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Healthy Hearts: Air Fried Artichoke Hearts

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These seed-crusted artichoke hearts crisp up in 10 minutes, with flavors of Dijon mustard, oregano and garlic. The “breading” is crafted with a clever blend of flax and hemp seeds, adding a boost of omegas and protein along with the gluten-free crunch. Serve these crave-worthy healthy hearts as a quick snack or easy appetizer dipped into tangy lemon-dill yogurt. Pro tip: You just might want to double the batch.

Seed-Coated Air Fried Artichoke Hearts on Round Plate with Lemon-Dill Yogurt Dip | Vitacost.com/Blog

Seed-Coated Air Fried Artichoke Hearts on Round Plate with Lemon-Dill Yogurt Dip | Vitacost.com/Blog

Healthy Hearts: Air Fried Artichoke Hearts

Lemon-Dill Yogurt Dip

  • 2
    oz.
    unsweetened non-dairy yogurt
  • ½
    tsp.
    lemon juice
  • 1
    Tbsp.
    chopped fresh dill

  1. Preheat air fryer to 370 degrees F or your preheat oven to 400 degrees F and turn on fan. If using oven, prepare sheet pan with parchment paper.

  2. Drain artichoke hearts, pat dry with towel and cut into halves or quarters.

  3. In bowl, combine mustard and non-dairy milk.

  4. In another bowl, combine hemp seeds, ground flaxseed and all spices.

  5. Dip each artichoke heart first into mustard-milk mixture then into flax mixture to coat; arrange in air fryer basket or on sheet pan (Note: Do not crowd basket or pan to ensure crisping.)

  6. Bake in air fryer for 10 minutes, flipping halfway through, or in oven for 10 minutes (no need to flip).

  7. In small bowl, combine all yogurt dip ingredients.

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Nutrition Facts

Healthy Hearts: Air Fried Artichoke Hearts

Amount Per Serving

Calories 49
Calories from Fat 27

% Daily Value*

Fat 3g5%

Saturated Fat 0.3g2%

Polyunsaturated Fat 2g

Monounsaturated Fat 1g

Sodium 58mg2%

Potassium 50mg1%

Carbohydrates 3g1%

Fiber 1g4%

Sugar 0.4g0%

Protein 2g4%

Vitamin A 125IU3%

Vitamin C 2mg2%

Calcium 33mg3%

Iron 1mg6%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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