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Wolf Gourmet Toaster Product Review and Giveaway

Wolf Gourmet Toaster Product Review - Read our review of the Wolf Gourmet Four-Slice Toaster #WolfGourmet

Over the last week or so, we’ve been sharing all sorts of breakfast and brunch recipes – and those have all been leading up to today’s Wolf Gourmet Toaster Product Review and Giveaway!

Thanks to our friends at Wolf Gourmet, one lucky A Family Feast reader will have a chance to win this Wolf Gourmet Four-Slice Toaster for their very own! Keep reading for more details.

Wolf Gourmet also provided us with a Four-Slice Toaster for testing and review purposes. All opinions below are 100% ours.

Wolf Gourmet Toaster Product Review and Giveaway - A Family Feast

We used this great Wolf Gourmet Toaster to toast cinnamon raisin English muffins, bagels, toast for avocado rye canapés, and to warm our oat buttermilk waffles. After several weeks of recipe testing, Jack and I can honestly say that this is the best toaster we’ve ever owned!

The first thing we noticed was the gorgeous design. (How great would this toaster look on your kitchen counter!)

Wolf Gourmet Toaster Product Review and Giveaway - A Family Feast

As you can see above, each side of the toaster has separate settings – a ‘bagel’ setting, a ‘frozen’ setting, and a ‘keep warm’ setting. Shade selectors on the front (with those distinctive Wolf Gourmet red knobs of course!) allow you to toast to your preferred level of lightness or darkness.

We also loved that we could toast a bagel on one side of the toaster and – at the same time – we could toast a frozen pastry or another type of bread on the other side.

Wolf Gourmet Toaster Product Review and Giveaway - A Family Feast

We tested all types of bread in our Wolf Gourmet Toaster: crusty bakery bread, English muffins, large and thick New York-style bagels, homemade waffles, and sandwich bread.

The Wolf Gourmet Toaster toasts very quickly thanks to commercial-grade heating elements.  The toaster has extra-wide bread slots that accommodate a variety of bread and pastry types and sizes, and self-centering bread guides ensure even browning. There’s also a convenient cancel feature that pops your toast up at the touch of a button so you can stop toasting simply and easily.  And, your toast automatically rises to the ideal height for easy access.

Wolf Gourmet Toaster Product Review and Giveaway - A Family Feast

One thing to note: Like any toaster, if your bagel or slice of bread is unevenly cut, or if your slice of bread is so large that it sticks out of the top of the bread slot as you toast, you might see some uneven toasting, even with this premium-quality toaster. But a quick flip of the bread and a brief re-toast did the trick for us.

And another note: If you are having difficulty slicing through your hearty breads and bagels, Wolf Gourmet also makes some terrific knives including that super sharp 10-inch bread knife you see in the photo below.  (My husband Jack couldn’t stop raving about that bread knife – but that could be a completely separate review! It’s a great knife!)

Wolf Gourmet Toaster Product Review and Giveaway - A Family Feast

Finally, one more feature to point out – the Wolf Gourmet Toaster has crumb trays that slide out from each side so cleaning is super easy!

Wolf Gourmet Toaster Product Review and Giveaway - A Family Feast

The Wolf Gourmet Toaster comes in Four-Slice and Two-Slice models, both with a 5-year limited warranty.

The Wolf Gourmet Four-Slice Toaster has a suggested retail price of $499.95, and it is sold online as well as at Sur La Table. #WolfGourmet

Wolf Gourmet Toaster Product Review and Giveaway - A Family Feast

Wolf Gourmet is giving one lucky A Family Feast reader the chance to win a Wolf Gourmet Four-Slice Toaster for your own kitchen!

For your chance to win*, leave a comment below by 11:59 pm on May 6, 2017 and tell us what you would make first in the Wolf Gourmet Four-Slice Toaster?

 *Giveaway Terms & Conditions:  Open to anyone 18 years of age or older with a valid US shipping address in the 50 United States or District of Columbia (No P.O. Boxes please!) Winner will be randomly selected via random.org on May 7, 2017. Winner will be contacted via email so please be sure to enter using a valid email address where we can reach you. Winner will have 48 hours to respond and confirm their shipping address, otherwise a new winner will be selected and so on.

Please note that comments are moderated so if you don’t see your comment immediately published, don’t worry – we have received it!  Duplicate entries will be deleted.

Wolf Gourmet Toaster Product Review and Giveaway - A Family Feast

Click here to see all of the delicious recipes we made using this Wolf Gourmet Four-Slice Toaster

Cinnamon Raisin English Muffins

Scallion Cream Cheese Bagel Spread

Oat Buttermilk Waffles with Mango-Fig Spread

Avocado Rye Canapés

You may also enjoy reading about these other Wolf Gourmet Products:

Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven

Wolf Gourmet Blender

Wolf Gourmet Cookware


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  1. I would toast waffles and serve them with fruit and maple syrup
    jslbrown2009 at aol dot com

  2. Teresa Wright :

    I would definitely try the Cinnamon Raisin Muffins.. They sound delicious! And the toaster does look Amazing in your Kitchen.

  3. Jeannine DiTonno :

    I will bake my english muffin bread and serve toasted hot and topped with your good honey butter.

  4. Looks like a fabulous toaster to say the least!
    I would love to have one in my busy, always “hungry” household!

  5. Alexandra Robertson :

    I would make toasted banana bread and slather it with some butter! This toaster looks so awesome! My toddler’s favorite food is peanut butter toast with honey so this would make us all very happy!

  6. Joel Robertson :

    I would toast sourdough for an egg salad sandwich.

  7. Jennifer Clarke :

    I would toast homemade cinnamon raisin bread!

