Some may say breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Many employees like to munch on buttered toast or enjoy a bagel with cream cheese first thing in the morning along with their cup of coffee. Keep a toaster or toaster oven on a countertop in your office breakroom, so employees can start the day right. Consider putting a microwave or other appliances in your company kitchen as well.
How many slices? That's the first question that needs to be asked when browsing toasters. Most standard toasters accommodate two slices of bread, but consider purchasing a slice toaster that holds up to four slices of bread, so multiple workers can prepare breakfast at the same time. To make things even more convenient, choose a toaster that has auto-adjusting bread guides to accommodate multiple bread thicknesses or extra-wide slots to hold bagels and even the thickest breads without any overhang.
Toast doesn't come in just one shade. Toasters with shade dials let each person easily select the darkness of finished toast, ranging from barely warmed to super crunchy. Removable crumb trays make cleanup simple, while a cancel button immediately halts the warming process.
Versatility is the name of the game when it comes to toaster ovens. Most toaster ovens toast, bake, broil and reheat food to accommodate a variety of meal and food types. Just set a desired temperature or an amount of time and the timer dial will alert you when a meal is finished cooking.
A toaster oven with a see-through glass door makes it simple to monitor food as it cooks, and stay-cool housing is important in busy offices to prevent worker injury. Some toaster ovens include revolving rotisseries, which are perfect for company picnics or events.