Making pizza rolls in the air fryer is the fastest and easiest way to get deliciously crispy pizza rolls with cheesy melty insides! Once we started cooking our pizza rolls in the air fryer, we never made them another way for my family. Super quick and easy.
16-20frozen pizza rolls2 boxes of Annie's Pizza Poppers or 1 small bag of Totino's Pizza Rolls
Preheat air fryer to 380° Fahrenheit.
When preheated, remove basket from air fryer and layer pizza rolls in one even layer. Work in batches as needed.
Cook 3 minutes. Remove basket from air fryer and shake, then return basket to air fryer. Cook another 3 minutes. Carefully remove from air fryer. Repeat with any remaining frozen pizza rolls.
Serve air fryer pizza rolls on their own or with pizza sauce, ranch, or melted garlic butter for dipping. Caution: the pizza rolls will be very hot! Let them cool a minute or two before eating.
Pizza Rolls: Use your favorite brand and type of pizza rolls here! We love both Annie's and Amy's in my house, but Totino's and Michelina's will work, too!
Be sure to shake the air fryer basket halfway through the cook time so the pizza rolls cook evenly.
If the pizza rolls explode in the air fryer basket, that means they were overcooked. Try lowering the cook time or the temperature with the next batch.
This method was tested and perfected using a Chefman air fryer. Air fryers vary from one model to another, so your cook time may be 1-2 minutes longer or shorter depending on your appliance and the size and number of pizza rolls you're cooking.
Make it Vegan: Use vegan pizza rolls.
Make it Gluten Free: Use gluten free pizza rolls.
Recipe yields approximately 4 servings. Actual number of servings will depend on your preferred portion sizes.Nutritional values shown are general guidelines and reflect information for 1 serving using 2 boxes of Annie's Three Cheese Pizza Poppers. Actual macros may vary slightly depending on specific brands and types of ingredients used.To determine the weight of one serving, prepare the recipe as instructed. Weigh the finished recipe, then divide the weight of the finished recipe (not including the weight of the container the food is in) by 4. Result will be the weight of one serving.