What About A Countertop Oven?

I know you are seriously asking yourself…What about a countertop oven?, no really what about it? Well let me tell you ABOUT it.

In place of our toaster over, which I guess we never had, we decided to get this Black & Decker Extra Large Capacity Toaster Oven. It claims to make 12″ pizzas and cookies, basically anything relatively small that you can cook in your regular oven. From broiling fish to baking cookies and brownies.

Let me tell you this…We use this countertop oven more than we use our regular oven. Since it is just the two of us for now (my husband and I ) it is perfect to make servings for 2 or more, without having to heat up the regular kitchen oven. It has made cooking more convenient than ever! The best part you ask? My husband LOVES to cook with it, yes ladies with this oven HE cooks! I guess non-cooks see it as a toaster oven, even though it is a bit bigger, more so than a regular oven.

It does indeed cook those 12″ pizzas which we have often, those cookies “claims”, and the broiled and baked fish come out just as well as the full size oven! It even fits a 9×13 pan! It has cooking capabilities to 450 degrees F and then a broiling option as well. It also toasts as well, so can make a days worth of meals with this, from morning toast to pizza for dinner!

I think this Black & Decker Countertop Oven is a must have for newlyweds, college students, anyone moving out, or anyone wanting to replace their existing toaster with a bigger and better one! Please note there are several models to choose from, here are some from amazon.com that are a bit cheaper in price than mine:Black & Decker CTO6301, Black & Decker TRO360, Black & Decker Toast-R-Oven Countertop Oven/Broiler, Black Decker CTO649, Black & Decker Extra Large Countertop Oven

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