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2021 UPDATE: Daily Harvest Review

You know what the number one question I hear as a Dietitian is? What meal delivery service do I recommend?

Up until recently, I haven’t had a good response. As a Dietitian, I don’t love meal delivery services for several reasons. The most concerning is that you won’t make any true lifestyle change, and when you don’t want to spend the money anymore or get sick of the food, you stop ordering, and it’s over.

However, I also realize the need for convenience to maintain a healthy lifestyle, especially during busy times in our lives. What I like about Daily Harvest is that it creates convenience in healthy eating while allowing some flexibility.


1. Make a Simple Plan. Our goal is to make it quick and easy. So it’s better to stick to proven and tested healthy meals as a beginner.

2. Make a List. Meal prep recipe lists, shopping lists, menu lists. Lists should become your BFF. If you want to be more organized, see our bullet journal meal planning ideas here. Believe me, it’ll keep your sanity!

3. Choose a day or 2. If you don’t want to stay longer in the kitchen, pick a day or 2 for meal prepping. Whatever works for you. For us, it’s a Sunday.

4. Make it fun. After all, meal prepping shouldn’t stress you out. As I’ve said, you can start with just one type of meal then add more when you get the hang of it.

5. Make the meal prepping delicious and not boring. You can experiment with spices, herbs, and marinades.

Cheap and Easy Recipes Using Canned Tuna

Here are 25 meals that you can make tonight with that canned tuna that has been sitting in your pantry forever.

Tuna Sandwiches & Patties

Plain tuna sandwiches can get pretty boring. I remember dreading eating soggy tuna fish sandwiches every day for lunch in elementary school. My mother was not very creative with her brown bag lunches.

These tuna "sandwiches" are flavorful, crunchy, and won't leave you hungry for more. There are also some delicious tuna patty recipes that you can enjoy by themselves or stick them on a bun and enjoy as a sandwich.


Spicy Tuna Quesadilla with 2-Ingredient Blue Cheese Dressing

These quick and easy spicy tuna quesadillas are a fun twist on a classic. While not technically a "sandwich" they are crispy, cheesy, and have a hint of spicy goodness.

Top them off with a drizzle or dollop of blue cheese dressing.

Tuna Cakes

These Tuna Cakes are just like crab cakes … but without the hefty price tag. Made from canned tuna and topped with baked vegetables, they’re sure to please even the pickiest of eaters.

You can also enjoy these with a side or rice or make some keto cauliflower mash.

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Two Cheese Tuna Mexi Melts

This is not the bland tuna melts you remember as a kid. A new take on an old favorite that pairs Mexican flavors with healthy broccoli slaw, two kinds of melted cheese and canned tuna.

These two cheese tuna mexi melts are crunchy, flavorful, and easy enough to throw together on a busy weeknight.

Chili Lime Tuna Fishcakes (Gluten-Free)

Elevated fishcakes with a zesty twist! Chili Lime Tuna Fishcakes that are gluten-free, egg-free, dairy-free, & soy-free, without the oil and baked in the oven.

With a secret nutty ingredient for a super flavor-packed & healthy recipe, your family will love for dinner or lunch!

Stuffed Tomato Tuna Melt

While technically not a sandwich. this Stuffed Tomato Tuna Melt recipe is low carb and gluten-free. It makes a great quick lunch or dinner!

If you want a healthy and fun side to add, try out these crispy kale chips!

The Best Tuna Patties

A quick, easy, and budget-friendly recipe for tuna patties that are crunchy on the outside, tender on the inside and bursting with tons of flavor from simple ingredients like onion, mustard, spices, and fresh lemon.

Pair with some fragrant rice and some steamed veggies.

Easy Tuna Patty Recipe

An easy tuna patty recipe made without breadcrumbs. Healthy and made with mashed potatoes and veggies, these patties can be eaten either hot or cold.

Easy Cheesy Tuna Panini Recipe

This easy Cheesy Tuna Panini is the perfect quick dinner or quick lunch to make! Pair up with a soup for a warm cozy meal that feels you up!

This is such a simple recipe to make, even my 10-year-old son can make this on his own for a quick lunch.

