Just when you thought you’d tried it all, along comes these amazing Air Fryer cookies to show you once again how versatile this appliance really is.
Because you can never have too many Air Fryer recipes, right?
10 Easy Air Fryer Cookies Recipes
If you haven’t jumped on the Air Fryer bandwagon yet, consider this your sign.
This countertop appliance may take up a bit of room, but it uses less energy than your oven and cooks everything from cakes to whole chickens.
And believe it or not, you can also use it to make delicious cookies!
These Air fryer cookies are quick, easy to make, and ideal for anyone in need of a small batch of something sweet fast.
In my house, chocolate chip cookies are the ultimate homemade treat. They’re sweet, soft, chocolatey, and absolutely irresistible.
And they’re just as tasty when you make them in the Air Fryer.
They’re incredibly buttery and ridiculously yummy. Plus, you’ll love how gooey and flavorful they are.
And the best part? You can have them ready in less than 10 minutes!
Heart-shaped or not, these sugar cookies are ones you won’t want to miss.
They’re delightfully sweet and sugary and have the most fantastic texture. It’s the perfect balance between chewy and crunchy.
You’ll need seven simple ingredients, and the cooking time is a convenient 10 minutes.
Furthermore, with the right cookie cutter, you can tailor them to any holiday.
Remember those old-fashioned peanut butter cookies your mom used to make?
That is precisely what these cookies are – only these are much quicker and easier to whip up.
All you’ll need is peanut butter, sugar, and a single egg. Ready in just 8 minutes, they’re pretty darn impressive.
Oh, and they have fewer than 100 calories per cookie! So they’re perfect for guilt-free snacking.
Who doesn’t love the sweet, cinnamony flavor of snickerdoodles?
I love the way they taste and how they make my kitchen smell while they’re baking.
(Yes, they still give off that wonderful aroma even if you cook them in an Air Fryer.)
These require a few more ingredients and a bit more time than some of the other options on the list.
Even so, you can still have them ready in less than 20 minutes.
Looking for something a bit more colorful for a special occasion? Give these super soft red velvet cake mix cookies a try.
As the name implies, you’ll make them with red velvet cake mix. Plus eggs, vegetable oil, and white chocolate chips.
Because you’ll make them with cake mix, they’re wonderfully fluffy.
And the gorgeous color also makes them a hit for Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, and Christmas.
M&M cookies are always a family favorite – especially with the kiddos.
They feature crisp edges, soft centers, and multi-hued pops of color throughout.
As the cookies bake, the chocolate in the M&Ms gets nice and gooey. And some of the colors melt, too, making it almost tie-dyed.
I love these for Halloween, but they taste great any time of year.
These cookies also feature crispy edges and gooey, chewy centers. You won’t add M&Ms to them, though.
Instead, you’ll fill them with white chocolate chips and macadamia nuts. Yum!
It’s an excellent combination if you’re looking for a more sophisticated “adult” cookie.
And the rich, nutty flavor with the sweet white chocolate chips makes them almost addictive.
The dough does need a couple of hours to chill before baking. But it’s worth it!
I didn’t lie earlier. Homemade chocolate chip cookies are my all-time favorite.
But I’m also a sucker for a chewy oatmeal cookie. Especially ones I can make in 10 minutes with as few as four ingredients.
As cookies go, these are also pretty healthy. You’ll make them with oats and sweeten them with applesauce and maple syrup.
You can also alter them to suit your tastes with optional add-ins, like cinnamon, raisins, chocolate chips, nuts, and other dried fruits. Delish!
Do you have a serious sweet tooth for chocolate but hate spending lots of time in the kitchen?
Then these Air Fryer double chocolate chunk cookies are your new dream come true.
You can make them in about 20 minutes with only four ingredients. And each one features a double dose of chocolatey goodness.
You’ll use chocolate cake mix and an entire cup of chocolate chunks for extra ooey-gooeyness.
Chocoholic or not, these are impossible to turn down.
Lastly, let’s check out these adorable Air Fryer gingerbread men.
That’s right! You can make everyone’s favorite holiday cookies right in your Air Fryer.
They’re festive, sweetly spiced, and ready in less than 30 minutes.
Sweetened with molasses and brown sugar for a warm, you’ll love the comforting notes of cinnamon, ginger, and cloves, too.
As for shaping, use whatever cookie cutter you like.
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