Trying 4 New HEALTHY Air Fryer Recipes → Are They Even Good?


🔻Today I’m trying out four new Healthy Air Fryer Recipes to see if they are any good! EEK! Some of these foods I have NEVER in my life even tried! lol – See how these turn out and how my little helper and I rate them!

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🔻Air Fryer Roasted Sweet Potatoes
Peel and chop 1-2 pounds of sweet potatoes and cut into 1/2 inch cubes.
Toss with your choice of healthy oil and sea salt in air fryer basket
Air Fry at 360˚F/182˚C for 10-12 minutes or until as tender as you prefer

🔻Healthy Air Fryer Chicken and Veggies (find this in my recipe book at
1 pound boneless skinless chicken breast, cut into bite-size pieces
10 to 12 ounces frozen veggie mix
1 tablespoon olive or avocado oil
2 garlic cloves, minced
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
1/2 teaspoon chili powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon pepper
1 tablespoon Italian seasoning
Preheat air fryer to 400˚F/204˚C.
Add chicken and veggies to a large bowl and drizzle oil over top. Sprinkle on seasonings. Stir to coat chicken and veggies evenly.
Transfer mixture to air fryer. Cook at 400˚F/204˚C for 10-14 minutes, shaking halfway through, or until charred and cooked through.

🔻Eggplant Parmesan Bites:
Cut 1 large eggplant into 1 inch cubes and sprinkle on about 1/4 tsp sea salt. Let “sweat” while you continue…
Combine 2 cups panko crumbs or almond flour, 1/2 cup parmesan cheese (grated or fresh), 1 tablespoon italian seasoning, 2 teaspoons garlic powder, 1 teaspoon sea salt, and optional pinch of red pepper flakes. Pour onto plate or shallow dish.
Make an egg wash with 2 eggs
Dip eggplant cubes into egg wash and into breading mixture. Place in lightly sprayed air fryer basket. Lightly spray with avocado oil and air fry 380˚F/193˚C for 12 minutes, shaking half way. Enjoy dipping into your favorite marinara sauce.

🔻Air Fryer Tofu:
3 (12.3 oz) hard tofu packages
1/2 cup flour
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/8 teaspoon pepper
2 eggs
For dipping: soy sauce, coconut aminos, fish sauce or XO sauce.
Carefully remove the tofu from the packaging and cut each evenly into 12 cubes.
Mix together the flour, salt and pepper then dip each cube in the mixture. Be sure to cover each side. Brush, drizzle or dip the beaten eggs over each cube.
Place the tofu in the air fryer basket, evenly spacing them apart. You may need to make multiple batches. Air Fry at 350˚F/176˚C for 12 minutes. Serve with your choice of dipping sauce.

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0:00 Healthy Air Fryer Recipes
0:37 Air Fryer Roasted Sweet Potatoes
2:54 Air Fryer Chicken and Veggies
5:35 Air Fryer Eggplant Parmesan Bites
9:44 Air Fryer Tofu

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  1. The tofu recipe seems to have come from someone who knows very little about cooking tofu. With tofu, it's all about how it is seasoned and or sauced. It should have been put back in the flour after the egg to get a crispier crust. Also potato starch would have been better than flour. With the recipe you found, you might as well have just eaten straight out of the package. It's no wonder that you didn't like it. It was an enjoyable video over all though.

  2. I love these ideas! I never tried eggplant in the air fryer.I cook sweet patatos very often in there but I leave the peel on. First it's easer and faster hehe but it has a lot of benefits. The eggplant shrank because it's mostly liquid and when you cook it, it dries a bit.

  3. Tofu has an invisible taste: it just takes on surrounding flavors. Try it again, but next time, use extra-firm tofu… freeze it first BEFORE you unpack it. Thaw it, squeeze all the water out, and cook it the exact same way you did the eggplant, including the dipping sauce.

  4. I'm new to tofu also but I find pressing the block in towels or paper towels with a heavy object first for like 15 to 30 minutes is best. You want it super dry so it's not mushy when cooked. Also smaller bites. Marinade helps also. If done right tofu takes on the texture of meat and the neutral taste takes on the seasoning. I hate mushy tofu the texture is the problem

  5. What a fun video! Thanks for bringing us along for this recipe adventure. I think that I will try the first three. I agree that the tofu attempt looked not very appetizing. I think tofu is more of a texture change-up thing. It doesn't generally have much flavour on its own, so I think it needs to be accompanied by really flavourful sauces and ingredients to be more palatable. Dunno, just my own thoughts. Anyhow, thanks so much for another fun, inspirational video.