Garden Outdoor Wood Fired Pizza Oven

4.0/5.0
Looks / Appearance 3.5 / 5.0
Ease of use 4.0 / 5.0
Functionality 4.5 / 5.0

Pros

  • – Great-tasting pizza
  • – Very easy to use
  • – Heats up quickly
  • – Comes with lots of accessories

Cons

  • – Too small for large pizzas
  • – Uses a lot of wood

As a lover of pizza, I know that the type of oven it’s cooked in completely changes the way it tastes. I’ve made it my duty to share the information I have gathered about the different types of ovens currently on the market. It’s time you tasted the difference.

As your personal pizza hero, I have done extensive research on many different types of ovens, as well as the pros and cons of each of them. I have scoured the reviews for this wood fired pizza oven, the Garden Outdoor Wood Fired Pizza Oven. Is it the right pizza cooker for your garden? Let’s find out!

G3 Ferrari G10006 Delizia Pizza Oven

4.8/5.0
Looks / Appearance 4.5 / 5.0
Ease of use 5.0 / 5.0
Functionality 5.0 / 5.0

Pros

  • – Perfect Italian-style pizzas created
  • – Cheaper compromise to outdoor ovens
  • – Available in red and black

Cons

  • – Can be hard to clean
  • – Smokes if anything drips on stone

Available in red or black, this G3 Ferrari indoor pizza maker is well ahead of its rivals.

One of its biggest selling points is the fact that it can reach up to 390°C, unlike a lot of other indoor ovens. This is seen as an ideal temperature for pizza making, as it results in a crispy base and even cooking in a short time.

Pizzacraft Pizzeria Pronto Outdoor Pizza Oven

3.9/5.0
Looks / Appearance 3.0 / 5.0
Ease of use 4.0 / 5.0
Functionality 4.5 / 5.0

Pros

  • – Reasonably priced
  • – Quick to cook
  • – Easy to assemble

Cons

  • – It’s pretty small
  • – Difficult to rotate the pizza while cooking

Today on my radar is the Pizzacraft Pizzeria Pronto Outdoor Pizza Oven. The name is just as fun to say as the time you’ll have making pizzas with it. This adorable portable pizza will take boring nights at home and turn them into whole new experiences. I’ve compiled everything you need to know about this awesome pizza oven into this review so that you can decide for yourself if it will solve all your pizza oven needs.

La Hacienda Firebox BBQ Pizza Oven

4.1/5.0
Looks / Appearance 4.0 / 5.0
Ease of use 4.2 / 5.0
Functionality 4.1 / 5.0

Pros

  • – Cooks a 12” pizza in just 3-4 minutes

Cons

  • – Only fits one pizza at a time (which might work well for you solo cookers!)

This steel firebox oven is an excellent piece for anyone wanting to speed up their cook times. Lightweight at 7 kg, it’s steel exterior and double insulation cavity ensures pizzas cook evenly and thoroughly. La Hacienda comes pre-assembled, and it’s suitable for charcoal, gas, and masonry BBQs.

Forno Buono Napoli Pizza Oven

3.9/5.0
Looks / Appearance 3.8 / 5.0
Ease of use 4.0 / 5.0
Functionality 4.1 / 5.0

Pros

  • – Portable and Easy to Move
  • – Good Heat Retention
  • – Quick to Heat
  • – Low Priced
  • – Additional Smoker

Cons

  • – Smaller Cooking Area
  • – Can Be Hard To Keep Temperature Constant
  • – Lower Level – Not Great For Children

On the lighter side of pizza ovens, we have the Napoli model. The wonderful people at Forno Buono make this stellar model – I also reviewed their Almalfi Pro model. Forno has placed their signature badge of honour on this smaller oven. Upon further research, I’m happy to say that I also approve of this classic Neapolitan rendition.

Forno Buono Amalfi Pro Wood-Fired Pizza Oven

4.1/5.0
Looks / Appearance 4.0 / 5.0
Ease of use 4.5 / 5.0
Functionality 4.0 / 5.0

Pros

  • – Great value for money
  • – Versatile
  • – Available in other styles
  • – Handy fuel shelf

Cons

  • – Accessories are not included
  • – Some parts may occasionally need replacing

As a pizza connoisseur, I am always on the hunt for the perfect outdoor pizza oven. My extensive research on the different types of wood-fired ovens has led me here: to the technological messiah of wood-fired pizza.

This Forno Buono Amalfi Pro Wood-Fired Outdoor Pizza Oven is the high-tech wood fired oven of my dreams. With a lot of the wood burning options, a lot of the heat escapes through the large hole in the front, meaning that a lot of the sought-after smoky taste is lessened.

However, the double skinned thermal lining on this oven means that more of the heat (and flavour) is kept in, requiring less fuel per pizza. And if you know me, you know that the less need for fuel, the more likely I am to make a purchase. I did not get into the pizza eating business to be constantly throwing wood into a burning fire.

Stainless Steel Outdoor Wood Fired Pizza Oven

3.8/5.0
Looks / Appearance 4.5 / 5.0
Ease of use 3.0 / 5.0
Functionality 3.6 / 5.0

Pros

  • – Looks Great
  • – Can Be Moved
  • – Easy To Clean

Cons

  • – Can Lose Heat
  • – Needs To Be Used On Flat Ground

I have a great love of all things pizza, and one of my favourite things to do is try out different recipes at home. I’ve been thinking about building or installing my own wood fired pizza oven, and in my research, I came across the Stainless Steel Outdoor Wood Fired Pizza Oven by Garden Secrets.

KettlePizza Basic Pizza Oven Kit

4.6/5.0
Looks / Appearance 4.5 / 5.0
Ease of use 4.7 / 5.0
Functionality 4.7 / 5.0

Pros

  • – Great design and concept
  • – Affordable option
  • – Easy temperature regulation

Cons

  • The pan is on the more expensive side of the pizza BBQ oven range

The KettlePizza Basic Pizza Oven Kit is a great basic kit. It works as a stainless steel sleeve that you insert into your kettle grill barbecue. With the sleeve, your BBQ grill converts into a pizza oven! 

We have all encountered the familiar burnt crust, soggy middle combo of a poorly cooked pizza. However, you won’t come across this problem with this grill. Pizza requires a constant temperature at a high heat, which isn’t always obtainable with a regular grill. With KettlePizza, the equipment acts as a cooking chamber with an open front that helps regulate heat.

Forno Allegro Nonno Lillo Wood Fired Pizza Oven

4.6/5.0
Looks / Appearance 4.8 / 5.0
Ease of use 4.5 / 5.0
Functionality 4.5 / 5.0

Pros

  • – Compact if you’re short on space
  • – Great heat control and efficiency

Cons

  • – No cover seems to be available
  • – Small size

If you are considering a wood burning pizza oven but are a bit short on space, you are in luck. The Forno Allegro Nonno Lillo is incredibly compact and can fit in nearly any backyard area, with little to no fuss. It also looks much more like a “classic” pizza oven than many of its competitors, so if you are all about the appearance, this might be the pizza oven for you.

Its small size and appearance make it great for those living in small spaces without much extra room, but this pizza oven’s size also makes it very easy to control the temperature and make some truly great pizzas.

Reviews consistently state that this oven is easy to use, compact, and fits easily into their back area. It isn’t just for pizza, either – you can cook any number of dishes in this small oven. If you want something with a little more space and extra bells and whistles, this may not be the oven for you – but if you want something for a small yard that can cook excellent pizzas, look no further.

Firepod Pizza Oven

4.6/5.0
Looks / Appearance 4.2 / 5.0
Ease of use 4.8 / 5.0
Functionality 5.0 / 5.0

Pros

  • – Value for Money
  • – Portable
  • – Range of Colours
  • – Built in BBQ griddle

Cons

  • – On the smaller side

I absolutely love the Firepod Pizza oven! It is my go-to choice for make-your-own pizza nights and outdoor events. The Firepod’s most shining elements are its versatility and ease of use. You can say goodbye to chucking a few sausages and burgers on the grill. There is now an affordable option for pizzas for campers and outdoorsmen!