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Finding a reliable and compact RV oven and stove can be a chore. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of the 13 best RV ovens and stoves so that you don’t have to.
Finding both an efficient appliance as well as an option that fits well into a small space can be difficult. You may be hoping to replace your existing RV oven, or perhaps you are remodeling your rig and are hoping for something new.
No matter your needs, we have an oven that is right for you.
We’ll take a look at everything to think about before you make your final purchase, or you can jump ahead to see some of our favorites here:
Types of RV Ovens and Stoves
While everyone loves an outdoor grill that’s perfect for RV and camp life, having an oven or stovetop inside of your rig is always a good idea.
This is especially true if you are camping in inclement weather, or perhaps plan on cooking something that isn’t meant for a propane grill. Having multiple cooking options is always a good idea!
But what are some different types of RV ovens and stoves, including their fuel sources? Let’s take a look.
RV living has come a long way in the recent past. You can find high tech electric ovens and stoves inside of many rigs, especially luxury travel trailers. But how do these electric appliances differ from our residential cooktops?
Most electric stove or oven options found in RVs have your overall power use in mind. This essentially means that they usually require fewer amps or watts in order to cook your food.
Unless you have a 50 amp trailer that doesn’t use very many of its total amps, most RVers are always thinking about their energy consumption. This is because many household appliances use up a lot of amps and can completely blow breakers if left unchecked.
Choosing an electric oven or stovetop can be ideal for RVers who always have access to shore power, or perhaps have a reliable solar panel set up while boondocking. Some of these Class C RVs made for boondocking have electric stoves.
Choosing an electric oven can also be useful if you aren’t paying for electricity or are using RV camp hookups that have electricity included in the price of the reservation. Many RVers prefer electric appliances because they don’t have to worry about the cost of propane.
However, having too many electronic appliances can drain your overall amperage, meaning even plugging in your phone to charge or turning on one too many lights can lead to trouble!
Choosing a propane oven or stove can be extremely useful for many RVers, as propane is relatively affordable, easy to use, and can be taken anywhere. So long as your propane regulator is functioning properly, setting up a propane appliance should be fairly easy.
Propane stoves can even be used in your RV without hooking them up to your main propane lines. You can use a portable camp stove, ideally outside of your rig if you don’t have a vent hood or proper air circulation.
However, many RVers worry about the many dangers associated with propane in an RV, including leaks and improper appliance installation. Some RVs are moving into being fully electric these days.
If you are planning on replacing your existing RV stove or oven with a newer propane choice, always consult with an expert before installation. You should also always perform cleaning and maintenance on your propane lines, such as a simple soap bubble test for leaks.
Propane appliances can be extremely useful for many cooking applications, and will be the most familiar to those of you with gas appliances at home. They are well worth considering, especially if you like the option of always having a reliable fuel source no matter where you are.
Combination of the Two
The best of both worlds? Having a propane stove and an electric oven, or vice versa. This means that you will have two fuels to work with, doubling the reliability of your appliance and ensuring more flexibility when it comes time to camp.
There aren’t very many appliances that come this way; you may end up purchasing an RV oven separately and then a cooktop separately as well. However, having two options can be a big relief for full timers or people who aren’t sure what option suits them best.
Many RV fridges come with multiple power source options, such as propane and shore power. Even some of these portable fridges can be run using solar panels! Having multiple options is never a bad thing.
The main drawback to having a combination of fuel sources? Usually budget- having a two way stove and cooktop can be expensive. It can also be frustrating if you find that you really prefer one fuel source over another. Something to consider!
How Many Different Stove and Oven Options Are There?
Now that you understand your potential fuel sources when shopping for a stove or oven for your RV, it’s time to look at the many different options and configurations possible.
You may have a good idea of what style of RV oven or stove you need given your existing setup or current appliance. However, if you are renovating a rig from scratch, the sky’s the limit in terms of your options!
Let’s take a look at some popular choices now, or feel free to get inspired by some of the kitchens in these best Class C RVs for winter – perfect for making cozy meals!
Full Range (Both Stovetop and Oven)
RVs often come equipped with a full range- both a stovetop and an oven- much like the conventional stove in your residential home. These combos are often of the same fuel source, just for simplicity, and can be either fully electric or propane powered.
These styles of RV appliance used to be all the rage in older RVs. My vintage 19 foot travel trailer has a full propane oven as well as four burners on its propane cooktop! Check out some of these compact travel trailers for solo travel if you also like living small.
However, as RVs have changed over the years, getting a single appliance installed in your RV that is both an oven and a cooktop is more difficult than you think.
