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Is it possible to bake a decent small loaf of bread in a counter top (toaster) oven?

lizmari | Jan 12, 201512:30 PM     29

I'm about to buy a toaster oven, as soon as I can figure out which one I want, and I am wondering if it will be possible to bake a decent small loaf of bread in a toaster oven (1 or 1.5 pounds). Has anybody here done it? What were the results? What toaster oven did you use?

I have limited counter space, so I am looking for a toaster oven no bigger than the Breville Compact Smart Oven (16.5" wide, 15.5" deep, 10.25" tall).

The Breville Compact Smart Oven is currently at the top of my list because I am thinking it might be possible to bake a small loaf of bread in it, but if I can't find a relatively compact counter top oven to bake bread in, I will probably settle for the Breville Mini Smart Oven. I'm also looking at a few of the Cuisinart models...

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