With the Hamilton Beach 2-in-1 Oven and Toaster, pop-up purists get the best of both worlds. Bread and bagels come out perfectly golden in minutes from the push-down toaster, per our test-kitchen pros, and the oven is still large enough to accommodate a nine-inch pizza. $80, target.com
Talk about a twofer! The Cuisinart Air Fryer Toaster Oven handles regular toasting functions like a champ and has a built-in fry basket, so you can crisp up wings and french fries sans oil. $199, cuisinartwebstore.com
Simple and Speedy
Big buttons with icons make the Black + Decker 6-Slice Dining-In Digital Countertop Oven super-easy to use. It’s also quick: A frozen pizza took just 14 minutes, and a whole roast chicken developed “great even color” in about an hour, says our test kitchen. $90, blackanddeckerappliances.com
No need to sacrifice counter space (or serious bucks) for gooey, golden cookies with the four-slice Williams Sonoma Open Kitchen Stainless-Steel Toaster Oven. It also cooks up a mean tuna melt, according to one tester. $60, williams-sonoma.com
A Real Looker
Our test kitchen loved the Crux 6-Slice Convection Toaster Oven for its quick preheating time—just five minutes to “convection bake.” The simple dial-control settings and high-design copper accents didn’t hurt, either. $120, macys.com
Good to know! Dinner for one? Or need a warm cookie fix stat? Toaster ovens preheat faster than most conventional ovens and won’t heat up your kitchen as much. With their low-temp settings, toaster ovens are a no-brainer for dehydrating fruit. Slice some and give yourself a few hours.