Many ovens and stovetops have been too bulky or large in the past, and many RV manufacturers have opted for smaller scale appliances, or getting rid of ovens all together in favor of microwave style cookers.
However, if you are a full timer or an avid home chef, having a more traditional oven and stovetop combo can be invaluable, especially a propane stove. It can be especially nice to have a larger oven in your RV if you plan on camping in a Class C with your family of five!
Simple Stovetop Burner
A more popular modern RV amenity these days is a simple stovetop burner. These are also known as hot plates, and are usually induction or electric based. Sometimes you can purchase propane or portable stovetop burners as well.
Many RVs have opted for two burner induction cooktops given their overall simplicity and ease of both use and cleaning. This style of appliance can be very useful for those of you looking for more RV counter space or more simple meals and short-term camping trips.
However, if you are cooking a more complicated meal for a larger group, you may find that one or two burners isn’t enough. If it is just you and your partner camping in a travel trailer made for couples, two burners may be plenty for meals!
These simple hot plates are also always affordable- there are so many on the market for not very much money that it makes for an easy appliance to install. Plus you can sometimes store this style of stove in a cupboard- once it cools down, of course!
If you own a rig and plan on replacing your oven, you may be on the hunt for one that directly replaces your existing wall oven. This can be tricky to do, but this style of appliance does exist- especially on a small scale for your RV!
Wall ovens will also look familiar to those of you with wall ovens in your residential home. This style of oven can be either propane or electric, and is often much larger than any other oven option.
However, this style can be expensive to replace, as the custom size needed to fit an RV can be difficult to find. You should also always have a professional help you install one of these just in case of fire safety- though here are our top fire extinguisher choices for your RV.
Toaster Oven or Microwave Oven
Many RVs have gone the route of microwave ovens or some style of toaster oven to totally replace the more traditional oven and stove combination. This is because many appliances have gotten more high tech in the recent past.
Given this high tech evolution, a lot of toaster ovens or microwaves use fewer amps than they used to- though it is always important to purchase a reliable multimeter and test the exact amperage for yourself.
These options are always electric, which could be useful for some of you but not for others. If you know that you are already strapped for amps, finding a propane oven or stove may be a better option for you.
However, these options are varied, specialized, and usually affordable – you can get a lot of bells and whistles in a compact and affordable package these days. Just make sure it fits in your rig and doesn’t require too many amps first!
Good Brands of RV Ovens and Stoves
There are many different reliable brands of RV ovens and stoves, depending on what you are looking for. Some of the most common brands on the market today include:
This list only grows when you consider brands that only do stovetops. And if you are looking for a household toaster oven, you’ll have even more brands! If it fits in your budget, chances are you can’t go wrong with a great many brands on the market today.
However, if you are considering purchasing a household appliance for installation in your RV, make sure you have enough amps to cover such an appliance. You should also check out some of the best RV batteries for boondocking in the meantime as well.
What to Consider Before Buying a New RV Oven or Stove
There are many things to consider before buying a new RV oven or stove. Not only should you know what dimensions you can fit in your rig, you should consider how much cooking you plan on doing inside of your RV.
Let’s take a look at some of the things to consider that you may not have thought of yet!
Size of the Stove or Oven
You have no doubt considered the size or dimensions of your stove or oven already, but if you haven’t, this should be one of the first things you think about.
Space is always at a premium in an RV, and depending on what rig you purchase, more space could be dedicated to the kitchen- but this is not always the case. Some RVs prioritize more sleeping areas, or some travel trailers even have two bathrooms!
You may need to know the exact dimensions for your new oven if you are planning on replacing your existing oven. It would be a shame to purchase a brand new appliance that simply doesn’t fit where it needs to fit.
RV living is all about compact and precise measurements, so make sure you know what your RV kitchen can handle before pulling the trigger on a new oven or stove.
Existing Oven Space in Your RV
Speaking of replacing your old RV oven, you should consider what it means to do that. If you plan on buying a direct replacement of your RV oven, that’s great- easy to install, so long as you have the precise measurements.
However, if you choose to buy an RV stove or oven and don’t plan on installing it where your existing oven is currently housed, you must have a plan for that space. You may just use that space as additional storage, or perhaps more counter space.
Whatever your plan, you should be aware of any propane lines that might need capping, or anything else that might need removing in order to safely utilize that space in your RV. Space is everything, especially in a small RV that still manages to incorporate a shower and toilet!
Do You Even Need an Oven?
