Top 10 Ninja Foodi Recipes

Hi there and welcome back to Mommy Hates Cooking,
today is all about the Ninja Foodi. I'm going to show you my top 10 recipes that
we eat regularly and make in the Ninja Foodi. All of these recipes are made with the Ninja
Foodi Multi-Cooker, which you can find a link for in the show notes. Let's get started reviewing these recipes. Hi there and welcome back to Mommy Hates Cooking. Today I'm going to show you how to make this
Ninja Foodi Mississippi Pot Roast, now this one will be one your whole family will love,
trust me. Let's get started! So for the pot roast, you will need the following
ingredients, first you will need olive oil, 3lb beef chuck roast, 1/2 cup water and pepperoncini
juice, 4 pepperoncini peppers, 1 ranch seasoning pack and brown gravy packet, remember to use
gluten-free if needed, and 1/4 cup unsalted butter.

Now let's get on to a quick tip that I have
for you, if you are using a Ninja Foodi, pour the olive oil in and use a brush to coat the
pot of the Ninja Foodi. That's a little bit easier than pouring it
in and it gathers on the side. The next thing you will do is sear the meat
on both sides for 2-3 minutes, use the saute function on high. This gets it nice and brown and ready to cook. Now once you have that done, go ahead and
add the water and the pepperoncini juice to the pot of the Ninja Foodi.

This gives it the liquid it needs for the
pressure cooker function. Now that's done, you will add your ranch seasoning
packet, followed by the brown gravy packet. Remember to use a gluten free brown gravy
packet if needed. Once that's done, top it with peppers and
then add the butter right in the middle. Now that is complete, you have everything
in the pot of the Ninja Foodi, you will take the lid that comes separately with the Ninja
Foodi and secure that on top of the pot of the Ninja Foodi. Once you have it secured, press the nozzle
over to 'seal', then you will cook this on manual pressure, high for 60 minutes (1 hour),
Once it completes cooking, you are going to go ahead and naturally release, do nothing
for 20 minutes, once that's up, go ahead and move the nozzle to vent and then you will
go ahead and open the lid and have a great roast ready to serve.

Now remember you can add a little bit of cornstarch
to that leftover liquid and make a great gravy to top over the roast or mashed potatoes if
you prefer. This roast will be delicious and it will be
a favorite. Now remember the peppers are not spicy, more
like a bell pepper to bring it flavor not spice or heat. Grab the full recipe on MommyHatesCooking.com. Join me next time for another great recipe! {Music Playing}
Today I'm gonna show you how to make these easy chicken fajitas in the ninja foodi or
air fryer, they're very easy to make and even better to eat so let's get started. This is
actually one of our favorites for dinner, they are so easy, um super quick, I love making
these during the week and they are very good. So the first thing I'm gonna do is go over
the ingredients. Now all of this information
is going to be in the show notes below with the full recipe, so you can always check there
to go back and look over things that I've said, it's all gonna be there.

So the first
thing we're gonna need are chicken thighs, now I highly recommend chicken thighs not
chicken breast. The chicken breast does dry
out or at least that's what we've found when using it in the air fryer. The chicken thighs
really hold their texture and taste all of it. They just taste so good in the air fryer.

So that's our preferred chicken to use, now
you can always test out chicken breast but you may wanna adjust the time just a bit. So once you have chicken thighs, we're gonna
add different colors of bell peppers, onion, and then taco or fajita seasoning. So you
can use your own seasoning, fajita or taco seasoning. I have some links to homemade versions
in the post and then also you can use just a store bought taco seasoning. I use McCormick
gluten-free taco seasoning quite a bit, so we will typically use that one or I have a
homemade one that I can whip up real quick. So once you have all of that, we just build
it into the air fryer, so we put it all in our air fryer basket. So I'm gonna go ahead
and get started. Now the first thing we're
gonna do is use our olive oil spray and coat the air fryer basket.

So I have my Pompeian
spray today, which is my favorite, it works the best it really has the same oil like consistency
of olive oil, so it goes on really well. Also
a spray bottle is a really good option too for olive oil but you always wanna have that
on hand whenever you are working with the air fryer. It's a good oil to have handy. So first we're gonna put in all these chicken
thighs, I have sliced these up into long slices for fajitas, so I am just putting them right
on into this air fryer basket. So now that
we have those in, we're going to add our peppers.

So you're just gonna wanna add, now, it might
look like you have a lot here, which I have a few seeds left but I'm not gonna worry about
that. But they do shrink up in the air fryer
as they cook so don't worry about it if it looks like you have a lot. So I'm just gonna
add these in, around here, just evenly on top we're gonna stir it up here in just a
few minutes. So once you have that in, add
in your onion.

I just have these in long slices
too, so we're just gonna add those in. Isn't
that pretty? Even just looking at it, it's
pretty because it's so full of color. Now
that we have all of that added, we're just going to take this, here is my taco seasoning,
and we're gonna just sprinkle it right evenly around on top. So I'm using about 2 tbsp or
you can use the whole packet if you want. I've said before I'm not a big fan of spicy
food, so I try not to use quite so much or it's a little too spicy for my taste. Um but
once we have it all in here, we're gonna coat it again with another squirt of olive oil
spray and then we're gonna go ahead and close the lid. We've got it set here to 390 degrees
for 25 minutes on air crisp.

So we're gonna
go ahead and start it and then about halfway through we're gonna come in, stir it up, so
that we can make sure it's all cooking okay. Okay so it's now been going for about half
the time. So I'm going to go ahead and stir
this up. Really stir it up and break apart
the chicken if it's sticking and make sure it's really coated with the taco seasoning. So it looks like it's cooking pretty good,
so we're gonna keep it going for about 8 more minutes. So I cooked it a little more than
half since I have 8 minutes left. So we have
it nice and stirred up, now add a little splash of the olive oil spray again. Now it's been
25 minutes and our fajitas are all done. Now
don't those look good? So here is what they
look like, you can kinda see those I'm gonna plate them up here.

So I put them on this
big platter here with our tortillas. Now here
is my little thoughts on tortillas. So I use
white corn tortillas, and I just use Mission White Corn Tortillas, I heat them up in the
skillet while these are cooking with a little bit of the olive oil spray and heat them up
on both sides to toast the white corn tortilla. They are the best way to eat tortillas in
my opinion. Um they taste so good with these
fajitas. I think they are better than flour
tortillas when they are heated up like that. Now if they're just right out of the bag I
don't care for them that much, but when they are heated up, it just makes them taste so
good.

