Bacon in skillet
Your Toaster Can Actually Make A Batch Of Bacon
Cooking bacon in the toaster is the easiest way to make a single or double serving, and has the bonus of saving you from cleaning any dishes or preheating the oven.
The fat in bacon is enough to cook itself without adding butter or oil. However, you don't want any bacon grease dripping into your toaster's heating mechanism and starting a fire.
Luckily, toaster bags are reusable tools that act as grease traps and heat conductors. They may look like wax-paper lunch sacks, but they can extend your toaster's utility.
Just add a few strips of bacon to the toaster bag, stretching them vertically. Then, place the bag inside the toaster with the opening at the top and toast at the highest setting.