Breakfast sandwiches made twice as nice

The Back to Basics 4-Slot Egg-and-Muffin Toaster provides twice the breakfast sandwich-making capabilities as similar models.

Double down on your own or with a friend. Bed Bath & Beyond

As they say, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. However, the reason this outlook may be expressed in the first place is because "they" may have designs on your breakfast--especially when it comes in the form of breakfast sandwiches. After all, who can resist the allure of an egg sandwich? Topped with ham and cheese, the classic combination is suitable for one and all. Thankfully the breakfast staple is easy to make, and therefore not solely relegated to the fast-food drive-through window. But that doesn't mean it couldn't be made even easier to make--for you and a friend.

Whereas previous iterations of breakfast sandwich-makers only seemed to have been capable of making them one at a time, the Back to Basics 4-Slot Egg-and-Muffin Toaster makes enough to share. Featuring the capability to toast enough bread (or a more-appropriate English muffin or bagel) for two sandwiches at a time, the toaster also does double duty by providing space to prepare two eggs at the same time. Using the convenient built-in egg steamer, poached, hard-, or soft-boiled eggs can be added immediately to your freshly toasted bread.

The same people who advocate the importance of breakfast in the morning also happen to be the same group that believes "sharing is caring." Not a problem with this toaster, and a fine sentiment to be sure. With this ability to produce two breakfast sandwiches at a time, the multitasking toaster is sure to be appreciated in the kitchen--by everybody.

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