  8. Jennifer MacQueen :

    My mom’s zucchini bread recipe (just in time for Mother’s Day)…. toasted in this brand new toaster (that would match my kitchen perfectly) and help start my mornings with my two hungry boys! Thank you for the opportunity!!!

  9. We make almost all of our own bread. I think it would be a great addition to our kitchen since we love to cook.

  10. I would toast ……. gourmet toast!!

  11. I’d toast some bagels and serve them with cream cheese and smoked salmon!

  12. I would try a hearty slice of homemade bread with some amazing honey butter!

  13. I’d be toasting a nice poppy seed bagel!

  14. Oat Butternut waffle with mango fig sauce ❤️

  15. Brenda Haines :

    Bagel with avocado and lox. Thanks so much for the chance!!

  16. Breakfast here we come. For sure English Muffins would be the first thing for me. I know my kids would be right behind with some homemade pop tarts before running out for school. Can’t wait to put this beauty on my counter.

  17. This toaster looks amazing!
    I would probably toast regular bread first, to see how it performs, before venturing on with other food.

  18. Andrea Lincoln :

    I love the design of this toaster! Definitely won’t want to hide this toaster in a cabinet.

  19. Jackie Patterson :


  20. We love to toast the homemade sourdough bread our Nana makes when she visits.

  21. I would make the best toasted bagel ever!! Thanks for the giveaway of this amazing product!

  22. Ellen Flanagan :

    I would toast bagels! I have been shopping for a new toaster and find that most brands are inconsistent in their browning. It would be a fabulous extravagance to own a precise Wolf toaster!

  23. I like bagels, so that is what I would try first.

  24. I would toast some fresh everything bagels for my family and make egg sandwiches. We are in desperate need of a new toaster. The plastic tabs to push the slider down to toast our bread is broken so we have to use a butter knife to push down the lever.

  25. I would toast a cheddar jalapeno bagel. My topping of choice is candied bacon. Yummm!!!!

  26. Sharon Swineford :

    I would toast my homemade cinnamon bread.

  27. Is it weird to say that this toaster is BEAUTIFUL?! I make my own waffles and toast, then freeze them.. so this would be perfect for my kitchen to reheat a slice (since I currently heat them up in my toaster oven)!

  28. I would use the Wolf toaster for bagels which we love to keep on hand.

  29. A nice fat slice of ciabatta for avocado, arugula, and a poached egg – did I mention the tomato and bacon… oh yeah, and hollandaise. BLT eggs Benedict!

  30. I would start with a toasted bagel!

  31. Suzanne McCain :

    Wow! That toaster looks amazing!

  32. Dee-Ele Williams :
  33. I’d toast bagels and make a batch of your inspired spread, Cream Cheese with Sundried Tomato & Basil! I love those unmistakable Wolf red knobs on the toaster – great branding!

  34. OMG…..this toaster looks and sounds totally amazing……way ahead of the times…..better technology than any other company out there. I buy homemade bread from a local bakery and I love to slice it extra thick and I put peanut butter on it and have a small bowl of our local maple syrup to dip it in……yummy !!!!! There are not any toaster out there that will accommodate the thickness. Also, I’ve totally had it with buying a new toaster every 2 years or so. Other companies out there do NOT make toasters that last and they don’t toast evenly and you have to re-toast and of course you end up with burnt toast…..ugh. This WOLF toaster looks like it way ahead of its time. We also buy oversized bagels which do not fit any toaster at all……so you have to eat it uncooked. Every Sunday, our whole family gets together and we do a huge brunch and would accommodate all types of toasting…….we would LOVE to win this amazing toaster. Thanks for giving us an opportunity to enter your drawing…….HAPPY EASTER TO ALL OF YOU TOO !!!!

  35. catherine tubbs :

    What a beautifully designed toaster. I love that there are 4 slots. This way I can make breakfast for everyone at once! A waffle for my little one, peanut butter cinnamon banana toast for my teen, and avocado bacon toast for my hubby and myself………..winning!!

  36. I’ve searched and searched for a toaster that really works well. It would be used daily for toast (both from homemade bread and bakery), English muffins, bagels, and the like. I would LOVE to have something that really worked! I think I would first make English muffin toast for breakfast.

  37. Definitely cinnamon bread! I mean is there anything better than warm cinnamon bread?

  38. an everything bagel to eat with cream cheese and lox

  39. Def. A bagel

  40. Christina Lengyel :

    Homemade waffles or Italian bread from scratch, I got a bread machine for xmas and this would be the perfect complement to it!!

  41. Linda DelCastilho :

    I love lox and cream cheese (with onion, capers, lettuce and tomato) on a toasted bagel. Toasting a bagel looks easy with this toaster.

  42. I would most likely make waffles as the grandchildren adore waffles with strawberries.

  43. David Anderson :

    Try a bagel in it, maybe some frozen waffles! Would be a great addition to kitchen for sure!

  44. I would toast slices of English walnut Povita Bread and spread vegetable cream cheese on the toasted bread slices

  45. I would fix every kind of English muffin that I could find in the toaster! They are one of my favorite foods–I think they are in a food group all their own!!!

  46. I would toast my favourite croissant bagel and serve it with cream cheese and fruit. Love this toaster! It would match my Wolf oven!

  47. Wow! I would toast English muffins with raisins and raisin bread. What a beautiful and functional toaster. Thank you for this opportunity.

  48. We could use a new toaster!!! I’ve never seen a toaster with all these different settings. I bet it is Amazing!!!

  49. Kathy Scheibel :

    I’ll toast anything and everything that will fit into this marvelous appliance!

  50. After a lifetime of toasters that never quite work perfectly, I’d love to win this one.

  51. I would toast all the scrumptious homemade breads… love the design of this toaster!

  52. Jennifer Clifton :

    I would toast an English muffin and a slice of good bread from Panera.

