The return of football season is among us, which means gathering at sports bars or hanging at home with friends and family. One of the most popular Sunday football foods includes a basket of buffalo wings and fries. However, that craving for sports bar buffalo wings can leave you feeling full of regret. Luckily, I have an alternative recipe for some guilt-free buffalo chicken breasts that are made using the air-fryer.
With the use of an air-fryer, you can eliminate the use of oils and save yourself tons of excess calories. The air-fryer also creates a desirable, crispy texture that will leave you feeling more than satisfied!
Chicken salad is the perfect summer dish. Whether it is served at a barbeque, picnic, or Sunday brunch, it is always a hit. Many chicken salad recipes can be loaded with saturated fat and hidden calories, but I am going to share a low-fat curry chicken salad recipe that will leave you feeling light and energized.
This chicken salad recipe only takes a couple of minutes to prepare and requires no cooking. This recipe variation uses already cooked rotisserie chicken from the supermarket to make the preparation process as simple as possible!
Shrimp is one of the most popular types of shellfish consumed, as people of all ages and cultures favor it. Shrimp can be prepared in a variety of ways, but using an air fryer is certainly the premier way to achieve the best texture and taste.
Shrimp is such a versatile protein source and easily takes on the flavors of the spices or sauces it is cooked with. I like to keep my shrimp simple, while still being packed with flavor. I am going to share a scrumptious air fryer shrimp recipe that can be prepared in less than 20 minutes!
Salmon is one of the most nutritionally packed fish out there. It is highly recommended as part of a balanced diet because it is an excellent source of protein, heart-healthy fats, and vitamins and minerals.
There are so many ways to prepare salmon to fit whatever your taste preference may be. I am going to share one of my favorite go-to salmon variations – Air Fryer Teriyaki Salmon.
This teriyaki salmon recipe will please the whole family – even the kiddos! The teriyaki marinade is sweet, salty, and savory, all while keeping the salmon filets juicy and tender. And, one of the best parts about salmon is that it cooks in only 10 minutes.
There is something so satisfying about biting into a freshly baked donut. It is one of the most popular and tasty morning delicacies! Unfortunately, satisfying your sweet tooth can leave you with feelings of guilt. This is because traditional fast-food and store-bought donuts are extremely high in calories, sugar, and saturated fat.
Luckily, there is a better, homemade option for preparing your favorite tasty treat, all with a little help from an air fryer.
This air fryer powdered sugar donut holes recipe is also great for when time may not be on your side! Since this recipe does not use yeast, you don’t have to spend countless hours kneading dough and waiting for it to rise. To curate these delicious donut holes, all you need is 20 minutes and a few simple ingredients!
Chicken wings are one of the most popular and widely consumed foods in this country. However, the traditional chicken wings that you typically find at your local pub are often deep-fried and loaded with saturated fat, making them a big no-no for those trying to eat clean. Fortunately, with a little help from an air-fryer, you can enjoy these lemon pepper chicken wings, but this time – without the guilt.
These pistachio snack squares are a simply sweet and nutty treat that can be enjoyed as a delicious breakfast or snack option. They are a homemade version of a granola bar, but without the added sugars and artificial flavorings.
And – not to mention, they are gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegan!
These broccoli cheddar quinoa bites are a delicious and simple way to add more vegetables and fiber into your diet. This recipe is a great appetizer, snack, or side dish that the whole family will enjoy.
If you have picky kids who don’t want to give veggies a chance, try whipping these up! They will not disappoint. In fact, they contain only a few simple ingredients and you probably already have them on hand.
There is something so satisfying about the combination of broccoli and cheddar – it brings back childhood memories of baked broccoli and cheese macaroni.
Started your holiday meal planning yet?
Well, whether you have, or you haven’t this Fall Harvest Salad will no doubt fire up some inspiration and get those juices flowing!
The star of this dish is, without a doubt, the cinnamon shallot vinaigrette. SO MUCH flavor in such a delightfully light and refreshing dressing, you’ll be looking for an excuse to make this salad again and again.
I’ll guiltily admit that a good broccoli salad is pretty hard for me to resist. But what’s so bad about a broccoli salad, you say? I mean, if the main ingredient is broccoli, how bad can that be?
Well, the problem isn’t the broccoli. The dressing is the troublemaker here.
Most traditional broccoli salad recipes use a mayo based dressing filled with way too much sugar. This can turn even the lightest, healthiest broccoli salad into a Weight Watchers sabotage instigator in seconds.
Cauliflower is basically the new substitute for flour-based or high-starch carbs. You’ve seen it riced. You’ve seen it in pizza crusts, bread, muffins, and breadsticks. It’s everywhere. And for good reason.
Everyone is onboard the Cauliflower Express right now, and I can’t say that I blame them. Cauliflower has been a serious game changer for those who want to eat delicious foods, but need to keep those carbs and/or avoid grains.
And today’s recipe for Roasted Cauliflower Hummus recipe is about to knock your cauliflower-lovin’ socks off!
Taco lovers…today I’ve got a game changing recipe for you that I hope will make you happier than a bird with a french fry!
I’ve recently discovered Jicama Tortillas, and you guys, they have literally changed my life.
I LOVE me some tacos, but traditional tortilla shells can use up a lot more calories than I’m willing to spend. So I was ecstatic to give these jicama tortillas a try and see if they would make a good alternative to corn or flour tortillas.