I buy these fun "maker machines" on clearance and you're darn tootin' I'm going to get as much use out of them as I can. lol
While the machine was heating, I took some Udi's gluten free bread slices and flattened them out as much as possible using a rolling pin. Then, I cut the shapes I was going to use with the cookie (pie dough) cutter that came with the machine to match its shapes.
Then, just as I would a pie pop, I place the bottom layer of bread down in the machine and added cheese, the pop stick, and top layer of bread. Shut the lid and after about one minute, I had these adorable Toasted Cheese Pops!
You could also use non-dairy cheese or other fillings of choice - like mini pepperonis for Pizza Pops, add lunch meat dices, or whatever you desire.