Spicy Tuna Melt Calzone

This spicy tuna melt calzone recipe will be a hit among all ages! Perfectly filled and warmed calzones featuring a cheesy tuna center is the perfect year-round.

This is also a great recipe to make ahead and freeze.

Tuna Pizza with Lemon Dill Aioli

I would have never thought to put tuna on a pizza, but why not?!

An easy and delicious pizza recipe with canned tuna! Made with a unique lemon dill aioli sauce that will make your taste buds sing!

Tuna Casseroles & Rice Dishes

Tuna casseroles are great because you can make them in so many different ways and incorporate so many different ingredients.

Tuna and rice also pair well together in these frugal and delicious dishes.


Almost Homemade Bacon Cheeseburger Hamburger Helper

Tuna Noodle Casserole

A classic recipe for a tuna noodle casserole, topped with cheese and French fried onions.

I highly suggest using fresh or frozen peas to give this amazing recipe even more flavor and texture.

Tuna Pasta Bake

This frugal tuna pasta bake recipe is sure to be a family favorite. Made with fresh ingredients like bell peppers and cherry tomatoes adds an extra level of flavor!

This is also another great recipe to make ahead when you meal plan and freeze for later.

Tuna Thai Red Curry

A stunning tuna Thai red curry made in just a few minutes for a light and easy meal.

Gluten-free and paleo, this tuna Thai red curry is lightened up and served over simple coconut cauliflower rice to bring it all together!

Better For You Tuna Pasta Casserole Recipe

When it comes to easy dinner recipes for the family, nothing beats a casserole. This better-for-you tuna pasta casserole swaps out a few of the classic ingredients for healthier ones, for a casserole that is both delicious and guilt-free!

Instead of breadcrumbs, this tuna casserole is topped with whole wheat crackers, yum!

Tuna Broccoli Ranch Casserole

Not your classic tuna noodle casserole — this is a healthy and easy tuna casserole recipe with broccoli, cheddar cheese, and ranch dressing. Only six ingredients, low carb, and keto-friendly.

My kids love that is has that classic ranch flavor, I love that it's mostly broccoli!

Cheap & Easy Tuna Casserole

This quick and simple tuna casserole is the perfect dish to make when on a budget! It also freezes extremely well, so it’s great to double and save half as a make-ahead meal.

This is one recipe that is almost always on my meal plan for when I am keeping the budget tight.

Incredible Tuna Pie - Low Carb with Gluten Free Option

A simple canned tuna turned in an incredible Tuna Pie. It’s made with the addition of green beans and lots of cheese.

And the best part. it’s low carb and gluten-free.

Easy Tuna Casserole Recipe

This Easy Tuna Casserole is perfect to whip together for a busy weeknight!

With not much prep work just throw everything in the pan and bake!

Tuna bolognese

A fun twist on the traditional Italian bolognese, this super simple dish only takes 15 minutes to make.

This tuna bolognese will quickly become a family favorite for busy weeknights.

Tuna Rice and Tuna Salad Recipes

Now I am not going to give you some boring old recipe for a soggy tuna salad sandwich. These tuna salad and tuna and rice recipes are packed with flavor and will have you going back for seconds.


Healthy Tuna Salad Wrap- 2 ways

Apples and pickles give this basic, healthy tuna salad recipe a sweet and sour crunch. I’ll show two you different ways to take this simple recipe and make a healthy tuna salad wrap.

The perfect on the go meal or for a quick lunch at work.

Cuban-Style Tuna Meal Prep Bowls (Gluten-Free, Paleo)

A healthy meal prep recipe in a pinch! These Cuban-Style Tuna Meal Prep Bowls are gluten-free, paleo, and perfect for a well-rounded lunch!

With plantain chips, fresh veggies, jalapeno tuna, and a zesty dairy-free yogurt, you’ll be powering through that midday slump!

Avocado Tuna Salad Recipe

This Avocado Tuna Salad Recipe is quick and easy to make and full of flavor and texture.

Perfect for a quick lunch or a simple low carb meal packed with protein and healthy fats.

Tuna Egg Salad Recipe

An EASY tuna egg salad recipe! See how to make this tuna salad with eggs in just 10 minutes.

