The best air fryers are without a doubt the healthiest way to get your fix of fries, chicken, empanadas and all manner of fried goodies. Using air currents to evenly circulate a small amount of oil around the contents of a hot chamber, it's much healthier than frying plans swimming in more oil than you need, which adds calories from too much oil and carcinogenics when cooking unhealthy foods on a high heat.
Right now, you can save one third of the price off this top Bella Pro Series air fryer at Best Buy (opens in new tab), down to just $80. Check out the deal in full below:
Bella Pro Series - 8-qt. Touchscreen Air Fryer - Stainless Steel | was $119.99 | now $79.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Save $40 on this top air fryer model. A huge 8-quart container offers plenty of room for fries, chicken and anything esle you want to fry, while its touchscreen controls are easy to use, with separate settings for fish, meat, veg, chicken and more to ensure it's always perfectly cooked.
Bella Pro Series air fryer: Why get this deal?
With a large capacity, intuitive touch-screen, dishwasher-safe parts and automatic timer, this air fryer is up there with the best on our list. And with third of the price knocked off, it's a great buy.
Air fryers are basically miniaturised tabletop convection ovens. They use air currents to coat everything in their chamber in a tiny film of oil, then blast hot air around until the food is evenly cooked. Air frying requires far less oil than frying or even roasting – typically just a teaspoon's worth.
And it's not just fries they're good for, either. Air fryers can be used to fry a whole host of foods, including bacon, chicken wings, vegetables - and, in some cases, even a whole chicken.
Want to really prep your kitchen for a healthy diet? The best grills can cook in a healthy way, allowing fat to run into the grill's refuse tray instead of onto your plate. Meanwhile, you can whizz up healthy soups, shakes and smoothies with our best blenders.
Matt Evans is an experienced health and fitness journalist and News Editor at Fit&Well, covering all things exercise and nutrition on the Fit&Well website. Matt originally discovered exercise through martial arts: he holds a black belt in Karate and remains a keen runner, gym-goer, and infrequent yogi. His top fitness tip? Stretch.
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