So anyways, they are also gluten-free
so if you are wanting to make them gluten-free, the gluten-free option actually taste better
than the flour option. So as you can see I
have them all plated here, I like to have the chicken fajitas meat on one side and the
tortillas on the other. So these are all warmed
up and I'm just gonna take some of this fajita meat and fill it right up into the tortilla
and then you have dinner, great served with rice or salsa whatever you want to put with
it but that is how you make those chicken fajitas. Thanks so much for joining me today
to learn how to make Ninja Foodi Chicken Fajitas or Air Fryer Chicken Fajitas as always all
of the show notes will include this recipe and anything I've mentioned today and then
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so that you don't miss the next video. Thanks
so much! Hi there and welcome back to Mommy Hates Cooking,
today I'm going to show you have to make this Ninja Foodi Cheesy Broccoli Chicken &
Rice, all right in one pot in the Ninja Foodi.

So
the ingredients you will need are 4 Boneless, Skinless Chicken Thighs, 1/4 Cup White Onion,
Diced, 1 1/2 Cups Quick Cooking Rice, not cooked, 1 1/2 Cups Water, 2 Cups broccoli
or just a bag of frozen broccoli would work, 1 10oz can cream of chicken soup, 1 Tbsp sour
cream, 1 Cup shredded sharp cheddar cheese and olive oil cooking spray. Spray the pot
of the Ninja Foodi with olive oil cooking spray then add cubed chicken thighs and the
onion to the pot and saute it.

Once the chicken
is fully cooked you'll either want to use a pan for the Ninja Foodi or you can use the
pot of the Ninja Foodi. You'll spray the pan
or the pot with the olive oil cooking spray and then we're gonna layer it with the ingredients,
so the first thing you'll wanna add is the cooked chicken, next you'll add in the broccoli
right on top of the chicken it can be frozen, I like to just add the tops of the broccoli,
not the stems, so you can trim it up a bit. Now you'll add the uncooked rice right on
top of the broccoli and then pour the water right on top of the rice. Mix together the
sour cream and cream of chicken soup, then spread this evenly over the entire dish. Now
it's time to bake this so you can use if you're using the pan, which goes with the Ninja Foodi
but is separately purchased. You'll put that
on the wire rack in the lowest setting and then bake that for 10 minutes at 350 degrees
in the Ninja Foodi. Remember you can also
just use the pot of the Ninja Foodi too if you need to.

So after 10 minutes you're gonna
open up the lid of the Ninja Foodi, then take a spoon and carefully stir up the ingredients
in the dish, so you're gonna mix it around so that the rice is fully under the water,
once you do that take 1 cup of sharp cheddar cheese and carefully and evenly place it on
top of the dish. Be sure to be careful because
it will be hot. Once you've done that go ahead
and bake it again for 10 minutes at 350 degrees after baking carefully open it up and it should
be all nice and crispy on top. Now remember
your chicken should already be cooked, so this baking at the end is just to get that
cheese nice and crisp. It's best to let it
cool for 5 minutes just to let it thicken up a bit then you can carefully remove it
and serve it, I would suggest using the mitts though because remember it is going to be
hot when you're pulling this out of the Foodi.

Once it's cooled it's ready to serve and enjoy. Remember you can always make this gluten free
too with gluten free cream of chicken soup, which is really easy to make yourself or you
can grab one at the store. Remember that you
can find all of these recipes and more at MommyHatesCooking.com and be sure to subscribe
and like this video so that you don't miss the next one. I'll be back again with another
delicious recipe, thanks so much for joining in today. Hi there it's Kristy Still with MommyHatesCooking.com. Today I'm back to show you one of the most
popular Ninja Foodi Recipes that are on my website right now, it's the One-Pot Meatloaf
with Potatoes and Corn. So you can do this
all in the Ninja Foodi. It does have several
steps so unlike a lot of my recipes that are really little prep time this one is going
to take you a little bit longer for prep, so count that into your cook time too that
you know that this is going to take a little bit longer than maybe a 30 minute meal.

We
like to do this one on the weekends whenever we're really not in a hurry, I'm not running
from one activity to the next. So it's a great
Sunday afternoon, Sunday evening family meal. It's actually our kids personal favorite,
this meatloaf was originally meatballs. A
recipe that my aunt had sent me and really the secret is in the sauce. So I'm gonna show
you what that sauce recipe is here in a little bit.

What I did was I took that recipe she
sent me and over the years I've recreated it into a meatloaf that we really like using
the sauce that goes on top of the meatballs that she had sent. That really makes this
recipe. In saying that though, if you have
a personal favorite meatloaf recipe that's say in your family, you can always use this
same method and use the meatloaf recipe that you prefer. So right now I'm going to start
by showing you how to get this meatloaf prepared and then we're gonna move on to some other
steps. So right now I have as you can see
the meat in the bowl and then underneath it is the garlic salt and onion.

So that's already
in there. So that's the first step. Now we've
got 2 pounds of ground beef in here. I'm gonna
go ahead and add to it, 2 eggs that have been beaten. So you'll see those in here. Now those
are in there, so now I'm going to go ahead and add in 2 cups of old fashioned oats. In
my case I use gluten-free oats. You can also
use crackers or breadcrumbs, but we prefer oats. And then I'm gonna add in some evaporated
milk. This is 1/2 cup evaporated milk. Now
that I've got all that in there, I'm going to combine it to form the meatloaf. Now I
find it's best to use my hands, it just works easier to do. So, of course, after we get
done we are gonna have to get our hands nice and clean {or wear gloves} but to make this
I just combine it all with my hands until I get the meatloaf formed. Once the meatloaf
is formed, we're going to put it on a sheet of foil that has been sprayed with some olive
oil cooking spray to prepare to put into the Ninja Foodi.

So the key here is when you are
preparing this make sure you get everything combined into one big loaf. So that's the
first thing you need to do. So we're going
to keep doing this until all the oats, everything is mixed in. So you want this well mixed so
that your oats aren't just covering the outside. You want them fully mixed into the meat. So
it does take a little bit to get all of this mixed together. So now that I have the meatloaf
all prepared in the bowl. I'm going to go
ahead and spray the foil with olive oil cooking spray. Just a little bit so it doesn't stick. So now I've got my meatloaf and I am going
to just place it on this foil. I've already
kinda formed the loaf while I was working it in the bowl. Now you need it to be a little
bit skinnier and long to fit in the Foodi. So you're gonna have to work this to get it
to fit right.

