The air fryer has quickly become one of my favorite kitchen applicances! Here is a list of some of my favoite gluten free air fryer recipes. They are all easy to make with some healthy options for dinner and low carb or keto thrown in. If you've been on the fence about getting an air fryer I highly recommend them!
This simple recipe for air fryer roasted maple delicata squash uses maple syrup and a dash of cinnamon. In this recipe I tell you how to air fry delcious delicata squash. It's so easy!
This delicious recipe for air fryer sweet and salty roasted cashew nuts is super easy to make. This snack is quicker to make in the air fryer and has a perfect maple and salty flavor.
This recipe for easy Air Fryer Sweet Potato Wedges makes a perfect crispy and healthy side dish. These homemade seasoned wedges are whole 30 compliant. They can be air fried quickly and are the best way to make sweet potato wedges.
These air fryer savory herb roasted nuts are healthy and easy to make! If you are looking for a low carb, paleo or whole30 snack these are the best. They are gluten free and super simple to make.
This gluten free air fryer chex mix recipe is a quick and easy way to have a savory snack in under 10 minutes. You can have a healthy, homemade fall snack with little effort. This recipe is similar to the traditional chex mix with worcestershire sauce, but I've removed anything with gluten.
This air fryer turkey boneless breast recipe is a healthy way to enjoy the best turkey dinner! The recipe is gluten free and easy to make. You can have a large boneless turkey breast on the table for dinner fast.
This air fried salt and pepper cashew recipe makes a healthy version of the nuts you would buy in the store. It's quick and easy to make a batch in the air fryer to have a homemade snack.
These gluten free and dairy free Air Fryer Fajitas are a healthy option for dinner. They are full of beef and vegetables! This is a quick and easy meal.
Choosing Your Air Fryer
When I first got my air fryer a couple of years ago the options were pretty limited, but now there are a lot of versions on the market. I highly suggest getting a five quart or larger model.
It's so nice to be able to fit a 32 ounce bag of frozen broccoli or tater tots in and cook them in one batch. I've also found the larger size gives enough room to fit a turkey breast, small roast or two steaks. Plus, the price difference isn't very much for the large sizes making them totally worth it.