  53. On Saturday mornings, my husband and I like to eat sourdough bread toast and jam. But with our dinky, slow two slot toaster, we have to make our toast in batches….it becomes somewhat cold while waiting on subsequent batches. The Wolf toaster would give us the luxury of having all our toast ready at the same time! Woo hoo!! FOUR slices of hot toast! Now that is luxury!

    Blessings, Cheryl

  54. I would toast some sourdough bagels and slather them with a good helping of cream cheese! And top with some fresh strawberry jam. Yumm!

  55. Homemade wheat bread fresh out of the oven!!

  56. I love to toast the Cinnabon Cinnamon bread I buy when I’m too lazy to make my own – it always smells and tastes so good!

  57. I would have to make the buttermilk waffles for my Grandmother, oh how she loves waffles! This would be great to have! Thanks for the chance.

  58. Joyce R VanArsdale :

    I would make my homemade pound cake, then we toast it in the toaster and spread butter all over it. Its grate.

  59. Heather Poppy :

    There is a little Swedish bakery near my house. The first thing I would toast are slices of their Swedish Rye Bread 🙂

  60. This toaster would be great for larger slices of bread to make a deluxe Bacon Lettuce and Tomato slathered in Mayo! It would also help with those fancier sandwiches, making them heartier like chicken, basil, tomato and mozzarella!

  61. Gloria Wilson :

    I’ll use it for Cinnamon raisin toast and English muffins! 🤗

  62. Barbara Holverson :

    Love this toaster! The first thing I would make it I won this would be cinnamon raisin toast!
    Crossing my fingers.

  63. i love to make home made breads of all kinds and we have an old toaster that burns the toast unless we watch it really close .i am 77 and woudl love a new toaster .just to be able to toast bread and not watch it doesnt burn would be nice.

  64. Since I make all of the bread we eat here, I’d love to toast up some homemade bread in that beautiful toaster. Maybe some Caramel Cappuccino Bread? Or Blueberry Muffin Bread? Decisions, decisions! 🙂

  65. This toaster is the mother of all toasters! I would make cinnamon bread and put butter on it after it pops out of this toaster.

  66. Rosemary Annala :

    I would love the opportunity to own one of these wonderful toasters!

  67. I’d love to have ANYTHING made by Wolf. This toaster looks amazing. The first thing I’d toast would be waffles, and probably the second thing, too.

  68. I would toast and a scrumptious piece of cinnamon swirl oatmeal bread.

  69. I would toast Cinnamon Raisin Bread. I can imagine the smell now….amazing! The toaster will look fantastic on my counter! Thank you!1

  70. Definitely bagels. It’s hard to find a toaster that will do them justice. 🙂

  71. Stephanie Phelps :

    I would make up some bagels first in it if I won! My granddaughter loves her blueberry bagels!

  72. I’d say that a nice Ezekiel bread toast however I bet that my son would best me and throw 4 blueberry frozen waffles in there first!

  73. Homemade cinnamon bread toast – yum!

  74. Nikki Commerford :

    I would toast english muffins for Eggs Benedict!

  75. Jean Battisto :

    I would toast some English Muffins to make Eggs Benedict for a fancy brunch!! YUMMY!

  76. Nothing starts are morning out right like a homemade English Muffin, slice a warmed Canadian Bacon, a perfectly poached egg with Chipotle Hollandaise sauce (my secret ingredient)….homemade and hot!

  77. What a gorgeous toaster. I love the keep warm feature. I may be a Plain Jane, but I love my toast. And this looks like it would provide the perfect shade.

  78. I would make a sandwich made with my home canned tuna on toasted dill rye. YUM!

  79. Emily Jelassi :

    i would toast slices of the cinnamon-raisin challah i made yesterday and spread the toast with butter and a drizzle of maple syrup – delicious! the toaster looks amazing and i love, love, love that both sides have a pull-out crumb tray – genius!!

  80. Toasting my sourdough waffles would be a breeze in this beautiful gem. Wish me luck, and thank you Family Feast and Wolf.

  81. I’ve been baking a lot of loaves of King Arthur Flour’s ricotta chive bread (by hand, not machine!), and eating a toasted and buttered slice of that bread is euphoric. When you come down from that, #slicetoastrepeat 🙂

  82. Such a wonderfully designed toaster! I love that both sides have a pull-out crumb tray. The first thing I would do is toast bagels and top them with unsalted butter, cinnamon and a drizzle of honey or maple syrup.

  83. Jeanne Townsend :

    I would love to toast some sour dough cheese bread for a bacon, lettuce and tomato sandwich in this beautiful toaster.

  84. “Everything” bagel with scallion cream cheese.

  85. Nancy Farris :

    I’d toast a thick slice of homemade whole grain bread.

  86. LaVonne Hegland :

    I would make a loaf of homemade bread and toast a slice from it and serve it with homemade raspberry jam!!!! Love the design of the toaster!! Thanks so much for the chance to win it!!!

  87. Allan Conkle :

    I think I would make some cinnamon maple bagels and top them with some cream cheez and toasted walnuts.

  88. This is a well thought out toaster. Just beautiful!! I think I would love to try some nice pieces of Italian bread to put my sausage and peppers on.. Yummy…

  89. Katie Haskins :

    English muffins are our favorite toast, with bagels right behind!

  90. Glenda Nordmeyer :

    I have a beautiful Irish Soda Bread tucked away for safekeeping in my freezer. Nothing would make me happier than to have it properly thawed and toasted in my steely, sexy new Wolf toaster!

  91. First thought of a yummy breakfast are toasted everything bagels with her bed cream cheese served with scrambled eggs and cheese. Rarely do I indulge in bacon, but a slice of crispy bacon would take this breakfast over the top for me.

