Meal prep doesn’t have to be a daunting task. Spend less time in the kitchen and more time doing what you love. With our collection of electric air fryers, you can enjoy quick and healthy meals at the touch of a button. Get the inside scoop from blogger Madeline Moves to learn how our air fryer is the perfect addition to any lifestyle.
“To be honest, I wouldn’t have known what I was missing and would probably not have bought it [an air fryer] on my own because I’m a bit of a minimalist in the kitchen." With the air fryer, "I think my minimalist tendencies actually work to my advantage because it is truly so simple and effective.”
“I have tested [this air fryer] a LOT over the past two weeks and I can safely say that it cooks most vegetables EXACTLY how I want to eat them—with that roasty flavor and crunch that I can’t seem to master in the oven."
"I would be lying if I said I knew exactly how the little alien pod works, but from my end, I just cut the vegetables, spray them with coconut oil, set [my air fryer] according to the recommendation in the manual (usually 10-15 minutes), and it crisps them right up for me.”
“Probably one of the best examples I can give to describe its simplicity is while I was babysitting last week (and too nervous to put the baby down for fear of disrupting the peace). I chopped a zucchini with one hand, threw it in, started it [the air fryer], and ate my dinner without a peep from my sidekick.”
“Another quick example is the dinner we ate last night…We each ate something a little different, but all used the air fryer in some way.” Madeline’s husband Drew enjoyed “cauliflower fried rice, air fried butternut squash, and air fried chicken cilantro wontons”. Her sister Carrie had “pork tenderloin with air fried potatoes and asparagus”, and she prepared for herself “Mexican cauliflower rice with roasted pepper, mushrooms, ground turkey, and air fried zucchini noodles on top for crunch.”
“Lately, I have been simply tossing a big bunch of asparagus in the air fryer for about 12-15 minutes and then putting it with the rest of my lunch for the week in these glass containers. Meal prepping my lunches is without a doubt the best use of an hour and a half on the weekends for getting ahead and staying on track throughout the school week…My schedule doesn’t allow me to go out for lunch, and it’s an easy way to save money, so even if my job were from home or more flexible, I think I would still do it!”
“All in all, it’s [the air fryer] been a really fun new addition to our kitchen, and I think it is 100% worth investing in.”