A while back, a terrible "lifehack" circulated the internet about the perfect way to make a grilled cheese in a toaster. By turning the toaster on its side and then slipping slices of bread with cheese inside, you could theoretically make a grilled cheese without having to take out a pan and spatula. Then reality set in. Intrepid internet chefs attempted to try this method only to receive burnt bread and cheese-encrusted toaster. While many have given up trying to make grilled cheese in the toaster, it might not be entirely out of the realm of possibility. These toaster sleeves let you successfully make a grilled cheese without setting anything on fire.

Sold on UncommonGoods, these special reusable bags are coated in Teflon so they won't burn in the toaster and cheese won't stick to the bags. The pouches keep all the cheese from dripping to the bottom of the toaster, meaning you don't have to turn the appliance on its side. They come with little handles so you can pull your cheesey creation out when it's finished. Now you can prepare your sandwich, stick it in the toaster, and take care of other things in the kitchen while it cooks. It's perfect for college kids and people with very little time to spare.

Each bag can be reused up to 50 times—that's a lot of grilled cheese! They can also be used for other foods like leftover pizza and sandwiches. Just remember not to try out internet cooking hacks until a professional has tried them out first.

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