  92. Hands down it would have to be homemade raisin bread!

  93. The first thing I would make is home made pop tarts with cinnamon sugar filling.

  94. Ohhh…a cheesy bagel and then slather with strawberry cream cheese. Yummm!!

  95. Leslie Lynne :

    Oh my goodness what a dream win!!! This beats our $10 toaster by far… Lol!!
    I’d make a yummy bakery bagel!!!

  96. Joyce Rodenhouse :

    I would make toast for BLT sandwiches. That is a beautiful toaster and would be awesome in my kitchen!

  97. Oh those cinnamon raisin English muffins definitely look worth trying! I would start with that!

  98. My dad had a homemade recipe that he called Red Eye Gravy (basically biscuits and gravy), I think he called it Red Eye because he used quite a bit of red pepper flakes (that I cut back on quite a bit or my family will not eat it). My dad always used to say this is going to stick to your ribs all day! I have served this to several friends and family and to some who say that they do not really care for biscuits and gravy and all have gone back for seconds and thirds! We usually have it for supper rather than breakfast and is usually my daughters requested meal for her birthday dinner. So with that in mind, I like my biscuits to be warm before drowning them in gravy so I would use this toaster to warm the biscuits first as it has been awhile since I have made the B&G for the fam!

  99. Michelle Reno :

    It is a toss-up either Bagel or English Muffin

  100. I’d make toasted angel cake slices for angel s’mores as well as hearty grain bread toast with butter. What an awesome toaster!

  101. I’m kind of embarrassed to say – toaster strudel.

  102. I would toast some homemade raisin and walnut bread.

  103. Sue Peterson :

    Sourdough for turkey sandwiches!

  104. Lisa Burrill :


  105. I make homemade egg bread that my family begs me to make. To me the best way to eat egg bread is toasted. Or should I just say any bread, which is my downfall and the reason why I am more than a handful to love. My egg bread would be extra special made in this Wolf toaster, plus it would match my beautiful Wolf range. Nothing beats a Wolf appliance!!!

  106. Myra Topolski :

    Abig thick slice of homemade bread with lots of butter followed by a crunchy english muffin.

  107. Sarah Cullimore :

    Where do I even begin?! The thought of having this toasting beauty in my home gives me the warm n fuzzies! I would toast everything from english muffins to sourdough for my paninis, but what would have me most excited would be having a toaster that I could “lightly recrisp” my day old waffles. Unlike most toasters, I’m convinced that WOLF technology would guarantee that I could pop my soggy waffles in for a minute or so and have them toasted to perfection, rather than end up burned to a crisp. The four slice capacity would mean that the whole family could eat at the same time and the stainless, sleek design guarantees the WOLF a permanent home on my kitchen counter!!

  108. Bagels, bagels and more bagels. Fat ones, skinny ones and every flavor. Spread with peanut butter, cream cheese, tuna salad.

  109. Jane Grabenstein :

    A toasted bagel with some of that scallion cream cheese spread on it has mouth watering!

  110. I would make a nice loaf of homemade bread, slice it thick and toast eat. Not very original but so yummy

  111. Our toaster needs to be replaced and I would love to have one of these in my kitchen for toasting english muffins and bagels!!

  112. Hey! I would love to own this toaster! After I gleefully tore the packing away I would set the toaster on the counter and make cinnamon raisin nut bread toast! Once I heard the warm sweet bread pop up I’d slather it with crunchy peanut butter and grape jelly and top it with a second piece of toast. I plate that baby, cut in half and polish off the sandwich with a chilled glass of milk. It’s a classic and I know of no better way to test a toaster capabilities than on a classic! Ymmm! I can smell it now.

  113. I would love to toast some raisin cinnamon English muffins, buttered and spread raspberry jam on them…. Yummy!!

  114. Emilie Ritchie :

    Toast for cinnamon and sugar toast. Thanks for the chance.

  115. Emma McQuaid :

    I would toast homemade Molasses Oatmeal Bread.

  116. What a beautiful toaster,I would love to win it!! I feed my family and my grandson and also my sick mom. That would make her so happy her toaster it old. We toast alot bread and bagels wth all sorts of toppngs. english muffns

  117. John Mondoux :

    I would make waffles for my 3 grandchildren after one of their bimonthly sleepovers. They love big fluffy frozrn waffles.

  118. Hawaiian Bread toast YUM

  119. Cinnamon raisin toast

  120. I would toast an everything bagel and slather on softened cream cheese!

  121. Cranberry and walnut bread would be just perfect toasted in this amazing toaster-extrodinaire.

  122. I would toast some the wonderful homemade bread from Lyndell’s Bakery. I couldn’t think of a better way to christen this toaster!!

  123. fran adamski :

    we don`t have any toaster… but if i did 1st thing i would toast would be some sour dough bread…yummy… thank you

  124. I would make bagels in my new beautiful Wolf toaster. This would make me very happy!

  125. Cece Youmans :

    I would make some homemade cinnamon raisin English muffins & then toast them in that lovely toaster.

  126. Bagel – then after it pops our of that fabulous toaster, I’d slather it with lox and cream cheese.

  127. Candace Greene :

    The French toast bagels and then top with cream cheese yum!

  128. Susan Broughton :

    My family loves Bagels so that would be our first items

  129. My toaster broke so I would love a new one. I would make banana bread and toast it with peanut butter.

  130. I would use the toaster to make my favorite cheddar jalapeno bagel!

  131. Carolina Crosby :

    Definitely an English muffin to make some delicious egg sandwiches, with a hot cappuccino.

