Big Horn Outdoors Pellet Grill Wood BBQ Smoker Portable Pizza Oven Food Grade SS


(5 customer reviews)

Product Details:

  • Type: Portable
  • EAN: Does not apply
  • Grill Size: Medium
  • Features: Foldable, Portable
  • Material: Stainless Steel
  • Fuel Type: Pellet
  • Color: Silver
  • The overall dimension of this unit is 27”L x 24” W x 21”H. The cooking area dimension is 12” W x 13” D
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Big Horn Outdoors Pellet Grill Wood BBQ Smoker Portable Pizza Oven Food Grade SS

Product Details:

Premium & Safe Stainless Steel:

  • The Bighorn pellet pizza oven is constructed with high-quality stainless steel. This  sturdy and compact oven is safe for cooking all types of foods

Great Oven for Neapolitan-style pizza :

  • Our pellet pizza oven is ready to cook in 18 minutes. It reaches temperatures up to 842°F (450°C), cooking delicious pizza in 90 seconds or less, as well as roasting steaks, fish, lamp chops, burgers, salmon and vegetable dishes and so much more

Ultra-Portable & Ease of Assembly: 

  • The durable and lightweight pizza oven requires minimal assembly, it can quickly come apart for easy cleaning, storage and it weighs just 25lb, ideal for the backyard or outdoor cooking events

Easy Use & Cook Evenly: 

  • Preheat oven for 18 minutes. Slide in that pizza, turn it often, and enjoy! Cooking outdoors with wood pellets has never been so simple. Little sauce & minimal toppings are best on Neapolitan. Cheers!


  • The overall dimension of this unit is 27”L x 24” W x 21”H. The cooking area dimension is 12” W x 13” D


  • Type: Portable
  • EAN: Does not apply
  • Grill Size: Medium
  • Features: Foldable, Portable
  • Material: Stainless Steel
  • Fuel Type: Pellet
  • Color: Silver


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5 reviews

5 reviews for Big Horn Outdoors Pellet Grill Wood BBQ Smoker Portable Pizza Oven Food Grade SS

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  1. Erica

    This pizza oven doesn’t have the option for a gas burner but can easily be converted. We purchased a burner on Amazon for 26$ and my husband turned this into a gas powered oven. It works awesome at a less expensive price than other brands. Other brands that are gas powered run about 500$. We paid 230$+30$ burner plus the cart from sams for 60$ For a total of 320$ it was so worth it. Pizza is delicious and my family and friends love making their own personal 13” pizzas. The oven cooks pizza in less than 2 min and can reach temps of 900 degrees. We’re very happy we chose this oven. The pizza peel didn’t come in the box but I called customer service and they sent one right away.
    I also wanted to add the legs and flute have very sharp edges and my husband did have to grind them smooth. Plz be careful unpacking the oven. The company really needs to address this issue.

  2. Kunde

    This little oven can reach 900F pretty quickly, but it can also lose temps rapidly if you don’t keep it fed and the blower operating. I wish the stars were out of 10, I would probably say it is a 9/10. It is quality made steel with a tall stack. My worry is that the little blower breaks and makes reaching and maintaining high temps difficult.
    As it is, had a gathering and made 7 pizzas – precook the crusts a minute or two and then bake the topped pizzas for about 3 mins. It bakes very fast and it is best if you turn the pirs a time ir two. 7 pizzas required about 4lbs of wood pellets. The outside top stays pretty cool to the touch (not the stack, of course). Making the pizzas is best with 2 or 3 people – one to feed in wood, one to time, and one to turn and remove them.

  3. Therese

    I don’t often leave reviews on Amazon, but I like this oven so much I wanted to tell everyone and correct some of the negative comments. Now that I’ve been using the oven for about a month I think I’ve got a pretty good feel for it. It wound up to be a pretty long review.

    TLDR: it’s a great oven and most of the complaints are nonsense.

    I love pizza and I love to cook pizza. Over the past 40 years I’ve cooked pizza in various home ovens, commercial production ovens, and on all sorts of grills. The Pellethead Po Boy is my very favorite. It heats up quickly and is easy to operate. The oven cooks pizza perfectly with a crisp outside on the crust and nicely cooked toppings. The wood fire gives just the right hint of smoky flavor. It comes back to temperature quickly so you can cook another pizza.

