How to Cook Totino’s Pizza in Air Fryer?

How to Cook Totino’s Pizza in Air Fryer?

If you’re a pizza lover like me, you’re always on the lookout for new and exciting ways to enjoy your favorite food. The good news is, you don’t need an oven to bake your Totino’s Pizza to perfection. In fact, with an air fryer, you can have a crispy and delicious pizza in no time!

Don’t know how to cook Totino’s Pizza in an air fryer? No worries, I’ve got you covered. Follow these simple steps and you’ll be enjoying a hot and crispy pizza in just a few minutes.

Key Takeaways

  • Cooking Totino’s Pizza in an air fryer is easy and convenient.
  • Preheating the air fryer is crucial for achieving a crispy crust.
  • Flipping the pizza halfway through the cooking process helps to ensure that both sides are evenly cooked.
  • Checking for doneness is important; you want your pizza to be crispy and golden brown.

Preparing the Air Fryer

Before I start cooking my Totino’s Pizza, I always make sure to prepare my air fryer to ensure optimal cooking conditions. Here’s how I do it:

  1. Clean the air fryer: I start by cleaning the air fryer basket and tray with warm, soapy water and a non-abrasive sponge. I make sure to dry them thoroughly before using the air fryer.
  2. Preheat the air fryer: I preheat the air fryer to the required temperature for the pizza I’m cooking. This ensures that the pizza cooks evenly and the crust becomes crispy.
  3. Grease the basket or tray: I lightly coat the basket or tray with cooking spray or oil to prevent the pizza from sticking to it while cooking. This also helps to give the crust a golden crispy finish.

By following these simple preparation steps, I guarantee that my Totino’s Pizza will cook evenly and have a delicious crispy crust every time!

Preheating the Air Fryer

Preheating your air fryer is a crucial step in cooking Totino’s Pizza to perfection. This will ensure that the pizza cooks evenly and achieves a crispy crust.

To preheat your air fryer, set the temperature to 400°F and let it run for 5 minutes. This will allow the air fryer to reach the desired cooking temperature and ensure that the pizza is cooked evenly.

It’s important to note that different air fryer models may have slightly different preheating times, so be sure to check your instruction manual for specific guidance.

Tip: While the air fryer is preheating, you can take this time to prep your Totino’s Pizza by removing it from the packaging and placing it on a plate or cutting board. This will make it easier to transfer the pizza into the air fryer once it’s preheated.

Cooking Time and Temperature

The cooking time and temperature are essential for achieving the perfect Totino’s Pizza in the air fryer. Here are some guidelines to follow:

Pizza Type Cooking Time Temperature
Original Crust 9-10 minutes 380°F
Party Pizza 8-9 Minutes 380°F
Triple Cheese 8-9 Minutes 380°F

It’s important to note that air fryers can vary in temperature and cooking time. Use these guidelines as a starting point and adjust accordingly based on your air fryer’s performance and the pizza’s doneness.

Keep an eye on the pizza during the cooking process and adjust the temperature or cooking time as needed to achieve your desired level of crispiness. It may take a few tries to find the perfect time and temperature for your specific air fryer and pizza.

Placing the Pizza in the Air Fryer

Now that you’ve preheated your air fryer, it’s time to place the Totino’s Pizza inside. First, remove the pizza from its packaging and discard the plastic wrap. Next, carefully place the pizza in the air fryer basket.

Make sure to center the pizza in the basket to ensure even cooking. If you’re cooking multiple pizzas, make sure to leave enough space around each pizza to allow for proper air circulation. Avoid stacking the pizzas on top of each other, as this can lead to uneven cooking.

Once you’ve placed the pizza in the air fryer, it’s time to start cooking. Set the air fryer to the recommended time and temperature for your specific model, and let it do its magic!

Flipping the Pizza

After the first few minutes of cooking, it’s time to flip the pizza to ensure both sides are evenly cooked. Use a pair of tongs to carefully lift the pizza and flip it over. Be gentle to avoid any toppings from falling off.

If you’re worried about the pizza sticking to the air fryer basket, use a spatula to help lift it up and flip it over. Don’t worry if the pizza seems a bit floppy or uneven at this point – it will continue to cook and firm up as it cooks on the other side.

Set the timer for another few minutes, depending on how crispy you like your crust. Flipping the pizza will give it that perfect crispiness and even coating of sauce and cheese.


If you’re cooking multiple pizzas in the air fryer, make sure to clean the basket before adding the next one. Any leftover cheese or sauce can burn and affect the taste of the next pizza.

Checking for Doneness

After cooking your Totino’s Pizza in the air fryer, it’s important to check if it’s cooked to perfection. Here are some signs to look for to determine if it’s done:

  • Crispiness: Take a look at the pizza crust. It should be crispy and golden brown.
  • Cheese: The cheese on top of the pizza should be melted and bubbly.
  • Temperature: Use a thermometer to check the internal temperature of the pizza. It should reach at least 165 degrees Fahrenheit to ensure it is fully cooked.
  • Cut and Serve: Cut a slice of the pizza and check the center. If it’s cooked all the way through, it’s ready to serve and enjoy!

By following these simple guidelines, you can ensure that your Totino’s Pizza is cooked to perfection in the air fryer. Enjoy your delicious crispy and golden pizza!


And there you have it! A perfectly cooked Totino’s Pizza in your air fryer. No need to wait for the oven to preheat and no need to sacrifice taste and texture. By following these simple steps, you can enjoy a crispy, golden pizza in no time.

Remember to prepare and preheat your air fryer, cook at the right temperature and time, properly place and flip the pizza, and check for doneness before enjoying your delicious creation.

Next time you’re craving a quick and easy meal, reach for a Totino’s Pizza and your air fryer. You won’t be disappointed!


Q: How long should I cook Totino’s Pizza in an air fryer?

A: The cooking time for Totino’s Pizza in an air fryer is typically around 8-10 minutes. However, every air fryer brand and model may vary slightly, so it’s best to follow the specific instructions for your air fryer.

Q: What temperature should I set my air fryer to when cooking Totino’s Pizza?

A: Preheat your air fryer to 400°F (200°C) before cooking Totino’s Pizza. This temperature will help achieve a crispy crust while ensuring the toppings are fully cooked.

Q: Can I put the frozen Totino’s Pizza directly into the air fryer?

A: Yes, you can cook Totino’s Pizza directly from frozen in the air fryer. There’s no need to thaw it beforehand. Just follow the cooking instructions for best results.

Q: Do I need to flip the Totino’s Pizza while it’s cooking in the air fryer?

A: It’s recommended to flip the Totino’s Pizza halfway through the cooking process. This helps ensure that both sides are evenly cooked and results in a crispy crust on both sides.

Q: How do I know if my Totino’s Pizza is done cooking in the air fryer?

A: You can check if your Totino’s Pizza is done cooking by visually inspecting it. The crust should be golden brown and crispy, and the cheese should be melted and bubbly. Additionally, you can use a food thermometer to check that the internal temperature reaches at least 165°F (74°C).

Q: Can I cook more than one Totino’s Pizza at a time in the air fryer?

A: Depending on the size of your air fryer, you may be able to cook multiple Totino’s Pizzas at once. However, be sure to leave enough space between the pizzas for proper air circulation and even cooking.

Q: Can I use an air fryer oven instead of a regular air fryer to cook Totino’s Pizza?

A: Yes, you can use an air fryer oven to cook Totino’s Pizza. Just follow the same instructions and cooking times mentioned for regular air fryers.

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