If you’re serious about leading a healthier lifestyle, these Weight Watchers Air Fryer recipes are a goldmine.
After all, the Air Fryer makes the most crispy food around with not a drop of oil in sight!
It’s by far the easiest way to slash hundreds of unnecessary calories off your meals.
Who said getting in shape had to involve boring salads, anyway? We’ve got everything from grilled cheese to fajitas right here.
Thanks to these fantastic Weight Watchers Air Fryer recipes, eating healthy has never been easier.
25 Easy and Healthy Air Fryer Recipes
Skip the bag of greasy potato chips and satisfy your craving with apple chips instead.
With the Air Fryer, they’ll be just as crispy but a thousand times more nutritious.
All you’ll need is to slice the apples thinly with a mandoline and sprinkle them with cinnamon. The Air Fryer will take care of the rest.
These chips are on the sweet side, so sweet tooths, this one’s for you. That said, you can sprinkle over a little bit of salt to help balance the flavors.
Skip the long lines at McDonald’s and Chick-Fil-A and make these irresistible Air Fryer potato wedges instead. Besides having fewer calories, they’re also more delectable.
These wedges are crispy on the outside, fluffy on the inside, and sensational in every bite.
Each fry is coated with olive oil, rosemary, thyme, salt, and pepper, so expect nothing but wonderful flavors.
Surprised to see kabobs on this list? I’m telling you, with the Air Fryer, there’s nothing you can’t do!
Shrimp alone is already full of flavor. But mix it with lime juice, minced garlic, and a bit of salt and pepper, and you’ll brighten it up even more.
Thread them on skewers and pop them in the Air Fryer for the easiest Weight Watchers shrimp recipe around.
Better still, they’ll be ready in just 8 minutes.
The Air Fryer is so good; it makes chicken tenders perfectly crisp without a vat of hot oil.
That said, you can’t just throw heavily breaded chicken into the basket. If the coating is too thick, it likely won’t cook properly, and it will stick to the bottom.
So, be sure the coating is light and that you use a layer of parchment under the chicken. That way, it will be tender on the inside and crunchy on the outside.
Grilled cheese is meant to be grilled, right? It’s in the name!
But one bite of this Air Fryer grilled cheese, and you’ll never grill it again.
In fact, I think the Air Fryer yields much more consistent results than the grill or skillet.
Here, you won’t get burnt or soggy areas, just a toasty sandwich filled with ooey-gooey melted cheese.
Never overcook or undercook salmon again. When it comes to cooking fish fillets, this Air Fryer salmon recipe is your new best friend.
Whether it’s fresh or straight from the freezer, you don’t have to worry – it’ll turn out amazing no matter what.
This recipe also gives directions for a yogurt dill sauce because nothing goes better with salmon than a creamy dip.
This doesn’t sound like a Weight Watchers dish at all, and it sure as hell doesn’t taste like one, either!
Surprise your taste buds with the delight that is this buffalo chicken sandwich.
From the hot and tart buffalo chicken and creamy mayo dressing to the crunchy lettuce and toasted buns, this sandwich is the stuff of legends.
Even if you’re not counting SmartPoints, I still suggest you give this sandwich a try.
Professional chefs may frown upon the idea of cooking steak in the Air Fryer. But if you love steak and are watching your fat intake, this recipe is a game-changer.
I was pleasantly surprised by how this recipe turned out. Honestly, I was expecting the steak to be dry and tough, but it was the complete opposite — very tender and moist.
Why buy rotisserie chicken when you can whip one up in the Air Fryer? Yes, you can cook an entire chicken in this versatile kitchen appliance.
And mind you, this recipe doesn’t just create a mediocre chicken dish, but one that is juicy and tender with extra crispy skin.
Trust me; this Weight Watchers chicken will be perfectly cooked 100% of the time.
I’m not always a fan of chicken breast because it tends to dry out. But when it’s all I have left in the freezer, I know exactly what to do: dredge it in breading and pop it into the Air Fryer.
I love this technique because it turns the often overlooked meat into a highly addictive treat! I can eat fried breaded chicken breast all day.
If you’re hosting a small Thanksgiving celebration, there’s no need to cook a whole bird. Instead, just Air Fry some turkey breast, serve it with a spread of side dishes, and call it a day.
This recipe comes together in just 30 minutes, which gives you lots of time to mingle with friends and family.
