The humble toaster doesn’t have to be solely used for only breakfast scenarios. Although any style of eggs on toast is a classic go to for early risers, commercial kitchen conveyor toasters can take your menu from breakfast, through lunch and straight on to dinner with their range of toasting capacities. A commercial kitchen conveyor menu will help add crunch to your menu as it can be used to toast all sorts of breads to go as entrees, appetizers, with dips, on the side or as topping to a meal. Pitas can be broken for easy hummus spreading, sandwich bread can be toasted and soup rolls warmed all in a conveyor toaster especially designed for commercial kitchens. Commercial kitchen conveyor toasters can be found in a range of food service establishments such as hotels, restaurants, cafes, schools, hospitals, petrol stations, sports arenas, music venues and other food service locations. Likewise mobile food trucks and catering services are all to benefit from the quick and consistent toasting abilities of a commercial conveyor toaster.
Toasters were first invented in the United Kingdom in the late 19th century. A man named Alan MacMasters in Scotland first debuted a toasting machine he called the ‘Eclipse toaster’, which toasted bread on one side before needing to be manually flipped and retoasted. The classic toaster has come on leaps and bounds since then, with above and below heated elements meaning bread can now be toasted at the same time on both sides. Conveyor toasters are also excellent additions to buffets as they allow diners to choose their own bread, as well as decide how toasted they would like that bread to be.