Can you make frozen Texas Toast garlic bread in the air fryer? Yes, you can! It’s even quicker than the regular oven!
It is way too hot in Kentucky right now to even think about turning on the oven. At least it is in this 1890, no central air house.
When it’s this hot, I utilize a lot of gadgets including my instant pot and my air fryer. This helps keep my kitchen cool in the summer.
However, sometimes, you just want some bread with your food – even salad! While I’m not making any fancy Paul Hollywood bread in my air fryer, frozen Texas toast works out wonderful! I think it’s even better than in the oven! (And quicker!)
Baking Texas Toast in the Air Fryer
Put the Texas Toast in your air fryer basket. No need for spray or anything of the sort. With my Power Air Fryer XL, we can fit in 3 pieces at a time. And since this is a 3 person family, that works out perfectly for us!
Next, turn it on at 400 degrees for 6 mins, and flip them after 3 minutes (the halfway point). (This gets it nice and toasty.)
Seriously, that’s all you have to do. No waiting for it to pre-heat, no getting foil or parchment onto your baking sheet. Simple.
» A Word About Cooking Time for the Bread: Air Fryers are all different. Your model could be different than mine and cook differently. I suggest the first time, you check your bread at the 2 minute mark and see how it’s going.
Rule of Thumb for All Air Fryer Cooking
You can use your air fryer for almost anything you’d put in your oven. There is a simple rule of thumb that you can use for most frozen foods:
- Reduce the temperature by 25 degrees and reduce the cooking time by 20%.
I hope this helps you utilize your air fryer a bit more efficiently and to help you keep your kitchen just a little bit cooler! Enjoy your Texas toast!
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