THE PERFECT THANKSGIVING FEAST, MADE ENTIRELY IN YOUR MAXX AIR FRYER OVEN

The holidays can be stressful, but cooking Thanksgiving dinner doesn't have to be. Gone are the days of spending hours in a sweltering hot kitchen — now you can cook a complete holiday meal all in your MAXX. This spectacular MAXX-to-table feast with across-the-board deliciousness will transform your holiday cooking routine to make this Thanksgiving free of stress, and full of flavor. 
The Kalorik MAXX-giving menu boasts a star-studded lineup of fabulous autumn flavors, featuring a succulent Rosemary Turkey Breast, crispy Roasted Potatoes, Maple Caramelized Carrots, Roasted Broccoli with Shaved Parmesan, light and airy Popovers, and adorable Petite Pumpkin Loaf Cakes with Cream Cheese Frosting. Thanks to the oven’s large capacity and fast cooking time, this compact yet powerful appliance MAXX-imizes time and efficiency on a surely busy day.
Rosemary Turkey Breast
First, the pièce de résistance, the star of the show, the icon of all American Thanksgivings: the turkey. This MAXX-made Rosemary Turkey Breast packs all the slow-cooked, oven-roasted flavor you know and love, while clocking in at a mere 22 minutes cooking time (compared to the hours-long production of a regular oven). Thanks to the supercharged hot air circulating around your protein, the MAXX cooks your turkey evenly on all sides, for juicy, succulent meat and a delightfully crispy skin. 

Oven-Roasted Baby Potatoes


Complement your Thanksgiving meal with delicious tender potatoes cooked to a crispy brown finish. The perfect hearty side dish for any autumn or winter meal, these Oven-Roasted Baby Potatoes are super quick to prepare, and cook in a fraction of the time. Sprinkle with your favorite fresh herbs and seasonings for added flavor and aroma. 

Maple Caramelized Carrots 


Simple and sweet, these maple-glazed carrots roast to caramelized perfection in just 10 minutes in your MAXX. With a simple ingredient profile of carrots, olive oil, a drizzle of maple syrup, and a sprinkle of herbs, you can whip this deceptively easy side dish up in no time. Substitute carrots with butternut squash for another autumnal variation. Get the Maple Caramelized Carrots recipe here.

Roasted Broccoli with Shaved Parmesan


Add some green to your table and give your guests a vital boost of nutrients with this Roasted Broccoli with Shaved Parmesan recipe. Rich in fiber, vitamin C, vitamin K, iron, and potassium, this flavorful garlicky broccoli is the perfect way to round out an indulgent holiday feast. Freshly shaved Parmigiano Reggiano adds a complex, nutty flavor that elevates this seemingly simple, healthy dish.

Popovers


There’s nothing more delightful than a light, airy puff of soft delicate bread served hot out the oven. With their fluffy, cloud-like consistency, these scrumptious Popovers are much lighter than regular bread, so your guests won’t get stuffed too fast. Serve hot with butter, jam, honey, maple or pumpkin butter, or even by themselves! 

Petite Pumpkin Loaf Cakes


Alas, time to close out your meal with a dessert that ties all the nostalgic flavors of autumn together, and brings this Thanksgiving dinner to a sweet and satisfying finish. These MAXX-made Petite Pumpkin Loaf Cakes are super easy to make, and require minimal ingredients. Topped with a copious spread of rich cream cheese frosting, these mini dessert loaves are soon to become your new fall-favorite treat!

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