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I had mine in the "go away" pile - DH yanked it out & made grilled ham & cheese in it the other day, LOL.
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You don't have to use bread.
You can use eggs, or pancake batter, or bisquick,
or whatever you might like! Be creative!
My Husband loves when I make French Toast.
My Favorite is: Peanut Butter and Chocolate Chip Sandwhich!
(A great late night dessert w/ Coffee!)
You can also make Wraps or Fold Over Pizza's.
We'll go in streaks and use ours a lot then put it away for a while. Our favorite is breakfast sandwhiches. We put scrambled eggs, cheese, and ham or sausage pieces in them. Its nice when you have minimal leftovers such as sloppy joes, a little goes a long way when using a the sandwhich maker.
I haven't used mine in ages. Used to use those little muffin pouch mixes in it.
I make cheese filled snacks. I almost forgot I had a snackmaster. Found it, made cheese snacks with left over cheeses and bread. I bought it when I worked on the road doing demonstrations of the Bamix at Home shows, Trade shows and Fairs.
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