Then we also want to put corn
in next to it in the end, so the key is going to be how you shape it. Now worst comes to
worse and say you made it too big and you can't fit your corn in the Ninja Foodi, just
use your microwave for the corn, most of the corn you get can easily be heated in the microwave,
so it's not really that big of a deal. You
should be able to fit it though in the Foodi but if you can't just use the microwave and
it will be fine. So we have our meatloaf all
prepared here. Now, I'm going to wash my hands
and get the Foodi setup to show you how to get it all in there. So now that we have our
meatloaf done, I've gone ahead and wrapped it in foil and then the first thing I'm gonna
do is put our potatoes in. So here is the
potatoes.I measured out 3 pounds of potatoes, I like to use the gold potatoes, you can also
use the regular russet potatoes but um I would stick with gold or those because the red ones
tend to burn out and these are gonna be in here for a little while.

Now, I'm gonna put
the put the rack in next. Now this you have
to work with to get this in with the potatoes in here (high setting) so you just kinda have
to move around your potatoes until you can get them in here which tends to be a little
bit tricky but eventually like that you'll get it. So now I've got that in here. And
now I'm gonna pour 1 cup of water over this. So that there is some water on here. That
way you don't get a burn notice for your potatoes. So now that I've got that in here, I'm gonna
go ahead and put the meatloaf right on top. So we're gonna put that right in here. Scoot
it over, make sure it's nice and secure and wrapped in foil. Mainly to avoid any meat
dropping into the potatoes. You may have to
work with it a little bit to get it to fit right. Don't worry too much about the corn
right now because we're gonna do that last. So just make sure this fits for right now. Just get a little room on the side which is
where the corn will go.

So now that's all
tucked in there. Alright so now it's time
to put the lid on we're gonna use the pressure cooker lid that comes with the Ninja Foodi. So this is a separate lid. So you're gonna
go ahead and secure the lid. Make sure it's
set to 'seal'. So the nozzle of the lid needs
to be on 'seal'. Once it's on seal we're going
to have it pressure cook on high pressure for 25 minutes. Now remember too, sorry, remember
too that it's going to take some time to build up the pressure so you need to account for
that as well.

So even though it's 25 minutes,
it's probably gonna take like 40 minutes. So we're gonna go ahead and get that started. While that's cooking I'm going to show you
how to get the sauce ready to put on the meatloaf once it comes out. The Ninja Foodi is on and
the meatloaf is cooking and the potatoes so I'm gonna show you real quick how to do the
sauce.

The sauce is very simple and I'm gonna
do it right here in the saucepan, so one day I called my mom and we have running jokes
in because she really, really hates to cook. She didn't really like cooking at all when
we were kids and now all of the sudden I've got her hooked on the Ninja Foodi, so she's
always calling me about recipes, which is really funny because that did not happen when
we were kids. So anyways I called her one
day and she said hey I just put that sauce in the microwave, which is very much my mom
she loves to use the microwave, but that's actually not a bad ideas especially when you're
cooking this recipe because then you don't even have to mess with the stove. The key
to the sauce is that you want the sugar to dissolve.

So you can heat it up in the microwave
for like 30 seconds, stir it up, see if your sugar is dissolved and if it is, great it's
done, if not just put it in for a few more seconds. The microwave is an easy shortcut
if you want to skip the stove completely, um I still like to do it on the stovetop,
that's just how I prefer, so that's what I'm going to show you.

So as you can see here,
I've got my pan, I'm just using a little saucepan, I'm going to cook it on low. So I'm warming
it up, the first thing you're going to put in here is ketchup. So I have a cup of ketchup,
you're gonna see all that go in here. Now,
you may have some sauce left, I put it ketchup in here but I'm letting the saucepan warm
up just a bit, So the next thing to add is packed brown sugar, So then you've got onion,
I've got chopped onion here, if you don't have onion you can also use onion powder,
so the next thing I'm going to add is liquid smoke, which gives it the smokey flavor.

I
just eyeballed it, but it's about 1/2 a TSP. Now it's starting to bubble up on me. So I'm
going to start stirring this. So we're just
gonna lightly stir it because I just want to get that sugar to dissolve. That's really
all we are going for here. While this is cooking
up here, I'm going to add just a dash of garlic powder.

Just for a little more flavor. Then
I'm going to keep stirring it until the sugar dissolves. Now this only takes maybe a minute
to do, that's why if it's in the microwave it's real quick. And we're just gonna get
the sauce made, now this is what I feel like really makes the meatloaf. If you don't add
this sauce, I don't feel like the meatloaf has a lot of flavor. But most of the flavor
is coming from the sauce. So in the past I've
had comments where oh we used marinara sauce, well then the meatloaf didn't have much flavor
well that's because the meatloaf that I'm posting on this recipe, the flavor comes from
the sauce. So now I have it all done, I've
released the steam, and removed the lid.

That
part has already been done. So the meatloaf
at this point is cooked. But it needs to broil
some which is what we're about to do. The
first thing we need to do is lift this meatloaf out, now this part you need to do very carefully
with your mitts. We're just gonna lift it
out and I'm gonna sit it here next to me. Now I'm going to get a bowl for the potatoes. So as you can see the potatoes are all cooked,
now I'm gonna take this pot out and just dump the potatoes right into this bowl that I have
in front of me and I lost one. So sometimes
they burn a little bit on the bottom, that usually can be avoid with the water.

So I
put in about a cup. Rarely do I have them
burn, but if they do just scrape them off and put them in the pot, you'll still have
plenty. If this happens it's only like one. They normally will come out fine as long as
you have enough water in there. So now I have
the meatloaf on the rack, what I've done is carefully lift this off, now check the rack
because it may be hot and you still need the mitts. Mine wasn't hot, so I just flipped
it around. So basically you've got this meatloaf
and originally, you have it sitting like this with the rack the highest point. So now you
take the meatloaf off and just gonna flip the rack over to the lowest point. So we've
got the meatloaf in here now I'm gonna put this is in the pot, you can see where my potatoes
left their mark a little bit. So now I've
got this at the lowest point. Now I'm going
to scoot this over as much as possible.

Then,
we're gonna put our corn, right on the side. Now the corn will take a minute to fit, but
what I've done is I go ahead and put it in foil and I just squeeze it in there to fit
it. Now I'm going to open up the meatloaf
like this and I'm going to go ahead and coat it with my sauce that I did earlier, so I've
got my sauce and we're just going to coat that really well, you want to be sure that
it's fully coated, so I'm pouring this on here and then I just brush it on. And it just
need to be fully coated, I use almost all the sauce to do this. I want it full of flavor. So we've got that on here and just rubbing
it in letting it run down here.

