I love my Breville Countertop Convection Oven. I had bought this as a Christmas present for my boyfriend because he searching for a good toaster oven. Needless to say, he got something that goes beyond your basic toaster oven.
Now you can toast just about anything perfectly like your morning bread or bagel. But have you ever heard of a toaster oven making fresh baked pizza or cookies? Or how about a small roast? Granted you can do most if not all of these things in a regular oven but not in such a portable and convenient oven like this.
Say you were making dinner or a meal either for a large family or a dinner party, and your oven is being taken up by a roast, having this convection oven does come in handy. I ran into that issue on Easter. I roasted a ham that took up most of the room in my regular oven, but I also had sweet potatoes that I wanted to bake as a side. Then I remembered that our Breville Countertop Convection Oven has a bake feature! I was able to get the potatoes done at the same time as the ham.
I took advantage of the oven when to broil salmon for dinner because the oven was occupied baking gem potatoes. The salmon came out perfectly cooked, and everything was perfectly timed. The mini convection oven includes a rack height for broiling.
I have yet to make cookies or pizza in it just again, but this Breville Countertop Oven does include a 13-inch non-stick pizza pan, 12-inch square enamel baking pan, and a 12-inch square enamel broil rack. It also has an easy to clean pull out crumb tray!
It also comes with a one year warranty from Breville with regular use and proper care. I have had no issues with the oven at all. Overall, this versatile oven was a fantastic investment!
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