Plus, tuna and egg salad is healthy and perfect to make ahead to pack for a quick lunch.

Tuna White Bean Salad with Red Wine Vinaigrette

You’ll love this Tuna & White Bean Salad with Red Wine Vinaigrette dressing! It’s a really healthy, low-calorie lunch or dinner option, and is ready to eat in less than 5 minutes!

Easy Tuna Rice Salad

This budget-friendly tuna rice salad is amazingly delicious. Quick, and easy, perfect filling meal or side dish for busy moms.

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The Plant-Based Breakfast Recipes:

Cocoprorridge Bowl from When Sweet Becomes Healthy

This stunning bowl is filled with delicious plant-based ingredients including banana, coconut flour, cinnamon, vanilla, buckwheat groats, and cocoa nibs. Grab a spoon and dive in!

Chia seeds are an amazing and super healthy plant-based food that does wonders for your digestive system and works wonderfully in this delicious breakfast pudding recipe from Choosing Chia.

Carrots may be a vegetable but they seem sweet and blend wonderfully with oats, raisins, walnuts, coconut yogurt, and plant-based milk in this tasty and satisfying overnight oats breakfast.

Breakfast Skillet Recipe from Make It Dairy Free

This bright and beautiful breakfast skillet is loaded with plant-based ingredients including potatoes, bell peppers, onion, mushrooms, spinach, and the perfect touch of herbs!

Gorgeous, green, and perfectly plant-based, this smoothie recipe is packed with spinach, banana, and ground flaxseed. The dark chocolate is optional but adds a delicious sweetness and a touch of antioxidants.

Savory Vegan Breakfast Bowl from Running On Real Food

This colourful breakfast bowl from Deryn of Running on Real Food is filled with scrambled tofu (an awesome plant-based breakfast protein), kale, avocado, mushrooms, and cooked brown rice.

Oats and quinoa are the beautiful grains that make the base of this delicious plant-based breakfast recipe topped with tons of fruit, seeds, coconut, and nut butter.

Um, yum. I think I’d like to put this plant-based cream cheese on everything. It’s made from freeze-dried strawberries, cashew butter, and plant-based yogurt and is a perfect way to brighten up any morning!

Another delightful and easy plant-based breakfast recipe from Choosing Chia, this pretty rice pudding is filled with coconut milk, rice, vanilla, cardamom, pure maple syrup, and topped with juicy berries.

Another tasty savoury option, these tacos do contain eggs (which are fine on a plant-based diet) but are also loaded with lots of plant foods including beans, tomatoes, avocado, cilantro, and lime.

Dairy Free Coconut Yogurt from Make it Dairy Free

Making your own homemade plant-based yogurt has never been easier with this super simple tutorial from Make It Dairy Free. The coconut yogurt finds it’s way into this delicious fruit and coconut yogurt breakfast parfait.

Filled with avocado, spinach, banana, lemon, and plant-based yogurt, this smoothie is sure to fill you up at breakfast and put a big smile on your face. I’m sure my almost 2-year old daughter would love this one too!

These gorgeous looking plant-based breakfast cups are filled with natural, unsweetened sunflower seed butter, rolled oats, applesauce, hemp seeds, and chia seeds. They would make a great morning snack too and being nut-free, a great lunchbox addition.

This is still one of my most popular breakfast recipes, inspired by a lovely little cafe in Oahu. Loaded with plants like broccoli, tomato, kale, mushrooms, carrot, and quinoa then topped with scrambled eggs or tofu, avocado, and sprouts, it’s a plant-based breakfast bowl sure to please.

Move over plain avocado toast, this mushroom bean toast is another savoury option to try for a healthy and filling plant-based breakfast.

Berries, berries, and more berries alongside plant-based yogurt, rolled oats, dried fruit, nuts, seeds, and a sprig of mint. It’s all plants, it’s all yummy, and all drizzled with a perfect touch of honey. Delicious!

The Best Avocado Egg Salad from Pinch Of Yum

This final addition to this easy plant-based breakfast recipe list is a super tasty egg salad option from Pinch of Yum that’s packed with avocado, dill, parsley, and lemon. Perfect on a gluten-free grain bagel or enjoy it with a spoon. It’s up to you!

