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10 Air Fryer-Friendly Meals From HelloFresh

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With fresh ingredients and easy-to-follow recipes, HelloFresh makes cooking more effortless than ever with an air fryer.

As a professional dietician, I'm genuinely impressed by meal delivery services overall. And after I learned about air fryer meals, I saved even more time on cooking while maintaining a balanced diet.

Air fryers use rapid air circulation technology to cook food, mimicking the results of deep frying with significantly less oil.

HelloFresh offers a variety of tasty recipes you can adapt to cook with your air fryer. The recipe book on the website also includes easy-to-follow instructions, including air frying settings like temperature and cooking time.

Here are ten delicious air fryer meals from HelloFresh you should try in 2024.

1. Crispy Chicken and Bacon Alfredo

This unique dish combines the richness of alfredo sauce, the crunch of crispy chicken, and the savory flavor of bacon. It's a high-protein chicken meal that's easy to make and ideal for having a restaurant-quality dining experience at home.

And with an air fryer, you can get that crispy texture without using oil, which means fewer calories. This process is perfect if you want to lose weight.

2. Mozzarella-Crusted Chicken With Potato Wedges and Tomatoes

I like that HelloFresh lists each of its meals' nutritional information in the recipes, which is very useful if you count calories.

Even with a mozzarella crust, the dish is surprisingly light on fat at only 545 calories—and you can reduce them further with an air fryer. Paired with sweet Roma tomatoes, you also get essential nutrients like potassium and vitamin C.

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3. Shawarma Meatballs and Sumac Veggies

This Middle Eastern-inspired dish includes a hearty serving of bulgur, a whole grain rich in fiber. The shawarma-spiced meatballs will also contain less fat if you air fry them without oil.

It's also almost entirely carb-free, making it a healthy prediabetic food choice.

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4. Hawaiian Pizza With Spiced Honey

With rolled dough, this Hawaiian pizza is ideal for an air fryer with a combination of prosciutto, pineapple, and spiced honey.

It's a delicious way to enjoy pizza while reaping the health advantages of a well-rounded, flavorful dish. The spiced honey, with its touch of sweetness and spice, adds a unique twist to it.

5. Pan-Roasted Chicken With Israeli Couscous and Salad

The blend of Dijon mustard, garlic, and lemon in this meal's sauce adds an exciting flavor profile and health benefits. Garlic, in particular, is known for its potential immune-boosting properties.

Pairing this sauce with tender, air-fried chicken means you get a lean protein source cooked with minimal fat.

6. Rosemary-Walnut Crusted Chicken With Potatoes and Salad

This dish combines the heartiness of roasted potatoes with the freshness of a mixed green salad. The chicken breast is coated in a mixture of Dijon mustard, crushed walnuts, and aromatic rosemary.

Beyond the taste, this dish offers several health benefits. The walnuts are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which are known to potentially support heart health and reduce inflammation.

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7. Crispy Parmesan Chicken With Green Beans and Couscous

These air-fried chicken breasts feature a golden breadcrumb coating made with paprika and parmesan cheese, achieving a nice, crunchy texture. The couscous, tossed in garlic herb butter, also provides an extra burst of flavor.

The protein from the chicken, vitamins from the green beans, and complex carbohydrates from the couscous make this a perfect option if you want a healthy and hearty meal.

8. Cheesy Chicken Casserole

This one-pan dish brings together the timeless combination of broccoli and cheddar cheese with tender chicken and creamy rice. Adding chicken provides lean protein, aiding muscle health and repair, while the creamy rice and cheesy goodness add a comforting touch.

With the delightful blend of flavors and nutritional benefits, this casserole can be ideal for the whole family.

9. Crispy Chicken With Roast Broccoli and Mashed Potatoes

The chicken, coated with cheddar and air-fried to achieve that perfect golden crisp, provides a good source of lean protein. The potatoes also offer valuable nutrients and dietary fiber.

The balanced combination of protein and essential vitamins makes this a delicious and wholesome option for those looking to enjoy a healthy dinner.

10. Cheddar-Stuffed Meatloaves With Potato Wedges

This meatloaf recipe, filled with melted cheddar cheese, is a flavorful way to get a good dose of protein. The sautéed carrots and green beans also add vitamins and minerals to the meal.

You can use an air fryer to cook both the potato wedges and meatloaves. So, not only do you get the savory taste of cheddar-stuffed meatloaves, but you also enjoy the benefits of a nutrient-rich meal.

Simplify Cooking With Air Fryer Meals and HelloFresh

HelloFresh meal kits are a delightful way to explore the possibilities of air frying, cutting down the time spent on meal preparation and enjoying delicious and healthy home-cooked food.

With HelloFresh's prepped and portioned ingredients, clear instructions, and specific air frying settings, you can easily create restaurant-quality meals with minimal effort.

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Anju Mobin is a certified nutritionist, Diet and Fitness Consultant at numerous medical clinics, founder and editor of fitnesshacks.org, and a writer for Top10.com. Anju strives to simplify complex information about nutrition, health, and fitness for the general public.

*The information on this site is based on research, but should not be treated as medical advice. Before beginning any new diet plan, we recommend consulting with a physician or other professional healthcare provider. Results may vary based on various health factors, individual weight loss plans and adherence to the meal plan.