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Toaster ovens can be used for a lot more than reheating pizza or making toast. They can be used for preparing main meals and side dishes. In this article, we share several low carb recipes that can be made in a toaster oven.
Some recipes for food preparation using a toaster oven call for the use of alumimum foil. As recommendations vary from one manufacturer to another, we suggest readers consult the user manual prior to using aluminum foil in their toaster oven.
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Toaster oven foods can include healthy foods like asparagus. Try this vegetable recipe and see what you think.
Here's the recipe from Mother Would Know.
Baked Egg Cups
These baked egg cups are great for breakfast or a snack.
Here's the recipe from Life Made Sweeter.
Toaster oven baked bacon is convenient and a time saver. While the bacon is baking you can be cooking your eggs.
Here's the recipe from Spoonful of Easy.
Cabbage can be enjoyed even if you aren’t going the low carb route.
Here's the recipe from Toaster Oven Love.
If you have been on the hunt for a recipe to make hamburger in a toaster oven, this recipe may be for you.
Here's the recipe from Livestrong.
This main dish is perfect for low carb diets.
Here's the recipe from Food.
A healthy low carb main dish with lemon flavor.
Here's the recipe from One Dish Kitchen.
This baked shrimp recipe is great for an appetizer or snack.
Here's the recipe from Martha Stewart.
These crunchy zucchini chips are a great side dish.
Here's the recipe from Sustainable Cooks.