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Microwaves are our right-hand tools in the kitchen. You can cook most things in the microwave and even use them to defrost food and to reheat leftovers.

Although microwaves are capable of cooking some foods such as eggs from scratch, many of us don’t feel confident enough to use our microwaves for much more than reheating food. Fear not, I have some tips and advice for you!

I want to teach you how to cook Toaster Strudels in the microwave. Toaster Strudels are frozen breakfast pastries that need to be cooked before consumption. These convenient snacks are perfect for when you want a sweet snack throughout the day or something quick and easy for breakfast if you are in a rush.

By the end of this article, you will be a pro at making Toaster Strudels in the microwave. I also hope that once you try this method out, you will feel more confident to use your microwave for more than reheating yesterday’s leftovers!

About Cooking Toaster Strudels in the Microwave

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Toaster Strudels are traditionally topped with a very simple icing, but that is not to say that you can’t go all-out and get creative. If you are looking for a cheap and easy children’s breakfast bar idea or for a way to make your snack a little more indulgent, then try one of these ideas:

1. Ice Cream

You can put a nice, big slab of ice cream on top of the Toaster Strudel and dive in, crunch up flakes of Toaster Strudel and sprinkle it over your favorite ice cream, or maybe make a Toaster Strudel and ice cream sandwich. As you can see, the options are endless, and you just need to decide how naughty you want to make your snack.

2. Jam and Fruit

A bit of jam and a few slices of fruit can really make the Toaster Strudel feel light and refreshing. Eating it with fruit will also make it more nutritious and filling to keep you going from breakfast until lunch.

3. Nutella

Do I even need to explain why Nutella is a great topping for Toaster Strudels? Give it a go and tell me what you think!

4. Cream Cheese and Jam

A thin slither of cream cheese, and jam gives the Toaster Strudel an energy kick, and let’s face it, cream cheese and jam are some of the best pastry toppings and fillings to date.

5. Vanilla Glaze

Vanilla glaze consists of just three ingredients; confectioners sugar, cream, and vanilla extract. This glaze hardens as it dries, which gives the hot Toaster Strudel more depth and texture, plus it can be enjoyed on the go.

6. Peanut Butter

A thin layer of peanut butter on top of a jam-filled Toaster Strudel is a match made in heaven!

Share your Toaster Strudel microwave experience with the rest of our readers and me, along with your personal microwave tips and tricks in the comments section. I would love to learn from your experiences!

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