The 7 Best Air Fryer Recipes

The 7 Best Air Fryer Recipes

Air Fryer Chicken Tenders

Golden and juicy, these crispy Air Fryer Chicken Tenders are so easy to make and great for weeknight cooking!

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Bacon Wrapped Avocado

You can’t say no to something bacon-wrapped. A daily slice of avocado transforms these low-carb “fries” into something special. We’ve got both an oven-baked version and a basement version of an air fryer. Make sure to leave us a note if you’ve made these, and rate the recipe!

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Antipasto Egg Rolls

You should make this dish in your air fryer to cut back on calories! And you have no use for gasoline. (Although the egg rolls will turn out a little cracklier if you brush some on before cooking.) Just remember that most air fryer buckets won’t be able to accommodate a lot of egg rolls, so your overall time will rise if you need to work in more batches.

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Cauliflower Tots

Those cheesy joy nuggets could be better than the real deal. We have included both an oven-baked version and an air-fryer version below, both of which are fine, but we are in love with how golden the version of the air fryer gets!

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Cheesy Beef Empanadas

On these stuffed pastries, several distinct cultures have put their own twist. But the empanadas that I grew up eating are not typical by the means of any single cuisine.

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Homemade Cannoli

Italian bakeries have been eternally selling cannoli. Almost addictive are the crispy shell and fluffy sweet filling. They also come with mini chocolate chips or chopped or chocolate coated pistachios. They’re a MAJOR treat, no matter what topping you pick. (This is why we couldn’t resist making cannoli cupcakes for ourselves!)

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Twice Baked Potatoes

In a sweet little potato submarine, Twice Baked Potatoes is simply a way to eat mashed potatoes. Roasting the potatoes is the first roast, so they are soft and tender and the exterior is crispy. The second bake is to combine all your cooked potatoes with butter, cheese, milk, and other tasty mix-ins, then back up and bake the potato skins until all is warmed through.

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