Air Fried Nestle Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookies
Cooked in an Airfryer, these Air Fried Nestle Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookies have all the signature qualities air fried food is known for! Brown and crispy on the outside, but still soft and gooey in the middle. Not undercooked, but noticeably still soft inside.
They’re an absolute delight!
You see, this was something of an experiment. I tried baking this delicious Nestle Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough two different ways. The oven, which is pretty normal. And the Airfryer, which is a little more adventurous.
And it turns out that the Airfryer actually has a dramatic impact on the finished cookie! By cooking them from the outside in, the Airfryer give the cookies the aforementioned crisp and soft texture. Which is pretty radical.
Of course, the recipe was originally intended for the oven; so I had to play around with the time and temperature settings of the Airfryer. Ultimately, I discovered a lower temperature of 300 degrees (the lowest my machine would go) and 7 minutes gave me the perfect air-baked cookies.
Oh, and I can’t forget to brag about the recipe!
First of all, the recipe is chock full of chocolate chips- which is always a good thing in my book! Plus, it uses two different types of sugar (granular and brown) in order to get that perfect, elusive combination of soft and chewy.
This recipe offers all the comfort of a Nestle Toll House chocolate chip cookie, with the added benefit of being homemade! And being baked in an Airfryer just makes these cookies even cooler!Print
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Thanks to Very Best Baking for the recipe!