Your one-stop guide to heart-healthy, air-fried delights.
Healthy food? Or fried food? Why not both? By cooking with hot air instead of oil, air fryers provide a healthier option. The Healthy Air Fryer Cookbook brings you recipes that are not merely healthier than deep-frying with oil, but genuinely nutritious, heart-healthy, and yummy.
The Healthy Air Fryer Cookbook follows American Heart Association guidelines while delivering the flavor and crunch you crave in fried foods. Recipes are easy, requiring no more than 8 ingredients and 30 minutes. All recipes come with nutritional information, proving just how delicious heart-healthy cooking can be.
The Healthy Air Fryer Cookbook includes:
- 100+ air fryer recipes Enjoy healthy versions of fried favorites, plus delicious new ideas for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and appetizers. Vegan and vegetarian options are also included.
- Heart healthy guarantee This is the only air fryer cookbook that adheres to the low salt, low fat guidelines of the American Heart Association.
- Nutritional information Get more tips on heart-healthy eating, and find out how much salt and fat each recipe saves you.
This air fryer cookbook lets you indulge in your favorite foods without an ounce of guilt. What’s not to love?
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About the Author
LINDA LARSEN is a Busy Cooks Expert at About.com, as well as a devoted user of the air fryer. She is the author of 28 cookbooks, including The Complete Air Fryer Cookbook: Amazingly Easy Recipes to Fry, Bake, Grill & Roast with your Air Fryer. Linda has been developing recipes for more than 25 years.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This was the second air fryer book I purchased; the first had no photos. This book is well laid out, beginning with appetizers and ending with desserts. Each recipe has a photo. The reason I gave it only a three star rating is because there is no nutritional information with each recipe. This was suprising because the title touts it as being healthy with low fat, etc. This information is vital to many people, including diabetics and those on special diets. That would have made the book a five-star book. In addition, there were only recipes; there was no information about how to use the air fryer to use it. I thought it would give a little more insight into the process of air frying or how to adapt recipes to be used in the air fryer.