What is the Largest Ninja Foodi?

If you’re cooking for a large family and have many mouths to feed, a large cooking appliance can help you cook with one snap. I’ve assembled some lists of the largest Ninja Foodis by type and wrote something up about each one:

  • Largest Ninja Foodi Oven (this article)
  • Largest Ninja Foodi Air Fryer
  • Largest Ninja Foodi Cooking Pot (aka Pressure cooker with Tender Crisp)
  • Largest Ninja Foodi Grill

For the most versatile cooking experience, I really need to introduce you to the Ninja Foodi 8 qt. please check out my article about it here: What is the Largest Ninja Foodi Cooking Pot?

Answer: While this answer changes depending on which type of Ninja Foodi you want, the current largest Ninja Foodi of all categories is actually two models with slightly different features. The Ninja Foodi (#DT201, and DT251) 10-in-1 XL Pro Air Fry Oven, and 10-in-1 Smart XL Pro Air Fry Oven, Large Countertop Convection Oven are the largest Ninja Foodis.

Using a larger cooker means you’re able to prepare larger meals. Having a piece of equipment with the capacity to do all that cooking can be a relief, especially if you have a larger family or are cooking for an event with many people.

The Ninja Foodi #DT201 and the DT251 have a 17.09 inches L x 20.22 inches W x 13.34 inches H externally. According to Ninja’s website, you can cook a  5-lb chicken, two 12 inches pizzas, or a 12-lb turkey using either oven.

Keep reading to find out more about these ovens, and at the end, I will tell you about the main difference between the two to help you decide which one to buy.

From the Ninja Kitchen website
From the Ninja Kitchen website

How Much Power Does The Largest Ninja Foodi Use?

If you are mindful of your power consumption, this appliance has a power rating of 1800 watts. But the Ninja Foodi DT201 and DT251 Convection Oven offer faster cook times through their convection power, claiming up to ten times better than a standard convection oven.

You will generally see cook times thirty percent faster than a standard convection oven, and preheat time is an impressive ninety seconds. This unique design also means you will have more evenly distributed heat than other convection ovens, all while sitting on top of your counter.

If someone has a kill-o-watt and wants to provide numbers from running the oven, I would love to offer them here.

Please continue to the next section, where I will cover the costs of these ovens.

How Much Do the Largest Ninja Foodi Ovens Cost?

Ninja Foodi (#DT201), 10-in-1 XL Pro Air Fry Oven, Large Countertop Convection Oven costs $329.99 (as of 7/24/2022). You can check current prices on Amazon or Ninja’s website.

Along with the 1800-Watt countertop oven, you will get:

  • two sheets of pans
  • air fry basket
  • crumb tray
  • two-wire racks
  • roast tray
  • instruction booklet
  • quick start guide
  • inspiration guide

You will also get a standard one-year warranty with a 60-day money-back guarantee. Assuming you purchase directly from their website.

Ninja Foodi (#DT251), 10-in-1 Smart XL Pro Air Fry Oven, will cost you $349.99 (as of 7/24/2022). You can again check current pricing on Amazon or Ninja’s website.

Similar to the non-smart version, you will get the following;

  • two sheet pans
  • two wire racks
  • air fry basket
  • roast tray
  • crumb tray
  • recipe guide
  • Foodi Smart Thermometer

The thermometer is the thing that sets these two units apart. Please keep reading to the end to find out more.

Like the other non-smart option, you will also get a standard one-year warranty and 60-day money-back guarantee if purchased from Ninja directly.

What is the Difference Between Smart and Non-Smart?

If you read the section above, you would have seen that the “Smart” oven comes with a Thermometer and the “non-smart” range does not. What is remarkable about this thermometer and intelligent version of the oven is that you do not need to keep opening the door and checking the food.

Having this thermometer feature can mean your food potentially cooks faster and saves you energy in the long run. Both ovens are designed to eliminate the need for you to rotate or flip your food as it cooks. In my mind, this makes getting the smart version a no-brainer.

Spencer Heckathorn

Spencer loves to learn and try new things. He has been sharing his trials, successes, and failures, online since the early 2000s.

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