Photos: Baking in the Omnia Stove Top Oven

I’ve baked a lot of things in my Omnia Stove Top Baking Oven and the results have been great.  Many readers have asked to see what certain foods look like, and while I’m working on getting individual posts written about each one with specific tips, here’s a “photo essay” to show the variety of things I’ve baked and how good the results are.  Click on any photo to see them full size.

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13 Comments
  • Erin Jackson on Facebook
    Posted at 15 June 2013 Reply

    I want one of these!

  • The Boat Galley on Facebook
    Posted at 15 June 2013 Reply

    Good luck!

  • Angie
    Posted at 24 October 2013 Reply

    Does your cookbook contain recipes to use with the Omnia Stove Top Oven? Or can I use boxed mixes for cakes and breads?

    • Carolyn Shearlock
      Posted at 24 October 2013 Reply

      You can use any recipe or mix that’s designed to bake in an 8″ x 8″ pan or a half batch of a recipe/mix for a 9″ x 13″ pan (there are a number of these in The Boat Galley Cookbook). I’m also working on writing an ebook with recipes just for the Omnia.

  • Mike O'Quin
    Posted at 25 January 2015 Reply

    Here is what I baked the other day.http://www.fatdash.org/node/72

  • Rox Adams
    Posted at 26 January 2015 Reply

    I just tried my low carb flax muffins in my new Omnia. They came out better than my regular oven.

  • Claudia Smyth Gilpin
    Posted at 27 January 2015 Reply

    I would love to have one on our boat!

  • James
    Posted at 29 July 2015 Reply

    Why not just use a Coleman stovetop oven or a Butterfly oven? http://www.stpaulmercantile.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=72&products_id=234

    I have used the butterfly oven on propane and kerosene stoves and it works great.

    • Carolyn Shearlock
      Posted at 29 July 2015 Reply

      Both the Coleman and the Butterfly are huge to think about storing on a boat, as well as so large as to be unstable on the stove. The Omnia is much smaller, being basically just the size of the pan.

  • wally
    Posted at 06 September 2016 Reply

    The omnia looks just like an angle food cake pan. Wouldn’t an angle food cake pan work just as well?

    • Carolyn Shearlock
      Posted at 09 September 2016 Reply

      The base plate and special lid with vent holes to retain heat but let steam out are what make the Omnia so very effective.

  • Evelyn
    Posted at 15 September 2016 Reply

    Now that I have the rack insert, I use silicone baking cups in the Omnia for mess free cupcakes. That oven works for all my baking needs.

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