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Best pizza ovens 2021 – for your garden or outdoor spaceAmy Cutmoreon February 18, 2021 at 2:55 pm

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The pizza oven has become the cool way to cook al fresco. Usually powered by wood or gas, it’ll turn out a crispy margherita in a minute or two, but you’ll also be able to use it to slow-roast meat or bake artisan breads. Plus, it’ll look totally amazing on your patio. You can buy beautiful outdoor pizza ovens from premium brands such as DeliVita, or opt for something just as stylish but a little more affordable with one of Ooni’s many options. Even if you go for a portable pizza oven that can be placed on the best BBQs, you’re sure to impress with a bespoke device for achieving that perfectly crispy pizza base.

We’ve rounded up the best options on the market, whether you’re serious about cooking or just want a heavenly Hawaiian served up quicker than a Dominos delivery.

Choose the right garden gadgets for you with help from our buying guides

Where can I buy the best pizza oven?

Few things disappear faster than some freshly baked pizza at a garden party, but even though there was no partying in 2020 it was virtually impossible to grab any of the best pizza ovens at top retailers. Our premium pick, the DeliVita Outdoor Pizza Oven, can be found right now at Cuckooland in a range of colours and sizes. The long-awaited Ooni pizza oven restock also took place recently, and for a (probably) limited time you can get your hands on the Ooni Pro and the Ooni Karu for making 16 or 12 inch pizzas in your garden.

Best pizza ovens 2021


1. DeliVita Outdoor Pizza Oven

Best posh portable pizza oven

Best-pizza-oven-Delivita

Fuel: Wood-fired
Colour:
Multiple
Pizza size:
12-inch

Enjoy pizza anywhere and any way you want it with this transportable oven. Handmade in Yorkshire, it’s one of the most beautiful ovens out there.

The DeliVita comes in a gorgeous range of colours and can make 12-inch pizzas in just a minute. Its exterior is waterproof and it also comes with a cover, meaning you can leave it outside after use if you wish. That said, it’s under 30kg, so you may wish to take it on the go!

2. Ooni Karu Outdoor Pizza Oven

Best budget pizza oven

Ooni Karu

Image credit: Ooni

Fuel: Gas or wood pellet
Colour:
Stainless steel
Pizza size:
12-inch

Go from stone-cold to stone-baked in just 10 minutes! The Ooni Karu is powered by fast-burning wood pellets that get the oven temperature up to 500°C, and it takes just 60 seconds to cook up a heavenly Hawaiian pizza – you can’t ask for better timing when it comes to entertaining.

What’s more, the removable chimney and foldable legs make it easy to sling in the boot of the car and take it wherever you may be required to host a pizza party. With an optional gas attachment, the Ooni Karu is also a great choice for those who want the style of a conventional wood fired pizza oven with more versatility. You can even cook using charcoal, which is perfect for smoking any extras for those who don’t fancy a pizza.

3. Dellonda Portable Wood-Fired Pizza Oven

Best wood-fired pizza oven

Dellonda Portable Wood-Fired Pizza Oven

Image credit: Dellonda

Fuel: Wood
Colour:
Stainless steel
Pizza size:
12-inch

Get the look with the Dellonda Portable Wood-Fired Pizza Oven. It’s got an in-built temperature gauge and because the legs and chimney are hinged, it’s highly portable. The oven comes with a pizza peel, which is a must for putting your pizza in and removing it safely when it’s cooked, and it’s also ready to cook within 15 minutes.

The Dellonda Portable Wood-Fired Pizza Oven has a maximum temperature of 350 – 380°C, which for an exclusively wood-fired oven is pretty good. The chimney makes it a great multipurpose option, and you can use the Dellonda for smoking and more.

4. Ooni Pro Large Multi Fuel Outdoor Pizza Oven

Best multi fuel pizza oven

Ooni pro

Image credit: Ooni

Fuel: Wood, gas, charcoal
Colour:
Stainless steel
Pizza size:
16-inch

The Ooni Pro is the much-awaited successor of the popular Ooni 3. It’s designed to work with wood pellets, firewood, gas and charcoal to deliver high-end pizza results, all for a pretty reasonable price. This pizza oven can handle 16 inch pizzas, so gather your friends and family and prepare to get sharing with this capable pizza oven.