It's still
covered in foil so it's not going to drop to the bottom. I've got all my sauce on here. Now we're just gonna broil this. So I am just
going to move this over a little bit. I've
got my corn, my meatloaf, all of it right here. So let's get that on broil, so I've
got it on broil and I'm going to reset the time here to 5 minutes. So I did the broiling
for 5 minutes, so now I'm opening this up to stir up the corn. Just to be sure it all
is cooking nicely. Now while the other is
broiling, we can go ahead and do these potatoes. So I use a manual potato masher just because
I prefer the hand masher, you can do an electric one too. I just mash them up with the hand
masher as much as I can, so we're just mashing them up, they are usually pretty easy to mash
cause they're nice and soft from the pressure cooker.

So I've almost got these mashed then
we are going to add a little bit of milk or cream, you can use 1/2 and 1/2, you can use
cream, fat free milk, whichever you prefer. So I have these all mashed. Now I'm going
to add my milk in and now I'm going to add sour cream. Just a little bit to give it some
flavor. I'm going to add in my butter, now
the butter should melt pretty quickly because you have hot potatoes basically. Then, I'm
going to add some garlic salt to taste. I
eyeball this because I've made these enough to know how much I need but you are more than
welcome to measure that out. Start with 1/4
tsp and move up from there. So now we are
just going to mix these together. It's going
to take a few minutes to mix them, this is the point where I think oh a hand held mixer
would be nice but for some reason I really like that manual potato masher. Just feels
like it works better to me.

So we have those
all mashed and they'll be ready to serve with our corn and our meatloaf as soon as it gets
done. Now you can see the meatloaf is done,
the corn is done, so we're just gonna get this out of the foodi and get it ready to
serve for dinner. Okay so this is usually
how we serve this for dinner, this can be served family style, so you can just put the
mashed potatoes in, your corn, and then we have the meatloaf cut here and as you can
see this looks delicious. It gets like a candied
top with the sauce, so it just coats right on top, I also like to add parsley on top
too just makes it prettier. So you have all
of your dinner ready to go and your family is going to love it. So that is how you make
the One Pot Ninja Foodi Meatloaf, Mashed Potatoes, and Corn. So I have my meatloaf, mashed potatoes,
corn, and they are all ready to go. Now this
recipe is a little more tricky than the other ones, it might take you a little bit longer
the first time you do it but after you make this a few times, you'll realize it's actually
really simple and it won't take you nearly as long.

We love how it comes out and again
like I said we love the sauce on the meatloaf so that's our favorite part, but feel free
to use your own meatloaf recipe if you want and have a family favorite and just use this
method, it'll work. So anyways I want to thank
you again for joining in, you can find this recipe and more on MommyHatesCooking.com. I'll also put anything I used or mentioned
in the show notes below. I hope you tune in
next time for the next recipe. Thanks again! Welcome back to Mommy Hates Cooking, today
I'm going to show you how to make this Beef Taco Soup in your Ninja Foodi or Instant Pot,
you can do it in either one.

It's delicious
and easy to make in minutes. Let's get started! Hi there, it's Kristy Still with Mommy Hates
Cooking today I'm back to show you how to make Ninja Foodi Taco Soup, now this can actually
be made in your pressure cooker or instant pot and also your slow cooker too, so there
is a variety of ways you can make this. So
we're gonna get started with this one today, now remember before I go any further everything
I mention I say including the recipe will be in the show notes below…every recipe
you could imagine for the Ninja Foodi, that I've done anyway, is on MommyHatesCooking.com,
so you can find all of those there as well.

So the first thing you're gonna need for this
taco soup is your meat, so we are actually going to brown ground beef in the Ninja Foodi. So I'm going to go ahead and set this to saute
and I think I got it on there and high. So
now I can just start browning this here in the foodi, right in the pot. Now if you have
an Instant Pot, you can do the exact same thing with the Instant Pot too. So either
way, so now here is another little variation you can do with this recipe. If you don't
want to do ground beef and you want chicken, we actually do this quite a bit with chicken.

For chicken you would use a rotisserie chicken
and shred it up, so you wouldn't have to do any pre-cooking if it's a cooked rotisserie
chicken. So you'd actually skip this step
and move right on to adding in the ingredients and cooking it on in the Ninja Foodi or the
Instant Pot. Now if you're going to use your
slow cooker, you can do this the same way, you would slow cook on low for 8 hours, but
definitely be sure your meat is cooked before you put it in. So either use cooked chicken
or cooked ground beef and then move on with the other steps. So we are going to go ahead
and let this brown. It's warming up here,
it's always a good idea to turn on the Ninja Foodi a little before, lets it warm up just
a little bit.

Now the other ingredients that
you're gonna use for this soup are going to be a cup of water, some black beans, so you
can drain the black beans and I usually use canned black beans and then drain them. You
can use chilies, corn, diced tomatoes, taco seasoning and then beef broth. So we're gonna
mix that all into this Ninja Foodi or you can put it into your Instant Pot and your
only gonna have to cook it on high for 4 minutes, so you will need to add in your cook time
about 5-10 minutes of the pressure building in the Ninja Foodi or the Instant Pot but
after that it's 4 minutes and it's done. It's
super quick and easy to make it's one we like to make during the weeknights because I can
get it on the table quickly and I like that I can do it all right inside the pot, I don't
have to use more dishes having to cook it on the stove.

So it's just nice to just do
it right in the instant pot or the Ninja Foodi and then move along with your life after dinner. So I do have this all nice and brown now,
you can see the steam coming off of it. So
another suggestion here or a tip for you whenever you are cooking this, I would suggest lean
ground beef um that way you don't have so much oil and don't have to drain it and you
can just leave it all in the pot.

Now if you
use 80% lean, you may have to drain it and return it. Um another thing, you can also
use turkey in this soup too, so really you can kinda choose what protein you wanna use
in it. So now that we have the ground beef
in here, it's all cooked and ready to go. I'm gonna go ahead and start adding in all
of the ingredients. So I am gonna add in 1
cup of water, see that here, kinda cuts the steam for me, and then I'm gonna go ahead
and add in my chilies and you can just add this in any order. It's not a big deal. So
then I'm gonna add in corn, now I have frozen corn here, you can use frozen or fresh either
one, I've done it both ways, we just tend to always have frozen corn on hand. So then
I've got some tomatoes so these are diced tomatoes that I'm adding in here.

