Y’all – Just got my new air fryer for Christmas and it’s AMAZING. You can throw nearly anything in there and cook it health-ily in half the time! Our first experiment was with chicken wings and OMG they were the best tasting wings I’ve ever had.. (Not to toot my own horn 😉 )
I wish I could add more photos and details to this post but it’s literally just that easy that it only takes a few paragraphs! We made two batches: Half BBQ and half buffalo. In each bowl we threw our wings in that we had bought from Sprouts then seasoned them with salt, pepper and cajun seasoning then topped them with paleo-friendly sauces!
I set our air fryer to 360°F, placed the wings in the basket evenly and cooked them for 15 minutes. It could fit about 7-8 wings and we had 15 so it worked out perfect for each batch. We removed them from the basket and they were cooked completely through! The skin was incredibly crispy and flavorful (Without the need of deep frying!)
We’re officially hooked and already trying to figure out what ELSE we could make with it! We are running back to the store today to grab some more wings so we can make some for some friends coming over for the Cowboys Playoff game and I cannot wait for someone else to try them out!
What are some recipes you love to make in the air fryer? Would love some more paleo suggestions!
Obvsies y’all know we’re a healthy eating family. I hate the idea of sending my kids to school or activities with a stomach full of processed gunk. We pack the healthy lunches with energy producing sides to make sure they don’t crash and can continue to thrive in school… Well what about when they get home? You’re exhausted from your day and your kids are bouncing off the walls..
It can seem difficult to find the motivation to prepare a nutritional meal for your family but when there are options that are healthy and just as easy as processed foods then you’ve GOT to choose the healthy route – There’s not excuse at that point!
Currently, my favorite healthy side for my kids’ dinners are Rollin’ Greens’ Millet Tots!! They’re delicious tater tots made from only good ingredients and millet, an ancient grain! They taste delicious, take the same amount of time and are easypeasy! (And what don’t tots go with? 😛 )
So if you’re looking for a delicious side alternative for lunches or dinners try the Rollin Greens’ tots! There are three delicious flavors so you can switch it up and see what they and you like best!
They’re available in the freezer aisle at your local Sprouts Farmers Market!
↓ They’ll be changing their packaging soon so be on the lookout for these beauts! ↓
(I was compensated for this post, all opinions are my own)
Y’all.. I’m OBSESSED with our new dehydrator! I’ve used it literally everyday! So far.. I’ve mastered jerky and fruit strips. Fruit strips seemed pretty tough at first and after a few epic failures we’ve finally mastered some adult enjoyed and child approved/LOVED fruit strips/leather! It’s SO good. This is just the recipe for fruit strips but I promise to share my jerky recipe VERY soon (My meat OBSESSED Husband very much approves of my method 😉 )
You can use any dehydrator but we really love our Magic Mill! It’s affordable, quiet and works AMAZING. Most dehydrators will come with a tray specific for fruit strips/leather. I begin by making sure my dehydrator is set at 158°F for 10 hours – I spray my fruit tray with non-stick spray (Just incase) and use whichever fruit is going to go bad! (Used blackberries in one but it was SO texture-y because of the seeds) So far, our favorite is JUST bananas! All you need to do is blend up whichever fruit you’re wanting to use and then pour the mixture into the tray (Ours have lips so they don’t spill out). The more mixture the thicker the strips, we like them either way!
It’s good to check it constantly but once they’ve been in the dehydrator for 10 hours (May need longer if you’ve used a TON of mixture!) you can remove them and let them sit out for about 5-10 minutes then you can cut them longways and make them into “fruit roll-ups” our kids have been LOVING this alternative to the sugar-y snack and they love that they’re “being healthy” for their school snacks!
It’s seriously THAT simple. And instead of spending money on unhealthy snacks or money on one tiny strip at a time you can make your own with any fruit you choose or any fruit that’s going bad to avoid ANY waste – And it makes a TON!
Try it out y’all! You’ll love having a healthy treat to turn to and your kids will love the delicious taste of their healthy lunch snacks!
Although not paleo (Because it is a legume) I cannot resist peanut butter sometimes.. Especially Purely Inspired powdered peanut butter! It’s so versatile because I can throw it in many (or almost all 😉 ) my smoothies, add to it soups, or use it in any recipe I want!
We very badly need to go grocery shopping, all we had was spicy breakfast sausage and eggs today and I was REALLY craving peanut butter. So I almost just made a protein shake but I had an idea to use the peanut butter in a different way. In a sauce to pour OVER a scramble (Which I knew my Husband loved so I could make that in a huge batch and put peanut butter on mine!).
So I grabbed the full pound of sausage, a dozen eggs and my powdered peanut butter. I cooked my sausage and eggs like normal – In separate pans then combine once each are fully cooked!
While they were cooking I began to create my sauce. I wasn’t sure how I wanted it to taste so I just began to wing it! I added 2/3 cup of the Powdered Peanut Butter, then added around 1 tablespoon of Coconut Aminos (A healthier alternative to soy sauce) then salt and pepper to taste. It was a delicious salty, nutty and thaifoodtasting sauce! After all was combined into a bowl for myself I drizzled the sauce on top and VOILA! It was DELICIOUS. Even Hudson loved it.
I got so bored of the same ol’ scramble so this is the perfect recipe for whenever I want something a little different! Cheap. Easy. Delicious. Healthy eating is doable!