Toaster ovens are a magical combination of an oven and a toaster. They are used to warm or re-heat food, and they can even cook your favorite dish. Not only that, but they also come with three functions namely broil, toast, and bake that come with two heating elements. The latter can be located on the top and the bottom.
The top heating element is turned on when broiling while the bottom part is working when you are baking. Both heating elements are on when you are toasting.
If you already have a toaster and a freestanding oven at home, maybe you’re wondering why you would need a convection toaster oven.
By the end of today, we’re quietly confident you’ll appreciate the many benefits delivered by these powerful multipurpose appliances.
Our plan today is simple…
We’ll be kicking off by breaking down the differences between toaster ovens and convection ovens for you. This will make it easier for you to compare the 11 convection toaster ovens we review. If you’re impatient to see which models made our list, we’ll list them directly below along with a summary of their core features.
Before that, though, a glimpse at the benefits of convection toaster ovens.