I have had great success baking cakes, cookies, cobblers, biscuits.... in a toaster oven. The one item that has always been a challenge was baking a loaf of bread.
My new toaster oven is taller than normal so I decided to see if it were possible to bake a loaf of bread without it burning or under cooking. I placed a sheet of foil on the top of the bread so if it rose too high the bread wouldn't stick and make a mess.
It's a good thing I used the foil because the bread rose higher than expected and pushed up against the top of the oven.
The bottom of the bread cooked perfectly.
When I cut the bread in half I was very pleased to see it was completely cooked.
Now I'm set for baking all summer without heating up the house.