Welcome to my Philips Airfryer Recipes: 10 Airfryer Recipes Your Kids Should Learn To Cook First.
Here we will be sharing with you the 10 Airfryer recipes we love cooking the most with our kids out of the 200+ Airfryer recipes that we have cooked regularly.
Featuring lots of favourite recipes your kids will love.
It was just over a year ago when we published our KFC in the Airfryer posts (the ones featured here). I remember it like it was just yesterday as it was just so much fun.
Jorge wasn’t born at this point and I was 6 months pregnant at the time. We had Kyle in the kitchen with us (he is 16 tomorrow) and our daughter Sofia who will be 3 in November.
Our kitchen was like this crazy production line. Mincing chicken for the burgers and the popcorn chicken.
In another corner we were battering our chicken drumsticks ready for authentic KFC chicken pieces and it was crazy.
But it was great fun times and a great chance for us all to bond over food. Plus it is so much more fun to make it at home together, rather than to go out to the local KFC and buy it.
Actually, the last time we went to the local KFC takeaway it was Christmas time. We had just been bargain hunting for some reduced price turkeys and were just getting some supper to take home with us.
I think to feed us all cost about 30€ and I said never again. I felt so guilty that a KFC cost more than our whole turkey that we had just bought. I mean how is that possible?
But seriously when you can make your own in your Airfryer and have so much fun with your kids, why would you want to?
Airfryer Cooking With The Kids
Our son Kyle turns 16 years old tomorrow. When he was born I was a scared 19 year old.
Scared because I had never been around kids and didn’t know what to do, scared because me and Dominic lived below the poverty line and even more scared that I wouldn’t be the mum he deserved.
16 years has passed in the blink on an eye. It only feels like yesterday since he was saying his first words, eating his first Jammie Dodger or having his first day at school.
And most of all you never realise until you have kids just how special they are or what a deep love you will share with them.
16 years later and he is a handsome 16 year old to be, is intelligent, sensitive lad with the world at his feet and unlike many 16 year olds he can cook and loves to eat his vegetables.
So Happy Birthday Kyle and we love you more than words can ever describe X
With the theme of Kyles 16th tomorrow we decided that we would run through the 10 best Airfryer recipes that have helped him learn to cook.
You see growing up with a mum and dad that love to cook, means that he does plenty of it himself.
Life is often about food and we all get excited over the next thing we are going to make together as a family.
Sadly, way too many teenagers don’t know how to cook or don’t want to know. But they should as it is such a gift to have with you through life.
So we love you so, so much Kyle and these 10 recipes are dedicated to you. Some of them are your favourite recipes, others are ones that are a necessity in life to know how to cook.
10 Airfryer Recipes Your Kids Should Learn To Cook First
Why this Philips Airfryer Recipe is PERFECT for kids: This is a new addition on our blog of July this year but it’s a great one.
We should all learn how to bread chicken and then just throw it in the Airfryer for a quick supper.
Why this Philips Airfryer Recipe is PERFECT for kids: Kids all need a really good vegetable fries recipe that they can make easily.
This one is oil free and incredibly healthy for when they want a snack when they come home from school.
Why this Philips Airfryer Recipe is PERFECT for kids: When your kids leave home, they need that signature meal that they can put together.
Something just for themselves that is frugal but also one that they can cook for their partner.
Why this Philips Airfryer Recipe is PERFECT for kids: We all need this recipe under our belt. A way to quickly cook a chicken and then be able to serve it.
Perfect for serving with a salad or with vegetables and can be a mid week meal or something good for a Sunday dinner.
Why this Philips Airfryer Recipe is PERFECT for kids: These are just 3 ingredients making them very easy for kids to make without feeling like they are overwhelmed with ingredients.
They are also low in calories too.
Why this Philips Airfryer Recipe is PERFECT for kids: These are the fries of your kids dreams.
Loaded with cheese and bacon and really easy for you to teach them to make. They could also make the meal bigger with the addition of beans or chickpeas.
Why this Philips Airfryer Recipe is PERFECT for kids: A New York Cheesecake is one of the easiest ever desserts to make.
Kids will love getting involved with such a great dessert and then they can add favourite flavours to the mix.
Why this Philips Airfryer Recipe is PERFECT for kids: Kids love cookies and they don’t get any better than a quick batch of soft smartie cookies.
They can make these with you or on their own.
Why this Philips Airfryer Recipe is PERFECT for kids: Kids sometimes want a quick pudding and this one is perfect.
It is one of those quick desserts that you can teach them how to cook in a couple of minutes and then they can make on their own.
Why this Philips Airfryer Recipe is PERFECT for kids: Every kid needs to learn how to make their own burgers and these are delicious.
So simple to make and your kids will love them. But beware the grown up kids will love them too!
Thanks for reading all about our favourite Philips Airfryer recipes. We hope that you find them useful and that you have great fun learning to cook them with your kids. We love nothing more than cooking our supper in the Airfryer with our three kids in the kitchen. It is great fun and you can make some delicious healthy meals and snacks and don’t forget about the desserts too.
In terms of getting yourself a good quality Airfryer (in case you don’t have one yet) we personally recommend The Philips Airfryer XL that we have loved and trusted in our own kitchen and has been used to make all our Airfryer recipes that feature on this blog.