Healthy Air Fryer Cookbook: 100 Great Recipes with Fewer Calories and Less Fat (Healthy Cookbook) (Paperback)
"I LOVE this cookbook. The recipes are super simple and are perfect for an air fryer novice, like myself." -T. Oksman
"So many awesome recipes, from breakfast to dinner and in between." -JMcDubs
Healthier versions of your fried favorites—all under 500 calories!
Using an air fryer is fast, convenient—and healthy. You need less oil to cook food and you can use healthier ingredients than traditional fried foods. Registered dietician Dana Angelo White, the nutrition expert for Food Network.com, has developed recipes that have fewer calories and less fat than the same recipes you’d make in a deep fryer.
Healthy Air Fryer Cookbook features:
• 100 recipes for breakfast essentials, healthier mains, lighter sides, wholesome snacks, and (less) sinful desserts
• Nutrition per serving for calories, carbs, fat, and other nutrients
• Expert advice from Dana Angelo White on how best to use your air fryer
None of the recipes in this book compromise on the flavors you’d expect. And you can still enjoy all your fried favorites—donuts, French fries, and, yes, chicken wings—without feeling guilty. Plus, you can make foods you didn’t think an air fryer could make, including steak fajitas, shrimp scampi, and cookies. So equipped with this book, you don’t have to let your air fryer continue to sit on your kitchen counter!
About the Author
Dana Angelo White (MS, RD, ATC) is a registered dietitian, certified athletic trainer, and nutrition and fitness consultant. She’s the nutrition expert for Food Network.com and the founding contributor for Food Network’s Healthy Eats blog.
Dana has written seven books: Healthy Air Fryer Cookbook, Healthy Instant Pot Cookbook, Healthy, Quick & East Smoothies, Healthy One Pan Dinners, Healthy Vegan Air Fryer Cookbook, Healthy, Quick & Easy Juices, and First Bites: Superfoods for Babies and Toddlers. Her recipes, quotes, and articles have also been featured on Food Network.com, Verywell.com, Greatist.com, HealthyDay, WebMD, and Cooking Light.com as well as in Today’s Dietitian, Shape, Seventeen, Prevention, Muscle & Fitness, Men’s Fitness, and Maxim magazines.
Dana is the sports dietitian and assistant clinical faculty in the Department of Athletic Training and Sports Medicine at Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Connecticut. She resides in Fairfield, Connecticut, with her husband, three children, and Boston Terrier, Violet Pickles.