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Air Fryer Cheesy Taco Crescents

Air Fryer Cheesy Taco Crescents are a quick and easy dinner that have a cheesy surprise inside. They cook up crispy in the Air Fryer in just minutes.

Prep Time - 10 mins
Cook Time - 8 mins

Course: Snack
Cuisine: Mexican
Keyword: air fryer, cheese, crescent rolls
Servings: 8 crescents
Author: Jennifer

  • 1 can Pillsbury refrigerated crescent sheets
  • 4 monterey jack cheese sticks
  • 1/2 lb ground beef browned
  • 1/2 envelope taco seasoning mix
  1. Preheat Air Fryer to 400 degrees F.
  2. In small microwave-safe bowl, combine ground beef and 1/2 envelope of taco seasoning. Microwave on high for 1-2 minutes until warmed.
  3. Cut crescent sheets into 8 equal squares. Cut each cheese stick in half.
  4. On each crescent square, place 1/2 stick of cheese and 1-2 tablespoons of meat mixture. (See photos in blog post.) Roll up each square and crimp ends to secure.
  5. Line Air Fryer basket with a square of foil. Grease foil and place crescents on top in single layer.
  6. Cook 5 minutes. Turn over and cook another 2-3 minutes until browned.

Key to Success #1 – Choose Your Heat Level
I’m all in with quick and easy meals during the week when we have kids’ activities going on in the evenings. These Air Fryer Cheesy Taco Crescents are ready in minutes and are easy to customize to your spice preference.

I used a taco seasoning packet from the grocery store to keep things super simple. With my family, I’ve got to go with mild seasonings if I want everyone to eat it. You can go as hot and spicy as you’d like though!

Key to Success #2 – A Cheesy Surprise Inside
The ooey gooey center of these taco crescents is a half of a cheese stick. I like to use Monterey Jack for a little kick but you an use any type of cheese that you prefer.

You can also slice your own cheese instead of using a cheese stick, but I’m a big fan of using what I have in my fridge and pantry and this is what I generally have on hand. My kids love these things as after school snacks!

Key to Success #3 – Seal Those Edges
Since there is cheese in the center of these Cheesy Taco Crescents, you’ll want to make sure the crescents are completely sealed around the filling. This will prevent any messy leaks in the basket of your Air Fryer.

You can pinch the sides of the crescents or use a fork to crimp the edges if you want a fancy look. Either way, they are sure to taste delicious!
We love these Air Fryer Cheesy Taco Crescents dipped in extra salsa and sour cream. It would also be really good dipped in cheese sauce. No, that’s not too much cheese.

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Pin this Air Fryer Cheesy Taco Crescents recipe to your favorite Air Fryer board or your Mexican food board.

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