I am always looking for new ways to use my kitchen gadgets. These Air Fryer Pizza Rolls are a great lunch or snack idea for the whole family! With all of the time we have spent together over the past few months, these pizza bites were a fun change to the normal around here!
Lunchtime is HARD, y’all. I have to admit, I am not the most creative person when it comes to what to serve for lunch at home! When the kids are at school, I am more of a “snacker” when it comes to lunch. They both want the same thing everyday, so I find myself going into autopilot…now that we have spent many, many days at home, I have had plenty of time to come up with easy and delicious meals! These pizza bites have become popular around here- the kids have even learned how to make them on their own! 🙌
Do I Need To Add Oil To The Air Fryer?
No! Although some air fryer recipes do call for a touch of oil, this recipe does not! We do strongly suggest that you spray a nonstick cooking spray to the basket before loading your ingredients to make sure the rolls to do not stick.
Can You Use Grands Biscuits?
Definitely! We like using the traditional sized biscuits to ensure they bake thoroughly, but if you have Grands on hand, you can either cut them into sixths or air fry for an additional minute or two, until they turn golden brown.
What Can I Serve With Air Fryer Pizza Rolls?
I usually serve these with side of fruit. We have really been enjoying our Honey Lime Fruit Salad (coming soon!!!) You can also serve steamed veggies, like this Quick Broccoli or a simple salad! To really make the family happy, whip up a batch of these to serve for an afternoon treat!
Ingredients for our Air Fryer Pizza Rolls
- Canned Buttermilk Biscuits
- Mini Pepperoni
- Sliced Mozzarella Cheese
- Pizza or Marinara Sauce
How to make our Air Fryer Pizza Rolls:
First, preheat air fryer to 330 degrees F. Slice each biscuit into fourths. Set aside.
Section each piece of cheese into roughly 1″ squares. Have biscuits, cheese and pepperoni out and ready to assemble.
Once air fryer is preheated, spray bottom of basket with a nonstick spray. This is a very important step! The biscuits will stick if you do not spray!
Place a single layer of biscuits along the bottom of the basket, allowing a little space between each one. This helps the air to circulate in the fryer. Be careful not to overfill! You will need to make several batches to cook the entire can.
Place a piece of cheese on top of each biscuit. If you like your pizza extra cheesy, feel free to add more!
Last, add a pepperoni (or a few) to each bite. Close air fryer and cook for 5-6 minutes.
Once the time is up, remove from the air fryer and serve with pizza sauce or whatever you like to dip your pizza in!
I hope you enjoy these fun pizza bites! Feel free to customize them with the toppings of your choice! I like to split the can and make 1/2 pizza bites and the other 1/2 cinnamon sugar bites! 😋
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- 1 10 count can buttermilk biscuits
- 1/2 cup Mini Pepperonis
- 6-8 Slices Mozzarella Cheese
- Pizza or Marinara Sauce for dipping
- First, preheat air fryer to 330 degrees F.
- Slice each biscuit into fourths.
- Section each piece of cheese into roughly 1" squares.
- Once air fryer is preheated, spray bottom of basket with a nonstick spray. This is a very important step! The biscuits will stick if you do not spray!
- Place a single layer of biscuits along the bottom of the basket, allowing a little space between each one. This helps the air to circulate in the fryer. Be careful not to overfill!
- Place a piece of cheese on top of each biscuit.
- Last, add a pepperoni (or a few) to each bite.
- Close air fryer and cook for 5-6 minutes.
- Remove from the air fryer and serve with pizza sauce or whatever you like to dip your pizza in!
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 350Total Fat: 19gSaturated Fat: 7gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 11gCholesterol: 28mgSodium: 721mgCarbohydrates: 32gFiber: 1gSugar: 3gProtein: 12g
(Nutritional information provided is an estimate and will vary based on cooking methods and brands of ingredients used.)