5 RV Kitchen Essentials

June 7, 2022

We picked out five kitchen accessories that should become travel essentials in your RV. Not only will a couple new accessories make your kitchen feel more like home, but they can make cooking all your favorite meals infinitely easier. 

1. A bigger water filter

While safe drinking water is abundant on the road, a little extra caution never hurts. But instead of taking up valuable limited fridge space with a Britta-style filter, fill less and drink more with one of these countertop units.

 Our Favorite Water Filter

2. An air fryer 

A multipurpose air fryer can make cooking a breeze. Make sure to get one that triples as an air fryer, convection oven, and toaster oven. Our favorite can flip it up against your backsplash to free up that precious RV counter space.

 The Best Air Fryer

3. A dish rack

If you’re still drying your dishes with a towel, allow us to introduce you to this simple little game-changer. This dish rack sits directly above your Fleetwood RV’s sink, saving you time, towels, and—the best gift of all—counter space.

 The most convenient dish rack… ever?

4. A collapsible strainer

Washing & draining fruits and vegetables is essential to eating well on the road. Which means a strainer is a must-have accessory. But since anything that frees up precious counter space is king when traveling in your luxury RV, opt for one of these easy-to-clean, large collapsible strainers instead.

 Our Favorite Strainer

5. A superior cocktail shaker

Don’t let the price tag scare you away. The Elevated Craft® Cocktail Shaker is worth every penny. This durable, long-lasting, stainless steel shaker comes with a built-in strainer, an integrated measuring top, and is double-wall insulated so your shaker won’t stick together thanks to condensation build-up.

 The Superior Shaker

What’s your favorite new kitchen accessory? Drop us a line and let us know!

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