Toast is good. Charred bread without the crust, even better. All of that, though, cut up into convenient sticks is just downright heavenly. And you can munch on heaven every morning with the Toast Strips Stamper.
Using it is about as simple as you probably imagine. You lay the fresh bread on a table, grab the stamper by the handle and push it onto the bread to flatten the areas where you will break it apart. After that, just throw it in the toaster like usual and begin splitting at the seams when done.
The Toast Strips Sampler is a plastic contraption measuring 4 x 3.5 inches. It's not dishwasher-safe, but you can hand wash it all you want (or, let's be honest, not wash it all, more likely). An easy-grip handle sits on one side, with the four-bar shape for pressing onto bread opposite it. Yep, it's that simple, yet the results are downright precious.
The product page says it can produce more than dip-friendly toast, too, recommending crust-free peanut butter and jelly for the kids, French toast strips, and bite-sized party sandwiches, all of which sound mighty tempting. You can probably just cut the bread with a knife, as well, but that would be messy. Plus, cracking the toasted dough should provide half the entertainment value.
Want one? The Toast Strips Sampler is available now, priced at a cheap $3.99.