One huge question that I like to posit to any new RV owners is: do you actually need an oven to enjoy the time spent in your RV?
Many RV owners (especially weekend warriors) don’t ever end up using their rig’s built in oven, especially if there is a microwave and a stove top already installed. It might be a nice thought to enjoy an RV kitchen if there is an oven, but consider how often you may actually use it.
Many microwave ovens have enough capabilities that RVers don’t consider an oven necessary. You can also cook over an open fire or use an outdoor grill or your indoor stove top should you be worried about your many cooking options.
However, as a full timer and avid home cook, I went into my RV search with an oven in mind. This may be something that matters to you as well, especially if you plan on cooking for a large crowd – and you should stand your ground during your RV search if this be the case!
If you plan on seeking out electric appliances over propane options, you should always consider the required amperage of these items and how many amps you can spare in your RV on any given camping trip.
Understanding your RV’s electrical system can be difficult if you are a new owner, but it will quickly become clear after a short time. Your rig can only handle a set amount of amps before you blow breakers or fuses, no matter how new your RV converter is.
Choosing electric ovens or stove tops can be a good call if you have shore power or a reliable amount of solar energy to spare. However, keep in mind that most rigs can only handle 30-50 amps, depending on the rig that you own.
You can always get creative with your energy sources, such as using an extension cord for some of your more heavy duty appliances. Or perhaps you are comfortable packing up a generator and bringing it camping with you.
No matter the case, the average electric oven sized for an RV needs anywhere from 12 amps to almost 30 amps- if you only have 30 amps total for your entire RV, this is not a feasible option!
Style and Materials
While size matters more than style, you may want to find an oven that is made of materials that best match the interior of your RV. While many options, especially propane appliances, are made of stainless steel, this may not be what you are looking for.
While we can all admit that RVs are a little ugly (both inside and out), choosing a new stove or oven for your rig doesn’t have to be a chore. There are different finishes, depending on brand and your price point- finding a stylish oven is possible!
In terms of materials, you should always search for something that is known to last a long time, such as stainless steel. The material will also affect how easy your oven or stove is to clean. This is something to keep in mind if you know you have a busy camping trip planned!
BTUs and Other Capabilities
BTUs, or British Thermal Units, are what we use to measure temperature in an appliance capacity. This term can apply both to heat (such as the power of a number of RV wood stoves) or cold.
Choosing an oven or stove with a high BTU output can be valuable in terms of its overall efficiency, but it may mean you need more amps to power it or even a higher budget will be necessary to afford it.
You should also consider electric ovens with multiple capabilities. As technology has advanced, you can purchase compact ovens with different features, such as air frying, broiling, rotisserie, or even dehydrating. This can be a useful thing to keep in mind as you shop.
Just like a higher BTU air conditioner for your RV will rapidly cool down your rig, a higher BTU oven will rapidly heat up so that your food is hot and ready, fast! This can be valuable to many RVers, especially those used to the comforts of home.
How Many Burners for Your Stove Top
While every oven and stove is different, you may want to decide on how many burners you ideally want before you start shopping.
There is a wide range of stove top options available to RVers these days, anywhere from a single hot plate to a full four burner cooktop. It all depends on what you expect to cook and how often you plan on utilizing more than one burner!
Most RV oven stove combos have three burners, which is usually enough for the average family. However, you may not be planning on cooking all that much indoors, or perhaps you need a travel trailer for cold weather camping and require more burners than you expect!
No matter what, there are a wide variety of options here, including both electric and propane burners. Definitely something to keep in mind.
Your budget should always be a factor to consider before you start shopping for a new RV oven or stove. Depending on your needs and configuration, the prices on these appliances ranges widely.
A simple camp stove or hot plate may only cost you $50 or less. An electric oven not made for RVs can be anywhere from $100-$500. And anything made specifically for RVs, including wall ovens or oven stove combinations can range from $500-$2000, depending on brand.
You can always consider purchasing something used or refurbished, especially from reliable dealers. However, your budget may limit what you can and can’t afford. The last thing you want is to put an unreliable oven in your new and stylish aluminum travel trailer!
The overall maintenance of your oven and stove should be a decent consideration, as many RV appliances are easy to clean and care for. However, just like anything in an RV, your appliances should be regularly inspected and maintained.
This is something that you can hire a professional for, or you can choose to maintain your RV yourself. This can save you money in the long run, especially if you consider yourself a handy individual.
However, if you are unsure how to proceed with your RV oven or stove, especially if either deals with propane, it is best to involve a professional should the maintenance prove too complicated.
