Cooking Frozen Pizza in a Toaster Oven

Frozen Pizza in a Toaster Oven

You don’t need an excuse to enjoy some pizza. Not having a special pizza oven shouldn’t stop you from having the pizza night you’ve planned. Your toaster oven will do just as well as a regular or a pizza oven. And trust me, you have nothing to worry about, it’s not rocket science. In fact, it is so simple to use that pizza nights will become a regular thing!

Can You Cook Frozen Pizza in a Toaster Oven?

Yes, you can cook frozen pizza in a toaster oven, as long as it fits the interior of the oven. Toaster ovens are nearly the same as regular ovens, they are just smaller. This makes the toaster oven one of the best option for cooking frozen pizza.

How Long Do You Cook a Frozen Pizza in a Toaster Oven?

It takes about 20 minutes to cook a frozen pizza in a toaster oven. As it says on most of the labels, frozen pizza needs to be baked for 20 minutes at 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Though, it’s best if you check it after 10 minutes to see if it’s turning brown. Trust your eyes on it rather than the label.

How to Cook Frozen Pizza in a Toaster Oven

Preparing frozen pizza in a toaster oven is a no-brainer. Once you do it a few times and get to know your toaster oven better you’ll be able to pull some Jamie Oliver moves right there in your own kitchen. If you’re a first-timer, don’t stress – you will learn how to do it with the following steps and have a delightful pizza ready in no time!

Preheat the Toaster Oven

For the pizza not to get mushy, it needs to be baked at an even temperature for the whole duration of cooking. Preheat your toaster oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit before baking the pizza. If your toaster oven doesn’t have a timer that notifies you when it reached the set temperature, set a timer for about 10 minutes.

Put the Pizza 

After you’ve taken the frozen pizza out of the box and unwrapped it, you need to check whether it fits your toaster oven. If not, cut it in half. Place the pizza on a tray and put it in the toaster oven.

Sit Back & Wait

Now it’s time to relax for the next 10-20 minutes. Your job is done for the most part, so let the toaster oven do its thing.

Bon Appétit!

Excuse my French, Buon Appetito! Sorry, didn’t mean to be cheesy. Á propos, cheesy. When the crust is golden brown and the cheese nicely melted, your pizza is done! Turn off the toaster oven, carefully take out the pizza and when it cools off a little bit, enjoy the taste of Italy!

Pizza Setting on a Toaster Oven

Some toaster ovens have a pizza setting that automatically sets the temperature to 400 degrees Fahrenheit and the timer to about 20 minutes for the baking of a pizza. However, if your toaster oven doesn’t have the pizza setting, you can cook the pizza either on the bake or the convection bake setting and set the temperature and timer up manually.

It’s Pizza Time!

Cooking frozen pizza in a toaster oven doesn’t require a special set of skills, but needs time and practice to master it. Pizza tends to burn faster than it might say on the label, that’s why If you get to know your toaster oven a little better you can create the pizza exactly to your liking. Ultimately, nothing tops a good pizza, right? 

Can You Reheat Pizza in a Toaster Oven?

Absolutely! Toaster ovens are perfect for reheating your leftover pizza or pizza that got cold in delivery. The process of reheating the pizza is similar to cooking pizza in a toaster oven. But If you’re not sure how to go about it, I suggest you check out my guide to reheating pizza in a toaster oven.

Larry Flynn

Hi everyone! My name is Larry Flynn and I've been working in the kitchen appliance industry for decades. From manufacturing to retail and everything in between. My latest hobby is running this website, where I share all the knowledge I gathered throughout the years in the industry. I also run a small toaster repair shop in downtown NY, and collect vintage toasters.

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