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Toaster Bags Are a Gluten Free Travel Essential

Toaster Bags for Traveling Gluten FreeMany motels and hotels offer a free continental breakfast with your stay. When you are gluten free, that isn’t always an added bonus! Finding something safe to eat can be a challenge and most times preparing your own food is the best option. Even though many motel breakfast areas have toasters that guests can use to toast supplied bread and bagels, these gluten heating machines are definitely off-limits for the gluten free crowd.

Not anymore!!

With toaster bags you can use any toaster, anywhere to toast delicious gluten breads, bagels, waffles, muffins and more!  Just put your gluten free bread/bagel/waffle in the non-stick, reusable bag and drop in the toaster. Minutes later you will have perfectly toasted piece of gluten free yummyness!

There a few options from different manufacturers to choose from:

Toastabags for Gluten Free TravelToastabags Reusable

  • Perfectly Toasted Sandwiches with No Mess No Fuss
  • Easy to Use and Clean, Quick and Reusable
  • Perfect for Families on the Go
  • Great for College Students in Need of a Quick and Healthy Snack
  • Pack of 2 reusable bags


ToastIt for Gluten Free Travel

S/2 “Toast It” Bags

  • Set contains 2 Reusable (up to 50 times) toaster bags, 100% non-stick one wipe clean
  • Turn your Toaster into a Grill, Prepare a snack in your toaster, grill, toaster oven…
  • Crumb-free toasting reduces cross contact: Perfect for gluten-free breads
  • Grilles: Sandwiches, pizza slices, pita bread, bacon, panini, garlic bread and more
  • Made in Belgium. Hand wash or place in dishwasher away from heating element.



Eksel toaster bagsEKSEL Toaster Bags

  • Reusable Non-Stick Fits Any Size Bread
  • Healthy, make toast without butter
  • Keep your toaster free of crumbs
  • Perfect For Food Allergies
  • Use in Toaster, Microwave, Oven, Grill
  • 3 Toaster Bags in a pack


Comments (4)

  1. pninit Sep 10, 2015 at 8:22 pm Reply

    have you found any toaster bags that seal?

    1. The Gluten Free Explorer Oct 29, 2015 at 3:42 pm Reply

      No, I have not. If you do, please let me know. Thanks! Victoria

  2. Dorothy Nagy Nov 25, 2015 at 8:55 pm Reply

    What are the bags made out of?

    1. The Gluten Free Explorer Dec 10, 2015 at 5:57 pm Reply

      Coated fiberglass I believe. The ekSel are PFOA & BPA free.

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