That’s why you should consider how much maintenance you plan on doing before you go shopping. RV ovens and stoves in travel trailers can be touchy, especially if they are propane operated. A shaky travel trailer can stop you from cooking dinner if you have propane!
Ease of Installation
If you are planning on installing your new oven or stove yourself, it may be important to consider how easy it is to install this new appliance. It will matter less if you plan on having an RV manufacturer or professional install it, but you should consider this if you want to do it yourself.
RVs are made to be fairly easy to maintain, given their propensity to need parts replaced often. While getting some tank heaters installed on your rig can get complicated quickly, hopefully your oven proves easier to install!
However, you should always take your time if you are planning on installing a propane oven or stove. Ensuring that your propane isn’t leaking is key for any RVer to consider, especially if you haven’t dealt with your propane system in depth.
You can always purchase an RV oven or stove that simply plugs into your standard outlet. This can be one of the easiest choices for you to make if you are concerned about installation.
However, you will always need to consider your amperage if you buy an electric oven or stove. Having an inverter onboard your RV if you plan on boondocking with an electric oven will be key.
The Best RV Ovens and Stoves
Feeling confident about what you need to consider in an RV oven or stove? If you are an avid home chef, you will no doubt know exactly what you need to feed everyone onboard your rig- one of these 13 choices may be perfect for you!
Best Overall: Furrion Gas Range Oven with 3-Burner Cooktop
✅ Three stove top burners and a large capacity oven perfect for families
✅ Sleek and stylish stainless steel also makes it durable
✅ Easy to clean and also vibration tested
❌ Isn't the most budget-friendly option available
If you are looking for the best overall choice for your RV, you should definitely check out this gas range oven and cooktop from Furrion. This sleek 17” appliance is built with RVs in mind, in more ways than one!
Compact, capable, and propane powered, this Furrion oven has been handmade for RVs given its many safety features and durable construction. It is made with tempered glass and has even been certified for recreational vehicle cooking.
With removable cooktop grills and a drip pan in the oven, this oven and stove combination is also easy to clean. It has been tested for RV safety and durability, with added vibration resistance and three layers of glass for insulation.
With LED knobs and an oven light, you can cook at all hours of the day. It is one of the largest capacity RV ovens on the market currently, and because of it’s being made specifically for RVs, it is loaded with safety features.
Made of durable stainless steel and featuring an auto shut-off option for your propane, this oven is prepared to last a lifetime. It also looks sleek, stylish, and practical. With three gas burners, you won’t have any trouble pulling together your family meals.
This oven and stove top is ideal for anyone replacing their existing RV oven, or anyone looking for a large-capacity, reliable choice. It has efficient heating, both inside the oven and on the stove top, and is easy to use.
While it may be on the more expensive end, it is made for RVs by a company known for their recreational vehicle specific appliances. Plus, this oven is good-looking enough to even be in a residential home! You can check it out on Amazon here.
Most High Tech: NUWAVE BRAVO XL Convection Smart Oven
✅ Lightweight and compact, this oven can go virtually anywhere
✅ 12 Smart Oven presets may make you into a fantastic home chef
✅ Wide temperature range, with customizable heating element temperatures
❌ Is budget-friendly, but may get hot along the sides and back
If you aren’t looking to directly replace your existing RV oven and stove, you should check out this high-tech option from NUWAVE BRAVO. While it may not have a hot plate or stove option, this little Smart Oven is definitely smart!
It includes 12 unique presets, including air frying, dehydration, and grilling. This can really broaden your cooking skills and menu items, whether you are on the road for just the weekend or planning on living in your RV full time.
This oven is so smart that you can adjust the individual temperatures of both the top and bottom heating elements, as well as the convection fan included inside. Having a completely customizable oven is a rarity in RV living, believe it or not!
This oven measures a compact 20 x 13.5 x 11 inches, but it is anything but small. This Smart Oven can house a 10 lb chicken, a pizza that is perfect for three, and much more. Plus it has a cool to the touch oven handle and glass door so that you can see your food cooking.
You can preset this oven to slow cook, cook something at a set time, and you have a temperature range from 100 degrees Fahrenheit all the way up to 450 degrees Fahrenheit. It is also less than 20 pounds, which may matter to some RVers.
Just be aware that this oven can get very hot along the sides and back. This is important to keep in mind when you are considering installing it somewhere in your RV. Make sure it has ample room surrounding it so that nothing melts or gets damaged while you are cooking.
