use all sorts of different spreads: peanut butter, jam, cinnamon and sugar, you name it!

Most of us tend to associate Toasted Bread with Butter with breakfast, but let me tell you that it is always a welcome addition to any meal, regardless the time of day. And did I mention it’s easy to make? 😛

Go make some right now — you won’t regret it!

Toasted Bread with Butter

Ingredients:

  • 2 slices of bread
  • 2 tsp room-temperature butter

Directions:

  1. Place bread slices in toaster oven (or in a conventional “slice” toaster).
  2. Turn toaster oven to “toast” setting and heat for 4 minutes. Flip the slices after 2 minutes to ensure even toasting on both sides. (If using a “slice” toaster, simply lower the lever and wait. A “slice” toaster should automatically toast both sides evenly.)
  3. After approximately 4 minutes, check the slices — both sides should be crispy but not charred. Toast longer if necessary.
  4. When both sides are evenly toasted, spread butter on one side of each slice.
  5. Enjoy!

– Reinman

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8 comments

  1. I really like my toast with Nutella…


    • That is good — I also really like raspberry jam.


  2. I should make some right now!


    • You should!


  3. Yum.


  4. Yes — it’s so good!


  5. reinman, you never fail to crack me up 🙂 love you guys!


    • I know! Isn’t he hilarious!?



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