Air-Fried Oreos Are Going Viral, and Yes, Please!

A woman using an air fryer and crescent roll dough to make fried oreos.

First, there was the Instant Pot, and now, there’s the air fryer. This popular kitchen appliance is also a key element of one of the internet’s latest food sensations: air-fried Oreos.

If you’ve never had the pleasure of eating a fried Oreo, we’re sorry. The slightly salty outer shell, the softened cookie, the creamy filling, it’s all truly *chef’s kiss.* The good news is, thanks to a viral air-fryer hack on TikTok, you can now make this fair food in the comfort of your home without any batter.

Folks on TikTok are using crescent rolls, Oreos, and powdered sugar to create these treats. First, you lay out the crescent roll dough and tear it into sections as you go. Next, place an Oreo in the center and fold the dough over the top until the cookie is completely covered. Place it in the air fryer for about five minutes between 320-350 degrees Fahrenheit.

When it’s finished, pull out your newly fried crescent roll and Oreo combo, dust some powdered sugar on top (you can also use chocolate sauce) and you have an instant (okay, five-minute) fair food.

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Of course, if Oreos aren’t your thing, you can find tons of delicious dishes to make on TikTok. If you’re more of a Reese’s person, try this mug cake. Prefer something more savory? Give this nacho table a shot.

No matter what you’re looking for, be sure to make TikTok a regular stop on your culinary adventures.

[Via Southern Living]

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