AN AIR FRYER whizz has revealed the easy Christmas pastries you need to make in your air fryer.

Jen, from the UK, has been sharing easy Christmas recipes you can make in the air fryer through out the run up to Christmas.

And her latest recipe is perfect for Christmas morning as aquick, easy, and delicious breakfast.

She shared a step-by-step by guide to her TikTok account, Airfry Jen, and it only takes 15 minutes to cook.

Air fryers became popular after being billed as a healthier alternative to frying with oil and quicker than using an oven to crisp up food. 

They're also a lot cheaper to use than an oven, leaving many families to turn to them to cook their Christmas feast.


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The easy breakfast dish uses just three ingredients – ready-rolled puff pastry, bacon, and brie.

Jen first pre-cooked her bacon rashers for six minutes in the air fryer.

Next, the air fryer pro unrolls the pastry and cuts it into even squares.

She then lies the bacon on each square with a slice of brie and folds two corners of the pastry together.

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Jen puts the pastry parcel into the air fryer to bake for 12 minutes at 180 degrees.

After, you have a delicious Christmas snack or breakfast to enjoy.

Jen wrote that you could add some cranberry sauce to the recipe as well, but if you're feeling more adventurous, you could add some onion chutney.

Viewers were seriously impressed by the easy recipe and took to the comments to thank Jen for sharing it.

One wrote: "Bought cranberry, brie, and bacon yesterday to make these. Can't wait to try them."

Another penned: "Might make them as well for Christmas Dinner. they look lush."

A third commented: "Needs some cranberry added."

Jen replied: "Yeah definitely… I didn't have any in though otherwise I would have."

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