You don't have to give up fried foods just because you're vegan!
Wondering what your air fryer can do? How about quickly making foods that use less oil than deep frying and thus have less fat than their traditional deep-fried counterparts?
With this book, you can go even further by making foods that contain only vegan ingredients. Plus, every recipe has nutritional data to show you how low in calories and fat each meal is. You can make pizza, tacos, and, yes, even cake—all without compromising your eating habits and without needing to submerge your food in unhealthy oil.
Not only can this appliance fry foods, but it can also bake, roast, and grill. So if you were hesitant to use your air fryer before, now you can put it to good use by making all your vegan favorites quickly, easily, and healthfully.
Healthy Vegan Air Fryer Cookbook includes these features: •100 vegan recipes with low calories, low fat, and all-natural ingredients •Healthier recipes for breakfast, dinner, sides, snacks, and even desserts •Detailed nutritional data for every recipe, including calories, fat, carbs, fiber, and sodium • Expert dietary information from Dana Angelo White, nutritionist for the Food Network, on being vegan
About the Author
Dana Angelo White (MS, RD, ATC) is a registered dietitian, certified athletic trainer, and nutrition and fitness consultant. She’s the nutrition expert for Food Network.com and the founding contributor for Food Network’s Healthy Eats blog.
Dana has written seven books: Healthy Air Fryer Cookbook, Healthy Instant Pot Cookbook, Healthy, Quick & East Smoothies, Healthy One Pan Dinners, Healthy Vegan Air Fryer Cookbook, Healthy, Quick & Easy Juices, and First Bites: Superfoods for Babies and Toddlers. Her recipes, quotes, and articles have also been featured on Food Network.com, Verywell.com, Greatist.com, HealthyDay, WebMD, and Cooking Light.com as well as in Today’s Dietitian, Shape, Seventeen, Prevention, Muscle & Fitness, Men’s Fitness, and Maxim magazines.
Dana is the sports dietitian and assistant clinical faculty in the Department of Athletic Training and Sports Medicine at Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Connecticut. She resides in Fairfield, Connecticut, with her husband, three children, and Boston Terrier, Violet Pickles.