Smell that smell! Can’t you smell that smell of apple freshness flowing through the air? It is all about apple season now. Today I am sharing an Apple Pie tart made in the Ninja Foodi.

Apple pie made in the Ninja Foodi

Golden and delicious topped with walnuts. I cheated a bit on my Apple pie tart and used cinnamon biscuits instead of a traditional pie crust. I wanted a nice fluffy apple pie. Go big or go HOME!

One can of cinnamon rolls, apple pie filling, and walnuts. Of course a dash of cinnamon and a pinch of kosher salt. It truly tasted like baked apple pie.

I hope you enjoy our apple tart made in the Ninja Foodi and give it a try. Keep in mind this can be made the same in an Air Fryer or using the Mealthy CrispLid. Keep an eye on it, and tweak accordingly. You pre-bake the cinnamon rolls first, then add the second layer of apples and nuts on later. It’s a cinch!

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Apple Pie Tart made in the Ninja Foodi

Debbie
Course Dessert
Cuisine American

Equipment

  • Ninja Foodi
  • Air Fryer
  • Mealthy CrispLid

Ingredients
  

  • 1 can Cinnamon rolls (small not jumbo)
  • 7 oz. Apple pie filling of choice
  • Walnuts
  • Cinnamon

Instructions
 

  • (NOTE): Use parchment paper on bottom of the pan, preferably to decrease risk of scratching the bottom of the pan when cutting)
    Lightly spray your tart pan with non-stick butter, or coconut oil. Preheat Ninja Foodi on 390 bake for 5 minutes while preparing
  • Layer the cinnamon buns on the bottom and press down firmly
  • Set temperature to 360 degrees on BAKE. Set tart pan on trivet rack (high) level. Bake for 7 minutes or until golden brown, Top with Apple pie filling, sprinkle cinnamon lightly and top with walnuts (optional). Lower lid, kick down temp to 350 degrees and bake for an additional 15-18 minutes until desired golden brown, Please check in between not to over burn,
    Remove from pot and set to cool. To release a tart pan: Place pan on top of glass and gently pull down outer pan. Plate and serve warm with vanilla bean ice cream or whip cream.

Notes

If you want to make this recipe in the Instant Pot, you certainly can. KEEP in mind the texture will be different and in order to achieve the golden brown you need the Air Fryer or Mealthy CrispLid.
Prepare just the same as noted. Add one cup of water to the Pressure Cooker, set pan on a trivet and lower down in pot. Set to High Pressure for 25 minutes with a Quick release.
Do NOT add walnuts on during cooking. TOP after recipe has cooked in the Pressure Cooker.

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