Buy a cheap pizza oven (and big, puffy chef’s hat) on Black Friday
Save money and get better pizza with these Black Friday deals.
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Frozen pizzas are easy to cook, but they often taste like someone smashed a couple hot pockets onto a circle of cardboard. With an at-home pizza oven, you can make your own hand crafted pies that taste a million times better and actually probably come in cheaper than the frozen ones if you consider the price of ingredients. You don’t need a massive, expensive oven to make an awesome pizza. These Black Friday deals offer ovens that fit just about any space.
Ooni – Koda 12 in Gas-Powered Outdoor Pizza Oven $319 (was $399)
We love Ooni for its elegant design and simple, gas-powered operation. Unfold the legs, fire up the flame, and it’ll quickly get all the way up over 500 degrees. That’s hot enough to cook a Neopolitan-style pizza in just 60 seconds. This model holds up to a 12-inch pizza, which is great for a single person. Or, just make a bunch of them. The company also offers various designs and sizes, all of which are on-sale and listed below.
- Ooni – Koda 16 Gas – Powered Outdoor Pizza Oven $479 (was $599)
- Ooni – Karu 16 Multi-Fuel Pizza Oven $639 (was $799)
- Ooni – Fyra 12 Inch Portable Outdoor Pizza Oven $279 (was $349)
- Ooni – Karu 12 Inch Portable Pizza Oven $319 (was $399)
More Black Friday pizza oven deals
You don’t have to buy an Ooni pizza oven. There are other brands out there that make excellent cookers to bring out your culinary creativity.
Cuisinart CGG-403 3-in-1 Pizza Oven Plus, Griddle, and Grill $179 (was $299)
Commercial Chef Gas Pizza Oven – Outdoor Pizza Oven Propane $248 (was $349)
ROCCBOX by Gozney Portable Outdoor Pizza Oven $399 (was $499)
Chefman Food Mover Conveyor Toaster Oven – Black/Stainless Steel $239 (was $299)
Don’t forget the chef’s hat
If you’re going to make a pizza, you have to wear a big, puffy chef’s hat and throw the dough up in the air. And then when someone else tries to make a pizza and throws the dough up in the air, you say “Whoa! Be careful, there. You gotta be gentle with the dough!” It’s the traditional way.