And then
here are my black beans, I'm gonna put those in, you can use canned or you can soak some
beans, whatever you want to do. And then I've
got my beef broth, that I'm pouring in this is gonna be kinda the base, help with the
base of the soup. And then I'm gonna start
stirring this up a little bit. So you can
see it's nice and soupy and it'll end up with more by the time you're done. This usually
feeds about 6. So now that I have that stirred
up, I'm going to add in my taco seasoning. You can use package or homemade either way. I usually use McCormick gluten-free taco seasoning
and sometimes I'll use half the packet just cause my kids don't really care for the spiciness
of the whole packet but this time I'm gonna use the whole packet. So I'm just gonna mix
that all together here. So now it's all stirred
up, it already looks good and we haven't even warmed it up yet. So this is the fun part
because it only takes 4 minutes to cook this.

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Now to cook this you're gonna need the Ninja
Foodi Pressure Cooker lid, so this is the lid that comes separate, if you're using the
instant pot it's just your instant pot lid. So we're gonna go ahead and put it on here
and secure it. You want to make sure it's
set to seal, so we've got that sealed.

Now
I'm gonna turn it on here and get the function set to pressure, so it's on high, we're gonna
keep it on high and I need to change this to 4 minutes. So I'm gonna change this to
4 minutes and it will take closer to 15 minutes cause it has to build up the steam (pressure),
so we're gonna go ahead and start that. And
then as soon as the 4 minutes is up, we need to do a quick release of the steam, so we're
gonna quickly release it and then we'll have our soup all ready to serve. Okay so this
is just about to go off and then we're going to quick release the steam, so now it's went
off, I'm going to quick release the steam.

Open the nozzle. It's gonna steam up pretty
good here. Alright, so we have all the steam
out and I'm just going to open this up, so it's gonna steam up my camera really good
again. It look fabulous. Now a friend of ours
taught us a trick several years ago with taco soup. First, I'm gonna top it with some cheese
to serve it. But we used to actually serve
this with corn chips or fritos and then she introduced us to doritos with taco soup and
we haven't ever been able to go back to corn chips, well I guess these are corn chips,
but we like the nacho cheese not the fritos. So I just serve it with some doritos right
on the side and then you have your soup and this is also freezer friendly. So you can
actually take the soup, let it cool completely, put it in a freezer safe storage bag or container
and then you can freeze it in your freezer. Once you're ready to serve it, you just warm
it right back up in the pot, you can put it on the slow cooker function warm back up or
you can even pressure cook it for a couple of minutes and warm it back up.

Here I have
it plated in a bowl and it's got cheese on top, doritos, and it's delicious, piping hot
and ready to eat. This is perfect on a winter
day or even in the fall too whenever it's nice and chilly outside. Thank you so much
for joining me today learning how to make Ninja Foodi Taco Soup or Instant Pot Taco
Soup.

I hope that you enjoy this recipe, as
always you can find it below in the show notes along with anything else I mentioned. I'll
link down there as well. I also share recipes
every other day on MommyHatesCooking.com, and I've been doing that for almost 10 years
now so you're gonna find plenty of recipes there too. So you are gonna find recipes there
too if you are in need of some new ones. Be
sure to subscribe so that you don't miss the next video I'll be sharing with you. Thanks
so much for joining in. Hi there and welcome back to Mommy Hates Cooking. Today I'm going to show you how to make Ninja
Foodi Chicken Drumsticks with Sweet Potatoes and Green Beans. This is all going to be made
in one-pot. Super easy and delicious! So let's
get started! So this dinner is actually a
one-dish dinner, ready in 30 minutes. You
are going to need these ingredients, 6 chicken drumsticks, 2 medium-sized sweet potatoes,
1 bag of frozen green beans, I actually really like the Aldi brand for these, olive oil spray,
rosemary, and garlic salt.

That's all your
gonna need to get this dinner ready. So the
next thing you're gonna need to do is slice the sweet potato but before you do that, it's
a good idea to go ahead and turn the Ninja Foodi on to air crisp at 390 degrees just
for about 5 minutes this will get it to start preheating, that way the cook time is not
quite so long.

Then, we're gonna get started
on slicing those sweet potatoes. Now it's
time to slice the sweet potatoes. First you're
going to cut them in half, then you're going to take each half and cut them again in half,
which is making it quartered, then slice them up into small pieces and then we're gonna
move on to the next step. Go ahead and grab
those green beans so we can get them ready, so now that you have your green beans ready
go ahead and spray the pot of the Ninja Foodi with olive oil spray, add in your green beans
and sweet potatoes with a little bit of rosemary and garlic salt then coat them again with
olive oil spray so they are nice and coated.

Now this is where it gets a little tricky,
go ahead and grab that wire rack that comes with the Ninja Foodi, make sure it's set on
the highest position then you're going to have to work it in there a bit to get it in
there. Once you have that done, we'll set
the chicken drumsticks on top, coat the drumsticks with olive oil and seasoning. Now Air Crisp
390 degrees and 25 minutes. Be sure to flip
them over halfway through cook time to get them well cooked on both sides. At this point
you can also add more olive oil spray and seasoning to the other side if you prefer
as well. {music playing} Get them to 165 degrees
internal temperature, when you're done remember to stir up those veggies to get them well
coated in the olive oil, remember they're going to be crispy, then it's time to serve
up dinner in just under 30 minutes.

Quick
tip whenever you get done and pull the chicken out, stir up those vegetables, add some olive
oil spray to them, if they're not done yet to your liking, cook for another 5 minutes. Remember these aren't going to be steamed
vegetables, think oven baked or roasted, that's the taste and texture we're going for here. That's it's you've made a delicious dinner,
aren't you proud of yourself? I sure am and
I'm ready for dinner. Remember to like this
video plus subscribe so that you don't miss any upcoming videos and recipes and remember
that all of these recipes can be found right on my website at MommyHatesCooking.com and
I have years worth of recipes for you there and not just for the Ninja Foodi but I have
them for all sorts of methods, so be sure to head over and check it out.

Thanks so much
for joining in today to see how to make Ninja Foodi Chicken Drumsticks with Sweet Potatoes
and Green Beans. Welcome back to Mommy Hates Cooking, today
I'm going to show you how to make Ninja Foodi Baby Back Ribs. I can tell you these are probably
gonna be the best ribs that you've ever had, just trust me on that. Let's get started. Hey this is Kristy Still with Mommy Hates
Cooking. Today I'm gonna show you how to make
Ninja Foodi Baby Back Ribs, now the first thing I'm gonna tell you is that everything
I mention here along with this recipe is in the show notes below or you can find it on
MommyHatesCooking.com. So today to make the
baby back ribs, we're going to use the air crisp function and the pressure cooker function
with this lid on the Ninja Foodi.

