Air Fryer Oreos (3-Ingredient Recipe)

Air Fryer Oreos

The beloved classic, Oreos, taking a crunchy detour through the wonders of the air fryer. Get ready to embark on a culinary adventure that combines the crispy delight of fried treats with the guilty pleasure of everyone’s favorite sandwich cookie. A crispy golden exterior giving way to a warm, gooey center that oozes with the familiar chocolatey richness of Oreos. It’s a dessert revolution in the making, and I’m here to guide you through every step of this delightful journey.

Recipe Ingredients

  • Crescent Roll Canvas (2 packages, 8 ounces each): Unleash the power of flaky goodness with not one but two packs of crescent rolls. These buttery layers will cocoon our Oreos, creating a perfect crunch that’s bound to elevate your taste experience.
  • Oreo Dream Team (Sweet 16): Now, let’s talk about the stars of the show – the Oreo cookies. Sweet, iconic, and ready to take a crispy plunge. Sixteen of these chocolatey wonders will be the heart and soul of our air-fried creation.
  • Powdered Sugar Magic (1 tablespoon): To add a sprinkle of sweetness and a touch of elegance, we’re bringing in powdered sugar. Just a tablespoon, but trust me, it’s the finishing touch that will tie this delectable treat together.
Air Fryer Oreos

How to Make This Air Fryer Oreos Recipe

Assembling the Dream Team

Let’s kick things off by prepping our ingredients. Lay out the crescent rolls, and gently unwrap the Oreo cookies, as if unveiling hidden treasures. Dust off any excess powdered sugar and keep it nearby for the finishing touch.

Wrapping in Flaky Embrace

Roll up your sleeves – it’s time to get hands-on. Take each crescent roll and carefully wrap it around one Oreo cookie. Ensure the cookie is snugly nestled within the dough, like a sweet secret waiting to be discovered. Repeat this process until all the Oreos are comfortably cocooned.

Prepping the Air Fryer Haven

Now, let’s set the stage for the magic. Preheat your air fryer to 350°F (175°C). While it’s warming up, consider lining the air fryer basket with parchment paper to prevent any sticky situations.

Into the Air Fryer Wonderland

Gently place your Oreo-filled crescents into the air fryer basket, making sure to leave enough space between them for that perfect golden crisp. Cook for around 6-8 minutes, turning halfway through. Keep a watchful eye – we’re aiming for that delightful golden-brown exterior.

The Sweet Reveal

As the air fryer works its charm, the aroma of chocolate and flaky pastry will fill your kitchen. Once the timer beeps, carefully take out your golden creations. Let them cool for a moment before the grand finale.

Powdered Perfection

In a final act of culinary finesse, dust your Air Fryer Oreos with a gentle snowfall of powdered sugar. This not only adds a touch of sweetness but also elevates the visual appeal, turning your creation into a dessert masterpiece.

Air Fryer Oreos

Serving Instructions

Plating Elegance

Arrange your golden-brown Air Fryer Oreos on a charming dessert plate, creating an inviting display. Consider a light drizzle of chocolate syrup or a dollop of whipped cream for an extra touch of decadence.

Hot or Not

These delights are best enjoyed warm, straight from the air fryer. The contrast between the crispy exterior and the gooey Oreo center is at its prime when served immediately. However, they can still captivate taste buds if enjoyed at room temperature.

Storage and Freezing Instructions

Storage

If, by some miracle, there are leftovers, fear not. Store your Air Fryer Oreos in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 2 days. While they are best enjoyed fresh, a quick zap in the microwave can revive their warmth and crispiness.

Freezing

Should you wish to savor the goodness for a longer time, these treats can be frozen. Place the cooled Oreos in a single layer on a baking sheet and freeze until solid. Once frozen, transfer them to a freezer-safe bag or container, separating layers with parchment paper. They can dance in your freezer for up to a month.

