Air Fryer McRib Sandwich

People love and are captivated by the very rare appearance of the McRib sandwich, and it's limited availability only adds to it's allure. Thankfully, this is an incredibly easy treat that you can throw together with an air fryer in no time flat. A bonus of using the air fryer is that it takes half the time, and you don't have to sit around waiting for your oven to heat up. To cap off the weeks frozen meals posts, I've decided to go out with a bang and present you with the On-cor Barbecue … [Read more...]

Air Fryer Corn Dogs

Corn dogs are one of the very best things in your local grocery's frozen food section, and something that I've personally loved since childhood. They make for a great late night snack, quick dinner, or pretty much any other excuse you can come up with to eat one. While not the healthiest food option in the world, there's something nostalgic and wonderful about a corn dog, and they're extremely easy and quick to fix. A wonderful bonus of cooking corn dogs in the air fryer, is it actually takes … [Read more...]

Hot Dog Tacos

I know what your first thought is going to be. Let me tell you right now, you're dead wrong. The planned post for today was going to be air fried, frozen, cheap, and easy. But when an idea hits, you've got to follow through...for science. Honestly, it took me a few minutes to build up the confidence to take a bite instead of deconstructing these tacos and putting them in a bun (where I thought they belonged). To my own personal shock, hot dog tacos are really, REALLY good! I highly … [Read more...]

Air Fryer Party Pizza

I present to you the perfect air fried Totino's Party Pizza. In the coming weeks, I'll be taking a different spin with the posts around here. The air fryer will be replaced by other cooking methods, and this week healthy and fresh will be replaced by easy and frozen. The party pizza has always been one of my favorite frozen treats, and air frying it takes nearly half the time. It's also more energy efficient, and you don't have to wait forever for the oven to heat up. Unlike my past … [Read more...]

Air Fryer Essentials

I've been asked several times about what type of air fryer I use, as well as what type of extras or add ons that I have for it. I'm using the Instant Vortex Plus, which is a shelf air fryer. There are also circular, or round air fryers with a basket built in. You can use oven safe Pyrex glass baking dishes in either type, and the advantage is being able to cook dishes with liquid, other meals that would be extremely messy, or recipes that take up horizontal and vertical space or volume. The … [Read more...]

Air Fryer Double Bacon Cheeseburger…From Heaven

You learned one of life's greatest tricks earlier today with the air fryer bacon recipe. If you didn't eat every single last piece of bacon you made (which I wouldn't blame you for if you did), what should you cook with the leftovers? The answer is one of the best, if not the best bacon double cheeseburger you've ever had. That sounds like a lot of hyperbole, but trust me...this recipe is that good. Unlike my past recipes, you will not see the words keto, gluten free, or healthy anywhere … [Read more...]

Air Fryer Bacon

Air fryers do a lot of things really, really well....but, one of the things it does best is bacon. Clean up is simple and easy, the bacon doesn't sit in it's own grease while it cooks, it's incredibly fast as well as easy, and the taste will knock your socks off. If you've never sat down and accidentally eaten a pound of bacon, be prepared that it could happen. I've used air fryer bacon in a lot of my other recipes (including twice air fried potatoes, which I've recently posted about), and … [Read more...]

Meatloaf Stuffed Peppers

So, you've made one wonderful meal...but, you've still got half of an unused pound of ground beef that needs to be cooked. This dish is a great way to use up your leftovers. You can use this recipe for a lunch, or even meal prep so you don't have to cook dinner the next day. The second recipe is for meatloaf stuffed peppers, which is a tasty comfort food. This recipe takes a little over thirty minutes to assemble and cook. Trust me, it's worth the wait and tastes out of this world. It … [Read more...]