The *PERFECT* Crispy And Juicy Chicken Wing

After four separate attempts, and close to five pounds of chicken...the Holy Grail of air fried chicken wings. The word I see most often associated with wings is crispy...but, you don't want tough and dried out meat in order to get it. For science, I went through pounds of wings to figure out the perfect method, time, and temperature. This method is fool proof, and will give you incredible results each time. Trust me, you need to try this out. *Update* if you don't want to wash and wait … [Read more...]

The Incredible Twice Air Fried Potato…For Science

Over the past several weeks, I've been trying to make the perfect air fried potato. Over a dozen potatoes were used to find the optimal cooking time, method, and temperature so you don't have to. Try this recipe, and I promise you won't be disappointed. Please note, with all the experimenting I did....you can do the first "air fry, or bake" in the microwave in about seven to eight minutes...which is a huge time saver. The meat department at my local grocery store sells these premade with … [Read more...]

Air Fryer Prosciutto Curry Egg Bites

The old saying goes, "Breakfast is the most important meal of the day." It's also the meal I miss most often. Mornings are rushed, time is short, and preparing food takes up valuable time. Making these incredibly tasty breakfast egg bites in the evening solves the problem. This recipe takes less than fifteen minutes to assemble and cook, tastes out of this world, and is surprisingly healthy. These breakfast bites are not only keto friendly, they're gluten free as well. This makes for a … [Read more...]

Air Fryer Brussel Sprouts

By far, the single best thing to come out of my air fryer has been brussel sprouts. To add to that claim, I try not to eat anything green...and, have never been a fan of vegetables in general. Once they were done cooking, a single sprout had to be tested, for science....and, I could not stop eating these crispy balls of bacony goodness. No matter what your feelings are about brussels, you need to try this recipe as soon as possible. This recipe takes about forty minutes to assemble and … [Read more...]

The *PERFECT* Air Fryer Grilled Cheese Sandwich

Who doesn't love a grilled cheese sandwich? This might be the easiest, cheapest, and quickest recipe that ever gets posted to this blog. Not only that, it's a wonderful tasty meal for one, and cooking it in air fryer or oven makes for fewer dirty dishes and a faster prep time. I won't tell you the number of sandwiches that had to be sacrificed to find the perfect time, temperature, and cooking method. That beautiful grill cheese up there is also going to allow me to test out the first of … [Read more...]

Healthy Air Fryer Keto & Gluten Free Vegetable Kabobs

Wondering what to serve as a side now that you can make the perfect steak in your air fryer or oven? These vegetable kabobs are a wonderful compliment for a big hearty piece of meat. Personally, I love taking a bite of steak with each of the parts of the kabob for a unique, and incredible taste. I'm not going to lie, I'm getting hungry all over again typing this out. This recipe takes less than twenty minutes to assemble and cook, tastes out of this world, and is surprisingly healthy. … [Read more...]

The Great Steak Experiment…For Science

Should air fryer steak really be a thing? Ribeyes were on sale a couple weeks back, so I purchased several to find out the optimal cooking method, and to test the results. Since then, I've been able to experiment with New York strips, as well as top sirloin. Six lucky pieces of beef, for each cut of meat were cooked at varying times, temperatures, and methods so you wouldn't have to ruin a perfectly good steak. Try this, and I promise you will not be disappointed! So, should air fryer … [Read more...]

Healthy Air Fryer Keto & Gluten Free Old Bay Shrimp, Sausage, & Peppers

The one recipe that I've been asked the most about is Old Bay shrimp, sausage, and peppers. Just like all of my other posts, this is an incredibly easy dish to put together, and takes very little time to make. It's also a very impressive dinner for guests, or a simple weeknight meal for yourself. An added bonus of cooking smaller portions is a small bill at the grocery. This recipe takes less than twenty five minutes to assemble and cook, tastes out of this world, and is surprisingly healthy. … [Read more...]