Think of the Omnia as a regular oven. Whatever you can do in an ordinary oven – heat, bake, cook – you can do in an Omnia, using the heat from your stovetop or other heat source.

You don’t need special recipes for the Omnia. Use your own favorites or try one of the recipes here on our website. Four recipes are included in the package.

Casseroles and the Omnia are made for each other. Some people even think they turn out better in the Omnia than in a regular oven. And bake-off breads like mini-baguettes and croissants are even easier and more convenient with the Omnia Oven Rack.

Always generously grease the Omnia pan (and flour it, too, when baking). Bake on low heat for about the same times as in a regular oven. Remember that heat output of stoves varies, which will affect the heat of the Omnia. If this is the first time you are using your Omnia, we recommend trying a simple recipe, such as ready-made cake batter, to figure out the right heat setting for your particular stove.

Fill the Omnia Pan halfway when you are going to bake things that rise, like bread and cakes. You can fill the pan a bit higher with foods that do not rise, but never more than one inch below the top. If the Omnia Pan is too full, the food may burn at the bottom before it is done at the top.