If anyone ever said plant-based is boring, they are definitely mistaken. All that colour, all that wholesome goodness, I’d be happy to eat plant-based breakfasts for the rest of my life! Tell me, which one will you try first?

Have you tried a plant-based diet, or is this a way you normally eat? Is this something you’d like to try but weren’t sure where to start? Start with breakfast and the recipes in this list. Let’s chat about it in the comments! Don’t forget to pin the photo below to save this awesome roundup for later and of course, share the love!

Why Meal Plan?

Since toddlers flip back and forth between loving a certain food and refusing it entirely, meal plans can be tricky. On the one hand.

On the other hand, meal plans can be a great way to give toddlers a consistent feeding schedule where you can proactively mix familiar foods with new stuff. Stuff they love with stuff they don’t. And give yourself a plan to follow to prevent you from scrambling to find something (anything!) that your child will eat.

10 Simple Tricks to Make You a Meal Planning Genius

Running a food website is kind of a funny thing. People tend to assume I cook all day, every day – and that my dinner table is full of fancy, from-scratch, super-stylish foodie things.

The reality of my job is that I usually spend one day a week in the kitchen for “work.” That’s when I shoot and style new recipes, test things, and turn my kitchen into something resembling Dorothy’s house post-tornado.

The other 90% of my time is spent sitting at the computer, doing design work + answering email + consulting with clients + updating the website + etc. etc. etc. + boring boring boring. I also tend towards the “workaholic” end of the spectrum, which means I’m at my desk by 8 or 9 each morning, eat my lunch in front of the computer, and forget about dinner until Kyle gets home from the office/gym/whatever real grown ups do all day.

Around 6pm, it’s a lickety-split dinner and then, nine times out of ten, it’s back to work for a few hours. (slash omg, did I just TOTALLY make you want to start a food blog? I paint a pretty thrilling picture. I know).

BUT ANYWAY. The point I’ve been trying to make for a million years now (OMG JESSIE, GET YOUR ISH TOGETHER) is that leisurely dinner cooking is not so much a thing in my house.

But what IS a thing is lots and lots of meal planning. (YAY!)

Sitting down at the start of the week to plan out our meals is a huge (HUGE, you guys. HUGE) timesaver. And since I’ve started menu planning more consistently, I’ve found a few tricks that always help me cut down on the time and energy involved in meal prep. So I’m sharing them with you today! Wahoo!

Here are my ten favorite ways to conquer meal prep like a pro.

1. Plan Your Meals.

Ok, this one is like … DUH … but how many of us (*raises own hand*) are guilty of wishing we were better at meal planning without, umm, actually trying to plan our meals? .

It only takes a few minutes to sit down and write or type out a recipe list for the week. Because I run le bloggity blog here, I start by adding any recipes I know I’ll be cooking for work to the calendar, and then I fill in the rest of the slots for the week with quick and easy recipes.

2. Keep your favorite recipes organized.

Meal planning goes much quicker when you’ve got an organized recipe catalog.

My favorite way to organize is with Pinterest. (If you haven’t tried Pinterest yet, think of it like a virtual bulletin board where you can collect your favorite websites and organize them into categories).

I have one Pinterest board for recipes I want to try, and another board for recipes I’ve tried and loved. When I sit down to plan our meals for the week, I just pull up the Pinterest boards and pick a few things that stand out.

3. Have new recipes “delivered.”

Tried-and-true recipes are great, but when the repetition gets boring it’s important to have a fresh source of recipe inspiration. Pinterest is a great way to find new recipes, but my personal favorite way to do this is to sign up for email updates from other chefs and food bloggers. It’s like a daily dose of tasty new food baked right into my morning routine!

I delete any emails with recipes that don’t speak to me, and add any that pique my interest directly to my “recipes to try” Pinterest board. Then, when I sit down to meal plan, all the new ideas I’ve collected are right there waiting for me!

4. You don’t have to do everything 100% from scratch.

GASP! I know. Aren’t food people supposed to be all about that “I-make-everything-all-by-myself” lifestyle? I definitely avoid the preservative-heavy, uber-processed stuff (looking at you, Cream of Mushroom Soup in a can!) but that doesn’t mean I can’t cut a few corners to save on my meal prep time. Personally, I almost always opt for pre-made pasta, bakery bread, pesto, nut butters, and even the occasional rotisserie chicken.

