New Book Offers Easy Air-Fried Favorites Made Healthy for the Whole Family
by Kathy Moore and Roxanne Wyss
Available October 29, 2019!
The great Maya Angelou once said: “The best comfort foods will always be greens, cornbread, and fried chicken.” And she wasn’t wrong! But, while comforting, fried foods have never been healthy foods…until now.
The Easy air fryer cookbook: Healthy Everyday Recipes for People With Diabetes [American Diabetes Association | October 2019 | $14.95 US/$19.99 CAN] by Kathy Moore & Roxanne Wyss celebrates one of the most celebrated kitchen inventions in recent memory: the air fryer! Packed with 80 delicious recipes for the handy countertop appliance, the book helps readers make fried favorites healthy. Best of all, every recipe has been customized to meet the nutritional guidelines established by the American Diabetes Association making them all diabetes-friendly!
- Sunday Morning French Toast
- Diner-Style Pork Chops
- Crisp Parmesan Broccoli Florets
- Pecan Baked Apples
- Southwestern Egg Rolls
- Nashville Hot Chicken
The air fryer has revolutionized home-cooked fried foods. By using up to 75% less fat than traditional frying methods, they’ve made foods once strictly off-limits to use accessible and enjoyable for the whole family. And with The Easy air fryer cookbook arriving on bookshelves just in time for the holidays, it’s going to be a very happy, healthy, and mouthwateringly good season for all!
About the Authors
Kathy Moore and Roxanne Wyss, also known as The Electrified Cooks, are food writers and consultants, cookbook authors, bloggers (wwwpluggedintocooking.com), and culinary educators who love to share their passion for cooking. As close friends and colleagues, they use their culinary experience and expertise to help others prepare delicious, easy family meals.
About the American Diabetes Association
The American Diabetes Association® and its mission are CONNECTED FOR LIFE®. The Association funds research to prevent, cure, and manage diabetes; delivers services to hundreds of communities; provides objective and credible information; and gives voice to those denied their rights because of diabetes. Founded in 1940, its mission is to prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes. For more information please call the American Diabetes Association at 1-800-DIABETES (1-800-342-2383) or visit www.diabetes.org. Information from both of these sources is available in English and Spanish.