With so many amazing presets and cooking abilities possible in this single oven, as well as many easy-to-clean removable trays and racks, this oven might be all you need in your RV. Plus, it is set at a reasonable price, especially with so many features.
Best on a Budget: Elite Gourmet EDB-302BF Countertop Dual Flat Burner
✅ Easy to clean and store, making it affordable and convenient
✅ Both heating elements are sized differently for multiple pots and pans
✅ Extremely budget-friendly, which is perfect for RV renovations
❌ May be hot to the touch and use more electricity than you might expect
If all you’re looking for is a simple hot plate setup for your tiny van conversion or RV renovation, check out this dual burner flat top from Elite Gourmet. It provides two burners in a sleek compact package, and it’s budget-friendly.
You can use both of these hot plates at once, and there is a 1-inch difference between the two sizes to accommodate pots and pans of multiple diameters. There is an easy to read temperature dial that ranges from low, medium, and high.
The cooking plates themselves are made of durable cast iron, which is perfect for radiating heat evenly. You should have no trouble cooking something up with these heavy duty and easy to clean cooking elements!
Weighing just under six pounds, and taking up very little counter space, this dual flat burner may be perfect for your RV. It is flat, stream lines, and sleek, making it portable and possible to store once it has cooled down completely.
You can control the temperature of both individual hot plates with the twist of a dial. This cooktop heats up things just as fast as a traditional stove, and it costs far less than you would expect.
While you won’t have the luxury of cooking on propane, this electric burner set has safety lights and is safe to use on almost any countertop surface. Plus, having the option of storing this when you are not using it may be appealing to many RVers.
The main trouble with this hot plate combo is that it will require 1500 watts, or around 12 1/2 amps. This isn’t very much in the grand scheme of RV living, especially because your burner will not be on all day long. However, this is something to consider if you are worried about energy usage.
Read more reviews on Amazon here and see if this burner is right for you.
Best Wall Oven: Empava Built-in Convection Single Wall Oven
✅ Large and residential size, making it perfect for the whole family
✅ Easy to clean and easy to control with LED touch capabilities
✅ Comes in a Sleek stainless steel finish and black ceramic interior
❌ This oven is heavy and expensive, making it a perfect fit for only some RVs
If your RV has space for a wall oven, or you are looking to replace your original RV wall oven, check out this 24-inch option from Empava. This is the real deal for many RVers who enjoy home cooking and want all the options that a residential kitchen has.
Made of stainless steel and tempered glass much like the option from Furrion, this oven should be durable and easy to clean for years to come. Plus it has a large interior cooking space so that you can make anything from roasted vegetables to the whole chicken.
With 10 distinct presets, including rotisserie, broil, and roasting, you can choose exactly how you want your food to be cooked. There is even a delayed cooking option and a timer so that you can start cooking something when you want to whether or not you are in your rig.
This oven may be too large for everyone’s rig, but it is a classic design and elegant to include in any RV kitchen. Plus it has a black ceramic interior that is both easy to clean and more attractive should you have any spills or stains.
With a sleek LED touch control panel, you can set your convection oven temperature with ease. It is easy to see your food as it cooks with bright lights inside of the oven as well as a large oven door with two layers of tempered glass.
The main trouble with this oven besides the sides and requirements of wall mounting it, has to be the amount of electricity needed to power it. It requires at least 20 amp dedicated service, and may draw as much as 30 amps when broiling!
That is why the 7 is ideal for those of you with a 50 amp service for your RV at least. This is something to keep in mind as you shop, but if your fifth wheel or travel trailer can handle this oven, it is worth a shot. You can read more about it and decide for yourself on Amazon here.
Easiest to Install: NutriChef 30 Quarts Kitchen Convection Oven
✅ Large capacity with hot plates means you can cook anything
✅ Compact size and works the moment you plug it in
✅ Has multiple digital settings that may prove useful to a home chef
❌ Budget-friendly, but does have its flaws
If you have a full RV kitchen renovation planned, including replacing your stove and oven, check out this all in one option from NutriChef. This smart convection oven and cooktop is rolled into one appliance, leading to less counter space needed overall.
All you have to do to cook with this oven is to plug it in and turn it on. While it may take some time to heat up, especially depending on what function you choose to work with, it’s a perfect option for those of you searching for a full compact kitchen.
This oven weighs just over 20 pounds and has a 30 quart capacity, making it ideal for couples or a small group. It has multiple digital presets, such as broil, pizza, french fries, and more. You can even fit a small chicken inside of the oven for roasting!
The reason this oven and stove may suit you is because it combines both in one convenient countertop application. You don’t have to worry about any complicated installations with this unit. You simply plug it in and get cooking!
