Get ready for game day parties with these 25 Game Day Air Fryer Recipes!
It’s time for football and all those game day parties are here, which means my air fryer is on overdrive making lots of tasty snacks without all the extra oil. These game day air fryer recipes will help get you started!
Of course, an air fryer is perfect for warming up frozen foods such as wings or fries, but it’s also PERFECT for making your own homemade game day snacks too.
It’s easy to use the Air Fryer for Mozzarella Sticks, Stuffed Mushrooms, Wings, Fried Pickles, Onion Rings…and more. Do you have a favorite, must-have game day snack?
I’d say ours is usually wings…of course!
Can you use foil in the air fryer?
Yes! It’s actually a great way to keep the air fryer basket clean. If you do use foil, be sure that the air is still able to circulate.
This means you can leave some room on the sides of the air fryer basket so the air still gets well circulated.
I actually just learned about this great option to that is on Amazon for Air Fryer Liners, this is cut out parchment paper, so it’s already cut for your machine. It actually fits perfect in the Ninja Foodi too.
What is the best food to cook in the air fryer?
- Chicken Wings
- Mozzarella Sticks
- Stuffed Mushrooms
- Onion Rings
- Fried Pickles
- Chicken Tenders
- Jalapeno Poppers
- Garlic Bread Pizzas
- …and more!
Football party foods are PERFECT for the air fryer since it’s typically all about the snacks, plus this way it’s a bit better for you too without the oil.
Can you make these in the Ninja Foodi?
Do you need to use oil in the air fryer?
Typically, no oil is required and definitely no large amounts of oil. It is a good idea to keep an oil like olive oil cooking spray on hand to give a nice little spray of oil to the foods to keep them golden brown and crispy.
We always keep this on hand to spray the food in the air fryer, it does not take much.
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Now as we head into game day, what air fryer snacks will you be serving? I’d love to hear them!