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VOICE OVER: Ryan Wild WRITTEN BY: Richard Bush
Pizza is a staple of every chef's menu, pro or amateur. And perhaps the best way to bake some is with a dedicated pizza oven. But with so many household types for sale (we're excluding the large stone outdoor style), choosing the one that's right for you can be tough. But not to worry, we're here to help. We've sifted through numerous website and consumer reviews to present our 5 recommended products.
Script written by Richard Bush

Top 5 Pizza Ovens (2020)

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Welcome to GetMojo, we do the research so you don’t have to! In this video, we’re offering our picks for the 5 best pizza ovens on the market in 2020. Pizza is a staple of every chef’s menu, pro or amateur. And perhaps the best way to bake some is with a dedicated pizza oven. But with so many household types for sale (we’re excluding the large stone outdoor style), choosing the one that’s right for you can be tough. But not to worry, we’re here to help. We’ve sifted through numerous website and consumer reviews to present our 5 recommended products. Okay, first up.

The Countertop Option

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Presto Pizzazz Plus Rotating Oven

For frequent pizza creators, Presto has this countertop model, which can cook pizzas up to 12-inches in about half the time a conventional oven would take. This futuristic-looking machine is priced at around $50 and allows you to control both the top and bottom heat elements - so, if you want to make the crust extra crispy, you can! It has a timer setting too, and will emit an audible noise when your pizza is cooked, so you can walk away and let it do its thing.

The Stovetop Option

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Pizzacraft Pizzeria Pronto Stovetop Pizza Oven

If you prefer your pizza prep a bit more old school, then this gas stovetop model is a great option. Essentially bringing the conventional way of cooking a pizza above the oven as opposed to inside it, this Pizzacraft product allows you to keep an easier eye on your pizzas while they cook. There’s also a built in thermometer for added convenience. Priced at around $70, it claims to be able to cook pizzas in just six minutes.

The Outdoor One

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Ooni Koda Outdoor Pizza Oven

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This model is intended for those who want a portable gas oven experience for their yard. Capable of cooking pizzas up to 13 inches in size, the oven can be ready to go in just 15 minutes - simply connect a propane tank, let it heat up and you’re golden. In fact, speaking of golden, apparently once it’s heated up, this Koda model can cook pizzas in as little as one minute - so it’s ideal for feeding hungry crowds at barbeques. It’s priced from around $300.

The Other Outdoor One

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Camp Chef Italia Artisan Pizza Oven

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If you want more cooking space in your outdoor pizza maker, then this $275 Camp Chef model gives you 20-inches of it to play around with - which is enough for two small pizzas, or a regular 12-inch, with some space for snacks. On top of its convenient adjustment valve, which keeps you in control of the oven’s temperature, there’s also a double-layered ceiling to enhance heat retention and cook pizzas faster. So, it’s no surprise this can reach temperatures upwards of 700 degrees fahrenheit.

The Retro One

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Nostalgia Retro Convection Toaster Oven

For those who like a bit of quirkiness and style in their kitchen, Nostalgia has this toaster oven that can fit two 12-inch pizzas, or up to 12 slices of bread. Priced at around $100, this toaster oven has 4-stage heating and the option to choose between toast, bake, convection bake or broil. Capable of reaching temperatures of up to 400 degrees fahrenheit, it may not be the most traditional, hottest or quickest pizza oven on this list, but it’s probably the most stylish. So which pizza oven should you choose? Well, before buying, you’ll have to be sure to decide on whether you want it for indoor or outdoor use, and how many pizzas you intend on making at any one time. Stay tuned to GetMojo for the most complete video product reviews!

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