Cooking in an RV kitchen isn’t easy. RV ovens are notoriously complicated to use, often resulting in undercooked, overdone or half-baked dishes. Our solution is a collection of kitchen gadgets you can add to your motorhome. To help you dish out the most delicious meals with the least work, we put together this list of the best on-the-go RV kitchen appliances.
Avoid the complications of the RV oven and enjoy a two-in one RV kitchen appliance. Toaster ovens are perfect for small meals, with the ability to function as both, you guessed it, an oven and a toaster. Use them to toast breakfast, brown a lunchtime panini and heat up leftover pizza for dinner. The multi-functionality of the toaster oven makes it one of the best RV kitchen appliances.
Another option to avoid the oven while taking up little space is with an air fryer. They’ve grown largely in popularity over the last few years, and for good reason. Air fryers are perfect for quick cooking, taking much less time to heat up compared to your traditional oven. With air fryers, everything from frozen food to leftovers is guaranteed to come out crispy. No more soggy microwave meals when you invest in a brand-new air fryer.
Pressure Cooker or Slow Cooker
Pressure cookers are great options for RV kitchens. They’re small and work fast to heat up your meals. On the other hand, slow cookers like Crock-Pots take hours to prepare your dinner. For on-the-go motorhome life, the slow cooker is perfect. Just drop your food in, head out on all sorts of adventures, then return to the campground for a fully-cooked meal awaiting you in the slow cooker.
Portable Gas Grill
Portable gas grills are another fantastic addition to our list of best RV kitchen appliances. These grills work well off-grid, using propane to heat your food. While most campgrounds have some type of grill, it’s much cleaner to travel with your own compact grill. This also provides you the option of a fresh backyard cookout taste anywhere you park the RV.
The last and, arguably, most important RV kitchen appliance is the induction cooktop. It’s perfect for any traditional stovetop cooking while using up to 70% less energy than conventional electric and gas stoves. Induction cooktops heat your pots, pans and other supplies through magnetic induction. They’re safer as they don’t produce flames and even work outdoors. Just be sure this kitchen gadget is compatible to your cookware by placing a magnet on your dish and seeing if it sticks. If the magnet stays, you’re ready to start cooking.
All five RV kitchen appliances will help improve your cooking, baking and making experiences in the kitchen. If you’re looking to make more upgrades to your RV kitchen overall, Bradd and Hall is here to help. We offer everything from Amish-made RV furniture, like a brand-new dining table, to full-motorhome makeovers, like floor replacements. Contact us online, by phone, or stop in our showroom to discuss what we can custom make for your motorhome.