T-fal ActiFry Low-Fat Healthy Dishwasher Safe Multi-Cooker (41% off - $176)1
  • July 4, 2016
  • By Steven Zussino
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T-fal ActiFry Low-Fat Healthy Dishwasher Safe Multi-Cooker (41% off – $176)1

This is a major savings I found on the T-fal ActiFry Low-Fat Healthy Dishwasher Safe Multi-Cooker.

It retails for almost $300 but is on sale at $176 at Amazon.ca


It features:

  • 60 minute timer with indicator beep to let you know when you meals are ready
  • Stirring paddle to coat food with sauces or oil for even cooking results
  • Removable filter
  • Lid, Stirring paddle and basket are all removable and dishwasher safe
  • 1400 watts of power

The T-fal ActiFry is a low fat cooker that enables you to cook tasty dishes while reducing the amount of fat you are having. The ActiFry is engineered to minimize the use of oil while cooking. This revolutionary appliance allows you to enjoy great tasting a wide array of dishes but at the same time stay healthy and feel good about what you are eating.

With ActiFry you can enjoy cripsy, great tasting fries that are low in fat! By using just one tablespoon of oil you can make 2 pounds of fresh French fries, enough to feed a family of four. That one spoonful is over 200 times less than a traditional 3 liter deep fat fryer, which not only means that your food is substantially more healthy, but it is also more economical. The French fries have only 3% fat per serving.

Moreover, ActiFry is a versatile cooking appliance and can be use to create a variety of helathy, low-fat dishes with minimal effort. ActiFry is not just for French fries, it enables you to cook full meals such as chili, risotto, gumbos, vegetable, or meat stir frys, seafood, and even yummy desserts. ActiFry enables you to create your favorite dishes that are not only delicious but nutritious. Each recipe requires from 0 to 2 tablespoons of oil for four servings.

Here is a link to the sale.

Steven Zussino

Steven Zussino is the co-founder of Grocery Alerts Canada. He loves to help Canadians save money on groceries. He also runs the blog, CanadianTravelHacking.com.