These Air Fryer Deep Fried Oreos are a healthier version of a favorite state fair sweet treat. All the same delicious flavors minus a lot of the unhealthy fat — this air fryer recipe is a great way to satisfy your sweet tooth with less guilt.
Why I Love This Recipe
The best thing about this recipe is that you only need 4 ingredients to make it! That means it’s easy to keep everything you need on hand so you can whip up this special treat whenever you want.
And since there aren’t a lot of ingredients, you’ve probably already guessed that these air fried Oreos are really easy to make. Go ahead and splash some flour on your face though to trick the family into thinking you worked up a sweat while making these.
Ingredients for Air Fryer Oreos
To make these air fryer fried Oreos, you just need 4 ingredients. Awesome, right?
- 16 Oreo cookies
- 8 canned biscuits
- 1/2 cup powdered sugar
- Cooking oil spray
Oreos: Use your favorite Oreo cookies (or other crispy chocolate cookie with creme filling) in this recipe. Whether you choose regular Oreos, double stuff Oreos, or any one of their many different flavors (peanut butter is a great one to try) — you can’t go wrong!
Biscuits: Again, you have some freedom to customize this recipe to your own taste here. Choose buttermilk biscuits, crescent rolls or sweet rolls.
Alternately, you can even use pancake mix. Make the pancake batter according to the package directions, using slightly less liquid to get a thick batter — then dip the Oreos into the batter instead of wrapping them in the biscuit dough.
Equipment Needed / Helpful Tools
- Air fryer or Ninja Foodi
- Powdered sugar shaker
- Large spoon
How to Make Air Fryer Deep Fried Oreos
You won’t believe how easy it is to make this fair favorite at home. Just a few simple steps and you’ll have a fun treat your entire family will rave about.
Step 1: Prepare dough
To begin, separate the biscuits and cut each one in half.
Step 2: Cover Oreos
Next, wrap each cookie in dough. Make sure to seal the edges so the cookie is completely covered.
Step 3: Air Fry
Spray the air fryer basket with cooking oil. Then place the cookie balls inside the basket of the air fryer in a single layer.
Make sure to leave some space between each cookie since the dough will expand during cooking. Depending on the size of your air fryer, you will probably need to cook in batches.
Spray the dough-covered cookies with the cooking spray. Cook at 370°F for 4 minutes, until the crust is golden brown. Then, flip them and cook for another 4 minutes.
Step 4: Finish and Serve
Use a large spoon to remove the fried Oreos to a plate and dust with powdered sugar.
Serve right away since they are best while they’re still warm and the filling is melted and gooey.
More Oreo Recipes
Are you an Oreo lover? Here are some more tasty recipes to try.
- Instant Pot Oreo Cheesecake
- No-Churn Oreo Ice Cream
- Mickey Mouse Cupcakes with Oreo Ears
- How To Make Our All-Time Favorite Oreo Poke Cake
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Air Fryer Deep Fried Oreos
- Air Fryer
- 16 Oreo cookies regular or double stuffed
- 1 package canned biscuits
- 1/2 cup powdered sugar
- cooking spray
- Separate biscuit dough and cut each one in half.
- Wrap each Oreo cookie in biscuit dough, completely covering cookie. Press edges to seal.
- Spray air fryer basket with oil. Place dough-covered cookies in air fryer basket leaving room to expand. Spray cookies with oil.
- Cook at 370 degrees for 4 minutes or until golden, then flip and cook other side an additional 4 minutes.
- Dust fried Oreos with powdered sugar and serve.
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2 thoughts on “Air Fryer Deep Fried Oreos Recipe”
Omg Corrine. This is not helping my Oreo craving.
I love a shortcut recipe like this one. Deep-fried Oreos is my weakness and making them in an air fryer sounds so much better!