So we're
gonna start actually with the pressure cooker function first. So in order to do that you're
going to want your air fryer basket or the air crisp basket that comes with the Foodi. Go ahead and put that in the pot, here is
the pot of the Ninja Foodi. So you've got
all of that in here. Then, you're gonna take
1/2 cup water and you're gonna pour it right in. So you need this water for the steam to
get the steam building. So now we have got
baby back ribs, so I've found that baby back ribs tend to work the best and I cut them
into 4 sections because I need them to easily fit in the basket.

So the first thing I'm
gonna do is spray the basket with some olive oil cooking spray and then we're gonna get
these ribs to fit in the basket. So we're
just gonna go ahead and put these in here and I just kinda work them around so that
they fit well. Now we actually have a pretty
big smoker to smoke ribs and these actually, in my opinion, taste better putting them in
the Foodi then they do smoking them cause they fall right off the bone.

So now as you
can see I have the ribs in the Foodi and we are gonna take just about, here is the bbq
sauce, about 1/2 cup of bbq sauce into a little dish with a brush. And we are just going to
brush it all over these ribs, so you want it pretty well coated in here, so I'm gonna
brush it over each one and we will do more BBQ sauce later as well, but right now it's
all about getting these lathered. Now I'd
be pretty – I don't skimp on the BBQ sauce, let's just say that. You wanna get lots of
sauce in here, you want it on all the sides, so I kinda tip em over to get it. I find it's
easier to put the sauce on once you get them in here, just so that you don't have it all
over the place, but it really is up to you.

So if you want to sauce them before you put
them on in here that's fine too. So whenever
these come out, they're gonna be so tender that they just fall right off the bone. Now
I'm not a big fan of chewing the meat off the bone when I eat ribs, so maybe that's
why I like these so much. I don't have to
even mess with the bone, they fall off the bone. So we will just continue getting these
nice and coated, I'm almost done with my sauce. I'm gonna get this other side here of this. So I would say about 1/2 cup to a cup of sauce
here, I usually reserve some for after so I'll put a little bowl with 1/2 cup sauce
for now, cause once they cook we'll wanna use a different cup of sauce so that you don't
mix the raw meat residue basically.

So we
have got those nice and coated and now we are gonna get our lid for the pressure cooker. So now you wanna use this pressure cooker
lid, which is the lid that comes with the Foodi. So it's not the one that's attached,
so we are gonna go ahead and secure it on to the Foodi and we are gonna make sure that
the nozzle is turned to seal for pressure cooking and then we're gonna get this pressure
cooker ready to cook. I have it set already
it's gonna cook on high for 35 minutes. So
I'm gonna go ahead and start it. Now keep
in mind whenever you pressure cook it has to build the pressure so this can take anywhere
from 5 minutes to 15 minutes, so you wanna keep that in mind with your cook time.

So
once it builds pressure we're going to release the steam and then we're gonna use the other
lid. So I'm gonna come back on and show you
that here in just a second but first we're gonna let this build for about 5-15 minutes
of pressure and then cook for 35 minutes. So our timer just went off and now we are
going to go ahead and release the steam, so we're gonna turn this to vent and then we're
just gonna release all the steam for a little while. Now I have the lid open and you can
see the ribs are done pressure cooking so they look really good and they already look
super tender but we are going to now use some more bbq sauce and coat these again before
we air fryer them. So right now, they look
good but they don't have that like crispy outer layer, so that's what we're about to
get by using the air fryer.

This gives it
– the air fryer – gives it more of that like it's been smoked flavor and texture so you
have to be careful whenever you are doing the bbq sauce at this point because they are
really tender so they're already falling off the bone. So we are just gonna add some more
sauce here and then we're gonna put it on air crisp so you don't have to pull it out
of here or anything. We're gonna air crisp
it for 15 minutes at 390 degrees and then they will be ready to serve and they will
just fall right off those bones. So we have
it all nice and coated I used about another 1/2 cup of sauce here, then you can add some
more sauce if you want when they are all done too. Just getting these all coated here. Alright,
so I think I have them pretty well coated, shut this lid the lid that goes on top of
the Ninja Foodi and then we're gonna turn this function to, you can hit the function
button to air crisp and it's already at 390 so I'm just gonna change the time to 15 minutes
and we're gonna let it cook now for 15 minutes and then I'll show it to you all ready to
eat.

So we are done cooking here and as you
can see these look amazing in here, so they also if you can see this kinda have this charred
edge and that gives it, that smoked like texture, so they're gonna feel like they've been smoked
when they really haven't. So we're gonna carefully
bring these out and plate them. Now I like
to use a half sheet pan, so this is a half-sized sheet pan with some parchment on it and serve
them that way. I actually went to a bbq restaurant
that did that and I thought that was such a great idea for bbq food.

So I really enjoy
serving them like that, so we are just gonna put them all out here and then we're gonna
add a little bit more sauce right on top of em here and trust me you will never eat ribs
any other way again because these are just delicious. Okay so I have them plated now
on the sheet pan, so I'm just gonna drizzle some bbq sauce on each one here and then we
are going to brush it again like we did earlier and your guests can just come and grab some
ribs.

You can cut em up more too but the meat
is gonna fall off as you cut it apart. I'll
show you that too. So you can see here how
it's together and this just falls right off so I can barely have to touch it and there
is the bone here and it just comes right out. So as you can see here we have these delicious
ribs and you are gonna love them. So I know
you all are ready to make these Ninja Foodi Baby Back Ribs now so I have all the information
you're gonna need down in the show notes and if you will subscribe that would be awesome
and you won't miss any other videos. As always
you can find everything on MommyHatesCooking.com. Thank you and I hope you join me again next
time. Thank you again for joining me today
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Thanks again! Hi This is Kristy Still with Mommy Hates Cooking! Today I'm going to show you how to make Ninja
Foodi Taco Pasta in your Ninja Foodi Multi-Cooker in just minutes. Now first off I want to tell
you this is one of my first videos on YouTube of me actually talking and cooking. So bare
with me I'm learning the ropes with this. I'm really used to Facebook videos that are
short with no talking so this is a new thing, but eventually, I would like to get up to
sharing about 2 recipes a week with you. As
always though, I share recipes every other day on MommyHatesCooking.com and if you are
looking for Ninja Foodi Recipes I have tons of them there. So, you can head there and
find more there as well. I'm going to put
all of this information in the show notes below along with a link to the full recipe,
so if you need any of that information to be sure to check out below for all of that.

