If you’re a traveler that loves to cook, then you’ll also want to have your RV or trailer kitchen well stocked with space-saving kitchen gadgets such as a great rv blender.
What’s the difference between an rv blender and a regular blender you’d use at home? Well, not much other than versatility, wattage, and size. I think the best type of blender for RV living is one with a lower wattage in case you want to go off grid, and with a storage-friendly size so that you won’t take up half of your kitchen with a huge blender base.
With that being said, here are my favorite RV blenders that can help you cook and smoothie up a storm while on the road, without killing your electrical system or hogging an entire cabinet!
Ninja Kitchen System Pulse
Why is this such a great blender to have in your RV? Well, for one, it has multiple functionalities. You can create simple smoothies with the cup portion of the blender, or you can use the larger food processor bowl to create cookie and bread doughs quickly (it comes with a dough ring!) or to blend-chop some vegetables as a regular food processor. It has all the blades you need along with 2 single serving cups. Whether you are playing chef for the night and cooking up a soup, sauce, or froze drink for your family, or you’re just making a morning smoothie mix, this is a space-friendly, power-friendly, multi-function blender that will be perfect for any RV. (This is the model I have, can you tell? 🙂 )
Ninja Master Prep Professional (QB1004)
This is not to be confused with the other models linked on the page below, which had some issues with their containers cracking early. The professional version is very similar to the blender menioned above, however the blending motor is on top and it comes with 3 bowls.
NutriBullet Pro 900
This blender is best if you plan to have electric hookups most of the time or will only use it very seldomly or in bright sun (if you’re off grid with solar power), as it uses 900 watts. However, with the added power comes even smoother drinks!
If you prefer to drink smoothies in your RV more often than you prefer to cook and chop, this is the best blender for your camper.
There are so many compact blenders available today in a range of wattages that it doesn’t make sense to go without one in your RV, especially if you’re the type of person who likes to wake up with a smoothie or prefers to use a food processor instead of chopping ingredients manually.
Do you have a favorite blender you like to use in your RV? Do you have experiences with any of the ones we mentioned above? Perhaps any RV-friendly blender recipes you can share? Comment below and let us know!