Reheating the Magic

When ready to relive the experience, reheat the frozen Air Fryer Oreos in the air fryer at 350°F (175°C) for about 5-7 minutes, or until heated through. The aroma will remind you of the day you first created this sweet symphony.

Air Fryer Oreos

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FAQs

Can I use any type of crescent rolls for Air Fryer Oreos?

Whether it’s regular, reduced-fat, or even a flaky puff pastry, feel free to experiment with your preferred crescent roll variety. The key is to ensure they wrap snugly around the Oreos for that perfect crunch.

My air fryer has different temperature settings. Which one should I use for this recipe?

Set your air fryer to 350°F (175°C) for the optimal balance between the crispiness of the exterior and the gooey goodness inside. This temperature ensures a golden-brown finish without compromising the Oreo’s delectable center.

Can I use Double Stuf Oreos for this recipe?

Double the stuffing means double the joy. Feel free to swap in Double Stuf Oreos for an extra creamy and indulgent experience. The air fryer will work its magic, creating a delightful contrast with the flaky exterior.

What’s the purpose of dusting with powdered sugar, and can I skip it?

The powdered sugar is the final touch that adds a hint of sweetness and a touch of elegance. While you can skip it, I highly recommend embracing this step. It not only enhances the flavor but also gives your Air Fryer Oreos a visually appealing finish.

How long can I store Air Fryer Oreos, and do they need to be refrigerated?

Store your Air Fryer Oreos at room temperature in an airtight container for up to 2 days. Refrigeration is not necessary, but if you have leftovers beyond that timeframe, a quick reheat in the microwave will revive their crispy charm.

Air Fryer Oreos

Air Fryer Oreos (3-Ingredient Recipe)

The beloved classic, Oreos, taking a crunchy detour through the wonders of the air fryer. Get ready to embark on a culinary adventure that combines the crispy delight of fried treats with the guilty pleasure of everyone’s favorite sandwich cookie. 
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 8 minutes
Total Time 23 minutes
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Servings 16
Calories 75 kcal

Ingredients
  

  • 2-8 ounce packages of crescent rolls
  • 16 Oreo cookies
  • 1 tbsp powdered sugar

Instructions
 

  • Gather the culinary ensemble: two 8-ounce packs of crescent rolls, a delightful squad of 16 Oreos, and a tablespoon of powdered sugar. It's a symphony of simplicity meeting indulgence.
  • Envelop each Oreo in the flaky embrace of crescent rolls, ensuring a snug fit. The key is to create a perfect marriage of crispy layers and gooey centers. It's a hands-on affair, and each parcel is a promise of deliciousness.
  • Preheat your air fryer to 350°F (175°C) – the golden temperature for our golden treats. Consider laying down a parchment paper foundation in the air fryer basket for a smooth journey.
  • Place your Oreo-filled crescents in the air fryer basket with a little breathing room. Let them dance in the heat for 6-8 minutes, flipping halfway for an even tan. Watch as the air fryer weaves its alchemy, transforming dough and cookie into a crispy wonder.
  • As the air fryer works its magic, your kitchen will be filled with the enchanting aroma of chocolate and flaky pastry. Once the timer sings, carefully retrieve your golden creations. Allow them a moment to cool – the anticipation is part of the experience.
  • Channel your inner pastry artist and dust the Air Fryer Oreos with a sprinkle of powdered sugar. This final touch not only adds sweetness but elevates the visual appeal, turning your creation into a dessert masterpiece.
  • Plate your Air Fryer Oreos with finesse, creating an enticing display. A drizzle of chocolate syrup or a dollop of whipped cream adds a touch of extravagance. These delights are best enjoyed warm, but room temperature won't dull their charm.
Keyword Air Fryer Oreo recipe, Crescent roll Oreo twist, Easy dessert with Oreos, Quick air fryer sweets
Hey there! I'm Betty Spangler. I love food, cooking, and curling up with a good book! I share recipes for people who LOVE good food, but want to keep things simple.