The @Philips Airfryer #morememories

I finally got a Philips Avance Collection Airfryer to play with for three weeks!


It arrived yesterday, and today I baked chocolate cupcakes in it!


I used my silicone cupcake cups and they worked like a charm.


They were a touch underdone after 8 minutes so I did the second batch for 9 minutes and they were perfect (although if anyone on this planet is going to die from eating raw cookie dough and cake batter its me).

I got to use the Airfryer once before and I did beautiful chicken breasts and veggies in it, and after baking in it today I am already sold – even though I still have two and a half weeks with it!
What this gorgeous countertop machine is also perfect for is for someone like my son. He no longer lives at home, and in the little bungalow he lives in as an intern he has a microwave, a 2 plate stove, a toaster and a snackwhich, but he doesn’t have an oven which means his frozen groceries are limited to microwave meals.
With one of these Airfryers I would be able to get him frozen pizzas and pies as well since the Airfryer would cook them perfectly!
Philips unique Rapid Air Technology lets you fry with air to make food that is crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. Little or no oil is needed to ensure perfect texture and delicious results! Philips Airfryer’s unique design which combines fast circulating superheated air, starfish design and optimal heating profile allows you to fry a variety of delicious meals in a fast, easy and healthier way without necessarily adding oil.

Frying          Roasting          Baking          Grilling
Frying         Roasting         Baking         Grilling
~~As per my Ladybloggers pledge, I must state that I have been loaned the Airfryer machine for a period of 3 weeks, with the expectation that I will use it and talk about it on my blog and social media.~~

5 thoughts on “The @Philips Airfryer #morememories

  1. Nifty! I reckon these will become part of the staples that parents send their kids out into the world with…

    • Do you line the inner basket with foil or paper before you cook in it, acidicice?
      The recipe book doesn’t include a lot of that kind of instructions… 😛

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