Air Fried Oreos are a delicious and easy treat that's made in just minutes! A perfect quick dessert when you're craving something sweet. You only need a few ingredients for this quick and easy dessert.
Why I Love These
I love these fried OREOs because they are the perfect, quick, dessert that is made in just 10 minutes.
You'll love how quick and easy these Air Fried Oreos are. You can make them from start to finish in just minutes, and they're perfect for an easy after-dinner dessert.
You only need a few ingredients and you'll be snacking on this dessert in no time, flat!
- Crescent Roll dough (I like Pillsbury)
- Powdered sugar (optional)
- Olive oil
How to Make Fried Oreos in the Air Fryer
Take a can of crescent rolls and lay them on a flat surface.
Place a single Oreo cookie in the middle of a crescent roll sheet. Press the dough around the cookie until the cookie is completely covered.
Add the wrapped Oreos onto the air fryer basket in a single layer, leaving space between each wrapped cookie. Lightly brush the tops with olive oil.
Air fry at 325 degrees Fahrenheit for 5-6 minutes, or once the tops have turned golden brown.
Allow the fried Oreos to cool for a minute before carefully removing them from the basket.
Sprinkle the fried Oreos with a little powdered sugar and serve immediately.
I use a Cosori Dual Blaze air fryer to make these fried Oreos. One of the features is that it has dual heating elements, and flipping is rarely required with recipes.
Make sure to leave enough space between the wrapped Oreos in the basket. This will ensure even cooking.
Lightly brush the tops of the wrapped cookies with olive oil to give them that perfect golden brown.
Allow the fried Oreos to cool slightly before topping with powdered sugar.
Storage and Reheating
- Storage: If you have leftovers, store them in an airtight container at room temperature. They're best eaten within 24 hours. Refrigeration is not recommended as it can make the fried dough soggy.
- Reheating: Air fry the Oreos for about 2-3 minutes at 350°F (175°C) until they are warm and crispy again. Avoid using a microwave as it can make them soggy.
To make these easily, my favorite covering for air fried Oreos is to use a crescent roll dough or light biscuit dough.
It typically takes 3-5 minutes at 325 degrees Fahrenheit.
Yes, but make sure they are in a single layer and not touching, to allow for even cooking.
All air fryers cook a little differently. If using an air fryer with dual elements, you don't have to flip them halfway through cooking. However, if you have an air fryer with a single heating element, you may want to flip the fried Oreos halfway during the cooking time.
This is such a quick and simple dessert recipe, and it's one my family LOVES!
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Air Fried Oreos
- Air Fryer
- 8 Oreos
- 1 Pillsbury crescents (8 count)
- 3 tablespoon powdered sugar optional
- Preheat the Air Fryer to 325 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Remove the crescent rolls from the can and lay them out on a flat surface.
- Carefully wrap one Oreo into each crescent roll sheet.
- Once the air fryer is ready, prepare the basket with oil or with a sheet or parchment paper.
- Add the wrapped Oreos onto the air fryer basket in a single layer, keep room in between for them to cook.
- Cook on 325 degrees Fahrenheit for 5-6 minutes, or the tops have turned until golden brown.
- Allow the fried Oreos to cool for a minute before removing them from the basket.
- Sprinkle the fried Oreos with a little powdered sugar and serve immediately.
- Save this snack idea for when you're craving something sweet and you need it fast! It's a crowd-pleaser.
- Use different flavored Oreos such as vanilla, chocolate, mint, and definitely go for the Double stuff.
*Nutritional information is a calculated guesstimate. Please note that this can change with different brands and modifications you may make to the recipe. For the most accurate information, use a nutritional calculator with the exact brands and measurements you're using with each recipe.