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Frozen Texas Toast In The Air Fryer

Frozen Texas Toast In The Air Fryer

Frozen Texas Toast in the air fryer is a simple cooking method to help you get warm, golden, buttery Texas Toast on the table in no time. 

Pull out that box of Texas Toast garlic bread and let’s take a look at it. You’ve probably noticed the package has many ways to heat up Texas Toast, except for the air fryer. So we tried this a couple of different ways in our test kitchen to find out the best outcomes for frozen Texas Toast in the air fryer so you don’t have to.

It’s so easy—if you are just getting started with an air fryer in your life, this is an excellent place to begin. 

You can go right from the freezer to the air fryer without thawing the bread first—another kitchen win, in my opinion. You don’t need extra butter or pantry spices, since these loaves already have everything you need. This recipe will also work with plain, thick-cut slices of bread that aren’t the preseasoned kind. 

Golden, crisp, warm and ready to eat, I wish all of life was as easy to understand as frozen Texas Toast in the air fryer.

  1. Preheat your air fryer to 350F for a minute or two.
  2. Take the box of garlic bread Texas Toast out of the freezer.
  3. Open package and remove slices. 
  4. To the air fryer basket, add slices in one layer so they don’t stack.
  5. Heat for 5 minutes; using tongs, flip bread slices and heat for 3 more  minutes or until golden brown. 
  6. Note: Every air fryer is different, so keep checking your bread once you flip it to make sure it isn’t browning too much or too quickly.
  7. Remove to a plate with tongs.

What kind of bread is this recipe for?

We used the boxes of frozen Texas Toast garlic bread that you find in the frozen foods section at the store. They are preseasoned and already lavishly buttered so that you don’t have to do anything special to end up with delicious hunks of garlic bread fast. 

The boxes we saw don’t currently have the directions for how to do this in the air fryer, so we tested it out to check for the right cooking time and temperature. 

You can also modify this recipe for plain Texas Toast, which is another name for just white bread that is very thick. Mrs. Baird’s makes a popular Texas Toast, and if you had some in the freezer, you can pull them right out and into the air fryer. Just reduce the cook time by half and check the bread often.

Supplies to gather

  • Scissors to cut open the inner plastic package
  • Air fryer
  • Tongs
  • Serving plate
  • Box of frozen Texas Toast garlic bread, or frozen plain Texas Toast thick-cut bread

What if my bread isn’t frozen?

So, these cooking times are for frozen thick-cut bread. If you have frozen thin sandwich bread, use less time in the air fryer. If you have room temperature thick-cut bread, also give it less time in the air fryer, so you’ll need to open the fryer and keep checking, even lifting the bread with tongs to make sure the bottom isn’t getting too brown.

The bottom line

Follow these simple instructions to help you heat up a slice or two of frozen Texas Toast In The Air Fryer, since the box doesn’t have these directions to help us out.

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How To Make Frozen Texas Toast In The Air Fryer

How To Make Frozen Texas Toast In The Air Fryer

Heat up frozen Texas Toast garlic bread to a perfect, crisp golden brown. The box doesn’t have instructions for how to make it in the air fryer, so we tested it til we got it right.

Ingredients

  • 2 Frozen Texas Toast Slices

Instructions

  1. Preheat your air fryer at 350F.
  2. Take the box of garlic bread Texas Toast out of the freezer.
  3. Open the package and remove one or two slices. 
  4. To the air fryer basket, add slices in one layer so they don’t stack.
  5. Heat for 5 minutes; using tongs, flip bread slices and heat for 3 more minutes or until golden brown. 
  6. Remove to a plate with tongs and enjoy immediately.
  7. Note: Every air fryer is different, so keep checking your bread once you flip it to make sure it isn’t browning too much or too quickly. If you’re unsure, cut the toast in half with a butter knife and touch the inside. If it’s still cool to the touch, reheat it for another full minute.

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