The toaster oven cooking times are very different then conventional oven's cooking times because the conventional oven temperature varies plus or minus 25 degrees as with a toaster oven temperature varies plus or minus 5 degrees. You are more likely to burn your food in a conventional oven than a toaster oven.

Below is the formula I use when cooking in my Black and Decker toaster oven. I don't pre-heat the toaster oven before I cook. I just put my item to cook in the toaster oven and set the timer.

Here is my formula:
Oven Cooking Time on back of box x 1.6 = toaster oven cooking time

Real Sample 1: Cake Mix half the height of a 8" x 8" in a aluminum pan, not using the cooking pan that came with the oven.
(350 degrees Fahrenheit)
30 mins x 1.6 = 46 minutes cooking time

Real Sample 2: Baking Cookies, using the cooking pan that came with the oven.
(350 degrees Fahrenheit)
12 mins x 1.6 = 18 minutes cooking time

Real Sample 3: Frozen TV Dinner, using the cooking pan that came with the oven.
(350 degrees Fahrenheit)
45 mins x 1.6 = 70 minutes cooking time

Real Sample 4: Frozen Pumpkin Pie, not using the cooking pan that came with the oven.
(350 degrees Fahrenheit)
70 mins x 1.6 = 110 minutes cooking time (1 hr 50 mins)


YES! ALL these samples above I use every time I cook in my Black and Decker toaster oven.

The cake mix above I mix in a bowl and put half in one 8" x 8" aluminum pan and the other mix in other 8" x 8" aluminum pan. I weight the mix out to make sure it is even. While one cake is being cooked I put the other pan in the refrigerator.

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