Now that you have finally splurged on that air fryer, it’s time to take it on a test run. Instead of winging it and flirting with disaster, why not invest in a good cookbook?

Here is a short list of top rated air fryer cookbooks that are packed with information for the air fryer newbie and seasoned chef alike.

Air Fryer Cookbook For Beginners
by Alice Newman

The focus of this air fryer cookbook is on healthy eating. Air fry cooking beginners and experienced users alike will learn tactics for living healthier lives.

Recipes include:

  • Keto friendly “mock” KFC chicken
  • Panko break tilapia
  • Cinnamon rolls
  • Korean chicken wings
  • Chicken fajita rolllups
  • Country fried steak
  • Beef empanadas

The Complete Air Fryer Cookbook
by Linda Larsen

If you’ve wanted to push the limits of air fryer cookery, then this is the cookbook for you. Linda Larsen wasn’t kidding when she included the word “complete” in the title of this cookbook. If you’re ready to venture beyond the land of french fries, then hold on to your apron.

This cookbook has chapters on breakfast, lunch, appetizer, seafood, poultry, meat, vegetables, sides and dessert air fryer recipes. Included is a “Dirty Dozen & Clean Fifteen” appendix compiled by the Environmental Working Group (EWG)that lists fruits and vegetables you should always buy organic. You will also get conversion tables for liquids, oven temperatures, dry volume, and weight.

The Skinnytaste Air Fryer Cookbook
by Gina Homolka

Gina Homolka’s cookbook is a Swiss army knife of air fryer cooking. It covers the basics of air fryer cookery, exploring such topics as choosing your air fryer, tips for success, recipe conversion, and what accessories to buy.

Recipe categories include meat and seafood, vegetables, breakfast, and desserts. Gina includes recipe key icons that indicate quick meals (30 minutes or less), vegetarian, gluten-free, dairy free, kept-friendly and freezer-friendly.

Air Fryer Cookbook: 600 Effortless Air Fryer Recipes for Beginners and Advanced Users
by Jenson William

Jenson William’s air fryer cookbook has something for everyone. Whether you’ve just purchased your air fryer, or you consider yourself an air fryer pro, this cookbook is worth the investment. The recipes cover a wide range of options – from breakfast to appetizers.

If you’re searching for low calorie dishes that are kind to your waistline, then this may not be the recipe collection for you. However, there are plenty of low fat recipes that will satisfy the cravings of carnivores and vegetarians alike.

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