can you bake cookies on an oven toaster?

Philippines
July 30, 2010 4:06pm CST
sorry if this is a stupid question, but I'm just curious if this is even possible. if so can you share your recipes? thanks a bunch.
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6 responses
@deebomb (15350)
• United States
30 Jul 10
Yes you can bake any thing in a toaster oven that will fit. You can use any cookie recipe that you like. You just have to watch the oven closer than a regular oven. You need to set the temperature about 25 degrees lower than the recipe calls for and line the little tray with tinfoil. Be sure to keep a close eye on them because they don't need to bakes as long. You can get about 6 cookies at a time
• Philippines
3 Aug 10
that's great news for me. thanks!
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@deebomb (15350)
• United States
3 Aug 10
Your welcome
@o0jopak0o (6409)
• Philippines
31 Jul 10
yes we can but the amount to cook will be less and the time increases.
• Philippines
3 Aug 10
nice tip there. thanks a lot.
@damned_dle (3944)
• Philippines
31 Jul 10
Yes you can. But the question is, 'would you'? Considering oven toasters are so small Recipes will be the same as cookies than you bake on conventional ovens.
• Philippines
3 Aug 10
I'm curious enough to try. LOL.
@GardenGerty (71708)
• Marion, Kansas
31 Jul 10
This is not a stupid question. I have not done it personally, but I have had friends that did. It is a toaster oven, so use it like a really small oven. When I was looking at the other responses I saw some really great advice. An amazing "cookie" you can make in small batches is called "the impossible peanut butter cookie". Use one cup peanut butter, one cup sugar, one egg, one tsp. vanilla. blend together, roll balls about the size of walnuts, flatten with a sugared glass or fork.Bake at 350 for 8-10 minutes, just until slightly brown around the edges.
• Philippines
3 Aug 10
ooh, sounds like a great recipe. thanks a lot! i'll try this!
@snowy22315 (11869)
• United States
30 Jul 10
I have made cookies in a toaster oven before, but they are usually not as good as those cooked in a regular oven. I think they have a tendency to turn out unevenly, so they are not as good as they possibly could be.
• Philippines
3 Aug 10
hmm, that's a good point. i'll try to do it just so I can see for myself. thanks for replying.
@wiggles18 (2523)
• Canada
30 Jul 10
Most likely, but you will have to cook probably 1-2 at a time only.
• Philippines
30 Jul 10
ooh, that's good. I'm sure it will take a lot of time but I guess I could try. thanks!