Diablo Toasted Snack Maker £10.50 (Prime) / £14.59 (non Prime) at Amazon
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Diablo Toasted Snack Maker £10.50 (Prime) / £14.59 (non Prime) at Amazon

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Found 10th Jan
The cheapest this has been on Amazon. At just over a tenner with great reviews, it's worth a cheeky purchase.

Not your average square meal. Create your own tasty snacks or use the recipe ideas enclosed. Breakfast fillings, apple pies, pizza pockets, chocolate or cheese sandwiches - anything goes. Simply fill the Diablo with your chosen snack, trim the excess and close, place on the hob for a few minutes each side and hey presto - a delicious, deep filled, tasty toasted snack.

Taking an old idea and updating it for the 21st century, the diablo toasted snack maker makes great, deep dish snacks. It's titanium coated so extraordinarily strong and non-stick. Pile ingredients high between two pieces of bread and cook on a stove top (gas, electric, ceramic, bbq etc.) for a couple of minutes either side.

And when you've finished, just pop it into the dishwasher - no messy cables to worry about.

Great for the children, perfect for students at Uni and ideal for that small snack when you don't really want a full supper.
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is this not a waste of bread, what do you do with the bits you cut off?
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paulj4852 s ago

is this not a waste of bread, what do you do with the bits you cut off?


People use them for bread pudding but mostly breadcrumbs which will keep in the freezer.
Yea, should have just made this square
paulj483 m ago

is this not a waste of bread, what do you do with the bits you cut off?


Try Cathy's FlipWich (language nsfw) instead.
paulj486 m ago

is this not a waste of bread, what do you do with the bits you cut off?


Yes and no, we have one of these and love it. If you get the bread and put it back inside with ham and cheese. Lovely
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you_gotta_be_kidding3 m ago

Yes and no, we have one of these and love it. If you get the bread and put …Yes and no, we have one of these and love it. If you get the bread and put it back inside with ham and cheese. Lovely


That’s a good idea. Looking forward to experimenting with mine. The smaller footprint actually suits me personally as I’m calorie counting....
blazey856 m ago

That’s a good idea. Looking forward to experimenting with mine. The s …That’s a good idea. Looking forward to experimenting with mine. The smaller footprint actually suits me personally as I’m calorie counting....


a smaller footprint than a Breville? Oh PULEEZE. COLD
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MCGONIS1 m ago

a smaller footprint than a Breville? Oh PULEEZE. COLD


The smaller footprint of bread. Cos we were talking about bread.
blazey851 m ago

The smaller footprint of bread. Cos we were talking about bread.


Oh sozzzzzzzz. Thought it was about a toasted sandwich maker.
can u do omelletes?
After this was posted last time, i commented on the loss of bread due to offcuts and mentioned the square one i purchased for fishing. After seeing this deal posted again, i have posted a deal for the one i have.

hotukdeals.com/dea…510
Would not consider purchasing this unless you get astro tuft!
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sleepingwonder6 m ago

can u do omelletes?


Looks like you can do all kinds. Saw someone making a stuffed burger though I would only do this over the bbq
If there's a footprint on your bread, you probably shouldn't eat it.
they used to sell these down Shepherds Bush Market about 60 years ago for a couple of coppers. A truly wondrous piece of kit at the time. Used the offcuts of bread to add to the bread pudding pile.
These make a top class toasted fried egg sandwich
Edited by: "OllieSt" 10th Jan
Use pastry instead of bread and these make an excellent pie.
Don't understand why people think they are wasteful, you can use the offcuts in the next toastie or just eat them.
sleepingwonder44 m ago

can u do omelletes?


We've done ommlettes, pies, fried eggs, we've even done Yorkshire pudding mix with Turkey, and pigs in blankets. I only eat meat about once a fortnight but when I do I love this.
Thanks OP - was looking at these before Christmas but didn't bite. Just ordered
Bought one ages back to put on top of our wood burning stove. Not used it yet. Does anyone else use on their burner stove? Any good? Any good recipes? 🏻
flity76 h, 32 m ago

Bought one ages back to put on top of our wood burning stove. Not used it …Bought one ages back to put on top of our wood burning stove. Not used it yet. Does anyone else use on their burner stove? Any good? Any good recipes? 🏻


Not used on a burner stove but have used it on a BBQ, total perfection.
you_gotta_be_kidding59 m ago

Not used on a burner stove but have used it on a BBQ, total perfection.


I’ll have to give it a go. 🏻 🏻
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