Easy Air Fryer Recipes to make the Season a Little Easier

Guys, you are in for a treat! I asked my fellow bloggers for their easy air fryer meals, sides, their go-to when they are in a hurry, and this roundup is Epic! With a capital AMAZING.


Vegan Lasagna For One. This is perfect for those times you are craving lasagna but don’t want to be eating leftovers for days. Photo credit goes to Cadry from Cadry’s Kitchen.


Crispy Air Fry Tofu. Hands down the best way to prepare tofu. The non-loving tofu people in my life love this recipe. Photo credit goes to Becky from Glue and Glitter.


Air-Fryer Buffalo Cauliflower.  Just when you think it couldn’t get better? This is  perfect for get-togethers/celebrations. You know, the Grey Cup, Super Bowl, The Stanely Cup, Thanksgiving, celebrating your rescue’s birthday, your child’s first step. Read you don’t need a reason to make these- just do it. Photo credit goes to Kristina from Spabettie.


Bow Tie Pasta Chips. These are quick and easy, and healthier than regular potato chips. They can also be made Gluten-Free, Kathy tells you how. Photo Credit goes to Kathy Hester from Healthy Slow Cooking.


Vegan Bacon Mini Breakfast Burritos. These are so cute, and who doesn’t love a good burrito? Photo credit goes to Kristina from Spabettie.


Vegan Quiche. Make a batch of these quiche so you can have some all week long. I’m sure Santa wants some instead of cookies. Photo credit goes to Cadry’s Kitchen.


Nutty French Toast. This seems like something you would only have time for on the weekends. But this calls for 7 ingredients including the bread and maple syrup. Cooks in about 6 minutes. Photo credit goes to Kathy Hester from Healthy Slow Cooking.


Vegan Air-Fry Cream Cheese Wontons. Valerie provides an easy recipe for homemade cream cheese. If you’d rather buy it, then go ahead, anything that will help with easy cooking. Photo credit goes to Valerie from Very Vegan Val.


Air Fryer Vegan Chicken and Waffles. This recipe isn’t just for breakfast. Also it’s Gluten-Free. Photo credit goes to Rebecca from Strength and Sunshine.


Vegan Popcorn Chicken. I bet you have all the ingredients for this. Photo credit goes to Mary Ellen from V Nutrition and Wellness.


Air Fryer Roasted Potatoes with rosemary speaks to me, because potatoes. Honestly you haven’t had fries until you have made them in the air fryer. Photo credit goes to Sarah from Fried Dandelions.


BLT and Potato Wedges. This has to be one of my favourite ways to make tofu bacon.


Lemon Garlic Air Fryer Roasted Potatoes sounds interesting. Who doesn’t love garlic? Photo credit goes to Mel from A Virtual Vegan.



Air Fryer Baked Potatoes, are the bomb! Photo credit goes to Courtney from Know Your Produce.


Crispy Potato Latkes. These potato “pancakes” will be a hit at your next brunch. Or for a weekday breakfast. Photo credit goes to Rebecca from Strength and Sunshine.


Seasoned Waffle Fries. How cute are these? Normally I buy them from the store, but I will be making my own from now on. Photo credit goes to Teresa Sklenicka from A Plantiful Path.


Much love to all these wonderful Ladies! xo

I hope we’ve made your life a little easier for you during the Holiday Season. Sorry we can’t do the cooking or cleaning for you, but you have some great recipes to choose from. If you still don’t have an Air-Fryer let your loved ones know how useful it really is and you might just get one. (There’s still time to buy yourself a gift from Amazon Prime.)

National Donut Day

Who doesn’t love donuts? Have you ever tried to make homemade donuts before? If not, you need to make these stat and after you do, you’ll be wondering why you haven’t made them before. So easy… I love easy tasty recipes.

Becky from Glue and Glitter is brilliant! She has an air fryer addiction like I do- it’s all good, it just means that our families eat healthy meals without heating up the kitchen and the power bill is lower. Anyway- a few weeks ago, I was making the kids’ lunches to take to school, I wanted to make them something special, but I only had about 1/2 hr to have everything mixed, baked and cooled. I remembered the donut holes recipe I came across on Facebook. Perfect- I can make these. Good thing I decided to make these and not anything in the oven because of course when I’m taking care of my own life, that’s when the business phone starts ringing and I had to meet with a client right then and there. No worries, the air fryer doesn’t need to be watched, it can take care of itself, you set the timer and when it beeps its three beeps (to me it sounds like I’m ready, I’m ready, I’m ready- picture me saying that as Sheldon would from Big Bang Theory, when he’s knocking on someones door).

Life was good again once I had these perfectly delicious donut holes. The kids were impressed and the kids at school couldn’t believe that I make donuts, they were jealous.

With permission from Becky, she’s letting me use her picture- and here’s the recipe for Chonut Holes: Churro Doughnut Holes Made in the Air Fryer. While you’re there check out her other recipes. Oh and stayed tuned as she’s coming out with a book soon –40 Days Of Green Smoothies, that will be going on pre-sale pretty soon. I’m excited for her.


Enjoy National Donut Day!!!!! 🙂