Are you ready to make Air Fryer Biscuits in just 8 minutes? It’s time to make these quick and easy biscuits!
If you enjoyed these Air Fryer Cinnamon Rolls, then you will be happy to know you can do the same thing with canned biscuits in the air fryer too.
Using a package of canned biscuits to make cinnamon rolls or biscuits in the air fryer is by far one of the easiest ways to cook these.
We happen to love it because there is no preheating, no major clean-up, no waiting on the oven to warm up, and easy for the kids to make.
I can actually toss these in the air fryer in the morning while getting ready and they are ready to go for the kids while I’m still finishing up getting ready for the day.
Tips for Making Air Fryer Biscuits:
All air fryers heat differently, I may need to say it a little louder again…all air fryers heat differently. It makes it EXTREMELY difficult to call out times because of this major factor.
In saying that, using a Ninja Air Fryer, 8 minutes is the perfect time for these.
I also have made these by flipping them over halfway through the cooking time and also just leaving them for 8 minutes, it works either way.
I have seen mentioned many times before in the Air Fryer Cinnamon Rolls that many find it’s best to flip them after 4 minutes so they evenly cook on both sides, that is perfectly fine to do.
If you do preheat your air fryer, cut the cooking time in half because the air fryer will be much warmer than adding them to a cold air fryer.
I have found that the Pillsbury Grands Canned Biscuits work the best for this, but you can use any that you prefer.
What can you pair Air Fryer Biscuits with?
Air Fryer Biscuits
- 1 Can Pillsbury Biscuits
- Cooking Oil Spray of Choice
- Coat the air fryer with cooking oil spray, choices like coconut oil or grapeseed.
- Evenly place the biscuits in the air fryer.
- Cook at 360*F for 4 minutes.
- Flip the biscuits and cook an additional 4 minutes at 360*F.
- Remove and Serve. **See Note**