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Sure, you have a grill in your backyard, but why not upgrade your set-up with an outdoor pizza oven? From compact to full-size, these outdoor pizza ovens will get that crust you dream of without leaving the house.

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You need an outdoor pizza oven that will stand up to your grill setup. This one is called ‘Thor,’ after the god of thunder, so you know it’s up to the task. This stainless steel setup includes a pizza stone surface, a large spatula, a cutter, and a cleaning tool. The temperature can range from 100 to 800 degrees Fahrenheit so you can get that puffy, lightly charred crust. While not portable, you can slide it around with the built-in wheels. You can quickly cook up to three pizzas at a time for a big family get-together.

You’re going fancy with this one. Amazon

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Outdoor pizza ovens come in different sizes and, of course, prices. But quality and skill go hand in hand. If your pizza skills have wowed everyone at your backyard parties, it’s time to splurge on a reliable oven. The commercial-grade IlFornino comes with two layers of ceramic fiber in its dome to heat the oven fast and retain the heat for every pizza—saving you wood pellets and money. Fits three large pizzas or six small ones and cooks them in about 70 seconds. No more hangry guests at your house! This investment will keep on giving good, crispy crusts and melting cheese for your family, and it will look good doing it as an addition to your outdoor kitchen.

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At only 16 inches wide, this outdoor oven can comfortably live in a small yard space or balcony for those that live in apartments. Ideal for 13-inch pizzas, the oven comes with a built-in thermometer, so you get the perfect pizza every time. Thanks to its portability, you can carry it around outside and set it up where you need it. This pizza oven is also built to last with high-quality stainless steel and a solid non-slip wooden handle. All you need is wood pellets and your ingredients to get started.

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