These are so easy to make. I mean they are so simple, and you know what they make an amazing breakfast with a cup of hot coffee. My kids really enjoyed eating them, as they were doing school. They are the simplest Air Fryer Lemon Danish you will ever make.
The Secret To This Recipe–
The real secret to this recipe is the biscuit dough. It rises and bakes up so lovely in the air fryer. It becomes easy to manipulate and it is so versatile, you can literaly make a new biscuit recipe every day in the air fyrer, and still never be done with reipes.
I love lemon I think it’s one of the most underrated pie fillings. And the lemon today brings out the butter flavor of the biscuits. So your bite has a bit of butter and a bit of sour, creating the perfect bite. When you add the icing, you really are in for an easy treat.
This entire air fryer lemon danish can be prepared in under 15 minutes.
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The Ingredients Are Simple,
- Buttermilk Biscuits
- Lemon Pie Filling
- Powdered Sugar
The Instructions Are Super Simple–
Use the back of a spatula, to make a hole, or simply press your finger in, widen the circle to get a few tablespoons of filling, per biscuit.
Spoon in the fillin
Set on the tray ( I could fit four) or in the air fryer basket. (make sure both are sprayed with olive oil, otherwise, your pastry will stick
Set in the oven, and set the temperature to 320 degrees F, for 4 to 6 minutes.
Meanwhile, make the icing, mix together the powdered sugar and milk, mix (and add in more milk) until it’s easy to drizzle.
Drizzle over the pastry
Plate, serve, and enjoy!
Note; The exact time of this recipe is going to depend on your air fryer. If they are not cooked after 4 minutes, just continue air frying for about 2 minutes more.
Some Tips In Making Air Fryer Lemon Danish–
Make sure the biscuits are fully cooked. Unfotuenly all air fryers cook at different times. The time will vary between 4 and 6 minutes. Just make sure the biscuit is golden brown before you remove it.
Using parchment paper on an air fryer basket will really help you bake these, as they will be easier to remove and the dough will not fall through.
Let the danish cool slightly before you add the icing, otherwise, the icing will runoff.
Play around with the fillings, if you do not like lemon, add raspberry, blueberry, etc. Make this recipe you own.
Some Common Questions–
Can I use Homemade Biscuit Dough For This Recipe?
Yes, you can. I just used premade because it’s a simple and easy breakfast recipe, using premade.
Can I use Crescent Dough For This Recipe?
Yes, although the texture will change a bit, you will still get the same flavors.
How Do I Store the Air Fryer Lemon Danish?
They are best when they are fresh, but if you have any leftovers. Simply, let them cool to room temperature, and then place an airtight container, and place in the refrigerator. They should last for a day or two.
Don’t Forget To Pin, Air Fryer Lemon Danish—Print
This is one of the easiest breakfasts that you can make in the air fryer. Lemon is awesome with a buttery crust from the biscuit.
- 1 Package of Buttermilk Biscuits
- 1 cup of Lemon Pie Filling
- 1 cup Powdered Sugar
- 3–4 tablespoons Milk
- Use the back of a spatula, to make a hole, or simply press your finger in, widen the circle to get a few tablespoons of filling, per biscuit.
- Spoon in the filling
- Set on the tray ( I could fit four) or in the air fryer basket. (make sure both are sprayed with olive oil, otherwise, your pastry will stick.
- Set in the oven, and set the temperature to 320 degrees F, for 4 to 6 minutes.
- Meanwhile, make the icing, mix together the powdered sugar and milk, mix (and add in more milk) until it’s easy to drizzle.
- Drizzle over the pastry
- Plate, serve, and enjoy!
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