Healthy Eating
Generally speaking, we've never really met a popsicle we didn’t like. But yogurt varieties are extra special because they make the popsicle a viable snack option from morning to night.
Learn how an air fryer works to begin. Then dive right in as Bruce shares two recipes for quick and easy snacks: chipotle glazed coated pecans and fiery bacon-wrapped dates.
When you think of fried foods, you inevitably think of chicken. Bruce takes on air-fried chicken two ways: first a classic buttermilk recipe followed by crunchy chicken wings with BBQ sauce or homemade buffalo sauce.
Get an intro to crumb coatings as you learn the three-step dredging process: flour, egg and outer coating. After that, Bruce takes you through his recipes for pork tonkatsu, and "fish in chips" (with a crunchy chip-coated outer layer!).
Find out how to infuse maximum flavor into your foods using marinades and spice rubs. Then follow along as Bruce makes air-fried chicken fajitas, and lamb chops with roasted potatoes and easy garlic bread.
Yes, you can make desserts in the air fryer! Satisfy your sweet tooth with Bruce’s easy recipes for peach hand pies and state fair fried candy bars (because we all need to indulge a little).
New to air frying? Join award-winning cookbook author Bruce Weinstein as he walks you through everything you need to know. Learn a variety of easy recipes for fried chicken, lamb chops, snacks and even desserts! With Bruce's expert guidance, you can make healthy and delicious air-fried meals, no matter your culinary skill level.
Bruce Weinstein
Bruce Weinstein
You know that horrifying feeling when you're halfway through a recipe that calls for milk and realize, uhh, there's no milk in the fridge? Yeah, we've all been there. But there are dairy and non-dairy alternatives that will do the trick without anyone knowing the difference. Be sure to keep some on hand at all times — you never know when you might need 'em.
Jessie Oleson Moore
From leavening and binding to adding shine to finished pastries, eggs play a lot of important roles in baking. But if you can't use 'em — whether it be due to allergies, dietary choices or your egg carton is empty — there are plenty of alternatives at the ready.
Jessie Oleson Moore
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It's always a good time to bake a batch of donuts, but come spring you want them to have pretty pastel vibes. Enter this gluten-free version, which gets that pink color from beets (without any beet flavor). Serve 'em for Mother's Day, Easter or even Valentine's Day and your dessert will be totally on hue.
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