Every year at CES I look for new products that will make my life easier. I wander the halls of the Las Vegas Convention Center for days looking for favorite new tech to share with my readers. I love finding integrated solutions that combine systems, smart devices, software, and services together to consolidate my devices and simplify my life.
Thanks to Philips for sponsoring this post. As always, my opinions are my own.
Intelligent Solutions for the Home
One of the intelligent solutions I discovered at CES this year was the Philips Airfryer XXL. Philips strives to help people live healthy and happy lives. The Philips Airfryer XXL not only allows you to cook in a healthier way, but it also isn’t simply a one-off device taking up space in my kitchen—it allows me a variety of cooking solutions in one package—I can roast, fry, grill, and bake all in this one cool kitchen appliance.
Healthier Frying with the Philips Airfryer XXL
The Philips Airfryer XXL is the healthiest way to fry for the whole family, allowing you to cook up to 6 portions at one time in its 3lb/4 qt. capacity. Fried food can be made with up to 90% less fat than using a traditional fryer and it cooks up to four times faster than using a traditional oven. Did you know this new larger model fits a whole chicken?! That’s a perfect size to feed a large family or prep for a party with two bags of fries!
I’m all for extra flavor without the extra fat, whether I’m cooking totchos on a weeknight or frying chicken wings for a big game or a party. Philips Airfryer XXL uses powerful hot air to fry my favorite foods with only a tablespoon or less of oil. This model fries food with less oil, and it can also remove and capture excess fat because of its Twin TurboStar technology. Hello, healthier fried food that’s both crispy on the outside and tender on the inside.
I’m also a fan of how easy the Philips Airfryer XXL is to use. My kids can all use it to cook, too (with my supervision). We made totchos and my kids cooked the tater tots for them. On nights when we have French fries, they can cook those on their own. It’s nice to have a kitchen appliance that my kids can use completely on their own without needing help.
What would you cook in an airfryer? Leave a comment below!