    The oven itself is well constructed and solid. The double wall holds heat well and the outside (except for the smoke stack) doesn’t get very hot. The blower does help heat the oven more quickly, but if you are patient you could get up to cooking temp without it (I got it to 650F in about 25 minutes without the blower).

    Using the oven is very easy. I’ve been using fire starters designed for charcoal. Once the starter and a few pellets get started burning I turn on the blower and start feeding it. I’ve had the best results by adding about 1/3 cup of pellets every 2-3 minutes. Within 15 minutes the oven is up to 850-900F. When it’s held there about 5 minutes I remove the blower and cook the pizza.

    At that temperature the pizza will cook very quickly (under 2 minutes). You will need to watch it and turn it about every 20-30 seconds so it cooks evenly. I’ve been preparing the pizzas on a wooden peel and then sliding them off that peel onto the stone and using the aluminum peel for turning while cooking and then removing from the oven.

    The pizzas turn out great and I have a great time using the oven. A lot of the comments in the negative reviews seem to be completely different from my experience and I’d like to address some of them.

    Some reviewers complained that the edges of the metal parts are sharp and dangerous. There aren’t any sharp edges on my oven. The metal parts are all quite thick and the edges are cut square and smooth. I don’t see how you could possibly injure yourself on any part of the oven. OK, yes there is one little burr on one corner of the pellet hopper. I could probably scratch myself on it if I really tried.

    Some reviewers complained about splinters on the wooden handles. I wasn’t expecting cabinet finished hardwood (and didn’t get it). There were a few burrs around the drilled holes on some of the handles. While I was assembling the oven I spent about 30 seconds trimming off the burrs with my pocketknife. Problem solved.

    Some reviewers complained of sparks, flames shooting out, dangerous temperatures requiring protective gloves, etc. Did you miss the part where the description says this is a wood fired oven? There can be some flames. If you drop in a big load of pellets and then open the door you can get some flames rolling out. It wouldn’t be dangerous unless you stuck your face in the opening as you pulled the door open. The way the handles on the door and the pellet hopper are arranged your hands are well protected from the openings. There can be a few sparks/embers from the fire box especially if the box isn’t inserted all the way, but not much more than your average charcoal grill. I’ve been perfectly comfortable using this grill without any protective gloves of mitts. If you can safely operate a charcoal grill then this oven won’t be any problem. If you can’t, better stick to frozen pizzas in the microwave.

    I’m overall terribly pleased with this oven and very glad that I didn’t spend a whole lot more on the ones with bigger brand names.

  4. Pete C

    I was really surprised at the quality and all of the things that they give you with the oven. Aside from the oven itself, you get some very good instructions which are written in clear English (very rare these days) with hints and recipes, a 12×12 ceramic (reversible) pizza stone, a box of fire starter pieces, a laser thermometer (which comes in handy to check the temperature of the pizza stone), a removable fire box that uses wood pellets (same that I use in my smoker), a blower fan (that you can replace the handle of the fire box with to stoke the fire – insanely brilliant), and a pizza peel. Sounds great – and it works great too – BUT – it takes some work to get it up to a high enough temperature to heat the stone up enough and keep it above 600+ degrees F to cook a pizza. Hence the need for 2 people. Also, when ordering the oven – YOU MUST ORDER or already have A 12” PIZZA PEEL. The one that comes with the oven is way too small (about 6”) and unless you plan to make only bite size 6” pizzas, you need a larger peel. Otherwise you can’t ever get a pizza larger than 6” into the oven. You need something to slide the pizza off of to the back of the oven onto a super heated pizza stone and fiery oven. Aside from the peel, here is the basic issue with trying to go at it alone with this oven. When you add enough pellets to get it up to a temp above 600, you will have to give it a minute or two before you can put pizza in to burn off the initial crud. Once the smoke is clear (not black) and the oven is still hot, this is the time to cook a pizza. You have about 5 mins before the temperature Will steadily decline below 600 and you will need to add more pellets. In the interim, someone needs to be standing by with a peel large enough for the pizza, monitoring the oven, to be able to rotate the pizza half way through its cooking and to remove the pizza once it is done. Also, new pizza needs to be put on the peel before it can be put in the oven (btw – buy and use corn flower on your peel to keep the pizza dough from sticking to the peel and to help it slide into the oven easily). So, unless you have at least 2 12” peels, you would have to wait for the person who is cooking the pizza to complete the process before you could even start the process of prepping the next pizza on the peel (unless you have a way to magically get it from your prep surface onto the peel without getting sauce and cheese all over the place :P). So you can see, there is a lot of activity on the part of just making and cooking the pizzas – and it a full time job to keep the fire going so you need 2 people!!! Oh – one more thing. Make sure you have a table or surface that can handle this before you buy it. It needs to go on something that can handle the high heat and there should be nothing flammable within a few feet circumference of the oven – including above it. The stove pipe extend about 4 feet as well. Keep that in mind when understanding where you are thinking of putting it.