  132. I would toast an onion bagel and give it a smear of cream cheese.

  133. A good, homemade raisin bread would be the first thing I toasted. But wait! There are 4 slots!
    One of raisin bread, one with half a cinnamon raisin bagel, one with a slice of breakfast bread from my local store and the last one with half of an English muffin.

  134. A bagel with cream cheese and smoked salmon! Love the slide out crumb tray, that is slick!

  135. Sarah Massey :

    I would love to have a toaster that does a good job with bagels.

  136. Definitely I would toast a piece of sour dough bread or Naan and slather with a little mayonnaise and sliced avocado. This has been my go to comfort food since childhood.

  137. Roger Wilson :

    I would make English muffins, my favorite.

  138. I would make toast with homemade bread, topped with honey butter or butter and jam. YUM

  139. Ellie Wright :

    I would toast raisin cinnamon bagels to slather with cream cheese first.

  140. Marilyn Stephen :

    I would toast some homemade bread for sandwiches.

  141. Tresa Govern :

    OH MY GOODNESS!!!! I would literally cook breakfast EVERY meal of the day for a year if I had this AWESOME piece of equipment!!! WOW!!

  142. Elizabeth Neild :

    Thank you for this opportunity! I would toast up some of our honey wheat bread from a local bakery. So good!

  143. This looks awesome for Belgian waffles. Good luck to all. Great brand.

  144. I love toast and would use the Wolf Gourmet Toaster with a loaf of sourdough bread. Once perfectly browned I would top the bread with almond butter, chopped dates, sliced banana, granola and a drizzle of honey!

  145. Love this look! Would toast sourdough bread and bagels!

  146. Kristi Latcham :

    I would toast nice thick slices of my Grandma’s recipe homemade bread, with butter and homemade plum jam!

  147. What a beautiful toaster! I would make toast out of great baked bread. Mmmmmm 🙂

  148. I would toast my homemade no k was bread first!

  149. I would toast english muffins to use in making breakfast sandwiches, with pb, eggs, cheese, pickles/tomatoes, and sometimes lettuce 🙂

  150. Whenever I feel like challenging myself I think of making bagels. When I take the time and trouble of making bagels I would so pleased to toast them right and perfectly in a Wolf Gourmet Four-slice Toaster. Bring on the cream cheese.

  151. Yum, Cinnamon Raisin Muffins…and bagels, and toast, and……

  152. This toaster would be perfect for the house where my family gathers. Sometimes I will fix breakfast for dinner and this would eliminate such a long wait for toast and would also be great in the mornings for those wanting items with different cook times.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

  153. Stephanie Kufert :


  154. I would toast my bread pudding then top with Irish cream butter. Yum.

  155. Julie Holbrook :

    I would make an English muffin and top it with peanut butter and honey

  156. I’d toast a blueberry bagel

  157. Michelle Spencer :

    The very first thing I would toast is a thick slice of my homemade artisan bread. I would slather it with a generous smear of my jalapeño jam.

  158. Diane Cisewskiton :

    I would use it for toast

  159. I’d toast some great bagels that I froze in case of an urgent need to consume! they would be shmeared with cream cheese and topped with lox, thinly sliced onion and capers! Toaster would look fabulous in my recently redone kitchen as well!

  160. Susan Sicuranza :

    Love the toaster! Definitely a fresh bagel!

  161. Susan Schmirler :

    I would love to toast anything that I didn’t have to flip in the toaster for an even result. A new toaster that performs well would be a blessing.

  162. Must make bagels!

  163. Jenny Lynn Hatter :

    Since we use a toaster every morning, this would be a dream! Avocado toast for me, English muffins for my boys – thank you for the chance!

  164. Toast my gluten-free bread everyday!!!

  165. Belgian waffles!!!!! When I make homemade Belgian waffles be it for breakfast, brunch or dinner I make extra to keep in the freezer. With this toaster I say lets get a brunch party started.

  166. I would toast my Jennie Craig English muffin as part of their sunrise sandwich. Yummy for sure cause the muffin part would be toasted.

  167. I would toast some home made wheat bread in that gorgeous toaster! Thank for the chance to win it!

  168. Well, toast of course! 😄

  169. Cinnamon sugar toast. I toast it for a slight crisp and then stick it under the broiler. Best toast ever!

  170. Without a doubt it would be the bagels with Scallion Cream Cheese Spread. In fact, I’ll make them whether I’d win or not! Sounds heavenly and cheaper than spreads in the containers.

  171. I would probably toast some of the homemade bread that I have been making lately and then butter it and put on some strawberry rhubarb jam from my last jar. That toaster would make it epic !

  172. I’d toast bagels and make a salmon/cream cheese/scallion spread. My old toaster has gone to the great toasting place in the sky…this looks like an awesome upgrade from what I had!

  173. Lynnette Kleinau :

    I would use it to toast my breakfast English muffin that I enjoy with cream cheese and my husband’s homemade jams and marmalades.

  174. I would make toast out of my world-famous homemade cinnamon raisin bread.

  175. Toast a batch of homemade sourdough bread for a breakfast sandwich.

  176. Kristin robidoux :

    This looks awesome!

  177. Mona Lisa Swarm :

    I would first toast an English muffin topped with butter and peanut butter. I love how the peanut butter melts and gets in all the nooks and crannies. I know I’m not supposed to have it, but sometimes you just have to give in to the devil sitting on your shoulder. lol

  178. Catherine France :

    I would first make toasted homemade slices of banana bread.

  179. Waffles!

  180. cheryl larimer :

    The first thing I would make is cinnamon raisin bread. It would be lightly toasted with a thin layer of butter.

