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What Are The Best Kitchen Gadgets For an RV?

This article showcases our top picks for the best kitchen gadgets for an RV. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below).

We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

Loutytyou Electric Kettle

This product was recommended by Alex Perkins from All the Stuff

Made with ultra thin BPA-free silicone materials, the Loutytyou kettle folds into a pouch, perfect for saving space! It has a dual voltage, perfect for wanderers around the globe that carry their lives everywhere they go and enjoy a good hot cup of coffee.


George Foreman Electric Grill

This product was recommended by Rosanna T. Mitchell from A Pragmatic Lens

Our small camper only has a stove, and while it is tempting to bring slow-cookers and portable ovens, our grill takes care of most meals for our family of four. I use it to toast bagels, make grilled sandwiches, cook hot dogs, cook burgers, and even make quesadillas. The plates are removable and therefore easy to clean thoroughly, which is great to avoid little creepy crawlies from coming inside.


Waterdrop Filter Pitcher

This product was recommended by Rosanna T. Mitchell from A Pragmatic Lens

Most people simply buy tons of water bottles. That goes against my beliefs of keeping our carbon footprint low and reducing plastic waste. This water jug works great to clean our water and each filter lasts multiple trips.


Clear2o Water Filter Pitcher

This product was recommended by Barbara Bernard from CLEAR2O

For anyone looking for the cleanest possible water for their RV, this is a must. The Clear2O R Advanced Water Filtration Pitcher is consistently rated a Best Buy from Consumer Reports. Unlike competitive filtered water pitchers, the Clear2O is the only one that uses solid-block carbon for filtration instead of granulated carbon – a much better and more effective filtering element. It fills out over 200 contaminants. What’s more, the Intelligent-Filter Indicator takes the guesswork out of filter changes.


BonBon Rubber Drying Mat

This product was recommended by Danielle Hu from The Wanderlover

We love to actually cook while on the road, and that means you are going to dirty lots of dishes. It’s easy to pile them in the sink and have them lying around, but we struggled with where we could put them to dry. We found this BonBon Rubber Drying Mat and it solved everything. They can be hosed off, don’t allow water to drip everywhere, and are of the heaviest duty. We have been piling dishes on this rubber drying mat for years and it’s still in great shape!


WACACO Nanopresso Portable Espresso

This product was recommended by Ligia Lugo from The Daring Kitchen

If you are a coffee lover like me, then you need to make sure that you can get your daily cup of freshly brewed coffee no matter where you are. For that I can recommend the Nanopresso Portable Espresso Maker it’s compact and produces delicious espresso with great crema from almost any type of beans without needing a battery or electricity. So when it comes to making coffee on the road all you need is ground coffee, hot water and the Nanopresso machine. The machine also comes with a protective case, built-in espresso cup, scoop, filter basket and a brush.


Farberware Stainless Steel Yosemite Coffee Percolator

This product was recommended by Melanie Musson from AutoInsurance

The great thing about a stovetop percolator when you’re in an RV, is that you don’t have to be plugged into an electric source to enjoy it. As long as you have propane, you can make a pot. For remote campers enjoying life off-the-grid, this is probably the best option for brewing your morning coffee. This percolator can make up to 12 cups at a time. You don’t need to use a filter with it, making the process as minimalistic as possible.


Travel Berkey Water Purifier

This product was recommended by Rostislav Shetman from 9Kilo Moving

One of the things about traveling is that you may not always have access to clean water. Having access to clean water is absolutely critical to your health while traveling. Berkey water is a kitchen gadget that you need to invest in for your RV. The filters help purify water by removing chemicals, bacteria, viruses, metal particles, fertilizers, and any other contaminants from tap water without affecting the good minerals present. This is not only one of our favorite kitchen gadgets but one of the most important ones too. If you have just purchased an RV you should get this ASAP!


Instant Pot Duo 7-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker

This product was recommended by Stephanie Mantilla from Plant Prosperous

For an RV that doesn’t have a lot of space, and Instant Pot is essential. You can saute, pressure cooks, and slow cook pretty much any meal you can think of. It gets rid of the need for a lot of pots and pans and takes up a small space on the counter.


Secura French Press Coffee Maker

This product was recommended by Stephanie Mantilla from Plant Prosperous

Instead of a bulky coffee maker, bring a French press in your RV for coffee. The large size of the Secura model makes sure you don’t run out of coffee in the morning. The entire press is stainless steel so you don’t have to worry about glass breaking either. French presses create some of the best coffee and don’t use any electricity.


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