The holiday season is known for being the most wonderful time of the year, as the classic carol goes, but it can also be one of the most hectic and
As Thanksgiving approaches, families are already making plans for the perfect holiday feast to enjoy with loved ones. However, preparing a large meal for dozens of guests can be stressful, and toiling away for hours to feed only two to four people can be equally as daunting. The solution? Try cooking a Thanksgiving turkey breast in the air fryer.
At the end of a busy week, nothing beats family pizza night. But if you’re a family whose members have varying preferences, ordering carryout can get pricey. A better option is to bake homemade pizza in the air fryer this Friday night to save added calories, as well as money.
Whether served up for breakfast or alongside a delicious main course, who doesn’t love a plump buttermilk biscuit? Whether slathered with jelly, drizzled with elderberry syrup, dripping with honey, coated with gravy, or sandwiching a piece of breakfast sausage, biscuits have been a staple in many American households for at least a century. And a faster, more delicious alternative to a conventional oven is making air fryer buttermilk biscuits.
As the summer weather winds down, I took it upon myself to indulge in one of my favorite summertime foods–corn on the cob. Often underrated due to its tendency to make a mess, sweet corn makes for a delicious dinner for most any meal. What I discovered, however, is that cooking corn on the cob in the air fryer saves me a ton of time. In fact, air fryer corn on the cob cooks in just under ten minutes.
A healthy staple in most homes is chicken, but sometimes, preparing the same old baked chicken doesn’t incite most enthusiasm among members of your family. But what if you could prepare healthy, flavorful meals that add some zing to hum-drum chicken? Experiment with spices and flavors by trying some of our favorite air fryer chicken recipes.
If you’ve never “baked” a potato in your air fryer, there’s no time like the present. In fact, stop what you’re doing, pre-heat your air fryer, and bake one right now! All joking aside, trying out a baked potato, air fried, will be one of the best decisions you’ve ever made in the kitchen.
It’s that time of year when families break out the artificial cobwebs, carve pumpkins into jack-o-lanterns, and watch spooky movies to get us in the perfect mood for Halloween. If you’re looking for a unique party dish or simply seizing an opportunity to have fun with your kids, then look no further. Our air fryer Halloween brain bake is not only the perfect project for zombie lovers but also a delicious way to celebrate.
When you begin your holiday baking this year, don’t discount the handy dandy air fryer that stands proudly on your counter. In our house, we bake for all occasions, and Halloween is no exception. So really, my holiday baking begins at the end of September with cookies and quick breads perfect for fall. So when the itch to bake cookies hits you, give yourself some extra room by utilizing your air fryer. While you’ll have to reduce your cooking time slightly, baking these air fryer cookies can save time and space.
With low-carb diets that eliminate gluten on the rise, more and more people are searching for that perfect pasta substitute. While most people opt for “zoodles”, made from cold zucchini, I much prefer the savory sweet flavor and hot temperature of spaghetti squash. There are various ways to prepare spaghetti squash, from the oven to the slow cooker, but my personal favorite method is in the air fryer. Which begs the question of how to cook spaghetti squash in the air fryer. We’re so glad you asked!
In honor of fall, it’s only fitting that we pay homage to one of the greatest autumn vegetables: the sweet potato, or, depending upon where you’re from, yams. These delicious orange nightshades make the perfect side for pork, chicken, and beef mains, but they also stand alone for a scrumptious and nutritious main. And the best news yet is that you can “bake” sweet potatoes in the air fryer more efficiently than in an oven.