That being said, this unit is unique in that you cannot use the hot plates and oven at the same time. Something to keep in mind if you are a busy home chef and could be a deal-breaker for some!
However, this oven has adjustable racks and does not need more than around 12 amps to cook just about anything you might want to look in it. The hot plates are also two different sizes, which may be convenient if you have multiple sizes of pots and pans.
If you are looking for convenience and an all-in-one kitchen set up, this oven and hot plate combo may be perfect for you. Keep in mind that things take time to heat up on this unit and it will need adequate counter space so that it doesn’t get too hot in the back.
Best for a Big Group: Greystone 12 Volt RV Gas Range and Cooktop
✅ Elegant and stylish oven cooktop combo makes cooking easy
✅ Durable cast iron grill top means it is easy to clean
✅ You can cook in the oven up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit
❌ This oven isn't easy on the budget
Boasting to be one of the largest RV ovens in the industry, this gas range and cooktop from Greystone may be perfect for your large group of family and friends. It has a large capacity oven as well as four burners, a rarity in most modern RVs.
Built in Indiana in the heart of RV country, this oven and range is an excellent choice if you are looking to replace your existing RV oven and cooktop. Because this company is based in the US, this product should have excellent customer service behind it.
Just like many other items on this list, this range is built from durable and easy to clean stainless steel. It also comes with heavy and removable cast iron grates for the cooktop, which promotes even heating and cleanliness.
You can cook something in this oven up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit. The cooktop also offers 8000 BTUs. With four available burners, you should have no problem cooking up multiple pans and pots of food using this two in one combination appliance.
This is a propane oven and range setup, which means installation may be more complicated than other options on this list. This oven also requires a 12 volt hook-up so that you can power the LED-lit knobs and oven light.
However, if you are replacing your old RV oven and range combination, this should be a relatively easy swap. So long as your old range is 24 in, you should have no problem sliding this new and elegant stove into its existing spot.
Given the size of this oven, it will be heavy and difficult to move. It is also one of the more expensive options on this list, but it is built with RV living in mines and you should have no trouble cooking for your entire family using this range.
Best Replacement Stove: RecPro RV Stove
✅ Perfect size for RV oven replacement, which makes renovation easy
✅ Classy and easy to clean stainless steel finish makes clean up a breeze
✅ RecPro offers quality products for RV living, including optional vent hood
❌ May be more expensive or larger than you want it to be
Looking for a direct replacement for your old RV stove and oven combination? Check out this compact beauty from RecPro. Measuring only 20 inches high and 22 inches across, this stove is built to go into most any standard RV kitchen.
Much like its Furrion counterpart, this oven is finished in quality stainless steel and offers three distinct gas burners so that you don’t have to sacrifice the amount of dishes you can cook at one time. There is even an LED backlighting to each individual temperature dial.
Similar to The Greystone oven on this list, you will need a propane line to supply gas to this particular stove and oven, as well as a 12v power supply to bring lighting inside the oven and to your LED dials.
While you may need an RV expert to help you with this particular installation, it may be well worth it, especially if you know you enjoy your existing RV oven and cooktop combination. There is even a stove top cover so that you have more counter space when the stove isn’t in use.
The oven has an inner capacity of around 51 liters, which means you should have no trouble cooking up just about anything you can think of from the comfort of your RV. The interior rack is also adjustable so that you can cook dishes at various heights.
This particular oven and stove also has an optional matching vent hood listed for sale. This can be valuable for those of you without a vent or fan above your stove, or if your existing vent is no longer operational.
This oven may be on the more expensive side on this list, but it will be the most seamless transition if you are planning to replace your RV oven of the exact size. Having a more traditional stove and oven combination may make your RV living all the more comfortable.
Most Compact: Toshiba AC25CEW-SS Digital Toaster Oven with Convection Cooking
✅ Compact and stainless steel design fits well in any RV kitchen
✅ Easy to read LED display makes cooking a breeze
✅ Non-stick interior means that cleanup is quick and simple
❌ No hot plates, but you can always buy those separately
If space is at a premium for you, this compact oven from Toshiba may be what you have been waiting for. Measuring 18.98 x 15.6 x 10.79 inches, this stainless steel beauty is small enough to grace even the most compact of RV kitchens!
Complete with 10 popular cooking functions such as rotisserie, cookies, pizza, and broil, this digital toaster oven can cook with the best of them. It has a sleek LED display with three easy to operate control knobs so that you can get the perfect temperature every time.
