Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Toaster Hashbrowns

Remove from package place in toaster
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It's amazing that no one has thought of this. I'm thinking that it should be sold as a variety pack (Toaster Hashbrowns, Toaster Eggs, Toaster Bacon). Just pour Toaster Hashbrowns into the toaster and wait. After a couple of minutes you can have piping hot Toaster Hashbrowns.
danio, Nov 26 2002

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       That makes this baked hashbrowns then.
skinflaps, Nov 26 2002
  

       Please input your account number, and press the hash key. For other enquiries, ask the toaster.
Micky Dread, Nov 26 2002
  

       "ReddiWip's Reddi Bacon" - the mind boggles!
DrCurry, Nov 26 2002
  

       "Breakfast Block" - a sort of compacted slab of Hash Browns, corned beef hash, egg, bacon, sausage, tomato and toast. Place in toaster. Toast until yummy. Eat. Listen to hissing noise as coronary ateries instantly narrow to the diameter of hypodermic needles.   

       Yummy. Good idea. Croissant !
8th of 7, Nov 27 2002
  

       I have thought of it, but found that someone else had already marketed them. Egbert's Pre-Baked and Hence Unpublished Halfbakery Ideas no 254.   

       [8th] there is a sandwich van visits our place of work which sells hot pasties, among other artery-narrowing equipment. On Fridays only the Breakfast Special contains sausage, bacon, beans and egg. There is always a scramble (pun unintentional, but I'll leave it anyway).
egbert, Nov 27 2002
  

       [egbert]: You can get all of that stuff in the same tin.
angel, Nov 27 2002
  

       [Angel], I know. Tipped over fried bread. And then straight off for the bypass surgery ....
8th of 7, Nov 27 2002
  

       [angel], yes, but it's cold and the tin hurts your teeth even more than the pastry does.
egbert, Nov 27 2002
  
      
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