Turn ordinary string cheese into a gourmet creation! Your air fryer is back to transform your favorite meals and snacks into diet-friendly creations. With just a single cheese stick, a slice of whole grain bread, garlic powder and a little bit of cooking spray, you’ll be enjoying the delicious flavors of a classic grilled cheese sandwich. These Air Fryer Grilled Cheese Sticks are sure to become a new favorite Flex snack on your weight loss menu. Even the kids will love them!
This user generated recipe was submitted by Nutrisystem member, Jennifer, through our Recipe Submission page. “These are tasty and hit the spot,” says Jennifer. She recommends dipping these grilled cheese roll ups in salsa for extra flavor! Jennifer loves mozzarella cheese sticks and uses this snack as her afternoon PowerFuel and SmartCarb Flex snack.
One of these 4-Ingredient Easy Air Fryer Grilled Cheese Sticks contains 159 calories. You can log it into your NuMi journal as one PowerFuel and one SmartCarb. Log it in NuMi here! >
Healthy Hacks: You can make this air fryer grilled cheese recipe with any type of low-fat cheese stick! You can also try it with different types of bread, such as rye or sourdough. Try to find varieties with at least one gram of fiber. Serve up your Air Fryer Grilled Cheese Sticks with sliced tomatoes or tomato soup.
Craving a full grilled cheese sandwich? Check out our video for making an Artisanal Grilled Cheese here! >
Have you invented your own healthy recipe that you want to share with us? Submit your tasty creations on our Recipe Submission page! Your recipe could be featured right here next to Jennifer’s idea.
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*Please note that all air fryers cook differently. Before trying any recipe, always refer to the manufacturer safety instructions provided with your specific air fryer.