Step 1: Ingridients
Butter (to coat)
Sufficiently tall toaster oven (see below)
As I discovered, my toaster uses the top heating element in oven mode. This being the case, nothing can touch the heating element. You'll need the thermometer to make sure you have a proper cooking temperature too - my oven goes from 330 to 420 at one point on the knob. It's better to cook longer at a lower temperature than cook too fast and burn the outer bits...
Now, if your toaster isn't quite tall enough - don't fret! You can butterfly your hen by cutting out the backbone and roasting the hen "unwrapped." Cooking time will be slightly reduced with this method.
Step 2: Preparation
So, set toaster ovens to 350ish.
Rinse Hens and dry.
Peel back the skin (but do not remove) and pour some pineapple juice inside - pour some juice in the cavity as well. Rub butter into the skin and lightly salt. Place on a pan.
Step 3: Roast
If you're using a meat probe (like me) roast until internal temperature reaches 165F. If you don't have a meat probe, cook until juices run clear (stick a knife in). In a normal oven, this takes about 30-45 minutes. In a toaster oven, it will be on the higher end of that scale.
If you're cooking more than one hen, in the toaster, it may take longer. As I recall - cooking two hens took about an hour.
Step 4: Serve
If you want to give your skin a golden brown crust - crank up the heat in the oven for the last few minutes - just be cautious to prevent burns.