You’ll never want to eat your brownies any other way than this simple Ninja Foodi Brownies recipe! With a few simple ingredients and this magical pressure cooker and air fryer, you’ll have a hot and delicious dessert in no time at all!
We love eating desserts in our house and are always looking for fun and new ways to cook them. I was so pumped to try Ninja Foodi brownies in this air fryer and pressure cooker machine. Not only did it cook them to perfection but seriously knocked it out of the park.
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If you’re new to the Ninja Foodi, you may be wondering what it is
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- The Ninja Foodi is basically the combination of an air fryer and a pressure cooker and it’s turning into a one-stop shop for our household.
Is the Ninja Foodi dishwasher safe?
- the cooking pot is dishwasher safe
- the cook and crisp basket is also safe to wash in the dishwasher
- you can throw the trivet / layered rack in the dishwasher as well
The lid to the Ninja Foodi is better to be hand washed since it has seals on it….but I haven’t had to do much more than wipe it clean with a damp paper towel yet.
What are the best Ninja Foodi accessories?
There are so many options! Some of our favorites are:
- egg molds
- bundt pans
- steamer basket
- grill pan
- and so many more!
I know for a fact that desserts definitely bring people together, so it’s not hard at all to create this dessert recipe and know that I won’t have any shortage of taste testers just waiting to take a bite.
But, there are plenty of ways that you can share your air fryer recipes with your family and friends:
- carry in dinners
- holiday meals
- birthday parties
- school functions
Seriously, the list goes on and on. If you make it, they will come. And possibly…eat it all.
This is what you’ll need to make these easy Ninja Foodi brownies
- 1 box of brownie mix (plus whatever is listed on the box as needed ingredients)
- Egg mold – if you’re making bite size brownies using the pressure cooker function
- 7″ springform pan – if you’re making a larger one using the air fryer function
It’s seriously as simple as that.
What are some fun toppings for your air fryer brownies?
Toppings are one of the best parts of this recipe! While everyone is different, here are some simple toppings ideas for your Ninja Foodi brownies:
- whipped cream
- maraschino cherries
- mini m&m’s
- hot fudge
And seriously, the list can go on and on. Anything that you want as a topping, make it happen.
How do you store the cooked brownies?
- If you happen to have any left over, storing them in an airtight container
- You can even freeze them if you want to, just make certain that you have a freezer approved container or bag to use.
- They are really best eaten fresh though
Now that you’re drooling and craving something sweet to eat, make certain that you read below for the recipe on how to make your very own Ninja Foodi brownies! Save or print for later as you’ll be making them again!
Ninja Foodi Brownies
Ninja Foodi brownies cooked in your air fryer and pressure cooker machine are great! If you've never had air fryer brownies here is the time to try it out.
- 1 box brownie mix with ingredients to make the batter
#1 way using an egg mold for bite size brownies:
Make brownies as directed on the box. Spray inside of egg mold holes with non stick spray. Fill each hole 3/4 of the way full with batter.
Cover mold with foil. Pour 1.5 c water into your Ninja foodi pot and put a trivet in the center of your pot.
Put egg mold on trivet and close your pressure cooker lid (one that isn't attached), close steam valve too.
Turn pot on, press pressure, high temp. for 22 minutes.
Allow to naturally release steam completely. Lift egg mold out and remove foil.
Pop out brownie bites! This will make about 3 sets of brownie bites, just wash mold and refill.
#2 way using a 7" bundt pan for brownies:
Make brownies as directed on the box. Spray the inside of your springform pan and pour your batter inside.
Place on a trivet with handles (so you can lift it out) or make a foil sling.
Close air fryer lid, turn pot on, press air crisp, 325 degrees for 15 minutes.
Adjust temperature to 300 immediately once timer goes off and set to 15 more minutes. (alternatively you can set for 30 minutes and after 15 minutes adjust temp down to 300 degrees so it doesn't burn.
Cool on cooling rack before loosening sides of pan and flipping onto a plate.