    Pros and Cons:
    Pros: – comes with everything you need – (well except a large enough peel of course).
    – Thermostat on top of oven is awesome. A lot of other and more expensive ovens don’t have this.
    – Laser Thermometer is very useful- I use it for my smoker and BBQ as well.
    – built well with stainless sheet metal. Looks like it will last.
    Cons: – pizza peel is useless – only about 6×6 – make sure you have or buy one at least up to 12×12.
    – Although it’s built well and has some weight to it, It’s riveted sheet metal, not folded so edges on legs and edges of oven are exposed in some area and can be sharp. Be careful when setting up, lifting and moving- or better yet wear work gloves to avoid cuts and injuries
    – blower fan worries me. It’s very specific to this oven and may be hard to replace. It looks kind of cheap and is made of plastic yet it is VERY important to getting the temp of the oven to the higher temperature you need to make pizza. If that fan breaks, you’ll be screwed if you cannot replace it.

    Overall, I love the thing so far even though I’ve had a few learning experiences with my first few tries. Funny thing is I know about pizza and used to work in a pizzeria for awhile (LOL). Best pizza dough is from a pizzeria – they will usually sell you some of their uncooked dough – instead of trying to make your own which is a pain in the neck (need 00 flour and 24 hours to form) or refrigerated supermarket store dough (which is usually terrible).
    Good luck!!

  5. D Dehner

    Honestly I watched dozens of review videos on a bunch of these trying to decide the right one, did I get it right, I don’t know. But for my first pizza oven I can’t imagine anything better, maybe just larger – but this is my first stab at getting into it. First; let me say that it cooks pizza so fast that it doesn’t seem real, about 45 seconds and you have a bubbling top and a nice crust underneath. Heating the stone is the key! I failed several attempts until I was patient enough to wait about 45 minutes for the stone to heat up. Next, I will say that the top and where the pizza top is, is really close so you have to be really careful taking it out. But I think that’s fairly common on these smaller ovens. Someone stated that you have to constantly load pellets, I haven’t really had that issue maybe because I’m only cooking 2 pizzas at a time. For the money you can’t go wrong – it’s a really nice-looking piece and makes great pizza. It’s also a lot of fun when people come over. I was worried that I would be cooking pizza all night but that wasn’t the case – we ripped through about 12 pizzas in roughly 30 minutes everyone made their own and cooked it. I will say that having a longer handle pizza shovel would be nicer than the one that comes with it.

    OH OH BIG ONE HERE – when you first put pellets in and start it up burn it for about 2 hours or so as there was oil on some of the parts and it smoked for a little which is normal for these things brand new.

    – Has all the right stuff and is inexpensive for your first dive
    – Cooks like the fire of Satan and creates a really nice cheese bubble top
    – So, ease to build and get going

    – Slightly small, I’ve never seen another one in person so maybe this is just a thing.
    – Need to keep an eye on it because it cooks pizza like a nuclear oven
    – Some sharp edges so watch out for the littles and your 10 piglets as you caress your new shinny oven

    Wife wants a larger one now but I’m sticking with this one.

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