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If your family loves pizza, an Ooni outdoor pizza oven is a must! Check out our complete guide to pizza ovens their benefits, FAQs, and more

Everyone loves pizza night. But let’s face it, whether it’s take out or dining out, none of us like to pay a mark-up of 100% or more!

If you and your family love your pizza, then an outdoor pizza oven is a no-brainer. Ooni pizza ovens have recently become the go-to garden accessory for homemade pizza all year round.

Let’s take a closer look at Ooni pizza ovens and why they mean you’ll never order takeout pizza again!

The Truth About Ooni Pizza Ovens

Ooni pizza ovens allow you to cook your own wood-fired pizzas right in your garden. There are currently several Ooni pizza ovens on the market.

The Ooni Fyra Pizza Oven runs on wood pellets and reaches an impressive temperature of 500 ° C in just 15 minutes. It is fitted with a pizza stone, which provides excellent heat retention and the crispy base you are looking for.

The Ooni Karu pizza oven gives you more fuel options. You have the option of cooking with charcoal or wood pellets as standard. You can also buy an Ooni gas burner attachment and before you know it you’ll be cooking on gas.

It is extremely well insulated and has an extra thick baking stone. This makes it possible to prepare first-rate pizzas in just 60 seconds.

The Ooni Koda 12 The gas pizza oven combines superb references in pizza making. Plus, its sophisticated style makes it a stylish addition to your garden.

It can cook a 12 inch pizza in just 60 seconds. It’s also ideal for a range of other dishes and has legs that fold flat for easy storage.

Want to work out your culinary muscles? The Ooni Koda 16 The gas pizza oven can accommodate a huge 16 inch pizza. It is so spacious that you can also put joints and bread in it.

Its L-shaped flame means your pizza only needs one turn to be perfectly cooked all around. It runs on gas, which means it kicks off in seconds and is ready in just 20 minutes.

The Ooni Pro works on gas, charcoal or wood pellets. Its huge capacity allows you to cook the largest pizzas with ease.

Want to roast a joint for a big family reunion? No problem. The Ooni Pro has all the capacity you need.

Which is better – wood or gas?

Whether you cook with wood or gas, Ooni pizza ovens will help you produce delicious dishes.

Gas is a great option for simplicity. It is very easy to manage, heats up very quickly and produces high heat. However, in terms of flavor, the gas itself adds nothing to the party.

Wood, meanwhile, can take your pizzas, roasts and breads to the next level.

Wood lends a subtle array of flavors to anything you cook. The smoke is rich and tasty. Although he is only briefly in contact with the pizza, he always imparts something special.

The great thing about Ooni pizza ovens is that most models don’t force you to choose. They give you the option to switch between the two options. So if you are pressed for time and looking for the simple option, just connect the gas.

Why homemade pizza is the best

Pizza is a dish that is eaten hot!

When you order a takeout, it is transferred from the oven to a cardboard box. Then it smokes all the way inside an insulated pouch. The result is often a soggy, soggy slice that no one has a clue of the perfect pizza.

With Ooni pizza ovens, you will enjoy a delicious, freshly baked pizza in 60 seconds flat. No time for soggy butt, no time for steaming in your own juice. Just a fresh, crispy and delicious pizza.

Plus, you control exactly what you put in your pizza. You can choose fresh and healthy ingredients to make delicious treats the whole family will love.

Have you been thinking about a pizza oven for a while? You are probably asking yourself a few questions about whether Ooni pizza ovens are right for you. Let’s take a look at some burning questions (ahem) about the pizza oven on people’s minds.

Can I use the Ooni pizza ovens indoors?

Sorry, the answer to this question is a categorical no. They are designed and certified for outdoor use only.

Can I store my Ooni pizza oven outdoors all year round?

The exceptional build quality of Ooni pizza ovens means you can leave them outside all year round. To protect them, use a Ooni pizza oven cover. This is designed to protect your pizza oven from the harsh UK climate.

However, if you do not use your pizza oven regularly, it is advisable to store it indoors. This is especially true during the fall and winter months. If you can’t fit the whole pizza oven inside, store the pizza stone inside to protect it from damage.

What should I place my Ooni pizza oven on?

Ooni pizza ovens should rest on a wooden, metal or stone surface that is strong enough to support its weight. Due to the temperatures reached by Ooni pizza ovens, it is not recommended to place them on glass or plastic surfaces. Ooni has its own range of Ooni Pizza Oven Tables.

How to rotate the pizza?

While your pizza is cooking, you will need to turn it over to ensure even browning.

Just use a pizza peel and remove the pizza periodically. Then rotate it if necessary (watch your fingers because it will be hot) and put it back in the oven to continue cooking.

Get your Ooni pizza oven at

Ooni Pizza Ovens are the way to go for any pizza loving family. Pizzas are easy to make and extremely quick to bake in a pizza oven. Never settle for a soggy takeout pizza again!

At we stock a wide range of Ooni pizza ovens and accessories including lids and shovels.

All Ooni products are guaranteed for one year. At we are extending this to three years with ooni. It gives you confidence in your pizza oven for years to come.

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