If you have a grocery store like Wegmans (HI WEGMANS I ❤️ YOU) or Whole Foods, you can also often find pre-chopped veggies in their prepared foods section. Our Wegmans slices and dices all kinds of fresh produce right on the produce floor, so it’s just like prepping all your veggies right at home (except, umm, without the “prepping the veggies at home” part). Frozen produce is another great choice – many brands flash-freeze their veggies and fruits at harvest time, so they retain their freshness without being weighed down by syrups or preservatives.

There’s no shame in buying pre-diced onion, people! (Especially if it means the difference between making your own dinner or heating up a can of Spaghetti-Os).

5. Choose a few main dishes to use throughout the week.

I’m a big fan of cooking one big batch of food that can be repurposed throughout the week. My favorite Slow Cooker Chicken is a great choice here – I whip up a batch on Sunday and toss it into salads, soups, pastas, and sandwiches all week long.

Big batches of side dishes are also great to heat up throughout the week – I’ll make a pot of mashed potatoes to reheat and serve with different entrees on different days. Pair them with a quick chicken dish on Monday and an easy seafood recipe on Thursday and you won’t even notice the side dish is on repeat!

6. Do your shopping all at once.

This is the toughest part of meal planning for me – but it saves time (and money!) in the long run AND cuts down on food waste.

When you sit down to plan your meals for the week, make your grocery list at the same time. Double check your shopping list against what you’ve already got on hand, and buy everything you still need in the same shopping trip. Multiple shopping trips always encourage me to deviate from my meal plan and/or buy a ton of things I don’t need – so curb the temptation by sticking to your list and getting it all done at once!

7. Make extra food to freeze.

The freezer is my meal planning BFF. When I’m cooking something that I know freezes well – like a lasagna or an easy pot pie – I make a double or triple batch and put the extra servings in the freezer. Then, on extra-busy weeknights, we have homemade frozen food on hand to pop in the oven (WAY better than ordering takeout!) Just be sure to let the dishes warm up before baking so you’re not putting a cold pan into a hot oven.

8. Learn to love leftovers.

I wasn’t much of a leftover person until a few years ago. I think it’s because I don’t love eating the EXACT SAME MEAL multiple times in a row.

But I broke the anti-leftovers habit when I started putting all my leftovers in the fridge in individual containers instead of one big pot or bowl. It seems simple, but there’s something about heating up a pre-portioned scoop of mashed potatoes (rather than scooping a serving out of a big block of cold potatoes, yuck) that makes me much more amenable to the whole “eating the same food again” thing.

Another great trick if you have leftover-averse family members? Mix and match your leftovers so you never have the same meal twice. Fill a plate with some of Tuesday’s Jambalaya and yesterday’s Chicken and pair it with a fresh side of fruit or salad to help leftovers feel like an entirely different meal instead of the same thing over and over again.

9. Keep swap-able staples on hand

A magical thing sometimes happens even when I’ve planned my menu down to the last detail: I CHANGE MY MIND.

When that happens, I try to appease my shifting taste buds by switching out any non-perishable pieces of a planned recipe (but leaving any veggies or fruits on the menu so they don’t go bad).

Keeping staples like pasta, flour, rice, and other grains on hand means I can make on-the-fly changes quickly and easily without wasting anything.

For example, if I was planning on a veggie stir fry but don’t feel like that anymore, I’ll throw those same veggies into a quick pasta dish with a bit of olive oil. Planning to cook spaghetti and meatballs but not in a noodle-y mood? Whip up a fifteen minute dough and turn the sauce and meatballs into a deep dish skillet pizza.

10. Give yourself permission to be a meal planning cheater.

You guys, you can have the best intentions and the fanciest checklists and the best-stocked fridge on the block, and sometimes, you still just want to get home and put on your ugliest comfiest sweatpants and faceplant onto the couch and have a strange delivery person bring you a large pizza.

