what is electrical outlet in spanish?
Plug the toaster into the electrical outlet?
Most folk simply use "enchufe" just like most English speakers simply use "plug" for both outlet (or socket) and plug.
I don't doubt there is a standard somewhere, if not a whole set of standards, that defines the correct nomenclature but I've never seen it/them.
Come to think of it, I believe I have heard someone, somewhere use "fuente (de electricidad)",
"Conecta el tostador en el enchufe". Or "Enchufa el tostador".
I've heard both "toma"and "enchufe". A power strip or multiple outlets on an extension cord is often called a "multitoma."
I've always just said: Put it in the electricity = "Metelo en la corriente"
tomacorriente is the word I learned for "outlet"
No le déis más vueltas, es un enchufe.
Enchufa la tostadora