With the new year upon us many people will take a look at themselves and decide what changes they’d like to make this year to improve their lives. The vast majority of us decide to Work out/eat healthier, so how can a new appliance help you achieve your goals?
If a part of your goal is to eat healthier than a new freezer (chest or upright) could be the thing you need to keep on track. One of the easiest ways to eat better is with Smoothies. Whether you make yours with fresh fruit or pre frozen, you’ll want it to last and a Danby freezer is what you’d need for that. If you need a place to start for recipes click here.
Another place where Freezers could come in handy would be for meal prep. Often times knowing what you’re going to eat can help you prevent eating poorly. If you’re unprepared you may just grab for the closest, easiest food to eat….and that can often be something that wont help with your goal.
Taking a bit of time to figure out what you’re going to eat and getting it ready can help you in the long term. Once your meals are prepared you can store them in the freezer to pull out when the time is right.
Digging into a serving of french fries or a plate of fried chicken lets the pleasure hit you right away — that familiar, crispy crunch and moist, chewy center. But eating fried foods comes with a cost. Research links the oils used to cook them to health problems like heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and cancer…enter air fryers. Air fryers can still deliver that golden crispy flavour, but
with up to 80% less calories helping you stay on track with your resolution. No matter what type of space you have to work with, Danby has the air fryer you need to not give up on yourself.
To help you out here are 61 recipes (we didn’t make the list) to help highlight the amazing foods you can make with an air fryer in your home.
It’s never been easier to maintain your New Years resolution than with the help of Danby appliances. Don’t do it alone, we’re here to help, and who knows…maybe this year we make it past January 15th.