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These 2 ingredient air fryer Snickers bring the county fair to your kitchen in less than 10 minutes.
Is there anyone out there that doesn’t love fair food?
The blooming onions, pronto pups, chicken on a stick and turkey legs are some of my favorite savory dishes. But if you know me, you know I’m really there for the sweets.
Funnel cakes, ice cream, cotton candy and just about any candy, cookie or Twinkie you can dream up – deep fried!
When I was pregnant with my daughter, I literally dreamed about fair food. And since these 2 Ingredient Air Fryer Snickers are puffed up in the air fryer instead of grease, they are ever so slightly better for you than the real deal at the fair.
See how I made you feel good about this delicious dessert? That’s what friends are for.
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2 Ingredient Air Fryer Snickers Bundles
These little bundles of yumminess will make any day a little more of a celebration. The crescent dough puffs up and gives you that deep fried feel while the Snickers inside gets all gooey and melted.
Enough talk, let’s get to the recipe so that you can have a 2 Ingredient Air Fryer Snickers on your plate in just a couple of minutes.
What You Need:
- Mini Snickers
- 1 Container Crescent Roll Dough
- Air Fryer
Directions for Fried Snickers Bars
Preheat your Air Fryer for 3-5 minutes at 350 degrees.
Lay one crescent roll triangle flat.
Place 2 unwrapped mini Snickers or one fun size in the center of the roll.
Fold the crescent roll around the Snickers to create a bundle.
Pinch all the sides together to create a seal.
Place the bundles into the air fryer.
Cook for 6 minutes at 350 degrees.
Flip the bundles and cook for an additional 2 minutes.
Optional: Dust with powdered sugar before serving.
How to Amp Up The Wow Factor
For an even more decadent dessert, brush the fried snickers with some melted butter using a pastry brush before dusting with powdered sugar.