Reheat Pizza in Air Fryer

All of us love to have deliciously crispy leftover pizza, but you will really love it now when you learn how to reheat pizza in Air Fryer. It makes the leftovers so good, they’re almost better than the original and much better than soggy microwave attempts!

You Can Reheat Pizza In An Air Fryer?
Oh yes, you can! In fact, since I have learned how to re-warm my pizza in my air fryer, I don’t reheat it any other way. Here are the pros to reheating your pizza:

  • pizza reheats fast and conveniently.
  • the texture stays moist and slightly crispy without drying out, even on a thin crust.
  • heated thoroughly through in 3-4 minutes.
  • comes out just as good, if not better than when freshly cooked!
  • crispy toppings along with a crispy crust
  • I’m telling you when I stumbled across this trick for pizza it literally changed my life. I think it’s the best way to reheat pizza, making you the perfect pizza leftovers.

am a pizza fanatic. I would eat pizza several days a week if my heart would let me! Ha. But warming up pizza in the air Fryer is now one of my favorite ways to do so with the best results. The best part is that I think Air Fryer reheated pizza tastes better than fresh pizza!

No longer do you have to use the microwave, which can make a leftover piece of pizza hard, chewy, and sometimes not evenly heated all the way through.

Reheating pizza in the conventional oven is typically not worth the time because it takes so much longer.

About Time 

  • Prep Time 2 mins
  • Cook Time 5 mins
  • Total Time 7 mins


  • 2-3 slices pizza


  1. Set the Air Fryer to 325 degrees Fahrenheit and reheat the pizza according to thickness and size. 4-6 minutes for thick crust, 3-5 minutes for medium crust, and 2-4 minutes for thin crust.
  2. Add additional increments of 1-2 minutes if needed.


Thick Crust: 325 degrees for 4-6 minutes, adding increments of 1-2 minutes if needed.

Medium Crust: 325 degrees for 3-5 minutes, adding increments of 1-2 minutes if needed.

Thin Crust: 325 degrees for 2-4 minutes, adding increments of 1-2 minutes if needed.

Similar Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *