Ditch delivery and use this device to make brick oven pizza at home

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Ordering takeout has become second nature for those who aren’t necessarily the point person for cooking meals at home. And though you can always call in a pizza and call it a day, you can also save money on delivery every week by throwing some dough and meat sauce together at home.

Easy to use like an Easy Bake Oven, the Kalorik High Heat Stone Pizza Oven allows you to whip up your own family-sized weekend meals. Ringing in at $119, this gadget mimics a real brick oven to slowly cook your pizza to perfection.

What gives the handy device its brick-oven results is its dual heating elements and built-in baking stone. The stainless steel product helps you bake a crunchy crust with thoroughly melted cheese on top.

Shop: Kalorik High Heat Stone Pizza Oven, $119.99

Credit: Kohl’s

Ninety percent of reviewers who bought the product via Kohl’s recommend it. One customer loved it so much that they claimed they no longer need to order pizza.

“I’ve used this product for both frozen and homemade pizzas and get the crispiest crust as if the pizza came from a professional pizza oven,” they wrote. “The pizzas I make at home are better than some pizzas I used to order when eating out!! Making pizzas at home allows you to be as healthy or decadent as you want to be! Lately I’ve been making my own cauliflower crust and started adding goat cheese as a topping, it’s a heavenly combo. Having the Kalorik Pizza Oven at home has helped my cooking creativity… I now have a pizza-making hobby!”

While most reviews were positive, one shopper noted that this pizza oven works best for those who love a thin crust.

“High temperatures, great accessories, convenient looking glass. I just wish it held a thicker pizza, thin-crust is where it’s at with this guy.”

If you’re a pizza snob, this device may not be your favorite. However, if you’re looking for a fun hobby that also feeds you, this oven is the answer to all your problems.

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