Waffles made with a waffle iron are superior on all levels. It’s hard to argue with that. But sometimes you don’t have the time or ingredients to make homemade waffles or you just don’t like the cleanup.
While at Trader Joe’s the other day, I found these Mac and Cheese bites in the freezer section. I instantly thought, “I have to air fry these babies.”
Often times we just want something quick and easy to eat. For me, that means I go to my freezer and dig out a Hot Pocket.
Frozen tater tots are hands-down my favorite frozen item to make in the air fryer. When prepared right, each bite is crispy-potatoey goodness. Air fryer tater tots are the ideal dipping sauce delivery system – just drag one flat end in ketchup, barbecue sauce, ranch dressing or your favorite condiment and you have the perfect bite. In my book, they beat other fried potato treats like french fries hands down.
Whether you have children, are hosting a casual party, or just love finger food, then you’ve probably cooked frozen pizza rolls. These tasty, bite-sized mini-pizzas are a delicious party favorite no matter how they’re prepared, but you haven’t experienced them at their best unless you’ve air-fried pizza rolls with an air fryer.
If you’re on the lookout for a quick meal or simple appetizer to serve at a party, look no further. Ready in half the time it would take to bake and healthier than deep or pan-frying, serving air-fried frozen taquitos will save you at least ten minutes in the kitchen while providing a delicious meal.
Who doesn’t love waffle fries? For whatever reason, we gravitate toward fries cut into various shapes that defy the normal French cut. And if you fall into this category, then you’d be crazy not to air fryer frozen waffle fries in your air fryer.
If you have children or ever were one, you understand the pleasure of a great-tasting chicken nugget, preferably one that comes in amazing shapes–like dinosaurs. The struggle I always have with chicken nuggets isn’t about the shape or the lack of diversity it brings to the menu, but rather, the texture of a soggy, rubbery microwaved chicken nugget. However, when you cook frozen chicken nuggets in the air fryer, you can deliver crisp, great-tasting nuggets every time.
Who doesn’t appreciate a batch of crisp, delicious, golden-fried chicken strips paired with the perfect sauce? Well, now you can enjoy them from your very own kitchen by learning how to cook frozen chicken strips in the air fryer.
If you’re a parent, then you know the stress of going from the school pick-up line to home to weeknight ball practice, dance lessons, or karate, not to mention all the weekend activities. Sometimes, we’re so busy, we wind up in the drive-thru line purchasing high-fat, high-calorie meals for the ones we love most. But the good news is that there is a healthier alternative. Thanks to your air fryer, you can prepare delicious meals your kids will love in the time it takes to swing through your local fast-food restaurant. For a quick meal, your kids can eat and run, we recommend air fryer frozen chicken fries.
Who doesn’t love the convenience of frozen french fries? You open the bag and in 20 minutes, you have a fast, easy side dish. But what if frozen french fries could taste better, finish with an improved texture and be even healthier? Well, now they can. Just use your air fryer to cook frozen french fries and save yourself the time, aggravation and calories of baking or deep frying.
I don’t know about you, but sometimes, cooking breakfast for my family can be a chore. While I often resort to grab-and-go breakfasts during the week, it’s nice to have a hot breakfast on a Saturday or Sunday morning, or, my personal favorite, breakfast for dinner. But the task of cooking scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, and pancakes is daunting after a long work week. But my struggles have ended. I now cook frozen sausages in the air fryer.