The Cuisinart Air Fryer Is Excellent For Baking Small Batches Of Cookies
Do you have the cookie craving but don’t feel like firing up the big oven and heating the whole house? Try cooking them in the Cuisinart. Yummy cookies, quick and easy, and you can even eat them warm!
Baked cookies aren’t just for ovens anymore. With the rapid heating technology of the Cuisinart Air Fryer, you can now turn cook those oven-baked favorites in your Cuisinart.
All you have to do is adjust the temperature and timer for how you’d like your cookie baked inside an air fryer. You can even cook up a batch of chocolate chip cookies in your Cuisinart Air Fryer in half the time that an oven will require!
Once you know how (and we will show you below how easy it is to do) baking cookies in an air fryer is a super convenient and foolproof way to get delicious cookies every time…
What Do Customers Say About Baking Cookies In The Cuisinart Air Fryer?
When you want a guilt-free treat, such as warm, crispy cookies that satisfy that sweet tooth (without turning on the oven), an air fryer does the trick. Even if you prefer baking your cookies in an oven, you can bake them easily by using Cuisinart. Here is what customers have to say…
Cuisinart Airfryer, Convection Toaster Oven
I timed with my regular oven and cookies, canned biscuits, frozen pizza & poppers were done in almost half the time.
- I’ve made appetizers of all kinds, a pork loin, baked fish, cookies, banana bread, nuggets, wings, casseroles… it even fits a 12-inch pizza!
- Baked bread, cookies, and cakes, made pre-packaged stuff, homemade pizzas, and air fried chicken
- Great for baking small batches like fresh cookies.
- Even my 11-year-old grandson loves how quickly I can make bacon, fries, cupcakes, and cookies!
- I’ve cooked everything from cookies to meatloaf. Most things cook in minutes.
- Love the convection feature, which makes perfect cookies and my homemade chicken pot pies.
- We Love it! I can make cookies in less than half the time. It takes three minutes to warm up and 3-1/2 minutes to bake on Convection.
- I make small batches of cookies, muffins, and fruit crisps, baked salmon, roasted chicken thighs, and reheat take-out pizza.
- It’s easy to use, and her cookies and cupcakes turn out great!
- I also baked a small batch of chocolate chip cookies.
- Fresh baked cookies in 6 minutes.
How To Bake Cookies In A Cuisinart Air Fryer
There’s something nostalgic about homemade cookies. As a kid, they were always a special treat, and cooking them with grandma in her kitchen is a memory that most of us will never forget. Now you can bring those warm memories into your home with the Cuisinart Air Fryer.
The Air Fryer uses indirect heat and circulating air to efficiently fry, roast, bake, and grill. This means you’ll get amazing results. Try baking classic peanut butter cookies for an easy sweet snack, or dig into something savory, or choc chip cookies, the options are limitless.
Here is a video showing how easy it is to bake cookies in your Cuisinart. This method is using the convection bake function as she along with many others struggle getting it right using the air fryer (but it can be done).
Also, the tip about setting it to 300 degrees instead of the recommended 350 degrees is something many people point out as being the best way to make cookies.
Can You Put Raw Cookie Dough In Air Fryer?
Can You Put Raw Cookie Dough In Air Fryer? Doesn’t that sound like something you should be able to do? Absolutely! You can put raw cookie dough in it without having to worry about making your cookies soggy.
Yes, you can put raw cookie dough in air fryer. It works great.You even use refrigerated cookie dough. Just throw it in for about 10-minutes at 300 degrees Fahrenheit and they come out perfect!
Raw cookie dough? Yes. Fresh? Yes. Scooped onto a spatula, cooked in the air fryer, and then dipped into chocolate chips for a rich, chocolaty dessert that tastes just like what you get at your favorite bakery? Absolutely. You can have it all if you have an air fryer!
Can You Use Aluminum Foil In An Air Fryer For Cookies?
You can use aluminum foil in your air fryer for cookies as clearly demonstrated in the sample video above however there are a few reasons why parchment paper is preferred.
Aluminum foil is very good at conducting heat and will heat up causing the bottom of your cookies to burn or at the very best the bottom will cook faster than the top and you will produce cookies that are unevenly cooked.
So while you can use foil for your cookies as many do you will get much better results using parchment paper. The air fryer cooks by circulating the hot air around your cookies and if you use foil there is no way for this process to work. Whereas parchment paper allows a certain amount of air through.
In summary, taste the goodness of freshly baked cookies without using an oven. Air fryers don’t heat up your kitchen, allowing you to still use the stove or other oven function for other dishes on a hot summer day. Hand-baked cookies never tasted so good!
Whether you’ve tried the classic method of baking your cookies in the oven or want to try something new, don’t do it without first consulting this recipe!
The results will be the freshest batch of baked cookies you’ve ever tasted using an Air Fryer, and you’ll be enjoying them with your favorite cold glass of milk in no time.
You may also be interested in… Can You Bake In A Cuisinart Air Fryer? (Fast & Delicious Results) and Can You Make Yogurt In A Cuisinart Pressure Cooker?
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