Apple Grilled Cheese Sandwiches and Toastabags Review


Good evening everyone~

I have a review for Toastabags from Boska. I was a little skeptical at how well these bags would work when making grilled cheese sandwiches. Let me tell you, they are amazing and completely blew my mind! I would easily recommend this product to any person, especially college students or bachelors. They run about $8.95-12.95 for a 3 pack. They are dishwasher friendly on the top rack and reusable up to 50 times per bag!  Using the toastabags makes a faster way to make grilled cheese sandwiches and less of a mess.


Toastabags $8.95-12.95 for a 3 pack

Apple Grilled Cheese Sandwiches



You will need:



Baby spinach leaves

Cheddar Cheese slices

Gala Apple (peeled and thinly sliced)

Sliced Bread

Butter (for spreading)

Let’s Get Started:


Spread your slices of bread with butter on one side of each piece. And spread mayonnaise on the opposite side.


Layer your cheese, apples and baby spinach on the side of bread with the mayonnaise. Place the top piece of bread mayonnaise side down onto the other side of the sandwich.


Place the sandwich into the Toastabag. If you have really tall/long sliced of bread, you may need to only put half of the sandwich into the bag to ensure it gets completely toasted.


Place open side up in the toaster and push the button to lower into the toaster. Approximately 3 minutes later (depending on the toaster) you should have a lovely and evenly toasted sandwich with gooey goodness inside.



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