The Breville Smart Oven and the newer Breville Smart Oven Air Fryer can be tricky to find larger pans that will fit. Read on to view some of our favorite pans that FIT!
We love loved our Breville Smart Ovens ever since we brought them home almost a decade ago! However, finding the right pans for it can be a little tricky—it’s just the tiniest bit too small for most 9×13-inch pans as well as most standard-size muffin pans.
If you have Smart Oven and have a pan that fits—especially a glass pan—please let us know in the comments! We’re on the lookout!
What Pans Fit in a Breville Smart Oven Toaster Oven?
The Breville Smart Oven Air Fryer and Breville Smart Oven are both just a bit too narrow to fit many standard pans. However, these pans have all been tested and shown to fit inside, so you can get cooking right away!
I love my USA Pans, and this 9x13 is no exception! It bakes evenly, releases well, and cleans up like a dream. Be aware that this is a tight fit: it slides in and out easily, but it does go very close to the sides of the oven.
We love our quarter sheet pans for baking cookies in the toaster oven! We bought ours from a local kitchen store because they have matching lids. However, this Oxo is very similar to the one we use, and I love the Oxo brand! (not sponsored, just true)
This quarter-size cookie sheet has a ceramic nonstick coating on it, so you can't use the broil setting without risking damage to your pan. However, it is excellent for pretty much everything else—especially cookies!
These no-handle glass Ikea pans fit perfectly in the Breville Smart Oven. The glass glides in and out easily, and they are deep enough to hold a casserole or lasagna without a problem. If we're broiling in the oven, we're definitely using this pan.
(I'm still on the hunt for a glass 9x13 pan that's more widely available, and I'll update as soon as I find one.)
This has the same nonstick ceramic coating as the cookie sheet above, so you can't broil it, but it is a great pan for lasagnas and other deeper-dish baking. It's surprisingly large, actually, and can fit full lasagna noodles and still have room for a shorter horizontal row at the bottom.
A STANDARD 12-CUP MUFFIN PAN! It actually fits! The catch is that the muffin pan has very little space around the edges and sides, so you have to be careful to not overfill these pans or to smush the muffins when you remove them from the oven.
If you'd like a little more space to fill your muffins and a little more rim to take them out of the oven, this 9-cup pan will work great. (Also, if you like to dress up a boxed mix, this pan is the perfect size for a small box of cornbread muffins.)
I know a pizza pan comes with the Breville, but if you like a really cooked-through crust, this crisper pan is a must. The larger-size holes keep your pizza and toppings in but allow great air flow to cook the bottom of your pizza. (I particularly like using them with frozen pizzas.)