The Ooni Pro reaches 500 degrees in just 20 minutes, which given its large interior is a really quick turnaround. It can also be used to bake bread, grill fish, and achieve the perfect char on veggies. Dig it out for family barbecues and you’re sure to impress.

5. Gardeco Pizzaro

Best traditional pizza oven

Best-pizza-oven-Gardeco-Pizzaro

Fuel: Wood-fired
Colours:
Clay
Pizza size:
Cook three pizzas at once!

Nothing says authentic quite like cooking pizza in a clay oven. This stylish design consists of a cooking dome and chiminea made from traditional, crack-resistant clay, which is guaranteed for 5 years against cracking due to thermal shock.

The rustic oven cavity needs to be heated from within first. One firing is then good for cooking two to three pizzas, one at a time.

6. Morso Forno

Best pizza oven to heat your garden

Best-pizza-oven-Morso

Fuel: Gas or wood
Colours:
Cast iron
Pizza size:
16-inch

As much a garden sculpture as it is a pizza baker, this oven comes from Danish stove experts Morso. It’s big enough to double as a garden heat source in the evenings. While it’s not exclusively marketed as a pizza oven, the Morso Forno certainly has all the charm and style of the best pizza ovens. It comes with a double coated cast iron exterior and can be used to smoke or grill as well as bake delicious pizzas.

Weighing nearly 100kg, this certainly isn’t a portable pizza oven. But with its sculptural finish and hardy cast iron design, we doubt you’ll want to move it anyway.

Buy now: Forno outdoor oven, £999, Morso

7. Clementi Pulcinella

Best family-size pizza oven

Best-pizza-oven-CLEMENTI-Pulcinella

Fuel: Wood-burning
Colours:
4 colours available
Pizza size: 
Three large sizes available

Your local take-out has nothing on this mammoth 100cm x 80cm oven, which can cook up to five pizzas at a time in a speedy 90 seconds. It comes on a trolley stand so you can move it around the garden. If you’re after a proper brick pizza oven then this is a winner. It’s got a fire brick cooking area and an insulated oven for prolonged slow cooking.

The Clementi Pulcinella is available for pre-order right now, but it does take around five weeks to fulfil.

Buy now: Clementi Pulcinella, £2,490, ThePizzaOvenShop.com

How to buy a pizza oven – everything you need to know

Best-pizza-oven-Morso-2

Image credit: Morso

Check the weight of your pizza oven

Pizza ovens – particularly clay or brick ovens – can be VERY heavy and tricky to manoeuvre without equipment or a team of helpers. It’s always worth looking at the weight before you order, and check that if it is a beast, that the supplier will move it into position for you.

Alternatively, pick a design on wheels that you can move around the garden. 

Know your fuels

Pizza is traditionally cooked in a wood-fired oven for that signature smoky flavour. However, some pizza ovens have gas burners that will get your oven cavity up to temperature much quicker. Charcoal and pellet burners are other options.

The temperature of your oven will peak somewhere between 400 and 500 degrees C, and the better your oven maintains its temperature, the more pizzas you can produce from one ‘firing’.

Best-pizza-oven-Sandtex

Image credit: Sandtex

Note the cooking times

A small oven will take anywhere between 10 and 20 minutes to heat up (around 10 if you’re using gas, and closer to 20 if you’re opting for pellets or charcoal. Larger ovens can take anything up to an hour. You’re typical pizza will take around six minutes to cook, though remember to turn it for an even bake.

The smallest gas-powered ovens, however, can do the job in as little as 60 seconds. Every oven is different, but it won’t take long to ‘learn’ its optimal cooking time.

Treasure those little extras

A temperature gauge is handy, as you’ll always know when you’re ready to cook. A few ovens come with a pizza paddle designed to fit the cavity perfectly, though this is the exception rather than the rule.

Look out for models with griddles, as then you’ll be able to use your oven as a barbecue and not have to own two separate outdoor cookers.

Best-pizza-oven-1

Image credit: Joanna Henderson

Related: Best BBQs – the greatest grills for all your outdoor cooking needs

Get an authentic base

‘For a 10-inch pizza with an authentic thin base, roll out a piece of dough just larger than a golf ball, certainly no bigger,’ says Digital Editor (and pizza aficionado) Amy Cutmore. ‘Also, don’t go too crazy with your toppings – overloading can cause your pizza not to cook properly.’

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