With no prep & 12 minutes of cooking you can make the best Frozen Garlic Bread in Air Fryer. Crispy on the outside, with melting garlic butter on the inside - a great snack on its own, and an amazing side for soups and stews!
Frozen garlic bread comes in many shapes and sizes. I generally use this baguette style garlic bread, and the instructions below are based on this.
You can follow the instructions if using other types as well, just adjust the cook time. It will be about the same as what it says on the package for cooking it in the oven.
Tips & tricks
Preheat the air fryer for the very best results
Don't defrost the garlic bread, cook it straight from frozen
Don't overcrowd your air fryer - there should be air all around your bread
Don't use oil - you really don't need it
Adjust cook time depending on the size and type of the garlic bread - a good estimate to aim for is the oven cook time detailed on the package. Start with a few minutes less, check, and add more time as needed.
Check the bread a few times during the final few minutes of cooking to make sure it doesn't burn
Cook time can vary with different air fryers
If your air fryer starts to smoke it's likely due to your garlic bread having a lot of butter, and completely normal. Just add a little bit of water to the bottom of the air fryer basket and you should be fine.
Store any leftovers in the fridge in an airtight container for up to 4 days - but I recommend not air frying more than you will finish
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