  181. Geri Rosa-Brown :


  182. I might have to toast two things at once just because I can with this awesome 4 slicer! Raisin bread on one side and a bagel on the other makes a family happy 😊

  183. Cindy Sierzenga :

    Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful machine.
    Our family loves raisin toast and yes, slathered with nice ripe avocado!
    That machine should be on my granite countertop where it belongs. 😊

  184. Aileen Brown :

    This toaster looks like a great appliance for my household! I bake bread and sometimes need the extra space when the slices are cut on the large size.

  185. I would make toast. Then add a little homemade jam.

  186. Patricia Carver :

    I have whole grain toast for breakfast every day with butter and marmalade. I I’ll love to have this toaster.

  187. Beth Rodriguez :

    I would toast my husbands homemade cinnamon roll bread!!

  188. I love baking my own Panettone any time of year. Nothing better for a breakfast treat than freshly toasted Panettone.

  189. Cynthia Johnson :

    The first thing I do is to toast a thick slice of homemade pound cake, then smear chocolate hazelnut spread, top with a dollop of whipped cream and some fresh sliced strawberries. Yum!!

  190. Vanessa Parise :

    Blueberry bagels toasted in the toaster

  191. I’d love to toast a bagel for a bagel with cream cheese and salmon!

  192. First thing I would toast would be my mothers homemade wheat bread and topped with an avocado spread 🙂

  193. I would use this toaster to toast cinnamon sugar bagels and then top them with peanut butter.

  194. Mary Adams-Ali :

    I would toast English muffins and then slather one of them in Earth Balance buttery spread and one with orange marmalade for my husband. I swoon over how the toppings get into on the nooks and crannies of the muffin.

    The Wolf toaster would be a fantastic addition to my kitchen. This is just my style and I love the brand. Hoping to eventually get a Wolf range as I love to cook, and appreciate high quality tools.

  195. Tarisa Gibbs :

    I love to make homemade waffles and freeze them. This toaster would be perfect for toasting them up for a morning breakfast.

  196. I would use it to toast up my homemade frozen waffles and pancakes for my boys on school mornings!

  197. LaTanya Cosie :

    I would definitely make blueberry bagels for my daughter!!

  198. This toaster looks absolutely awesome! And I love sourdough bread, so simple sourdough toast it is!

  199. calvin combs :

    I would toast an English Muffin to use as a base for my venison breakfast steak and egg open faced sandwich with pan sauce

  200. Jeanne Lawson :

    My first thing to toast would be a homemade “everything” bagel. Recently I learned how to make bagels. To celebrate winning the toaster I would make another batch and enjoy my new kitchen toy!

  201. Corey Anderson :
  202. I would toast homemade cinnamon raisin bagels and spread honey butter on top of them!!!

  203. Looks like a great toaster, Love Wolf products!

  204. I would toast English muffins and top them with a great German honey.

  205. Avocado toast! Mmm

  206. Debbie Eaton :

    I make lots of homemade waffles at one time and like to put them in the freezer. My current toaster slots are too small so the waffles are the first thing that I would like to try.
    It is a beautiful looking toaster. I wouldn’t have to hide it!

  207. I would first put the cinnamon raisin English muffin…I love English muffins..then I would slather them with warm honey butter and a big glass of milk!!!…. Mmmmmm

  208. Krumpets!

  209. Patti Morena :

    I’m a purist- a thick slice of homemade bread with butter and homemade cranberry jam.
    PLUS- one side for me, one for my husband…. I love my toast browned, his just crunchy. no more remembering to re-ajust….

  210. Sour dough toast!

  211. I would love to use the Wolf Toaster to toast some everything bagels and serve them with your scallion cream cheese bagel spread! Sounds delicious.

  212. Heather Phillips :

    I have just recently delved into baking and have a delicious sounding recipe for “pop tarts”. Having a decent toaster, instead of an oldie bought at Goodwill, would be amazing for trying out my creation.

  213. id toast some bagels and id toast some banna bread but just to get it a crunch not to much

  214. Stephanie Grant :

    I would use it to make bagels for my son’s favorite breakfast…toads in a hole 🙂

  215. Laura Dobrinick :

    A delicious bagel!

  216. Cinnamon bread would be the first thing I would put in this beautiful toaster.

  217. I would toast thick slices of pound cake and spread with homemade lemon curd.
    Thank you for a lovely giveaway!
    sharonjo at gwtc dot net

  218. Bagels, bagels, and more bagels…topped off with butter and my choice of one of several flavored cream cheese spreads…heaven!

  219. I do this with a two slot toaster now, but having a four slot would save so much time!

    So I’d put some nice day old Italian bread in two slots, and then use a toaster bag (famously for grilled cheese) for say, some previously cooked grilled chicken, a slice of prosciutto and a slice of fresh mozzarella. Make sure you blot the mozzarella dry a teeny bit, it can release some moisture. I like the cryovac packaged stuff compared to the “water bath” for this purpose.

    Then I top it off with a touch of oil, tomato and basil. DELICIOUS.

  220. Melissa Lamb :

    The first thing I would make is Everything Bagels. What a great looking toaster!

  221. I love my raisin cinnamon toast with honey walnut cream cheese. I can see it now popping out of my Wolf Gourmet Four-Slice Toaster. love the giveaways and the wonderful things that you can do.

  222. Gussie Schug :

    I would toast a slice of homemade cinnamon raisin bread.

  223. Mahdi Martin :

    I would make regular old toast for my husband and myself at the same time! What a marvelous thought!

  224. I love frozen waffles! Always!

  225. The kitchen appliance I need most right now is a toaster! I would toast bagels and frozen waffles in it — and, of course, I would also make regular toast!

  226. Betty Pierson :

    This toaster looks fabulous, and the Wolf name is synonymous with quality! Hope I win!!

  227. Tracie Cooper :

    I would love to make everything bagels first!

