We gathered up some of our favorite AIR FRYER VEGETABLE RECIPES to help make dinner time a bit easier and a lot healthier!
The air fryer is commonly thought of when people are thinking of making frozen French fries, but this kitchen appliance is SO MUCH MORE!
On our website and across the web there are thousands of amazing recipes for your air fryer. Probably the least commonly thought of ones are the air fryer recipes that are focused on vegetables. <— Yes, it makes veggies taste amazing too!
We chose to compile a list of our favorite air fried vegetable recipes for your side dishes, main dishes, or even a snack while watching the game or a movie. We are confident you will love these recipes, so give them a shot!
20 Fantastic Air Fryer Vegetable Recipes
This collection of vegetable-centric recipes are all cooked in the air fryer! You will find them all easy to make, healthier to eat, and full of great taste!
Air Fryer Sweet Potato
Cooking a whole sweet potato evenly and all the way through can't be any easier or taste any better than when they are made in the air fryer.
Air Fryer Frozen Broccoli
AIR FRYER FROZEN BROCCOLI is a great way to prepare this delicious veggie without getting it all soggy and soft! The best part is the whole process only takes 10 minutes!
Air Fryer Cauliflower
These cauliflowers are crispy and flavorful. They're tasty on their own, but we like to pair them with this easy spicy ranch dip.
Air Fryer Green Bean Casserole
This green bean casserole is creamy, savory, and has the perfect crunch from the onions. It tastes so good could eat the whole pan by myself in one sitting.
Air Fryer Sweet Potato Chips
Air Fryer Sweet Potato Fries with Spicy Dipping Sauce
Sweet potato fries are so simple in the air fryer! We serve these with a spicy mayo, but BBQ sauce is also a tasty dip for these fries.
Air Fryer Butternut Squash
This lightly seasoned squash recipe is a healthy, tasty option as a side dish or pasta addition in your next meal.
Air Fryer Turmeric Roasted Cauliflower
Air Fryer Buffalo Cauliflower
You can be eating these fantastic AIR FRYER BUFFALO CAULIFLOWER in under 15 minutes! Perfect for a light lunch or as a snack or appetizer.
Air Fryer Bacon Wrapped Carrots
Air Fryer Green Beans
These green beans are tossed with oil and parmesan cheese, seasoned with garlic, and then roasted in the air fryer. The reult is a well seasoned tender-crisp green bean dish that is ready in 10 minutes!
Air Fryer Artichoke Hearts – Kalyn's Kitchen
Air Fryer Spaghetti Squash
Spaghetti squash is simple to cook and it tastes great! Whether going for a vegetarian or low carb diet this is a necessary recipe to have at your disposal.
Air Fryer Acorn Squash
Air Fryer Carrots
Tender and flavorful, these carrots are ready in less than 15 minutes! The honey and spices make these sweet with just a hint of smoky spice. Don't be too worried about the cayenne here - it doesn't make these spicy, just deepens the flavor and contrasts the sweetness. You can definitely leave it out if you're very sensitive to spice though.
Air Fryer Okra
Asian Brussels Sprouts
These flavorful Brussels sprouts are simple to make and come out of the air fryer a little crispy! Every bite is delicious and explodes with flavor!
Air Fryer Eggplant Pizzas
Air Fryer Asparagus
This garlic parmesan asparagus cooks so quickly in the air fryer, making a perfect, easy side dish to serve with dinner. Plus, they are ready to eat in just 10 minutes!
Air Fryer Brussel Sprouts with Balsamic Glaze
Air Fryer Zucchini
These zucchini are marinaded for a short time and cooked for just 5 minutes! These are a great, healthy, side dish option to serve with your next meal!
Air Fryer Mushrooms
These mushrooms were coated in garlic butter and cooked in the air fryer for both convenience and full flavor!
Air Fryer Cauliflower With Parmesan
Air Fryer Kale Chips
Crispy kale chips are very versatile as a snack, appetizer, or side dish! You can add any dips or seasonings you like, but this is our preferred flavor!
Comments & Reviews
Beverly B McDonald says
My air fryer has different settings and your recipes never state what setting other than the temperature. I but usually use air crisp for your recipes but I wonder about that setting. Maybe I should use roast or bake instead of air crisp?
You’ll want to use the air fry setting unless the recipe states otherwise. 🙂