If you’re an obsessive planner like me, you can even build a “cheat day” wild card into your weekly meal plan – use your cheat day when you need to, and shift the rest of your schedule back a day so you’re still eating all that tasty, fresh food you bought.

What are some of your favorite meal prep tips? Share your wisdom in the comments!

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Below we’ve rounded up some of the best healthy air fryer recipes that you and your family can enjoy.

Follow the link below each picture for the full recipes and instructions.

1. Air Fried Buffalo Cauliflower

I am a huge fan of my air fryer. With an air fryer, your food comes out nice and crispy while still being tender on the inside using little to no oil.

From: beautyandthebenchpress.com

2. Keto Air Fryer Shrimp Scampi

Just 8 minutes start to finish to make this air fryer low carb keto shrimp scampi.

So simple to make, so delicious, you won’t believe it. Watch the video at the end on how to make this Keto shrimp scampi in your air fryer.

From: twosleevers.com

3. Air Fryer Zucchini Parmesan Chips

Frying zucchini in the air fryer just got easier and tastier!

This fantastic gadget locks in the natural flavors that seem to get lost while cooking more traditional ways.

From: awefilledhomemaker.com

4. Airfryer French Toast Sticks

Making French Toast in your Airfryer is darn simple and pretty much the same as when you make them on a stovetop.

From: 5minutesformom.com

5. Low Carb Air Fryer Radish Hash Browns

Low Carb Air Fryer Radish Hash Browns are Keto Friendly and seriously delicious.

Replace Hash Brown Potatoes with these healthy gems.

From: thisoldgal.com

6. Blueberry Lemon Muffins Air Fryer Recipe

Blueberry Lemon Muffins air fryer recipe is so easy to make and it’s been a keeper in our family.

This recipe makes 12 muffins and the prep only takes about 5 or 6 minutes.

From: wineladycooks.com

7. Portobello Mushroom Pizzas with Hummus

These personal “pizzas” make a great appetizer or snack. Be sure to serve them with plenty of napkins because they can get messy!

From: blog.fatfreevegan.com

8. Pickle-Brined Fried Chicken

This is a delicious fried chicken recipe that uses up the brine left in the pickle jar when you’ve finished all the pickles.

This recipe calls for legs, but if you prefer white meat, feel free to substitute bone-in chicken breasts instead.

From: meredithlaurence.com

9. Crispy Air Fryer Pork Chops

This recipe for Crispy Air Fryer Pork Chops is the perfect quick supper that the entire family will love. Have it on the table in less then 30 minutes from start to finish, plus clean up is a breeze!

Follow the recipe as directed, or try changing it up with your favorite seasonings to make it your own.

From: thismomsmenu.com

10. Air Fryer Weight Watchers Pork Taquitos

In honor of Cinco de Mayo, we have prepared a Weight Watchers Pork Taquitos Recipe in the air fryer. But we like to make all year long.

They are a great snack for after school, bbq’s, and even football season. Let’s get cooking!

From: plumcrazyaboutcoupons.com

11. Air Fryer Chinese Take Out Sweet ‘N Sour Pork

Air Fryer Chinese Take Out Sweet ‘N Sour Pork is a healthier option than the deep fried version and is made at home in less than 30 minutes.

From: thisoldgal.com

12. Crispy Roasted Broccoli In The Air Fryer

Are you looking for a healthy snack that can be made in a jiffy?

This crispy roasted broccoli is just the one for you. I promise you that the crunch factor in this snack makes it appealing even to those who might not be big fans of this green vegetable.

From: saffrontrail.com

13. Air Fryer Roast Chicken

Deliciously moist chicken that’s flavorful and crispy on the outside! So easy to make in your air fryer in no time at all!

From: bitzngiggles.com

14. Air Fryer Tofu Scramble

We eat a tofu and potato scramble almost every weekend, and I’ve finally worked out how to make it happen in the air fryer!

From: glueandglitter.com

15. Whole30 Lemon Pepper Chicken In The Air Fryer

I also absolutely love this recipe because everything is prepared in a silver foil packet therefore there is no washing up at all.

From: recipethis.com

16. Copycat Taco Bell Air Fryer Crunch Wraps Recipe

The air fryer gave the outer shell that perfect crunch just like you get when you order one at Taco Bell.

