You know it’s Christmas when you get a whiff of freshly-baked gingerbread with every breath you take. It’s not just gingerbread though, but all sorts of baked goodies including Christmas cake, mince pies and muffins. If you’re thinking of baking sweet treats this Christmas, these microwave ovens will make for a great purchase or upgrade.

IFB 30L Convection Microwave Oven

If you’re looking to bake goodies for a large family, this 30L oven should be your weapon of choice. This IFB oven comes with up to 101 pre-programmed recipes that can be accessed at the click of a button. This model comes with an easy clean function, where grease can be cleaned with the help of steam at the push of a button. The excellent design and its child lock features make this one even more appealing to buy. Like this article? Also read: Kitchen Appliance Gift Ideas for Christmas

Samsung 28L Convection Microwave

If you don’t find yourself singing carols while baking those crunchy cinnamon cookies, then you probably need this oven from Samsung. With its fermentation function, making cookie dough or yoghurt is as simple as it can get. Its HotBlast technology, which blows hot air directly onto food, makes cooking much faster. Its generous 28L capacity, Slim Fry capabilities (that helps cook with up to 80% less fat) and ceramic insides (which makes cleaning easier) sweeten the deal.

LG 28L Convection Microwave

This LG convection microwave has a 360° motorised rotisserie which can make crispy and tasty recipes – it can also pasteurize milk, and make hygienic ghee and paneer. If you’re looking to cut some calories this Christmas, its Diet Fry can make the same tasty fried food but with up to 88% less oil! Like this article? Also read: Occasion Wear Watches For Him And For Her

Morphy Richards 25L Convection Microwave

They say having a good oven makes baking cakes and cookies a cakewalk. This convection microwave from Morphy Richards does just that for you. It will also defrost, grill and re-heating stuff for you. And as different recipes require varying intensity of power levels, the oven lets you control the power with 11 different levels.

Bajaj 17L Solo Microwave Oven

If you’re looking for a microwave oven on a budget, this one from Bajaj is for you. Its compact size makes it a perfect option for an individual or a couple, and will find a place in the smallest of kitchen spaces. While its mechanical knobs might seem a bit old-school, it still gets the job done without any hitches. Like this article? Also read: Review: A Week with the Panasonic Seekit Image Courtesy: Shutterstock.com

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