Not only is this oven compact, it is also lightweight. It weighs less than 20 pounds, and has the ability to fit a pizza perfect for two. Speaking of the interior, it is made of easy to clean nonstick metal so that you can wipe it down after every use with ease.
This toaster oven comes with everything you need to make a good meal, such as a crumb tray, rotisserie rack, oven tray, and more. Plus, the exterior is finished in a stylish stainless steel which should look good in any modern RV kitchen.
While there are no hot plates or propane hookups associated with this toaster oven, it may end up being all you need while you are camping over a long weekend or for a brief trip. It is efficient, and capable of heating from 150 degrees Fahrenheit all the way up to 450 degrees Fahrenheit.
Something to consider is the wattage of this particular toaster oven. It requires up to 1500 watts or roughly 12 1/2 amps in order to work properly and cook efficiently. This may be too many amps if you only have a 30 amp service to your RV.
One more thing to consider is that the manufacturer recommends leaving up to 6 inches around this oven so that nothing potentially flammable comes into contact with it. But given its compact size you may not have any issues with this particular request.
Best for Baking: LUBY Large Toaster Oven
✅ Large capacity oven means you don't have to sacrifice meals you would cook at home
✅ French door Style makes cooking and baking easy
✅ Budget-friendly, especially for a size
❌ May be too large for the average small RV
If you are an avid baker that is planning on baking in your RV, you don’t have to leave the rolling pin at home. Check out this oven from LUBY- it is made to set on a countertop, but that does not mean it doesn’t have the capabilities of a more traditional oven.
First of all, this oven is big: it measures 22.04 x 16.14 x 14.37 inches which may be larger than you are expecting or hoping for. However, it just means that you can cook a 14-inch pizza or a 20 pound turkey in your RV. That’s unheard of!
While it doesn’t have any of the fancy presets like the NutriChef or Toshiba model on this list, it offers a 55 liter capacity that the smaller models cannot. It also has three easy to use control knobs that adjust the temperature with ease.
Speaking of temperature, it ranges from 100 degrees Fahrenheit to 450 degrees Fahrenheit, perfect for many baking applications. The main perk of this large oven is that it has a French door style of opening and closing.
This means that you can open and close the oven with ease without having to worry about doors getting in the way of your baking trays. Speaking of baking trays, there are two separate cooking racks available in this large-capacity oven.
You can set the temperature for each rack separately, and there is a handy auto shutoff if you set the built-in cooking timer accurately. Sleek stainless steel interior and exterior makes cleaning and polishing a breeze!
The main drawback of this large oven has to be the amount of power needed. You should budget around 15 amps in order to accurately power it up and keep things heating. However, for such a large capacity oven, this may be worth it for the budding RV baker.
Simplest Stovetop: Cuisinart Cast-Iron Single Burner
✅ Durable and heavy-duty cast iron burner makes this easy to clean
✅ Simply plug in this single burner and get cooking
✅ Perfect for storing in a compact RV kitchen
❌ Price maybe highlight that you are paying for the Cuisinart brand
Looking for a very simple stovetop option for your RV renovation? This single burner from Cuisinart may be what you have been waiting for. Back by their reliable brand name, this hot plate fits into any RV kitchen.
With two indicator lights telling you when the element is heating up and when it is ready, this single burner is all about safety. It also includes four rubber feet that promote non-slip cooking and protects your countertop service.
It has an easy-to-read dial with adjustable heat settings. This particular hot plate is coil-less, which means that it is a flat surface without uneven heating capabilities. The plate itself is made of heavy-duty cast-iron, which is durable and easy to clean.
While you may think a single hot plate can’t make much of a statement, this Cuisinart burner is made of stainless steel and comes complete with black edging. It makes any RV kitchen look more elegant and put together.
One of the best things about purchasing this Cuisinart burner is that it comes backed with a one year warranty and an excellent customer service line. Cuisinart is a brand that is known for standing by its quality products.
The electricity needed to power this single hot plate is around 10 to 12 amps. That is probably the smallest amount of electricity needed for any of the products on this list, which could be valuable if you are boondocking or relying on solar or generator power.
If you just need something simple, this burner is it. The price may be high for a single burner, but if that is all you need, it may be worth the investment for the 1-year warranty. You can read more reviews and check out this product in detail on Amazon by clicking here.
Best for Boondocking: Dometic Atwood RV Range Oven Cook-Top
✅ Dometic brand oven, which means it should fit in most any RV
✅ Simple and easy to clean stainless steel makes life easy
✅ Broiler setting means you can cook just about anything
❌ The cost of this oven may not be reflected in its limited features
If you are looking for an RV oven and cooktop that won’t take up any of your precious energy while boondocking, take a look at this all propane option from Dometic and Atwood, a division of Dometic.
