How to Make Burnt Toast

Introduction: How to Make Burnt Toast

Burnt toast does not take much skill but there is a right way and a wrong way. Common mistakes that people make include, but are not limited to: taking the toast out too early, leaving the toast in too long (resulting in a fire), and making the toast in a bathtub. You should not do this if you have highly flammable items in or around your toaster. Do not stick forks in the toaster. I hope you enjoy what I think is funny along the way. Let's get cooking.

Supplies

You will need bread. The number of slices depends on how many burnt pieces of toast you wish to make. 1 slice of bread = 1 piece of burnt toast.

You will also need a toaster or some method of burning your bread.

You will also need somebody to eat the burnt toast. I gave my dogs, Bailey and Clint that task and I was not disappointed.

Step 1: Grab Your Bread

You can use any kind of bread and any part of the loaf. I used the end of a loaf of potato bread because my family would have disowned me if I had used a good part for this tutorial.

Step 2: Grab Your Toaster

This is a very critical step. The toaster, or whatever method you are using needs to be started or plugged in, in order for the burning to take place. I almost forgot the most important part, which is to plug in the toaster. I included that little fact to show how we all make mistakes and also to remind you to plug in your toaster.

Step 3: Put the Bread in the Toaster

This step is very high up there on the "most important list." It requires coordination, concentration, and intelligence. You must put the bread in a slot of your choice. I like using the slot furthest to the right. I like to think it is because I am always right.

Step 4: Push the Lever Down and Turn the Heat Up

I don't actually know the correct name for this thing so you have to push down the thingy that turns the toaster on and makes the bread go down. This action alone starts the toasting. Along with this, feel free to turn the heat on your toaster all the way up.

Step 5: Inspect Your Bread and Act Accordingly

After a few minutes, your bread will pop up. You can use your judgment to assess whether your bread is burnt or not. I made a crispy piece of toast in the first time around. If your toast is not burnt, repeat the previous step. If this is still not enough, you should repeat until necessary and consider buying a new toaster.

Step 6: Make People Eat Your Burnt Toast

When your toast has reached the point where it is perfectly burnt and you are happy with it, you must find somebody to try your food. This is my personal favorite because I get to give food to my dogs and I feel like a god bestowing gifts to my people. Attached, you will be able to find action shots of my dogs, Bailey and Clint, eating my burnt toast.

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30 Comments

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HawkFalcon07
HawkFalcon07

1 year ago

It dose not look vary good. But ill make it.

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MayaB2135
MayaB2135

Reply 1 year ago

Don't knock it 'till you try it! :)

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CuriousCat618
CuriousCat618

1 year ago

This is a wonderful example that instructions don't have to be serious to be well written. I did a double take when I saw the title, and the content did not disappoint. Thanks for making my day a little bit happier! ( ・౪・)

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MayaB2135
MayaB2135

Reply 1 year ago

I glad to hear I made your day a little better!!

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Akm1014
Akm1014

1 year ago on Introduction

I really enjoyed this step by step intructable for meatless burnt toast. It is a 100% awesome display of creativity. You put a great effort into showing us with great details and photographs on how to achieve perfect results. Thanks for sharing!

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MayaB2135
MayaB2135

Reply 1 year ago

I am glad you enjoyed!

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zakbobdop
zakbobdop

1 year ago

I have discovered that dunking the toast in lighter fluid and setting it ablaze is a rather efficient way of burning the toast. Unfortunately, the fire decided to eat the toast before I could taste it.

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MayaB2135
MayaB2135

Reply 1 year ago

That is a truly profound discovery. I will try to master the lighter fluid method and will try to get back to you if I have any luck. Thank you for sharing your knowledge with me.

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BobaTea
BobaTea

1 year ago

I feel like burnt toast is the best kind of toast ya know 👌

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MayaB2135
MayaB2135

Reply 1 year ago

that is true. your opinion represents that of an expert toast burner.

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MayaB2135
MayaB2135

Reply 1 year ago

yeeee

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MayaB2135
MayaB2135

Reply 1 year ago

yeeee

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MayaB2135
MayaB2135

Reply 1 year ago

yeeee

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Wozzell11
Wozzell11

1 year ago

I am overjoyed to see that the art of burning toast is not completely lost. This art form is a rarity these days, and I feel that burnt food does not have the appreciation that it deserves. Thank you for helping keep this art alive!

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MayaB2135
MayaB2135

Reply 1 year ago

Of course! It is a necessity to keep the important things, like burnt toast, alive for generations to come.

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Emerald04
Emerald04

1 year ago

I love this...It made my whole family laugh!

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MayaB2135
MayaB2135

Reply 1 year ago

I’m happy to hear that!