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Air Fried Oreos with Crescent Rolls

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Deep-fried Oreos are a personal favorite dessert of mine at the fair. They’re fluffy, creamy, and chocolatey.

I’ve always considered them a delicacy because they were fried until I figured out how to make Air Fried Oreos.

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Air Fryer Oreos Closeup on a white plate

I now can get that same fluffy, creamy, and chocolatey flavor without all the oil. It only takes two ingredients and 10 minutes to make these delicious Air Fried Oreos.

You only need to make them once to be completely hooked.

I made this recipe inside my Cosori Air Fryer. It has a square basket, which makes cooking foods, like these Air Fried Oreos in one layer much faster.

It’s perfect for my family of four and cooks all my food evenly!

Title and Shown: Air Fryer Fried Oreos (in air fryer and on a white plate)


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How to Make Air Fried Oreos

I love using these with flaky layers crescent rolls. I personally used the butter variety, but you can use the original kind to avoid butter.

Spread out the crescent roll dough onto a flat surface, such as a cutting board or counter.

Lightly use your finger to press down on all the perforated lines. This allows the dough to become one piece.

Crescent Roll Sheet laid out flat on a cutting board

Using a pizza cutter or knife, cut the crescent roll sheet into 8 even squares. I like to cut the dough in half both ways then cut them into quarters each way from there.

Air Fryer Crescents Sheet Cut into 8 even squares on cutting board

Place one Oreo cookie in the center of each crescent roll dough square and roll all four corners inward on top of the Oreo.

4 air fried oreos being folded with corners in

Bunch the rest of the crescent roll over the Oreo, making sure it covers the entire sandwich cookie.

Do not stretch it too thin or it will break causing the Oreo to break through the dough.

Raw Air Fryer Deep Fried Oreos ready to be air fried

How to Cook the Air Fryer Oreos

Preheat air fryer to 320 degrees for 2-3 minutes.

I like to preheat my air fryer when finishing up the last 3-4 Oreo cookies so you can put them all inside the air fryer as soon as you’ve finished wrapping them in the dough.

Place the Air Fried Oreos in the air fryer in a single layer leaving a small space between each one.

Do not stack or let them touch or they will stick together when cooked and cause the dough to cook unevenly.

Raw Deep Fried Oreos inside Air Fryer

If they all do not fit in your air fryer at the same time, you will need to cook in batches.

Cook the Air Fried Oreos at 320 degrees for 5-6 minutes until golden brown on the outside.

Carefully remove the Oreos from the air fryer and immediately dust with powdered sugar if desired.

Let cool for two minutes and enjoy!

These are almost as addictive as my Air Fryer Buffalo Chicken Wings. It’s amazing how crispy they can get (and how easy they are to make).

Cooked Air Fryer Oreos in Air Fryer

Do I Need to Use Oil in This Recipe?

This air fryer recipe contains no oil. That means you don’t need to spray any oil on top of the crescent rolls to make this recipe.

Now, if your air fryer tends to stick on the bottom, I do recommend spraying the basket quickly with oil using an EVO oil sprayer. Do not use PAM spray as it can ruin your air fryer.

Air Fried Oreo held in hand with bite out of it

Are These Air Fried Oreos Vegan?

Pillsbury Original Crescents rolls are completely vegan.

Oreos on the other hand, are not completely vegan. Looking at package ingredients, they show all vegan ingredients, but there is more behind the scenes.

They cross-contaminate with milk making them not suitable for vegans. They are still completely vegetarian.

Air Fryer Oreos with powdered sugar dusted on top
Yield: 8 servings

Air Fried Oreos

Air Fried Oreo held in hand with bite out of it

An air fryer take on deep-fried Oreos without the excess oil.

Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes

Ingredients

  • 8 Oreo cookies or other brand sandwich cookies
  • 1 package of Pillsbury Crescents Rolls (or crescent dough sheet)
  • Powdered sugar for dusting (optional)

Instructions

  1. Spread out crescent dough onto a cutting board or counter.
  2. Using your finger, press down into each perforated line so it forms one big sheet.
  3. Cut the dough into eighths.
  4. Place an Oreo cookie in the center of each of the crescent roll squares and roll each corner up (see visual above in post).
  5. Bunch up the rest of the crescent roll to make sure it covers the entire Oreo cookie. Do not stretch the crescent roll too thin or it will break.
  6. Preheat air fryer to 320 degrees for about 2-3 minutes.
  7. Gently place the Air Fried Oreos inside the air fryer in one even row so they do not touch. If you have a smaller air fryer, cook in batches.
  8. Cook Oreos on 320 degrees for 5-6 minutes until golden brown on the outside.
  9. Carefully remove the Air Fryer Oreos from the air fryer and immediately dust them with powdered sugar if desired.
  10. Let cool for two minutes, then enjoy!

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

8

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 172Total Fat: 4gSaturated Fat: 1gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 2mgSodium: 127mgCarbohydrates: 32gFiber: 1gSugar: 21gProtein: 2g

This nutrition information is based on the exact products I used in this recipe. Brands and sizes of products could alter exact nutrition and should always be calculated independently.

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22 thoughts on “Air Fried Oreos with Crescent Rolls”

  1. Searched for this recipe after Dax Shepard and Monica Padman mentioned them on their show. Kristen Bell makes them and they love them! WIll be trying soon!

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    • That’s so cool they mentioned Air Fried Oreos on the show. I will have to take a look at that episode because I love them as a couple. These are so delicious that I eat a good half of them within 5 minutes of them coming out of the air fryer each time. lol.

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    • I had to laugh when Monica and Dax talked about these on Armchair Expert. Dax always talks about being on a paleo diet, I don’t think one could get any further away from a paleo diet while devouring these. Ha ha! About to make them, I’m so glad they talked about them.

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  2. Delicious! I only have a wire rack in mine so the bottoms wanted to stick when done, even with cooking spray on it. But the family loved them!

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    • Yes, you are going to LOVE these, Katy! My mom and sister are making them again as we speak because they were such a hit the last time I saw them.

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  3. I am going to try these with mini oreo s AND some chocolate dipping sauce!! These would be AMAZING with double stuff oreo cookies!

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    • Yum! I love drizzling some chocolate sauce on top of them, so I can already tell you they will be delicious, Stephanie! Enjoy!

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    • Hi Tammy, I have never used that kind before, but the chocolate icing should not leak through the crescent roll. Just make sure you fully wrap the Oreo without any gaps.

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  4. I just made these, my daughter is vegan (she eats Oreos, we don’t stress about the “may contain”) and I only had the flaky rolls (not biscuits) and I squashed the circles down and totherwise did exactly as you did and they’re PERFECT! Thank you!
    (AND it never occured to me a lot of the Pillsbury products were vegan, game changer!)

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    • Yes! As long as they’re not honey or butter flavored, they are vegan. That was news to me as well. So glad that worked for you and I am glad you and your daughter enjoyed them!

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