Any electronic item can dissipate heat. The temperature achieved depends on the thermal resistance to ambient. Usually the temperature will rise linearly at a certain number of degrees per watt. This is determined almost entirely by the load, and not by the element you are using to heat the load. For further reading look at heatsinking app notes.
Notice that heat rise is above ambient. If you care about the exact temperature you should plan to have some kind of feedback system to measure the temperature and turn the heating element on / off.
200C is hot! Most electrical components will be damaged by such heat. Look for cartridge heaters as mentioned in other answers. You can buy replacement electric range heating elements in an appliance store. A complete electric heating plate is about $20 at discount stores. These wirewound resistors are spec'ed up to 250C: http://www.mouser.com/catalog/specsheets/rhnh.pdf