Your new favourite will be these air fryer-made Cheesy Garlic Crescent Rolls! These Pillsbury crescents have cheese inside and a delicious garlic butter on top. They’re a quick and simple side dish or appetiser that the whole family will love!


  1. One cup of shredded mozzarella cheese;
  2. Two tablespoons of melted butte
  3.  eight ounces of chilled crescent roll can
  4. Two cloves of sliced, small garlic
  5. One tsp of Italian spice
  6. Applying a final coat to the crescent rolls
  7. 1 tablespoon of melted butter


  1.  Instructions for Using an Air Fryer: First, coat the frying tray within the air fryer basket with oil. This will lessen the likelihood of sticking.
  2. Set the timer for eight minutes and preheat the air fryer to 325 degrees Fahrenheit.
  3. Combine the Italian seasoning, chopped garlic, and melted butter in a small bowl.
  4. Split the triangles apart after opening the crescent rolls. Spread a small amount of shredded mozzarella cheese onto the crescents’ widest area. Turn the crescents. Squeeze the ends together to prevent any cheese from escaping. *If you want to see how I rolled my crescents, watch my video or visit my post for step-by-step photos.
  5. Distribute the butter garlic mixture over each crescent.
  6. When the crescent rolls are golden brown, add them to the air fryer and cook for 7 to 8 minutes. Make sure you follow up with them midway through.
  7. When finished, carefully slide the crescents out of the air fryer. After brushing with more melted butter, savour


  •  Keep leftovers in the fridge for up to 4 days in an airtight container.You can microwave leftovers for 15 seconds at a time until they’re warm. Don’t overheat them in the microwave. These can also be warmed up in the air fryer for two to four minutes at 300 degrees Fahrenheit.Before cooking your crescents, make sure you coat the frying tray in cooking oil to avoid sticking.
  • Before cooking your crescents, make sure you coat the frying tray in cooking oil to avoid sticking.
  • *Dice the garlic cloves very finely. Large chunks of garlic can have a hot, harsh flavour.Pay attention to these. Since these rolls cook quickly, don’t set it and forget it! At the midway point, begin to check for doneness.Give the crescents a little wriggle to help you carefully take them from the air fryer once they’ve finished cooking.
  • After the crescents are cooked, brush them with some more melted butter. *Since every air fryer is different, you will need to make adjustments according to your particular air fryer. I tested this recipe using my Instant Vortex Plus.





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