I'll put anything I say here there. So first
off I want to start off and say I'm using the Ninja Foodi Multi-cooker, now there are
a bunch of them on the market now that are all called Ninja Foodi this is the one that
has all of it so it does pressure cooker, air fryer, slow cooker, baking, everything,
dehydrates even. So I'm using an 8 quart but
you can actually make this with 6.5 quart or even an Instant Pot if you prefer the Instant
Pot. So let's get started with making this. The first thing you need is 1 pound of ground
beef, now we are going to put this right into the pot of the Ninja Foodi and I have it already
warming up on the saute function right over here. So I'm sauting this on high to get it
nice and browned.

Here is a quick tip with
the meat whenever you get the ground beef be sure to get something that is extra lean
or you will need to drain it, if you do have to drain it that's fine but be sure to use
the mitts to pull the pot out, drain it, then return it back to the pot. Um in this recipe
I usually try to use 93% lean ground beef. Once the meat is browned, you are going to
add in the taco seasoning packet I didn't have to add in any additional water but if
you need to just add a little bit of water about a 1/4 cup or less to the meat so that
it mixes in really well with the ground beef, um you're going for taco meat here. I'm just
going to add the pasta right into the bowl, so I've got it right here on top of my meat. We'll put that aside. So now we are going
to add 4 cups of water, so you want to make sure that this just coats the pasta, so it
just comes right up there and we're going to stir it in just a second.

So the next thing
I'm gonna do is put in the tomato sauce, so I'm going to pour this right on in and some
chilies. Now I'm going to mention to I don't
like spicy food so mine is mild and isn't all that spicy if you like spicy food you
can add in red pepper or really whatever you want to do. So now we are just stirring this
up. Now that you have all of the ingredients
in the Ninja Foodi, you want to stir it up and make sure that all of the pasta is under
the water it needs to be completely covered. It's nice and stirred up. So now you're gonna
use the lid that comes with the Ninja Foodi not the one that is attached, this is the
pressure cooker lid you'll also use this for slow cooking. So if you're slow cooking just
a little side note you're gonna want this nozzle to vent not sealed, so since we are
pressure cooking though, we want it to be sealed.

So I'm gonna secure the lid right
here so it's all nice and tight and on. Then,
I'm gonna make sure that my nozzle is on seal and I've already got this set on high pressure. So you're gonna move it to pressure for 6
minutes. Once it's on that you're just gonna
hit the button and this is going to build pressure for a little while now it can take
five to ten minutes sometimes to build pressure so you gotta add that into your cook time. Once pressure is built it takes six minutes
and with this recipe or really any pasta as soon as that pressure is built the six minutes
has cooked and that timer goes off you wanna quick release that steam, which means you
want to move this nozzle to vent and get all the steam out. If you don't do that immediately
when you are cooking pasta you're gonna open it up and you're gonna have mush and trust
me that has happened to probably the best of us.

I've it's happened to me I will go
and do something not hear the timer go off forget about it and come back and dinner has
turned to mush. So you don't want that to
happen so you really want to make sure that you listen for that timer and you get it quick
released. So I'm gonna be back here and show
you what it looks like when it's all done.

Okay, so now you can see that it is cooking
on high pressure, we're down to about five minutes, it took about eight to ten minutes
to build pressure so I'd say this recipe takes about thirty minutes to make from start to
finish umm including that time in there. So
I thought while that's cooking I'll go over a few quick questions that I've got on the
Ninja Foodi.

Umm one is how does it do all
of these things it's a multi-cooker but how does it work? So I just wanted to go over
some real quick things. If you're doing slow
cooker recipes like I said earlier you'll use this lid that is on it, it's the additional
lid that comes with it but you'll put the nozzle to vent. Once it's on vent you're gonna
just simply put the dial or if you have the buttons I used to just have the buttons on
my other one you'll set it to slow cooker and then you'll put it on eight hours or four
hours whatever the recipe calls for so the great thing is that with this you can actually
use any slow cooker recipe that you love and just make it in here, it's going to work exactly
the same way, as long as you use the slow cooker function and the right lid that you're
supposed to use for the slow cooker.

So it's
super easy, we use this all the time for soup um I also love taco soup in this which I'll
leave a link to that in the show notes as well. So the great thing with taco soup is
you can do it as the slow cooker which you can cook the meat just like I did for this
recipe then add everything in and then you can put the lid on for slow cooker or if you're
in a pinch for time and you get to five o'clock and you're like oh my gosh I didn't put anything
on for dinner, you can cook the meat, add all the ingredients, stick on this lid and
high pressure for four to five minutes and you'll have the soup ready to go. So I mean
that takes less than 30 minutes and you're dinner is ready. So it's super easy to convert
the soups to slow cooker or pressure cooker either one.

So that's really a good option. Instant Pot recipes convert them just the
same, they're all going to work the same with this. Um it's essentially you're just using
the pressure cooker function same thing you're doing in the instant pot. So you just have
to make sure you're using the right lid and for the pressure cooker you want it sealed
not vented and the other key there is watch the recipe because some fo them will say slow
release that means you just let it naturally release um you don't move the nozzle if it's
quick release like for this pasta, we're going to quickly release this. So we are going to
move the nozzle as soon as that timer goes off and get that steam out of there so that
our dinner doesn't turn to mush. So the other
option you can do with this is the air fryer air crisp is what they call it. That is my
personal favorite, that's what really sold me on this. Um this is the lid for the air
fryer or air crisp and you can make so many things with the air fryer.

One of our favorites
is chicken fajitas um we put the chicken in there, you don't have to cook the chicken
because it's gonna cook in the air fryer, peppers, everything you want, turn it on in
the air fryer for about fifteen-twenty minutes and it's ready to go. So that's one of the
things you can do as well um with this. Um
the other thing would be the baking, you can bake in it. I've got a few recipes like an
apple crisp on there, where I use the bake option, so you can do that. Um you can also
dehydrate there's tons of recipes out there for dehydrating beef and making beef jerky,
you can make apple chips, banana chips, I mean really a lot of options that's one thing
that we enjoy as well and then you also have the yogurt option.

