I literally saw these at the grocery store last night and was like these would work perfectly in the air fryer, and it’s all in the box, how easy can it be. Plus my two teenage kids are home for breakfast in the morning, so they can eat them. LOL. There is nothing like having a glass of hot coffee and eating a homemade (semi) stuffed crescent roll. Today, I used cherry. I picked up another flavor for tomorrow.
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THIS WAS THE MUFFIN TIN THAT I USED, I HAD IT FOR A LONG TIME BECAUSE IT WAS SMALL ENOUGH TO FIT IN MY GOWISE, SECURA AND OTHER AIR FRYERS, THAT HAD BASKETS
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Air Fryer, Pillsbury Cherry Filled Crescents
This is a really easy recipe. This would be a great beginner recipe for any new air fryer owner. It’s easy to make and the dough really does well in the air fryer.
- Prep Time: 5
- Cook Time: 5
- Total Time: 10
- Yield: 8 pastry 1x
- Category: Breakfast
- Method: Air Fryer
- Cuisine: American
1 package of cherry filled crescents
- Roll the dough onto a flat surface. I always use my cutting board, since it’s level and sometimes I need to cut. (It makes a great workstation)
- Squeeze the cherry filling on the wider side. It will make it easier to roll up.
- Roll the crescent rolls from the wider side to the smaller side.
- lace them on a greased air fryer tray or basket. Be careful not to crowd them as they expand while they air dry.
- Set the temperature to 320 degree F for 5 minutes. (air fryer setting)
- Let them cool slightly, and then squeeze the icing over the tops.
- Plate, serve, and enjoy!
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