Air Fryer Frozen Garlic Bread
Making air fryer frozen garlic bread is an easy and quick way to prepare frozen garlic bread. Cooking it in the air fryer allows you to make the frozen garlic bread nice and crispy, plus you don’t have to heat up your entire oven.
Frozen Garlic Bread In Air Fryer
Frozen garlic bread can easily be made in the air fryer, which allows you to make delicious garlic bread in a matter of minutes. This is especially ideal, if you don’t want to go to the hassle of heating up your entire oven, or simply don’t have any space in the oven.
What Makes This Recipe So Good
Making air fryer frozen garlic bread is delicious because it cooks the garlic bread to perfection and is super simple to do.
Air Fryer Frozen Texas Toast or Cheese Bread
Ingredients for Frozen Garlic Bread in Air Fryer
Frozen Garlic Bread. For this recipe, you can use any type of frozen garlic bread.
You can use the kind that comes in a loaf, in the freezer section, or you can use sliced garlic bread like Texas toast.
Cheese (optional). Adding cheese to your frozen garlic bread is completely optional. Some garlic bread comes with shredded cheese on it already, but others do not.
If you want to add a bit of Parmesan or shredded cheese to your garlic bread, feel free to do this before cooking it in the air fryer.
How to Make Air Fried Frozen Texas Toast (cheese bread)
Step 1: Spray air fryer
Begin by preheating the air fryer to 375°F. Once the air fryer is preheated, you can spray the air fryer basket with your desired cooking spray. This will help prevent the garlic bread from sticking to it.
Please note that some air fryers do not need to be sprayed with cooking spray, as they already have a nonstick surface.
Step 2: Add Texas toast garlic bread
Next, you can simply add your frozen garlic bread into the air fryer basket. If you are using sliced garlic bread, then you can add as many pieces as will fit in a single layer into the air fryer basket.
If you are using a frozen loaf, you may want to cut it first before adding it into the air fryer basket.
Step 3: Cook Texas toast in air fryer
Close the air fryer, once the toast has been added, then bake in the air fryer at 375°F for approximately 8 to 10 minutes or until the toast is as crispy as you desire.
Step 4: Serve
Once the food is cooked in your air fryer to your preference, remove it from the basket, serve right away and enjoy!
How long do you cook frozen garlic bread in the air fryer?
How long do you cook the food in your air fryer may vary depending on your specific kitchen utensil and how much toast you are trying to cook. On average, at 375°F, most garlic bread will be air fried within 6 to 8 minutes.
You can increase the temperature of the air fryer if you like it done faster. To air fry your frozen garlic bread in 4 to 5 minutes, you can increase the temperature to 400°F.
If you choose to air fry your frozen garlic bread at 340°F, it will likely take between 7 and 10 minutes for about four slices of bread. If you’re only air frying one to two slices, it might take less time, usually around five or six minutes.
Please keep in mind, all of the cooking times depend on your specific air fryer, what temperature you use to cook at, and how many slices you are cooking at a time.
Tips for Making Air Fryer Garlic Bread
Cooking time. The best tip to keep in mind when air frying frozen garlic bread, is to set the cook time for less than you think you will eat, then add more until your garlic bread is toasted to your preference.
Add cheese. One of the best variations for this recipe, is to add your own shredded cheese onto the garlic bread before air frying it. You can use any type of cheese you prefer, simply top the bread with shredded cheese, then air fry it to your preference.
Prep And Storage
Preparation. There is no preparation needed when air frying garlic bread. All you have to do is remove it from the freezer, open the packaging, and add it into your air fryer basket. Simple as that.
Storage. If there happens to be any leftover frozen garlic bread, if it is still frozen you can place it back into the freezer. However, after it has been air fried, we recommend storing it in the fridge for up to 3 to 4 days.
Reheat garlic bread in air fryer
The best way to reheat any leftover frozen garlic bread is in the air fryer. If it has already been air fried once, all you must do is reheat it. Preheat your air fryer to 350°F, then add your slices of bread into the air fryer basket.
Air fry for approximately 5 to 6 minutes or until your bread is warmed through, and crispy once more.
What to Serve with Air Fryer Garlic Bread
Frequently Asked Questions
Can you do frozen garlic bread in the air fryer?
Absolutely! Air frying frozen garlic bread is a quick and easy way to prepare frozen garlic bread in a hurry. Plus it’s a great way to make it when you don’t want to heat up the entire oven.
Do you need to thaw frozen garlic bread?
No, it’s actually best that you do not thaw the frozen garlic bread before air frying it. When you move it directly from the freezer into the air fryer, it will get a much crispier and have a more desirable texture.
How to cook frozen garlic bread in air fryer?
Cooking frozen garlic bread in the air fryer is very simple. All you have to do is removed it from the freezer, open the packaging, and cook it in the air fryer.
How long to toast frozen garlic bread in air fryer?
How long do you toast bread in the air fryer depends on your specific air fryer, how many slices of bread you are cooking, and how crispy you like the toast to be. On average, when air frying the bread at 375°F, it will take between five and eight minutes.
What to eat with garlic bread?
Air Fryer Frozen Texas Toast (with cheese or without)
Frozen garlic bread can easily be prepared in the air fryer and cooked to perfection. You can make your garlic bread with or without shredded cheese and toast it until it is done to your liking.
Making frozen Texas toast in the air fryer, is a quick and easy way to prepare a few slices at a time, so that you don’t have to heat up the entire oven.
We hope you’ll give this recipe a try, and we hope you enjoy it! Be sure to comment below and let us know what you think.