Choose your bread and place it in the toaster. Any bread works for buttered toast: white, brown, wheat, sourdough, rye, pumpernickel, or another variety. Each one will give you a slightly different flavor and/or texture, so pick your favorite.
Choose the toaster setting. Your toaster probably offers options for how dark and crisp you want the toast to be. If you're not sure, start with a light setting; you can always put the toast in for a second round to get darker, but you can't do anything about toast that's become too dark. X Research source
Remove the toast. When your toast is done, take it out of the toaster. If you think it's dark enough before it actually finishes the toasting cycle, pop it up manually to save it from burning.
Butter your toast. Use a butter knife to spread butter over the toast while it is still warm. If you wait until the toast has cooled, the butter will not melt into the bread. Cut the bread into halves or quarters before you eat, if you wish.
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Buttered toast makes for a great breakfast or quick snack. If you have a toaster, simply pop the bread into the slots, choose a setting depending on how dark you want your toast to be, and pull the lever down. When the toast pop back up, remove it with a pair of tongs and spread butter on top with a knife. If you dont have a toaster, you can make toast on the stove. Heat a frying pan up and melt ½ teaspoon of butter in the pan. Once the butter has melted, place the bread in the pan and let it cook for 2-3 minutes on each side. To learn how to make buttered toast in the oven, read on!
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