  228. Breakfast food is our favorite. Waffles, Bagels, or english muffins

  229. I would love a toaster like this. My toaster now the buttons pop off. I love thick bread toasted then spread with Amish butter and sweet raspberry jam while still hot – then add fluffy eggs and ham to make the best breakfast sandwich.

  230. Millie Graber :

    I would gleefully look forward to toasting a sprouted grain & sesame seed bagel to perfection, add some cream cheese and black currant preserves on top and enjoy. Oh, yes!
    Thank you.

  231. I would make toast from thickly sliced english muffin toasting bread. Lots of butter!

  232. Bagels, definitely bagels. Big ones from NYC.

  233. Whole wheat toast with lots of butter! Thanks.

  234. Been using a 4 slot toaster for 20 yrs mostly everyday, having just about everything you could put in a toaster. Just resently,the one side burnt out. Could not find one that comes close to the one I have, until Now. This toaster is totally awesome!

  235. Totes would either choose to toast some cinnamon raisin bread OR an everything bagel. Can’t lose.

  236. I would make sourdough toast, and top it with my white bean spread

  237. The toaster would serve me well as I prepare meals for many friends who bring me bagels from NY. YUM
    I love to cook and bake all of the time.
    Maybe this toaster will get my husband to cook me breakfast😊

  238. I would make sweet potato toast!

  239. Patrick Donohue :

    Toasted Everything Bagel with cream cheese and flaked grilled sockeye salmon.

  240. Charlie Marshall :

    I would definitely find the perfect setting to toast fresh bagels.

  241. The first thing I would fix is an English Muffin. Love them. : )

  242. I know id try it out first with raisin and cinnamon bagels.

  243. My girls love bagels, so that would probably be the first thing we make!

  244. I would make avacado toast with some of my husbands homemade bread.

  245. Oh, I would love to make those cinnamon raisin English muffins! They look and sound incredible.

  246. Deborah Conner :

    I would toast a bagel and top it with cream cheese

  247. What a gorgeous toaster! It would awesome on my counter. I’d toast English Muffins for my husband Mike’s Eggs Benedict! Yum..

  248. Mechele Rose :

    Beautiful toaster. I would make some yummy cinnamon toast.

  249. I would toast my cinnamon bagels using this!

  250. I could use one of these for bagels, can not tell you how many times I have burned bagels because they get stuck in the toaster!

  251. Valerie Bower :

    I love a good toasted bagel. Most toasters make it too crispy! This toaster looks like it would toast perfect bagels. Thanks 🙂

  252. Prudence Weaver :

    A perfectly toasted bagel!

  253. Cinnamon raisin toast

  254. Peanutt butter on toast!

  255. Janette Griffin :

    I would toast either brown sugar pop tarts or toasted coconut brioche that our local grocery store has this month

  256. Ahh, such a hard thing to decide: what to toast first? I think it would be both a homemade version of Ezekiel bread with bacon jam, and a crunchy bagel with cream cheese, lox and red onion…..and I agree that the toaster is gorgeous and deserves to be on the counter in full view!

  257. I would use toaster to make avocado toast points

  258. First I would toast a waffle and out peanut butter and syrup on it. English muffins would be next.

  259. Homemade bagels would be my first, immediately followed by toast from homemade bread!

  260. Lisa Kessler :

    I would love this toaster, first thing I would make is some fresh pumpernickel toast and try it with your scallion cream cheese spread…. yum!

  261. I would love to toast an onion bagel in this beautiful toaster!

  262. A bagel!

  263. Shirley Long :

    I love waffles. I usually fix a big batch, and freeze them for when I need them. it is so much easier that way for my family. Therefore waffles would be my first choice.

  264. Jeanine Brown :

    My poor toaster is 30 years old. If I had a toaster like this one, I would make my gluten free english muffins and be able to remove them without having them get stuck. The simple things…

  265. I would love to toast bagels in it

  266. Christina H. :

    Toasted homemade carrot bread cake with butter yummm

  267. I would make raspberry and strawberry pastries in the toaster!!!!!

  268. Beautiful, simply Beautiful

  269. Elizabeth Reneau :

    A delicious plain bagel toasted extra dark with lots of butter!!

  270. Homemade banana nut bread grandkids can’t get enough

  271. Beautiful toaster! I would make a cinnamon raisin bagel on one side and sour dough bread on the other side!

  272. I have always wanted red knobs. In this toaster I would have to toast the bagels I grew up on; Bagel Fair, Indianapolis.


  274. delicious thick cut English muffins would be first!

  275. I would toast a everything seed bagel. For lox, horseradish cream cheese, and avocado. A beautiful toaster.

  276. A hot bagel with cream cheese!!

  277. Yummy cinnamon raisin bagel and home made almond butter 🙂

  278. I would cook wheat grain Eggos with strawberries on the side after cooking. It’s a beautiful machine.

  279. An English muffin

  280. Gina Hubright :

    Bagels! ❤️ Then slather them with butter and honey.

  281. Leslie Sullivan :

    I would make cinnamon raisin toast.

  282. Mallivan Olinger :

    Toast of course! 🙂

  283. I would toast a bagel and then spread it with cream cheese and homemade strawberry jam.

  284. I am pretty sure my DH would do peanut butter toast. That is what he has every morning! I have never had a toaster that lasted more than a few years. This looks like a good one.

  285. I would toast the fact that I had finally won something!

  286. Michelle McGee :

    This toaster looks amazing……I already know that the first thing I would do with it would be to just toast some bread for a BLT sandwich……I haven’t had a toaster for a couple of years because I couldn’t find one I like……I am dying for that BLT and this toaster. 🙂

  287. Toasted English muffins with homemade peach jam!!

  288. Marcia Hovey :

    I would toast spinach bagles for our ham, bacon, egg, and cheddar breakfast sandwiches! Then it would be english muffins with butter and peanut butter.

