I'm in the market for a new oven and I've read many rave reviews on here about the Deluxe ovens, which are no longer available since the company went out of business. Does anyone have recommendations or reviews for other countertop convection ovens? I am leaning towards a countertop convection because it's more affordable, can still bake several layers of cake at once, and doesn't (usually) require special wiring. The majority of my baking consists of cake layers of various sizes and flavors, and cupcakes. Thanks in advance!
I have had this one for about three years and I have never had a problem with it. I don't use it often for cakes, I mostly got it because I wanted an indoor rotisserie that wasn't too expensive and I love it.
Thanks, @kas2105 but I am looking for a commercial type countertop convection oven that would hold 3-4 half sheet sized pans at once. Any other testimonials out there?
I didn't even know that they make countertop appliances that big, lol. Good luck in your search!
Bump. I've had no luck finding a suitable countertop convection oven. I am nearing decision time and have reverted back to slide in ranges. I have read countless threads on here as well as product reviews on convection vs. non and dual ovens vs. single.
Bottom line - my goal is to bake more cake layers at once to improve efficiency (3 rack even baking would be amazing! but I'll settle for 2) and I'd love to not have to rotate pans constantly. Perhaps my oven is a unicorn and doesn't really exist. But - please tell me your thoughts and favorite ovens. I've got to make a decision! Thanks!
i have a deluxe that I love -- i have a ge profile that I do not recommend -- i really struggled to replace my home oven -- getting the deluxe as you know is an easy decision -- all those other ones -- who knows -- I sure guessed wrong!
I'd say keep an eye on ebay for a deluxe