Pizza night just got even better thanks to this air fryer tortilla pizza! With a crispy crust and gooey, melty cheese, you won’t miss traditional pizza at all.
Want to satisfy your pizza cravings without all the heavy carbs you get from a traditional crust? This air fryer tortilla pizza delivers all the saucy and melty-cheese goodness you crave!
You’re going to love how crispy the tortilla wrap gets. It’s like an ultra-thin crust pizza! And best of all, this little personal pizza can be ready in 10 minutes flat. How great does that sound?
So the next time you’re craving pizza but don’t want to wait for delivery or make an entire frozen pie, you have to try this tortilla pizza recipe. It couldn’t be easier, and the result is guaranteed to satisfy all your pizza cravings!
How to Make Air Fryer Tortilla Pizza
A full printable version of this recipe with ingredient measurements is available at the bottom of this post.
STEP ONE: Preheat the air fryer to 400 degrees F.
STEP TWO: Spread oil over the entire surface of the tortilla, then place the tortilla in the basket.
STEP THREE: Carefully add the sauce and spread in the center, leaving a ½ inch border around the edges.
STEP FOUR; Sprinkle the cheese evenly on top of the sauce, then add a little oregano over the cheese.
STEP FIVE: Cook for 4-5 minutes until the tortilla is golden and the cheese is bubbling. Serve warm and enjoy!
What to Serve with Air Fryer Pizza Tortilla
- Bacon Cheese Fries
- Bacon Ranch Pasta Salad
- Broccoli Salad
- Garlic Cheese Bread
- Air Fryer Garlic Knots
- Instant Pot Carrots
How Long to Cook Air Fryer Tortilla Pizza
The key with tortilla pizza is that you want the bottom to have that nice, satisfying crunch and for the cheese to get perfectly melted and bubbly. The tortilla should also be golden around the edges.
As long as you’ve preheated the air fryer, this should only take a few minutes. I usually cook my tortilla pizza for about 5 minutes and definitely no more. I don’t want my tortilla getting burnt!
The time may vary slightly depending on what kind of tortilla you use, but 4-5 minutes should be sufficient
Tips for Making the Best Tortilla Pizza in the Air Fryer
- I recommend using a flour tortilla for your pizza. A corn tortilla won’t have quite the right texture.
- Be careful adding the sauce, cheese, and oregano to the pizza in the air fryer basket. You don’t want anything to fall off the pizza and burn at the bottom.
- Don’t overload your pizza with too much sauce. This could make the tortilla soggy, which will prevent it from getting that amazing crispiness we want.
- Want to add more toppings? Some thin slices of pepperoni or a little crumbled bacon would be delicious! Just be careful not to overload the pizza.
- Check on the pizza after 4 minutes to make sure it isn’t overcooking. You want the tortilla to be golden and the cheese to be bubbling.
- Serve right away! Pizza is always best when it’s hot!
More Air Fryer Pizza Recipes
- Air Fryer Frozen Pizza Rolls
- Air Fryer Pizza
- French Bread Pizza in the Air Fryer
- Frozen Pizza in the Air Fryer
- Reheat Pizza in the Air Fryer
More Delicious Air Fryer Snacks
- Air Fryer Crab Rangoon
- Air Fryer Chicken Wings
- Air Fryer Peanut Butter and Jelly
- Air Fryer Blooming Onion
- Air Fryer Potato Chips
- Air Fryer Tortilla Chips
- Air Fryer Mozzarella Sticks
- 1 flour tortilla shell
- ½ teaspoon olive oil
- 1-2 tablespoons pizza sauce (depending on preference)
- ¼ cup shredded mozzarella cheese
- Pinch oregano
- Preheat air fryer to 400 F
- Place the tortilla in the basket, then spread the oil over the entire surface
- Add the sauce and spread in the center, leaving a ½” border
- Sprinkle the cheese evenly overtop of the sauce, then sprinkle oregano on tip
- Cook for 4-5 minutes, until tortilla is golden and the cheese is bubbling
- Serve warm.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 428Total Fat: 11gSaturated Fat: 4gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 6gCholesterol: 14mgSodium: 492mgCarbohydrates: 64gFiber: 4gSugar: 2gProtein: 16g
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.