Delicious, nutritious, easy to make, and done in no time: that’s what I call an ideal holiday dish!
Make a fun and colorful rice bowl with crispy Air-Fried tilapia!
Tilapia fillets are marinated with an aromatic blend of soy sauce, honey, lemon juice, and spices and seasonings, giving it a wonderfully complex flavor profile.
The fish may be the main attraction here, but there is a wide array of whole grains and vegetables you can add to your bowl.
From leafy greens and crunchy veggies to hearty brown rice and quinoa, the sky’s the limit.
Would you believe me if I said you could make a batch of crispy, fluffy apple fritters right in the Air Fryer? It’s true!
And there’s no hot oil required for this Weight Watchers dessert.
Don’t worry; this recipe won’t ask you to make yeasted dough from scratch. It uses the simplified flour and baking powder method instead.
Whitefish + lemon + salt and pepper = seafood heaven. Add the Air Fryer to the equation, and this phenomenal dish is suddenly much easier to make.
You won’t miss the heavy breading one bit with this cod recipe. Instead, it’s simple, clean, and perfect with everything from cauliflower rice to sweet potato fries.
When you hear fajitas, I bet “healthy” isn’t exactly the first word that comes to mind.
But as we’ve seen, even the most calorific meal can become Weight Watchers-approved when you have an Air Fryer.
Just season those chicken strips with fajita seasoning and Air Fry them alongside onions and bell peppers. Then, in just 20 minutes, your healthy lunch or dinner is ready to serve.
While I agree that classic fries are one of the most addictive side dishes on the planet, sometimes, I crave sweet potato fries.
It’s that sweet and salty blend that keeps me coming back for more, especially when they’re crispy and hot.
With only three ingredients and eight minutes of cooking, this healthy snack is a winner and the perfect side dish to many of the recipes on this list!
Show me a recipe with the word “glazed” in it, and I’m pretty sure I’ll try it.
I’m happy to report that these carrot fries are pretty delightful.
I love the combination of maple syrup and cinnamon coating the carrot sticks – they make the sweetness of the veggie really pop.
I’m crazy about the textural contrast, as well. Crunchy on the outside, slightly tender on the inside – that’s the perfect bite, right there.
Looking for something light and crunchy to complement your protein-heavy meal? This Air Fryer asparagus goes wonderfully well with grilled fish, roasted chicken, and steak.
It may be a humble dish, but you’ll be surprised at how much it can transform a meal.
There’s a simple way to turn these little trees into a lovely side dish even the kids will love: this recipe.
Thanks to the salt, garlic powder, and pepper, this broccoli is crunchy and loaded with incredible flavor.
Here’s another crunchy veggie to add to your meal!
Besides the texture and the nutritional value, these beans are also loaded with flavor, as it is bathed in a delectable, sweet-n-spicy chili garlic sauce. Yum!
I didn’t think it was possible, either. But it turns out you can boil eggs without water.
Just place raw eggs in the Air Fryer basket and in just 16 minutes, you’ll have perfectly hard-boiled eggs.
It’s jaw-dropping, indeed.
From simple hard-boiled eggs, let’s proceed to these adorable egg cups.
These muffin-sized treats combine cherry tomatoes, bell peppers, meat, garlic, basil, and milk, all bound by creamy scrambled eggs.
They’re a hearty-healthy breakfast you can quickly grab and eat on the go.
Those who claim turkey meatballs are bland have yet to try this recipe.
Made with ground turkey, eggs, zucchini, Pecorino Romano, breadcrumbs, and aromatics, they’re tasty, tender, and perfect with a big bowl of spaghetti squash.
Or, you could also glaze them with a bit of BBQ sauce and serve as a Weight Watchers appetizer.
Stuffed peppers have a special place in my heart. And while I prefer filling them with hearty elements like white rice and ground beef, I won’t say no to this healthy alternative.
Stuffed with cauliflower rice, ground turkey, zucchini, mushrooms, and crushed tomatoes, this dish will never be called bland or boring.
If it’s simple you’re after; you have to try this easy Air Fryer recipe for tandoori chicken.
From the juicy chicken to the creamy marinade/sauce, this dish may not be authentic, but it definitely hits all the right notes.
Serve this up with roasted or Air-Fried vegetables for a light yet filling meal.
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