Spaghetti Pizza in the Air Fryer

If you like angel hair pasta and pizza, this recipe is the best of both worlds. It is easy to make and will tickle your taste buds for sure. If you are thinking, “I don’t have an air fryer,” never fear, you can bake this in your oven.

Watch the video down below for step by step instructions. I share on the video how to cook this in your oven too. Be creative and use whatever toppings you like on your pizza.

Please leave me comments down below. I would love to connect with you.


Air Fryer Spaghetti Pizza

Spray fryer pan with olive oil cooking spray

Add a thin layer of cooked angel hair pasta (or your favorite pasta)

Add marinara sauce

Add crushed red pepper flakes

Add shredded mozzarella cheese

Add diced mushrooms

Cooked Diced chicken (or pepperoni or pineapple)

Add fresh basil

Cook for 7 to 8 minutes in Air Fryer on 370. (Check after 5 minutes and again after 6 minutes. Keep checking until your cheese is totally melted and a little browned.

*Left over angel hair pasta is perfect for this recipe. If you take it out of the refrigerator and run it through a strainer under hot water it will be like you just cooked it.


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Published by thegingeroptimist

My name is Jan McIntyre, also known as The Ginger Optimist. I love Jesus, cooking, baking, making my own DIY products, photography, makeup, bargain shopping and encouraging others.

13 thoughts on “Spaghetti Pizza in the Air Fryer

    1. I think it’s very easy to prepare. Cook your noodles first on the stove top. If you want your “noodle crust” a little crunchy, then add an egg (beat egg with fork) and add some mozzarella cheese to your noodles after you cook them. Cook noodles for a minute or two and then layer with your favorite toppings and cook. I hope this helps. I like it cooked both ways. 🙂


      1. The Ginger Optimist, if you know anybody who does enjoy spice foods, sauces, et cetera, be sure to tell them about my blog. I will keep it updated as often as is possible.


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