Air Fryer Frozen Pizza is the perfect way to get that crispy crust and melted cheese! If you want a quick meal and the best way for cooking pizza, let the hot air of your air fryer do the trick. This is a great option for a delicious recipe, using thin crust pizza or thick crust pizza.
The air fryer makes pizza amazing! Try these air fryer bagel bites, homemade air fryer pizza, air fryer English muffin pizza, air fryer French bread pizza, or air fryer tortilla pizza. The air fryer can also reheat leftover pizza, and will make it just as crispy as when it was first delivered!
Yes, there is literally just ONE ingredient needed!
Open the packing and place the pizza in the air fryer basket
Air fry at 380 degrees F for 6-8 minutes until crispy.
I make this recipe in my Cosori air fryer. Depending on your air fryer, size and wattages, cooking time may need to be adjusted 1-2 minutes.
Any way that you want to eat pizza is a great way! Serve this delicious meal with a side of ranch, or cook up some chicken wings and French fries and make it an appetizer dinner!
Depending on the size of your pizza, you can literally put the whole pizza right into the air basket as well, making it an ultra-easy meal or quick snack.
The good thing about keeping frozen pizza in the house is that you can complete the cooking process easily with the air fryer. It not only crisps the bottom of the pizza crust perfectly every time, but it also cooks the top of the pizza to perfection as well.
Make this a personal pizza and add your favorite toppings, or cut into squares for finger food appetizers.
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STORAGE AND REHEATING
For the best results, let the pizza cool down, and then wrap it in aluminum foil and store it in the fridge, or put the slices of pizza in an airtight container in the refrigerator for later.
When you're ready to reheat and eat, you can warm them in the microwave for a few moments of time, or pop them back in the air fryer to make that crust crispy again.
Where there is a will, there's a way! If you have a bigger pizza to cook on pizza night, you have options. Some larger air fryers may work to hold all that delicious pizza, or you might have to cut the pizza in half and cook it in sections. As long as the pizza cooks all the way through, it's good to go!
That will depend on the various thickness of crusts. If the pizza is a deep dish pizza, you may need to air fry a little longer to get the crispness. Different sizes and different crusts are going to cook up differently, and that's just the way it is. The air fryer will make a thin crust crispy easily, but any type of thicker crust will take longer.
I love the personal pepperoni pizza. But you can add toppings like onions, sausage, mushrooms, pineapple, ham, and black olives before cooking it. Then add toppings like parmesan cheese and chili pepper flakes after! Load up the top with pizza toppings and make it your own!
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You are going to love making this frozen pizza for a quick meal or snack! Just keep them on hand in the freezer!
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Air Fryer Frozen Pizza
- 1 Air Fryer
- 1 Frozen Pizza
- Open packing and place pizza in the air fryer basket.
- Air fry at 380 degrees F for 6-8 minutes, until crispy.
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