Dometic has been a huge name in the RV game for decades. They manufacture air conditioners perfect for RVs as well as fridges, and now they even make RV ranges and stoves. You can bet that Dometic’s efficiency and quality products will suit your rig renovation.
With three burners and a large capacity oven, you should have no trouble cooking whatever you want to cook while on the road, no matter the location. Going off the grid does not mean you have to sacrifice the comforts of a home cooked meal!
Given that this stove runs exclusively off of propane, you may want to seek outside help when it comes time to install it or replace your old oven and stove combination. However, most folks I’ve spoken with have had a very easy time and Dometic makes it easy to set up.
The stove and oven both light with the push and turn of a dial, but it is important to note that there is no oven light inside of this particular oven. However, finished in an easy to clean stainless steel with a dark ceramic interior, this stove makes clean-up a breeze.
There is a broiler setting in this oven, and the stove has removable cast iron grates that are both easy to clean and durable for long-term use. Given that this is an oven made specifically for RVs, it has no doubt been tested for driving conditions.
The main drawback of this oven stove combo is price. It does not have as many bells and whistles as other options and costs a bit more. But you are no doubt paying for the Dometic brand name and reliability. Check out the reviews and other information about this product on Amazon by clicking here.
Most Portable: Camp Chef Outdoor Camp Oven
✅ Having a portable oven and stove combo is a game-changer for many RVers
✅ This efficient oven uses very little propane
✅ Sleek stainless steel camp stove design is timeless
❌ May be heavier and more expensive than you expect
Are you looking for a portable option for your RV experience? You can cook anything outdoors, anywhere you like with this Camp Chef outdoor camp oven. Complete with two oven racks and 2 stove top burners, this portable kitchen is a game changer.
If you have a smaller RV or even a pop-up trailer with no established kitchen, purchasing this outdoor camp oven may be exactly what you need to enjoy eating at your campsite. So long as you have a simple 1 lb propane tank, you can cook anything.
Made of sturdy and reliable stainless steel, this oven and range combination is perfect for the rugged camper on the go. Each burner can supply up to 7500 BTUs, and the oven can reach up to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
With just a single small portable propane tank, you can set the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit for up to 7 hours. There are fully adjustable heat dials for each burner and the oven, as well as durable stainless steel handles on either side of the stove.
There are some important things to keep in mind with this particular oven and stove. While it is efficient and easy to use, it is indeed only an outdoor stove. It is not designed for indoor use, even inside of your RV.
This is important to keep in mind if you are planning on camping anywhere with inclement weather or don’t necessarily want to be outside cooking every single meal. This oven also can struggle to stay ignited in high winds.
It is also said to be portable, but weighs almost 40 pounds. This is important to keep in mind if you planned on hiking or backpacking with this. It is probably not suited for such applications. You can check out more specific information and reviews regarding this oven on Amazon by clicking here.
Largest Capacity Oven: Danby Designer 20-in. Gas Range with Sealed Burners
If you have a unique RV layout or perhaps have ample space for a reliable gas range and oven, you may be interested in this option from Danby. This oven not only has the largest capacity of any other on this list, it is also the tallest option which may not suit all of you.
The reason this oven is so tall is because it includes an undermount stainless steel drawer perfect for storing pots, pans, and baking sheets. This may be convenient for some of you looking for more storage in your RV kitchen.
This oven stove combo continues to be very large in that it weighs over 100 lbs. While this isn’t a deal-breaker for some of you living in large fifth wheels or travel trailers, this particular option won’t fit in any compact rigs.
However, it is the closest to a residential stove and oven that you will find on this list. It has four burners with electric ignition, and a large oven with two baking racks inside. The oven itself can heat up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit.
The other important thing to point out about this particular oven stove combo is that it will require an additional purchase of a propane conversion kit. This oven is usually made for natural gas hookups, but can be hooked up to propane with this additional purchase.
I only recommend this particular stove and oven to full-timers living in very large rigs. You may still need to make some adjustments in your RV kitchen if you plan on installing this oven. However, it is very easy to use and durable, and may be what you have been looking for.
Replacing your existing RV oven or stove is a good idea, especially with so many modern day appliances coming out for compact kitchens. You don’t have to sacrifice the comforts of a good meal in your RV – you can have a proper chef’s kitchen with many of the options found here!