41 Best Air Fryer Appetizer Recipes


PICTURED: JOEL GOLDBERG; FOOD STYLING: MICAH MORTON

We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: finger foods can really make or break a party. They’re also very important before a big dinner party to help stave off hunger and excite guests for what’s to come. However, if you have a last-minute meeting, it’s often the first thing to fall off the to-do list. No more, try making appetizers in your air fryer instead! They come together quickly and are just as tasty and crispy as their non-air fried counterparts. Bonus: cleanup is minimal, which means you can spend more time with your guests. Check out our best air fryer starters for ideas, then get creative – very rarely have we been disappointed with anything we’ve tried in this.

The word appetizer can mean different things depending on the type of meal you are having. A seated dinner? You can opt for something to share like our Blooming Onion, or bite-size pieces that require a knife and fork to eat, like our Crab Cakes, Caprese Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms, or Miso Glazed Scallops. They’re all as good as they taste, perfect for livening up your guests for the main course.

Rather cocktail, where guests will have to eat their apps standing up (and a drink in hand)? Discover our Tuscan-style stuffed mushrooms, our coconut prawns, our spring rolls, our “fried” ravioli, or our lemon-garlic prawns. These are the perfect bites that will get your guests mingling.

Looking for something to eat while watching the game or during movie night? Opt for classics like our chicken wings, bacon-wrapped jalapeño poppers, chicken taquitos or mozzarella sticks. Air frying means you won’t have to miss out any on-screen action.

Want even more air fryer inspiration? Discover our favorite vegan air fryer recipes and our best air fryer desserts, then our new bookazine, Easy and healthy air fryer.


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