Wow, you are going to love air fried frozen pizza rolls. These are so good and quick. Crispy pizza rolls in the air fryer are way too easy and it’s hard to cook them any other way.

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How to Cook Air Fried Frozen Pizza Rolls in the Air Fryer

After a few minutes, these air fried pizza rolls are crispy and perfect. Just make sure to allow them to cool because they’re super hot in the inside. Our time and temperatures for the regular size and minis are below in the recipe box.

Tips for Cooking Frozen Pizza Rolls in the Air Fryer

  • Don’t over cook them. The filling will start to ooze/expode out. Every air fryer cooks a little differently so adjust for your particular make and model.
  • Spread the pizza rolls out in a single layer. Don’t stack and put too many in the basket/tray. It’s better to cook in batches if needed.
  • No Oil Spray is needed. The outsides cook up crispy without any extra spray. Just take them straight from the freezer to the air fryer and cook. No thawing and no oil spray.
  • Let them rest a little before eating. The insides can be dangerously hot.
  • See recipe box below for the details.
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Video: Cooking Frozen Pizza Rolls in the Air Fryer

Here’s the brands we used, which are 3 different ones. They tasted great. There’s so many different brands out there and the pizza rolls vary in size and thickness. Also, air fryers cook different too as some cook hotter and quicker than others. So our time and temp is a starting point for you. You can test one first and see how it works for your specific model and type of pizza roll.

different brands of totinos and annies pizza poppers
step by step making pizza rolls in the air fryer
Air Fried Frozen Pizza Rolls in the Air Fryer |

Air Fryer Frozen Pizza Rolls

There are several factors to timing of cooking the pizza rolls. They all vary in size and filling, so you’ll have to adjust timing. All air fryers are different and some cook much hotter than others. Once you cook your first batch, you’ll know more of what works for your model of air fryer and size of food.  
If your filling is exploding everywhere, you probably overcooked them a bit. Try reducing either time or temperature a little next time. Read more recipe notes below the recipe. These recipes were tested on basket style air fryers. Serving size is about 6 rolls.
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  • 18 (170 g) Frozen Pizza Rolls



  • Place the pizza rolls in the air fryer basket and spread out in to a single even layer. Don't overcrowd the basket or else they won't cook evenly. No oil spray is needed.
  • For Regular Sized Pizza Rolls: Air Fry at 380°F/193°C for 6-10 minutes or until golden and nearly starting to ooze their filling. Shake and flip over about halfway through cooking.
  • For Mini Sized Pizza Rolls: Air Fry at 380°F/193°C for 5-8 minutes or until golden and nearly starting to ooze their filling. Shake and flip over about halfway through cooking.
  • Let them rest for a couple minutes to cool off so the filling isn't dangerously hot. Be careful with that first bite!


Air Frying Tips and Notes:
  1. No Oil Necessary. Cook Frozen – Do not thaw first.
  2. Shake or turn if needed. Don’t overcrowd the air fryer basket.
  3. Recipe timing is based on a non-preheated air fryer. If cooking in multiple batches of pizza rolls back to back, the following batches may cook a little quicker. 
  4. Recipes were tested in 3.7 to 6 qt. air fryers. If using a larger air fryer, the pizza rolls might cook quicker so adjust cooking time.
  5. Remember to set a timer to shake/flip/toss as directed in recipe.

If your air fryer is preheated or if you are cooking multiple batches, you may need to reduce timing by a few minutes (unless preheating is called for in the recipe).


Nutrition Information

Calories: 210kcal, Carbohydrates: 30g, Protein: 6g, Fat: 8g, Saturated Fat: 2g, Cholesterol: 5mg, Fiber: 1g, Sugar: 2g

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