This Totinos pizza air fryer recipe is the best way to cook Totino’s party pizza because it’s quick and it’s easy, there’s no need to heat up the oven and there’s very little cleanup required when you use the air fryer.
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I like to make these Totino’s frozen pizzas in the air fryer because they seem to be tailor-made to fit my square Cosori air fryer perfectly and they cook so fast. I can have these thin crust pizzas ready in less than 15 minutes, from start to finish.
Totinos pizza is budget friendly and makes for a great after-school snack or quick dinner on a busy night. Another easy snack to make is air fryer pizza rolls.
Tips for Success
For best results with this recipe, preheat the air fryer at a higher temperature and air fry the Totino’s party pizza at a lower temperature. If find that this allows for more even cooking.
Don’t thaw the frozen pizza before air frying it.
Every air fryer will vary. The first time you make this recipe, monitor the Totinos pizza and check on it 2 minutes before the cooking time is up. Adjust the recipe as needed.
Change things up by adding some extra topping after the pizza has cooked. You can add chopped basil, arugula, fresh tomatoes, and sauteed vegetables (e.g. thinly sliced or chopped onions, bell peppers, or mushrooms).
Serve the pizza right away to prevent it from becoming soggy.
You shouldn’t need to use oil in this recipe. I haven’t had any issues with sticking. If you want extra crispy pizza, you can use an oil spray to coat the basket lightly. Use olive oil, avocado oil, or vegetable oil. I prefer to use avocado oil due to the high smoke point. And I avoid canned cooking spray.
I like to preheat the air fryer at 400 degrees F but cook the pizza for about 11 minutes at 370 degrees Fahrenheit. You can increase the temperature to 400 degrees if you want a crispier crust.
I used Totino’s Party Pizza – Totinos triple cheese pizza, pepperoni, or triple meat . You don’t need to use Totinos – you can use Trader Joes or any other brand. You can use personal pizzas too. You might need to adjust the cooking time. Just keep an eye on it while they’re cooking.
This recipe was tested using Cosori and Duo Crisp brands of air fryer. You can use other brands including the Ninja Foodi.
Air fry it for a few extra minutes at 400 degrees. To get a softer crust, reduce the cooking time by a minute.
Yes, reheating pizza in the air fryer is super easy. Air fry the pizza for 2 to 3 minutes at 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
It depends on the capacity of your air fryer. You just need to make sure that they’re not packed too tight, which can prevent air circulation. If you need to air fry double the quantity, you can do it in two batches. The second batch may take less time to cook because the air fryer is hot.
Totino’s Pizza Air Fryer Directions
- Keep pizza frozen until ready to use
- Preheat air fryer
- Place frozen pizza in air fryer tray
- Air fry pizza
- Serve pizza immediately
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Air Fryer Frozen Pizza
- 1 package frozen pizza – Totino's party pizza *
Air Fryer Instructions
- Place the empty air fryer basket in the air fryer and preheat at 400 degrees Fahrenheit for 4 minutes.
- Add the frozen pizza to the air fryer basket.
- Air fry for 11 minutes at 370 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Use a large spatula to transfer the pizza to a cutting board, cut and serve immediately.
- * Totino’s brand party pizza was used in this recipe. Nutrition information is for Totino’s pepperoni pizza.
- Every air fryer will vary. The first time you make this recipe, monitor the pizza and check on it after 9 minutes. Continue to air fry for another 2 minutes if it’s not cooked to your liking.
- Don’t thaw the pizza before air frying it.
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