If you love deep fried food, but not the grease and calories that come with it, check out our air fryer recipes! The same great flavor, but a healthier alternative. We have air fryer appetizers and air fryer meals to choose from.

What is an Air Fryer?
An air fryer is a kitchen appliance that’s essentially a small countertop convection oven.

How Does an Air Fryer Work?
The top of the unit holds a heating mechanism and a fan, which cooks food by rapidly circulating hot air around it. So it mimics “fried” food that’s nice and crispy, but that’s not deep fried in oil. It’s so much healthier than deep frying. And because of its compact size, it actually cooks food faster.

What is the Difference Between an Air Fryer and a Traditional Oven?
Standard ovens work by producing heat from either a gas or electric element. The heat is slowly dispersed through the oven over time. Whereas with convection ovens and air fryers, that time is sped up by the use of a fan. Because of an air fryers small size, it heats up very quickly and also circulates the heat more evenly, so your food gets crispy without hot spots.

All Air Fryers Are Not the Same
The recipes on this website are made and tested using this 5.8 QT Cosori Air Fryer. If you own a different model air fryer (such as Phillips, Ninja, NuWave, Dash, etc.), I would suggest doing a test run with just a sample of whatever recipe you’re making and then adjust the time/temp, if necessary. Air fryers are all similar, but just like ovens, cooking times can vary.

Air Fryer Snacks

overhead white plate of air fryer pineapple pieces

Air Fryer Pineapple

Air Fryer Pineapple is going to knock your socks off! It’s sweet, juicy, tastes grilled, and you only need 4 ingredients and 5 minutes of prep to make it….
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pile of air fryer zucchini fries on white plate

Air Fryer Zucchini Fries

With freshly grated cheese, a handful of seasonings, and Panko breadcrumbs, these Air Fryer Zucchini Fries are crispy and healthy! Pair with ranch dip for a quick and easy…
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