  289. I would eat nothing but bagels for the rest of my life!

  290. Patricia Reilley :

    Bagels, definitely bagels. I would love a toaster that not past them perfectly.

  291. i would toast homemade cinnamon raisin spelt bread in the toaster,.

  292. This would be a great way to make my famous breakfast sandwich with toasted sourdough, pesto, egg, tomato, bacon and cheese….YUM! This would look great in my kitchen!

  293. Pat Giordano :

    I would make toast for the Avocado Rye Canapés. That sounds SO good!

  294. I’d love that toaster!!!

  295. Rosalie Watson :

    I would toast my favorite Sourdough bread to make BLTs!!!

  296. Shirley Lappage :

    Love the look of this toaster! I would love to win this. I would toast bagels,toast and waffles.

  297. Ham egg and cheese on any kind of toasted carb. My family’s favorite breakfast. Thank you.

  298. Oh my…I will toast fat slices of homemade Amish Cinnamon Raison Bread served with Amish butter.

  299. Carrie Murphy :

    Oohhh, it would be a toss up between a big everything bagel or English muffins for eggs benedict.

  300. Latricia Eddy :

    I would toast multigrain bread for my avocado toast

  301. Lori Christensen :

    I would toast some cinnamon raisin bread in two slots, in the other two I would toast waffles for our daughter.

  302. Toasted banana nut bread!

  303. Kimberly Herring :

    I would use the beautiful toaster for my bagel and homemade strawberry 🍓 jam. What an amazing toaster!

  304. I would love to start off with a grilled cheese in a bag made in this beautiful toaster!

  305. Suzanne McCain :

    it won’t be long before fresh tomatoes start arriving…they make the best BLT’s around….of course they need some good toasted bread to stand up to the goodness

  306. I make waffles and toast every single morning.

  307. Betsy Bailey :

    I’m very traditional…I would cook a bagel on one side and toast on the other!

  308. A homemade boiled everything bagel with salmon cream cheese

  309. Mickey Louth :

    I’d toast a bagel first…they are always a treat for me, using some homemade jam!

  310. Earl Williams :

    I would love the capability to slice and toast freshly prepared breads from our bakery. Then we could toast thicker slices to prepare more exotic breakfasts as shown in the Family Feast Collection. Ordinary store bought breads just do not have the flavor nor the strength to support a variety of toppings. What could be better than thick sliced freshly made toast? I would love to have this great appliance working in our kitchen and hope that I am selected.

  311. I would toast cinnamon raisin bagels slathered with butter. And perhaps cream cheese. This looks like an awesome toaster! Thanks for the opportunity.

  312. First of all, it would be Hubby who beat me to the first thing in the new toaster if we won it. He loves bread of any kind, but his favorite is English Muffins. He would probably sit down & eat an entire package if we had this amazing toaster… Yes, he is not fat…. Yes, I am jealous that he can eat all that bread & not gain weight…. So, I have to enjoy all that vicariously….
    Please, help me dream eat!!!

  313. I would try this with a bagel and then top it with jalapeno cream cheese.

  314. Patty Bernier :

    I would toast a bagel for a bacon, egg and cheese sandwich.
    Toaster looks wonderful!

  315. Catherine Gentile :

    Can’t wait. Make it all!!!

  316. This toaster would be perfect for a family brunch, bagels, english muffins, and waffles, something done just right for everyone.

  317. Sourdough toast!!

  318. I would toast some sourdough and fill it will avocado egg salad yummmmm

  319. I would toast an everything bagel! Yum!

  320. Erika Navarro :

    Wow very fancy! Would make a killer toast w avocado spread, sunny side up egg & homemade salsa. Yummersss!!

  321. avocado toast

  322. With my daughter recently diagnosed with celiac, we are in need of new toaster. I would toast some gluten free English muffins.

  323. Bagels

  324. Toasted banana breafd with cream cheese. Nummy!!!

  325. Cinnamon Raisin Toast!!!!

  326. I would make a couple of bagels.

  327. Fabulous!!!!

  328. Cinnamon toast please

  329. It sure is a beauty!!! I’d probably start with some raisin bread ❤️❤️❤️

  330. Paula Watson :

    Buttered Toast!! Need I say more…..

  331. Mary Mannella :

    I would toast a blueberry bagel. I also would do an English Muffin. Thanks for the chance to win. This Toasternis awesome.

  332. I would try the cinnamon raisin muffins. Hmmmm

  333. My the Oat Buttermilk Waffles with Mango-Fig Spread sounds like a great first choice.

  334. Colleen Boudreau :

    I would make a blueberry bagel!

  335. That toaster does look beautiful! If I won it the first thing I would do would be to toast bagels.

  336. Cinnamon toast

  337. The Wolf Gourmet Four-Slice Toaster would be perfect for toasting our favorite Asiago Bagels.

  338. Toast then serve with butter and jam

  339. I would definitely toast cinnamon raisin bagels and eat them with cream cheese.

  340. My favorite bagel is the ‘Everything’ bagel. But it’s just not perfect until it’s toasted just right (not too dark) and you’ve added homemade strawberry cream cheese spread.
    That’s the first thing I’d make if I was fortunate to win such a wonderful toaster. Then I’d make that wonderful English muffin bread and toast that next.

  341. bake home made bread, put butter and cinnamon or apple butter, with my coffee. yummy

  342. Chely pantoja :

    Omg, I would make bacon egg sandwiches!

  343. I would definitely toast my homemade banana my bread and top it with some peanut butter – YUM!!!!

  344. I think I’d toast some banana bread and make some of the delicious honey butter on top. Or pretty much anything with that tasty honey butter on top. Yum!