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The Best Pizza Ovens on Amazon of 2022

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Ooni Karu 12-Inch

The Oonie Karu can burn wood as well as coal, making it a great pick for beginners who might be unsure of their preferred cooking method. Read More

Pros

  • Multi-fuel powered
  • Makes a lot of pizzas without refilling

Cons

  • Wood must be cut to fit firebox
  • Takes time to heat up
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Roccbox Portable Outdoor Pizza Oven

Compact, with a convenient carrying strap and a handle, this pizza oven has a built-in thermometer to let you know when the oven floor is hot. Read More

Pros

  • Compact
  • Looks great

Cons

  • May not get hotter than 400 degree
  • Expensive
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Oonie Fyra

Compact, with a convenient carrying strap and a handle, this pizza oven has a built-in thermometer to let you know when the oven floor is hot. Read More

Pros

  • Compact
  • Looks great

Cons

  • May not get hotter than 400 degree
  • Expensive
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Pizzacraft PizzaQue Outdoor Pizza Oven

This pizza oven is small and meant for making one pizza at a time, but if you aren’t cooking for a ton of people, it’s the best oven for the size. Read More

Pros

  • Gets super hot
  • Reasonably priced

Cons

  • Small
  • Takes propane only
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BakerStone Portable Gas Pizza Oven

Said to bake pizzas in under two minutes in ideal conditions, the BakerStone pizza oven is propane fueled with heat-regulation knobs. Read More

Pros

  • Easy to store
  • Works great in-home as well as outdoors

Cons

  • Heavy
  • Doesn’t include accessories

If you ask kids what their favorite food is, you’re sure to hear the word “pizza” more than once. We celebrate with pizza; we curl up and watch romcoms during breakups with pizza; it’s just that well rounded. A couple years ago, my sister’s friends threw her a birthday party and made pizzas in an outdoor pizza oven in their backyard—it was awesome. Ever since, I’ve been searching for that perfect pie. Is it the perfect pizza stone, or could it be the best pizza oven? While pizza stones offer an inexpensive option for making pizza, it’s hard to overlook a personal pizza oven.

To help you find the right pizza ovens, we dug through thousands of reviews for a variety of options available on Amazon. Based on our research, these are some of the best pizza ovens you can get right now.

Editor's Note

The recommendations in this guide are based on thorough product and market research by our team of expert product reviewers. The picks are based on examining user reviews, product specifications, and, in some limited cases, our experience with the specific products named.

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Ooni Karu 12-Inch

The Oonie Karu can burn wood as well as coal, making it a great pick for beginners who might be unsure of their preferred cooking method. Measuring 9.375 by 6 inches, the firebox on the Karu is an uncommon shape and therefore takes wood that’s been cut specifically to 6 by 2 inches, an uncommon size for cooking wood. If you aren’t up for the challenge of burning wood, lump coal is also an option and is easier to light as well as maintain.

It’s worth noting that users say that it might take a long time to preheat in colder weather, but the Karu is said to have the ability to make a lot of pizzas without a ton of refilling, which is great for groups of any size.

Pros

  • Multi-fuel powered

  • Makes a lot of pizzas without refilling

Cons

  • Wood must be cut to fit firebox

  • Takes time to heat up

Product image of Roccbox Portable Outdoor Pizza Oven
Roccbox Portable Outdoor Pizza Oven

Pizza pros rejoice over the Roccbox portable outdoor pizza oven. Compact, with a convenient carrying strap and a handle, this pizza oven has a built-in thermometer just beneath the stone to let you know when the oven floor is hot. Once preheated, the temperature needle will stay at the maximum temperature mark of 932.

A small opening for a workspace makes this pizza oven a little harder to work with, so if you’re still honing your pizza skills, it might not lend enough room for you to maneuver freely. Users mention that it does take quite a long time for the wood burner to heat up to the appropriate temperature, and that it might only get to about 400 degrees Fahrenheit when using wood. That being said, a propane burner might be the best option for getting the heat to where you want it.

Pros

  • Compact

  • Looks great

Cons

  • May not get hotter than 400 degree

  • Expensive

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Oonie Fyra

At just 22 pounds, the Oonie Fyra is said to be small but mighty. This wood-burning pizza oven is a great pick for people who want to experiment with different types of wood, and its straight loading chute makes it easy to load. While loading is easy, the workspace is quite small in comparison to other options, so you may want to invest in a separate workspace for building your perfect pizza. The Fyra has no trouble heating up quickly, but you will want to spend some time learning how to regulate the heat for more even cooking. It’s important to rotate your pizza as it bakes to avoid an uneven cook since the fire, and therefore the heat, sit in the back of the oven.

While we like the Fyra when cooking for a few people, it might not be the best pizza oven for larger groups, as it does require some attention in order to get good results. This is a super lightweight pizza oven, but the included stone is said to be somewhat delicate; if you’re looking to travel with your pizza oven, there are better options available.

Pros

  • Compact

  • Looks great

Cons

  • May not get hotter than 400 degree

  • Expensive

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Pizzacraft PizzaQue Outdoor Pizza Oven

The Pizzacraft PizzaQue is a fantastic tabletop oven, perfect for last-minute family pizza parties. Operating via a standard 20-pound propane tank, setup is quite simple, and there are no issues with heat distribution. This pizza oven is small and meant for making one pizza at a time, but if you aren’t cooking for a ton of people, it’s the best pizza oven for the size. As with any pizza oven, you’ll want to do a couple test runs in order to figure out the best way to get the perfect pie. But once you’ve got it down, you’re sure to love the PizzaQue.

There is some assembly required with the PizzaQue, but don’t let that deter you from reaping the benefits of this pizza oven.

Pros

  • Gets super hot

  • Reasonably priced

Cons

  • Small

  • Takes propane only

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BakerStone Portable Gas Pizza Oven

Said to bake pizzas in under two minutes in ideal conditions, the BakerStone pizza oven is propane fueled with heat-regulation knobs. While this is marketed as a portable pizza oven, it’s quite heavy and weighs 47.6 pounds in total, so you may not want to lug it around with you. This oven is super affordable and would be great for those who aren’t ready to invest in a more expensive one. While the price is low, we wouldn’t toss this out, as it’s said to be built from excellent materials and has no trouble holding up over time. Foldable legs make this pizza oven easy to store, so even though it’s a bit heavy, you don’t have to compromise on space in order to make some great pizzas.

There are two buying options with the BakerStoneL one with the oven and the other with included pizza-making accessories, though you can buy accessories separately at a lower cost.

Pros

  • Easy to store

  • Works great in-home as well as outdoors

Cons

  • Heavy

  • Doesn’t include accessories

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Ceara Perez-Murphy is a staff writer at Reviewed. In her free time she likes trying out new recipes in the kitchen, exploring new restaurants and spending time outdoors with her dogs.

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