Which is a big one I think
with instant pot they love the yogurt option on that. I've seen a lot of recipes of those. I haven't personally done yogurt yet but you
can do that in there as well. Um broil is
my other favorite now with the broil you can for my personal favorite is our meatloaf we
make it in here what I do is I put it in the pressure cooker and then I will do the air
fryer broil so that it gets real crispy on top and it's so good so anyways that's another
recipe that you'll find on my website as well but I just kinda wanted to go over a few of
those questions um that I've got is just how does it actually work.

Um we love it, I've
literally gotten rid of every other appliance that I have except for the coffee pot and
I actually do use the Ninja Coffee Bar um that's my favorite coffee pot too so I really
like their products for some reason and that's not sponsored, I just like them. Um anyways
but that's kinda what it does um in a nutshell but if you ever have questions you can always
ask me or leave me a comment and I'll try to get back and answer you as quickly as I
can um I have used it for well over a year now and I use it almost every single day so
you can do all sorts of things in the Foodi. The steam is all coming out. We are doing
a quick release of the steam so that we can get it out of here.

The other thing I wanted
to mention real quick while this is finishing up releasing the steam is it does automatically
change to warm or you can just click keep warm and it keeps it warm that's really a
great feature it's very similar to the slow cooker um we use that a lot because like I
said I use this almost every night. Um my
husband is notoriously late coming home from work um he has a job where you don't really
just get off work right on time so this is a great option um for us I can go ahead and
feed the kids, myself, and dinner is still warm whenever he gets home.

It just works
out perfectly. So we're going to lift up this
lid. And let some more of this steam out and
let it cool for just a few minutes before we stir it up and serve it. So I just opened
up the lid and look how amazing this looks. Right? Do you see that [laughs] it just steamed
up, but in 6 minutes roughly we have this delicious pasta, that is ready to eat so we
are going to just serve it up with some cheese and call it dinner.

So we have our plate of
delicious taco pasta that my husband and I are totally ready to eat right now. So this
is great to feed the family and like I said I will be back with another video, I'm hoping
to get that up later this week and I'm thinking it's gonna be for Ninja Foodi Bacon Wrapped
Jalapeno Peppers, which will be perfect for all the football games and things coming u
um I'm also going to share one on spinach dip as well that you can make in the Ninja
Foodi, it's Spinach Artichoke Dip and it's amazing you can make it in the oven but I
recently discovered you can make it even quicker and easier in the Foodi. So be sure to check
out MommyHatesCooking.com. That's where all
my Ninja Foodi Recipes will be along with every other recipe I've done.

I've actually
been doing this for ten years so you'll have recipes for days. So thanks again for joining
me, see ya next time. Thank you so much for
joining in to this video by MommyHatesCooking.com. Be sure to check out the show notes below
for all the important links and details about this recipe. Thank you and join me again soon. Hi there and welcome back to Mommy Hates Cooking. Today I'm going to show you how to make Ninja
Foodi Blueberry Crisp. It's very easy to make gluten-free too if
that's a need, but it's totally up to you. Let's get started. The first thing we are going to do is create
the topping. For the topping you will need the 2 cups of
blueberries maybe a little more, we are going to cover the whole pot of the Ninja Foodi,
1/2 cup of granulated sugar, 1/2 tbsp flour or gluten-free all purpose flour, and 1 tsp
of ground cinnamon and nutmeg. Plus the 1/2 cup water.

First you are going to start by pouring the
blueberries evenly in the pot of the Ninja Foodi. Now you are going to combine the topping,
the sugar, flour, cinnamon and nutmeg into a small bowl. Evenly pour this over the blueberries. Once you have that evenly over the blueberries,
go ahead and evenly pour that cup of water right on top. Now we are going to do the crumble ingredients
so you will need 1 cup old fashioned oats or gluten-free version, 1 cup flour or gluten-free
all purpose flour, 1 cup brown sugar, 1/4 tsp baking powder and baking soda, then 1/2
cup butter softened. Now you are going to combine all of those
ingredients, mixing it together, and adding the softened butter last. I find it's easiest to use your hands and
mix it all together because you are going for a real crumbly mixture here. So you just kind of want the butter worked
in, not melted but softened, because we want it crumbly. {music playing} Now you are going to take
that crumble or crisp mixture and put it all evenly on top of the blueberries, make sure
you do this with all your mixture.

This is going to get you that crisp crumble
topping. {music playing} Right before you shut the
lid you can spray the top with coconut oil spray, you do not have to but if you prefer
you can. Once you shut the lid, set the Ninja Foodi
to the "bake" function for 40 minutes at 350 degrees. Remember to use the lid that is attached to
the Ninja Foodi. After 40 minutes, you should open it up to
a nice browned topping that's sitting on top of the cooked blueberries. We love to serve this with a side of vanilla
ice cream or frozen yogurt. It's the perfect summer dessert! I hope you enjoyed learning how to make Ninja
Foodi Blueberry Crisp. You can also do this in the oven too, there
are recipes for that on my website MommyHatesCooking.com as well as the full recipe for the Ninja Foodi
Blueberry Crisp. Thanks so much for joining me today, I hope
you join in again next time! {music playing} Hi there and welcome back to Mommy Hates Cooking. Today I'm going to show you how easy it is
to make Air Fryer Cinnamon Rolls in 8 minutes.

These can be made in your Air Fryer or Ninja
Foodi. The first thing you'll need to do is coat
the air fryer basket or air crisp basket of the Ninja Foodi with cooking spray. I usually use coconut oil cooking spray for
these cinnamon rolls but you can also use olive oil cooking spray. The next thing you'll do is go ahead and open
up that can of cinnamon rolls. For this recipe I just use a can of Pillsbury
Cinnamon Rolls, we found those are the best ones to use, they stay together really well. Some of the other off brands don't really
stay together quite as well. So we place those in the air fryer basket;
however, they will fit in your basket. The next thing you need to do is go ahead
and cook these. You'll cook them at 360 degrees for 8 minutes
in the air fryer. Or if you're using a Ninja Foodi it would
be the air crisp function. Now remember with the air fryer they all heat
a little bit differently so I would normally check on these around 6-7 minutes to see if
they are done for your air fryer, mine always takes 8 minutes.

Sometimes you may need to add a minute or
two or take away a minute or two depending on how your air fryer heats up. In 8 minutes they're done! They are gold to be golden brown on top and
nice and soft inside. Once they are done, you can carefully remove
them and get ready to ice them. That's it! You've got them all done and ready to serve
in just about 8 minutes. This is one of the easiest ways to make cinnamon
rolls.

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