This copycat recipe was an absolute home run, and an all-time favorite recipe for our family.

From: by-pink.com

17. Perfect Air Fryer Brussels Sprouts

Serve these up as a side dish with your favorite plant-based protein and a starch.

They’re terrific with BBQ Tofu and mashed potatoes or with beans and rice or quinoa

From: glueandglitter.com

18. Air Fryer Chicken Fried Rice Recipe

This Air Fryer Chicken Fried Rice recipe is easy to make and gluten-free. It tastes as good as take-out and is more economical.

I loved how little work was involved – no need for constant stirring, no splattering – and all with almost no oil!

From: fromvalskitchen.com

19. Air Fryer Beef Empanadas

These easy beef empanadas made with my homemade beef picadillo filling and store bought empanada dough are “fried” in the air fryer for empanadas that are ready in minutes (only takes 8 minutes to cook)!

From: skinnytaste.com

20. Healthy Air Fried Chicken Tenders

Air Fried chicken tenders taste like an indulgent fried treat at a fraction of the calories!

Only a few quick steps to prepare, they cook up in only 10 minutes and make a great week night meal.

From: mygirlishwhims.com

21. Air Fryer Pizza Bagels

Air Fryer Pizza Bagels are super easy to make for a quick weeknight dinner in just under 10 minutes from start to finish.

The toppings are endless too, so it’s great if you have a family of picky eaters. We decided to top these with some leftover, cooked chicken.

From: mommyhatescooking.com

22. Easy Air Fryer Bacon And Cream Cheese Stuffed Jalapeno Poppers

Easy Fifteen-Minute Air Fryer Bacon and Cream Cheese Stuffed Jalapeno Poppers is a quick and spicy recipe.

These poppers are low-carb and keto diet friendly. This dish has savory and creamy melted cheddar cheese and is also crunchy.

Makes the perfect appetizer or snack for parties, gatherings, or events.

From: staysnatched.com

23. Air Fryer Herbed Crispy Skin Potato Wedges (5WW Smart Points)

The Air Fryer Herbed Crispy Skin Potato Wedges Recipe is only 5 WW Smart Points and is great because you can still stay on program and eat foods you love!

From: plumcrazyaboutcoupons.com

24. Air Fried Spicy Cauliflower Stir-Fry

Air Fried Spicy Cauliflower Stir-Fry is fast and simple. It is so gratifying to have a new side dish for your family to enjoy. Delicious flavors get you lots of compliments.

From: veganinthefreezer.com

25. Crunchy Air Fryer Sushi Roll

Guys, I am crazy for these delicious Air Fryer Sushi Rolls! They’re crunchy, filling, and so, so fun to make! The prep time includes the time it will take to make a batch of white sushi rice. Stick it into the fridge to cool, so you can get rolling sooner!

From: glueandglitter.com

26. Air Baked Zucchini Fries Recipe

Air Baking is so much better than frying food in oil. This air baked zucchini fries recipe is so good and there’s NO special equipment needed.

From: slickhousewives.com

27. Ranch Seasoned Air Fryer Chickpeas

Have you tried making roasted chickpeas in the air fryer yet? It’s so quick and easy! And these Ranch Seasoned Air Fried Chickpeas couldn’t be simpler to make.

From: glueandglitter.com

28. Air-Fried Gluten-Free Onion Rings

Air-Fried Gluten Free Onion Rings are so yummy and easy to make. Enjoy these crunchy onion rings that are low fat and low carb.

From: mamashire.com

29. Air Fryer Sticky Mushroom Rice

Air Fryer Sticky Mushroom Rice will knock your socks off.

This sweet and spicy sauce to toss with Jasmine rice is fast and easy. There’s a skillet option too!

From: veganinthefreezer.com

30. Crispy Air Fryer Bacon

Bacon lovers, get ready to rejoice! With this recipe for Crispy Air Fryer Bacon you can cook up a healthier version of crave-worthy bacon that turns out perfectly crispy every time.

Suitable for Gluten-Free, Low Carb, Paleo and Keto Diets. The post also includes Weight Watchers points.

From: recipesfromapantry.com

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