Air Fryer Sausage & Cheese Egg Muffins

Hi everyone! I’m so sorry for the delays with recipes. Life has been BUSY! The new job is keeping me busy. I have recipes to share, but just trying to take some time to disconnect after the work week and enjoy life. I’ll get to post them soon!

Anyways, We all know by now there isn’t much I won’t try in my air fryer. I have been trying some egg recipes. I really am not a fan of eggs or breakfast, so I try and keep it really easy for myself and prep some healthy breakfasts! I must admit, these egg muffins are delicious. You can use any flavor combinations you like! Sausage, bacon, ham, all different cheeses, or veggies!

Give these a try and let me know how you enjoyed them!!

Cheers!

Air Fryer Sausage & Cheese Egg Muffins

Ingredients:
11 eggs
1lb ground breakfast sausage, cooked & crumbled
1 cups shredded cheddar cheese
2 t salt
2 t pepper
2 T milk/water

Tools: (See Amazon Link below)
Silicone muffin cups
4 cup measuring cup

https://www.amazon.com/shop/garlic_and_oliveoil_veins

Directions: In a large measuring cup (4 cups) crack in the eggs. Completely whisk the eggs. Then whisk in the water or milk well. Season eggs with salt and pepper and set aside. Preheat the air fryer. (My oven AF preheats at 400° for 4 minutes) Add silicone muffin cups to the air fryer rack. Add cheese to bottom of the muffin cups and top with some cooked breakfast sausage evenly over the cups. Gently pour in the egg mixture into each muffin cup.

Place in the air fryer 300° for 12-13 minutes. I place mine on the middle rack for first 6 minutes and move to top rack for the rest of the time. Place a tooth pick or knife in the middle to make sure the egg is completely cooked. Let cool slightly and enjoy.

Note: These little bits of goodness are fantastic for meal prepping. I’ve never actually enjoyed them fresh except when I took a bite to try it. Usually I make on Sunday and heat up quickly in the microwave during the week. They come out delicious!

Egg Roll Bowl

This dish seems to be all the rage right now. It’s a healthier low carb option to an egg roll! You can really mix this up with any ingredients you like. It’s a great dish for a weeknight because it can be put together very quick! I’ve been asked to make it and post my recipe, so here it is. I personally don’t think it’s fantastic, but it’s a good healthier meal for a weeknight! Give it a try and you be the judge!

Egg Roll Bowl

Ingredients:
1 lb ground turkey/pork/chicken
16 oz bag- tri color coleslaw
1T olive oil
2 garlic cloves, minced
1 small onion, diced
1 red pepper, diced
2 T light soy sauce
2 T Hoisin sauce
1 t salt
1 t pepper
1 t chili powder
1/2 cup water chestnuts, optional

Optional Toppings:
green onions
sriracha
avocado
sesame seeds

Directions: Heat a medium sauté pan on medium high heat. Add in the ground meat and brown the meat until fully cooked, breaking up into small pieces. Once the meat is cooked, take out and set aside. Add in the olive oil to the pan and let heat 2 minutes. Next add in the garlic, onion, and red pepper and let cook about 3-4 minutes, until slightly tender. Then add in the coleslaw and mix well. Cook until the coleslaw starts to soften. (Note: watch that it doesn’t get to soft or it will become mushy.) Cook about 7-8 minutes, mixing often. Reduce or add time depending on how fast the coleslaw is cooking. Return the meat to the pan. Lower the heat to low and add in the soy sauce and hoisin sauce, mix well. Season the mixture with salt, pepper and chili powder. If using the water chestnuts add those in and mix. Cook on low for 5 minutes until everything is heated through. To serve, add to a bowl top with green onions, siracha and avocado or any toppings of your choice and enjoy!

London Broil Quesadilla

I love a recipe I can get 2 meals out of! I’m not a huge left over fan, unless it taste delicious. Well that’s where this recipe came in. I’m going to give you my Air Fryer London Broil recipe as well as how I made the quesadilla in the air fryer as well. Perfectly Quick meal for a busy week night! Better than take out!

London Broil Quesadilla

London Broil Ingredients:
1 London broil, 2 lbs
1 T olive oil
1 t garlic powder
1 t onion powder
1 t steak seasoning
1/2 t salt
1/2 t pepper

London Broil Directions: Preheat air fryer at 400°. Rub the London broil with the oil and season with above seasonings on both sides. Add the London broil to the Air Fryer rack or basket. (Note: I have an air fryer oven with a rack.) Cook the mean at 400° for 13-15 minutes flipping half way. Check the temp with an instant read thermometer. 135° for medium rare and 145° for medium to well. Let the mean rest at least 5-7 minutes before slicing.

Quesadilla Ingredients:
2 medium- large flour tortillas
8-12oz shredded cheese (I used a reduced fat Colby Jack)
olive oil spray

Optional Additions:
onion, diced or sliced
fresh jalapeños
beans, black or refried
bell peppers
chopped cilantro
olives

Serving ingredients:
sour cream
hot sauce
salsa
guacamole

Quesadilla Directions: Thinly slice freshly cooked London broil or left over London broil. Assemble the quesadilla by placing cheese on half the tortilla. Top with the sliced meat and whatever else you are using. Top with more cheese. Fold over the tortilla. Complete with 2nd tortilla. Spray with cooking spray. Place in the air fryer at 400° for 8 minutes, flipping half way. You will need to place something on top of the quesadillas when you first start cooking the quesadilla. The tortilla may fly open before the cheese is melted. Once you flip it over it won’t be needed. I use an oven safe aluminum pan. Cook till your desired crispiness. Remove and serve with your favorite toppings!



