Convection toaster ovens offer an alternative to traditional toaster ovens--they save time and energy, and improve overall baking quality. Convection toaster ovens may be conveniently installed to bake smaller batches without needing to preheat the larger kitchen oven. Baked goods don't need adapting for a convection oven--even a counter-top model. Users can enjoy biscuits regularly by popping prepared biscuits in a convection toaster oven before setting the table. Just before the family is ready to eat, the biscuits will be ready to serve piping hot.
Preheat oven to 50 degrees Fahrenheit above the baking temperature noted in the recipe, and place your biscuits on the cooking tray.
Insert the tray into the toaster oven, and turn the oven temperature down to the desired temperature in the recipe.
Watch the biscuits to check whether they are browning, and reduce the temperature 25 degrees if necessary. Bake for 10 to 12 minutes until the biscuits appear golden brown.
Remove the pan from the oven and brush the tops of the biscuits with melted butter if desired. Place the biscuits on a cooling rack before serving them.