Diablo Toasted Snack Maker - Amazon £10.50 Prime (£13.49 non Prime)
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Diablo Toasted Snack Maker - Amazon £10.50 Prime (£13.49 non Prime)

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Found 23rd Dec 2017
Make some toasted sandwiches people.... Just in time for Christmas?? Ok well may useful for next summer
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I'm in two minds on this. I had one a few years ago for fishing and it was a life saver. Lovely hot cheese toasties at 2am on the bank while fishing really warms you up nice. But you waste so much bread. Seriously, you lose around half a slice due to the shape.

Me and a mate used these for around 6 months and then bought Ridgemonkey Sandwich Toaster's for around £15 and they are so much better. You can fit the whole slice in there so no waste. You can also cook most things in there. There are copy versions too for around £10.

If you Google "Ridgemonkey Sandwich Toaster recipes" you'll see the vast array of stuff you can cook in them. Full English breakfast, , toasted sandwiches, burgers, steak, I've even cooked pizza in mine.

Copy versions are available from. A website called Fishtec who have a sale on currently if anyone is interested.
Edited by: "furiousjammin" 23rd Dec 2017
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Thanks, ordered as a stocking filler! Due for same day del
Edited by: "nbgrobbo" 23rd Dec 2017
shalton31 m ago

where's the link?here it is - …where's the link?here it is - https://smile.amazon.co.uk/aerolatte-011-Diablo-Toasted-Snack/dp/B000H7DEYA/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1514014617&sr=8-1&keywords=Diablo+Toasted+Snack+Maker


Sorry it kept opening in my Amazon app rather than the browser so I couldnt get the link
Good find op, ordered one based on the great reviews.
brings back memories of my childhood. going to have to get one now
I'm in two minds on this. I had one a few years ago for fishing and it was a life saver. Lovely hot cheese toasties at 2am on the bank while fishing really warms you up nice. But you waste so much bread. Seriously, you lose around half a slice due to the shape.

Me and a mate used these for around 6 months and then bought Ridgemonkey Sandwich Toaster's for around £15 and they are so much better. You can fit the whole slice in there so no waste. You can also cook most things in there. There are copy versions too for around £10.

If you Google "Ridgemonkey Sandwich Toaster recipes" you'll see the vast array of stuff you can cook in them. Full English breakfast, , toasted sandwiches, burgers, steak, I've even cooked pizza in mine.

Copy versions are available from. A website called Fishtec who have a sale on currently if anyone is interested.
Edited by: "furiousjammin" 23rd Dec 2017
Have one of these, still the best I have used, it's a little fiddly getting the shape correct, but much better than most toastie makers... just gone back to using this as the one I was using makes so much damn mess that this one works out much better in the long run for ease of use. I use some paper towel to smear some butter on the diablo, much easier... hope that helps someone
I used to use milk roll sandwich bread, which was round already with mine, worked a treat! I like putting a couple of chunks of chocolate and some marshmallow in it for a super sweet dessert
Milk roll sandwich bread? Never heard of it but sounds yum. Is it in supermarkets?
It used to be I think Warburton's made it for a bit, it's a cylindrical loaf it's brill and so soft
Got one from a car boot for £1. Made a few lovely toasties but far too much wasted bread and hard to control the heat so easy to burn the bread and leave contents uncooked. After a few uses this sat at the back of my cupboard for many months until I sold it on eBay.
shalton9 h, 10 m ago

where's the link?here it is - …where's the link?here it is - https://smile.amazon.co.uk/aerolatte-011-Diablo-Toasted-Snack/dp/B000H7DEYA/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1514014617&sr=8-1&keywords=Diablo+Toasted+Snack+Maker


I didn't know about Amazon smile until I saw the link. Now I'll be donating to Charity at the same time as doing my shopping at Amazon.
So, is there a particular reason why this is circular? What are you supposed to do with the excess bread that hangs out of the pan??
You shouldn’t waste the bread make a 2nd one by using the outside bits of your 1st slices pushed in to the scoops and make a slice that way, that’s the correct way to do it 🏻
nbgrobbo9 h, 43 m ago

Thanks, ordered as a stocking filler! Due for same day del


Did you mean 'cupboard filler'?
Looks really wasteful - just uses circles out of full slices of bread!
And ordered. thanks!
I use the off cuts inside the next one... To pack out the filling...

Why they didn't just make it square is beyond me
Edited by: "RoosterNo1" 23rd Dec 2017
Bought one of these from HotUKDeals a few years ago and sat collecting dust in the back of a cupboard for a while. OH and I rediscovered recently and I'm now hooked. Had one everyday for a month now and they taste amazing with the multitude of different ingredients you can throw in it - even tried Sandwich Spread today!?!

Yes, it does waste a little bit of bread, but that gets gifted to the birds - both of us are then happy!
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People deadly serious, dose it work well with round bread commonly called pizzas?
This is a great thing to have in your kitchen, the baked bean toasties are my faves! Heat added 😁
Great if you have cylindrical loaves of bread, otherwise a complete waste of bread!
Use Warburtons, Kingsmill or any supermarket own brand sandwich 'thins' to avoid waste, they almost fit perfectly!
Heat added
I find using the waste bread to make another one results in the filling escaping and making a complete mess. Cheese gets out and burns before the bread gets toasted. Apart from that though they are good
HertzVanRental15 h, 37 m ago

Bought one of these from HotUKDeals a few years ago and sat collecting …Bought one of these from HotUKDeals a few years ago and sat collecting dust in the back of a cupboard for a while. OH and I rediscovered recently and I'm now hooked. Had one everyday for a month now and they taste amazing with the multitude of different ingredients you can throw in it - even tried Sandwich Spread today!?!Yes, it does waste a little bit of bread, but that gets gifted to the birds - both of us are then happy!

Exactly, I save the extras for my mum who likes feeding the birds too. I don't have them that often that it's "wasting" too much bread, but when you can get nice sliced loaves like the farmhouse bread from ALDI for approx £1, I don't see it as that bad personally. You could always freeze the extras and make a bread pudding or similar when you have enough. Make some croutons for soup or salads... the choice is yours.
Bought one from seeing this deal and actually ordered a second one today so I can make 2 together, a great little gadget and sooooo easy.
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