Lobster Linguine with Crostini

I know I’ve been MIA lately on posting new recipes. I’ve still been working on new recipes just need to get them written out. 2021 has started out great for a few reason but I got a promotion at work early February and I’ve been so busy. I love the new job, I’m really enjoying it a lot. I’m hoping this is just the start of great things to come in 2021, especially after the last year!

Enough about that. Cooking is still my passion. I have so many great recipes to share. Stay tuned for me.

Let’s start out with this one that I’m really excited about. Lobster Linguine! Buttery, rich, and perfect for your next date night!

Lobster Linguine

Ingredients:
4 lobster tails, meat removed (cut into bite size pieces) (reserve shells, no small pieces)
6 T salted butter
1 cup white wine
4 garlic cloves, minced
1/2 small onion, diced
2 T extra virgin olive oil (good quality)
1 T parsley, finely chopped
1/2 t xantham gum
6 oz linguine, cooked a dente
1/4 cup parmesan cheese, freshly grated
salt, to taste
pepper, to taste

Directions: Heat a medium sauté pan on high heat with olive oil. Add in reserved lobster shells. No small pieces. Cook until the shells turn red.

Remove shells and discard. Add in onion and garlic and cook 3 minutes. Next add in the butter and let it melt then add in the wine.


Reduce the heat to low and add in the lobster meat. Let the lobster cook through till white and red in color. Around 4-6 minutes stirring often.

Add in the parsley and xantham gum and mix well. Season with salt and pepper. Add in the cooked linguine and gently toss together. Add in the parmesan cheese. Serve immediately with crostini.

Air Fryer Crostini

Ingridents:
1 small baguette
1/2 T extra virgin olive oil
1 T melted butter
1 garlic clove, minced
2 t fresh parsley, chopped
sprinkle salt & pepper

Directions: Cut the baguette on the bias and set aside. Mix the rest of the ingridents together and brush the baguette with the butter mixture. Add to air fryer rack and cook at 400, for 3-5 minutes. Remove and set asside till ready to use. Note: The crostini will crisp up more once recmoved from the oven.

Air Fryer S’Mores

Yes, You read that right Air Fryer S’mores! This recipe is for s’mores in the air fryer. I decided to give it a try and I’m so glad I did. I was skeptical and I’m a total believer now. Is it 100% like a regular campfire s’more, maybe not…but it’s pretty close. The only thing that’s missing is that fire taste and I haven’t gotten them super charred and dark like I would at a campfire.

Please give this a try and you won’t regret it!

Air Fryer S’Mores

Ingredients:
2 sheets graham crackers
4 large marshmallows (or 2 extra large campfire marshmallows)
2-4 pieces sold chocolate squares

Directions: Preheat the air fryer. Break the graham cracker sheets in half. Add half the graham crackers to the air fryer rack or basket. Top the graham cracker with the pieces of chocolate. I usually only do 1 piece on each, as 2 pieces on each is very sweet. Top chocolate with the marshmallows. (Note: Sometimes I just use the marshmallows vs the chocolate. keeps a little more health conscious, and still delicious.

Add to the air fryer and cook at 400° for about 3-4 minutes. I’d watch them closely and cook to your desired marshmallow doneness. I like mine a bit darker so I let it go until it’s a deep golden brown. Next remove from the air fryer and top with the other halves of the graham crackers and enjoy, grab a napkin!! Use can also use other chocolates to change it up. Like peanut butter cups or toffee bars.

Note: I use an air fryer oven type air fryer. My preheat is 400° for 3 minutes. The marshmallows do puff up some once you cook them.


Air Fryer Pork Tenderloin

I just recently purchased an air fryer! So far, I’m loving it. I’m going to probably be expermenting with it often, so I will definately be sharing any tips and recipes with you.

This first one is going to be for a pork tenderloin. It came out PHENOMNAL. I loved the extra little char on the pork. The flavor was delicious and it cooked rather quickly. Check out the recipe below. I also added the air fryer oven that I have on my Amazon items I use at the top of this page.

Air Fryer Pork Tenderloin

Ingredients:
1 pork tenderloin, 2-3lbs
1/2 T olive oil
2 t ranch seasoning
2 t garlic & herb seasoning
salt, to taste
pepper, to taste

Directions: Preheat your air fryer at 400° for 4 minutes. (Note: That’s my air fryer preheat, 400° for 4 minutes you can preheat however long your specific air fryer recommends) Next rub the pork with olive oil and season with the seasoning. Rub in to make sure pork is fully coated. You don’t want a lot of extra oil on the pork. Just enough to get the nice char.

Add to your air fryer rack or basket. Cook at 400 for 18-20 minutes. Flip half way through. Remove from oven and let rest. I like my pork completely cooked, meaning very little if no pink at all. You can reduce or add time depending on your preferred doneness. I recommend you use a instant read thermometer to check temperature.

Note: Every air fryer is different. You may have to adjust the recipe to your specific type and model of air fryer. The best thing to do is use an instant read thermometer to check your pork. My air fryer is listed in Items I use on top of this page as well as the garlic & herb seasoning