September 1, 2018

Do you FRY?

Do you FRY?

An air fryer is just that…a fryer. Instead of using frying oil, it uses hot air to fry, bake and grill food. Unlike other fryers, where oil is needed to fry foods, the air fryer relies solely on circulating hot air to fry its foods. This eliminates most of the excess oils and fat that you would normally find in foods such as french fries and chicken nuggets. Not many fryers can pull off producing fried foods with little to no oil. Within a matter of minutes, you can have your favorite food dishes prepared. Air fryers are equipped with an adjustable timer. Once your pre-set time is up, the fryer will automatically turn off to prevent your food from overcooking.

Air Fryer Benefits:

•Low-fat meals.

•Easy clean up.

•Uses hot-air circulation, the air fryer cooks your ingredients from all angles- with no oil needed.

•This ultimately produces healthier foods than most fryers and spares you from that unwanted aroma of fried foods in your home.

I have some recipes I want to share with you – the are AMAZING.

Sweet Potato LOVE


2 large sweet potatoes

1 tbs avocado oil

2 pinches of Himalayan sea salt


Cut up sweet potatoes, place in a bowl and toss with avocado oils and salt. Heat Air Fryer to 400 and cook 12-16 minutes tossing at 10 min. Enjoy!


Bad Ass Brussels



3-4 cups Brussels

Avocado oil

Pinch of Himalayan Sea Salt

*optional 1tsp balsamic vinegar

*optional 2 strips bacon crumbled


Heat Air Fryer to 350 and cook for 12 minutes.Toss with bacon and balsamic, if you used it. Enjoy!

Caffeinated Chicken



2 Chicken breast slices to look like tenders

Trader Joe’s Coffee Rub

1 tsp Avocado oil

Toss chicken in avocado oil

Sprinkle with coffee rub


Cook for 12 minutes at 350, checking at the half way mark. Enjoy!

You Bet Your Bundt Cake


7 tbsp butter

6 tbsp Swerve sweetener (or sugar)

1 tbsp vanilla

1 egg

Pinch of salt

1 2/3 cup almond flour

6 tbsp milk

Bundt Pan


Mix all ingredients together and place in bundt pan, level off the top. Place in Air Fryer at 350 for 15 minutes. Use a toothpick to ensure it is fully cooked.

Ummm…no picture because we ate it as soon as it was done! Lol

Let me know if you try any of these and how they turned out!


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