It’s true what they say. Anything fried is always better and these Air Fried OREOs prove just that. Not only are they crazy good but they’re like bringing a street fair food right to the comfort of your own kitchen.
Make certain to check out our Monster Cookie recipe as well because it’s another dessert that will literally take your tastebuds for a trip!
Baking or frying in the Air Fryer is simple and easy. You won’t believe how easy it is to do things. I love to heat my frozen biscuits in an Air Fryer. And I will do that same with just about anything that I can.
When this recipe surfaced in my brain, I really wondered if there was any way that I could make OREOs even better. I mean…they’re already pretty awesome, right? But suddenly I remembered someone saying that they’d spent a pretty penny once at a carnival for deep-fried OREOs and this recipe was born.
The concept of fried OREOs is just that. You take your OREOs, add some dough, and fry them up. It literally doesn’t get any more simple than that. And just when you think that you’re going to make this for the kids and not try a bite, let me just tell you that you’re mistaken.
You seriously don’t want to miss out on these. In fact, dare I say that you’re going to love them as much as I do?!
DELICIOUS AIR FRIED OREOS
If you’re looking for a treat that is common and cute, well, this isn’t the recipe that you’re going to want to make up. But if you’re looking for a recipe that will make you feel like you’re breaking all the rules, get ready to be happy as a clam.
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WHAT AIR FRYER SHOULD I USE?
The Ninja Foodi is a grill and has several different options. It’s also called an air crisper, and you can learn more about that here. I like this for larger projects. You can open the top and check on what’s cooking, and you can also use the temperature probe and never undercook or overcook anything again.
The Cosori has a basket, is an actual air fryer, and makes it easy to shake things around while cooking. The handle on the basket makes removing the basket easier, and it’s very easy to clean. Each works very well and I use them both with this big family of mine. I can have them both working and have dinner done FAST.
They both really do work great and I love to use them on an almost daily basis. One last thing I would recommend with whichever air fryer you choose, make sure to get some basket liners. They are amazing and help make cleanup a breeze!
INGREDIENTS YOU NEED
- OREO cookies
- Crescent rolls
- Confectioners sugar
Ready to see how to make these treats? It’s literally crazy simple!
Step by Step Air Fryer OREOs instructions
Preheat the air fryer to 325 degrees.
Take the crescent rolls and roll them out flat. Carefully wrap 1 Oreo into each crescent roll, covering the whole cookie.
Once the fryer is ready, spray the basket with non stick cooking spray. Line the basket with wrapped OREOS.
Cover and cook for 5-6 minutes, until golden brown. Allow them to cool for a minute or two before removing from the basket.
Sprinkle each fried Oreo with powdered sugar and serve warm.
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AIR FRIED OREOS FAQS
How do you know when the OREOs are done in the Air Fryer?
Since you don’t have to worry about the middle of them cookie (because it’s literally just an OREO), you just have to be certain that the outside crescent roll is that part that is cooked and done.
Once you notice that the crescent roll is browning or getting golden brown, you can rest easy that this simple dessert is being cooked up perfectly.
How do you store leftovers?
If you’re lucky enough to have any leftover, just add them to an airtight container and store them on the counter. They should stay good for a few days without issues, although they may lose their crispness pretty quickly.
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- How to Reheat Pizza in Air Fryer
- Air Fryer Biscuits
- Air FryerTater Tots
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- Sweet Lamb OREO Cookies
- Oreo Cheesecake Chocolate Covered Strawberry Bars
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Air Fried OREOs
- Air Fryer
- 8 Double stuff OREO cookies
- 1 can Crescent rolls
- 3 tbsp Confectioners sugar
- Preheat the air fryer to 325 degrees.
- Take the crescent rolls and roll them out flat.
- Carefully wrap 1 Oreo into each crescent roll, covering the whole cookie. Once the fryer is ready, spray the basket with non stick cooking spray.
- Line the basket with wrapped OREOS.
- Cover and cook for 5-6 minutes, until golden brown. Allow them to cool for a minute or two before removing from the basket.
- Sprinkle each fried Oreo with powdered sugar and serve warm.
- Serve with a glass of milk to dip or to drink.
- Melt chocolate and dip Fried OREOs.
- Save in an airtight container for up to 3 days.
*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.