Double Your Fun with a Double Oven this Holiday Season

Ready to plan your holiday feasts? Did you make your lists and check ’em twice? Or are you thinking about cooking from dawn until dinner time or about last year’s fiasco that made it into the family chronicles?

Before you pass the hosting torch to someone else, consider upgrading to a double oven. Whether a double oven range or a built-in double wall oven, you can lighten your load and double your fun this holiday season!

Double ovens help you cook every dish in half the time, so everyone (including you!) will sit down to the dinner table for the same piping hot feast!

Modern kitchen with double wall oven

Cut Your Cooking Time in Half

Last year’s holidays probably had you waking up in the wee hours of the morning to prep the meal and cooking in the kitchen until it was time to serve—so exhausting!

With a double-oven upgrade however, you split your cooking time in half so you can chill out with a glass of wine and toast the holidays with your family! You can roast your meats and veggies in one oven and bake bread in the other, or choose to roast food in both, with everything coming out at the same time so you end up with some precious me-time.

Plus, if you bake with convection, you can reduce your cooking time and get more even results!

You might even finish cooking the meal early! If so, no worries—all you have to do is set the warming function in your oven until it’s time to serve.

Avoid Food-Smell Cross Contamination

Do your holiday feasts call for foods with vastly different smells? Like a giant fish platter plus different pies?

A double oven will let you roast your fish in one oven and fire up your pies in the other without fear of getting that fishy smell in the apple pie! Plus, you don’t have to wait for the oven to air out, which gives you more time to spend with your family.

Christmas dinner baked salmon on festive tablescape

Take the Math Out of Your Recipes

No doubt you’ve tried doing the math on how long to cook veggies that roast at 425 degrees and the cake or pie at 350 degrees in the same oven, at the same time. But do you really need the headache?

A double oven means you can keep your dusty math skills tucked away and stay focused on creating the holiday meal that’ll leave your cooking skills the toast of the season. You can roast, broil, bake, or air-fry to your heart’s content in each oven cavity while following the recipe to the letter!

Double Ovens Mean Double the Cookies

If you love the smell of fresh cookies, pastries, and bread during the holidays, then a double oven will keep your kitchen smelling extra sweet! You can double your cookie recipe or make different cookie batches at the same time.

Sound like too many cookies for one household? (Is there a such a thing?) Package them in tins or boxes and send them to your friends, neighbors, or extended family members to spread the holiday cheer!

pulling a tray of cookies out of a wall oven

Baking with Your Kiddos

Speaking of cookies, whipping up batches of mouth-watering cookie goodness is even more fun with your kiddos! Teach them the family recipes or have them take turns stirring the batter and rolling the dough for sweet memories that’ll last.

Go ahead and make a brand-new holiday tradition, filled with gingerbread cookie cutters, Mama’s rolling pin, and your double oven!

And if your kids are a little older, you can even have them help you with the big holiday meal, either getting your oven racks set up how you like it or cooking the side dishes themselves. They’ll feel proud of their handiwork and glad to be part of the fun!

Doubling the fun this holiday season with a double oven is a no brainer! Simply choose the oven configuration that fits your kitchen layout (either a full-sized double wall oven or a range with a smaller top oven and full-size bottom oven) to get started on making your memories merry and bright.

If you’re ready to upgrade, visit our online catalog for the gas or electric double oven that suits you. Have questions or want to look at our in-store options? Give us a call—we’ll be happy to get you set up this holiday season!

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