Air Fryer Nutella Biscuit Bites take just two simple ingredients to make! If you’re looking for a sweet treat, find out this easy recipe asap! Who knew that biscuit dough and powdered sugar could create such an amazing taste! Check out my other Homemade Donut Recipes for even more great breakfast recipes.
I love Nutella. There’s just something so delicious about the creamy texture and taste that keeps me coming back for more. I can’t help myself – every bite is full of that Nutella flavor and it’s a flavor that I absolutely love!
Air Fryer Nutella Biscuit Bites
Let’s be real, when you can air fry breakfast or dessert to that lovely golden brown, it’s a beautiful thing to do. I love this recipe because it takes just minutes to make and it has an amazing flavor as well.
My boys love this recipe because it’s fast and the air fryer basket is truly a breeze to clean up. When I make this simple Nutella recipe, it really is a win-win for all. If you’re ready to win the family over, this is the recipe for you!
Why aren’t the biscuits cooking all the way?
Doughy biscuits are a sign that you didn’t preheat air fryer or you didn’t put the biscuits on a single layer. Make certain that they have room to cook! The biggest mistake that people make is overcrowding the air fryer.
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Main Dish: Chicken Nugget Bento Lunch
Vegetable Side: Asparagus on George Foreman Grill
Starch Side: Instant Pot Cheeseburger Potatoes
Refreshing Drink: Strawberry Thyme Lemonade
Don’t forget Dessert: Ice Cream Cake Roll
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How do I get my biscuits to stop sticking?
You can roll them out onto a lightly floured surface so that they don’t stick to the pan or the counter. That is the easiest way to keep them from sticking.
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- 1 can refrigerated biscuits
- 1 jar of Nutella
Start by cutting the biscuits into quarters. Roll in a ball and flatten.
Be certain to spray the air basket with spray.
Put the biscuits in the basket, leave space.
Set the air fryer to 350 degrees and 15 minutes.
Cook the biscuits for 6 minutes then flip and cook for another 6 minutes.
If they're done, take them out, if they're not done put them back into another 2-3 minutes.
Put Nutella in a piping bag and put the tip in a cooled biscuit and squeeze.
Sprinkle the top with powdered sugar.
Nutrition Information:Yield: 16 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 26Total Fat: 1gSaturated Fat: 1gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 23mgCarbohydrates: 3gFiber: 0gSugar: 1gProtein: 0g
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