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Air Fried Kit Kats are a fun way to enjoy leftover Halloween candy or unwrapped Minis at any time of the year!
Air Fried Kit Kats
Kit Kats are one of my favorite candies. I admit that during the years where I had a child trick or treating, I would be known to occasionally raid their candy for the Kit Kat Minis. If you’re a fan of Kit Kats like me then check this out. You can serve Kit Kats in fair food fashion, “fried” and powdered. This recipe uses crescent rolls to create the outer shell. And, rather than deep frying, this recipe uses an air fryer oven, which means you’re using almost no oil and that there’s a lot less mess. These bite sized treats are easy to make. They make a tasty little snack, and are a fun way to use leftover Halloween candy or enjoy the unwrapped Minis during any time of the year. Here’s how to make them.
- frozen Kit Kat Minis
- crescent rolls
- powdered sugar
Freeze as many Kit Kat Minis as you’d like.
The reason you want to freeze the Kit Kats is because it will prevent the candy from melting too much in the air fryer.
Unroll the crescent rolls onto a silicone baking mat or other work surface.
Place 1 frozen Kit Kat Mini in the center of each individual crescent roll.
Wrap the crescent roll around the Kit Kat Mini.
Set the Kit Kats to cook in the air fryer oven for 10-12 minutes at 320 degrees.
Remove the Kit Kats from the air fryer.
Sprinkle the Kit Kats with powdered sugar.
Serve and enjoy!