air fryer date and walnut bread

air fryer date and walnut bread

Date & Walnut Bread in the Air Fryer! This bread is amazing; it tastes so sweet that it might pass for breakfast. This bread is a family favorite. In our house, it’s only around for a few hours since everyone is grabbing it. To ensure you have enough to eat, I would advise doubling the recipe if you want to try this bread.

Add walnuts to this recipe to make it unique. I made this twice, once with and without walnuts, and both times it turned out fantastically, so feel free to omit the walnuts if you’re not a fan of them. This bread loaf is really nice and juicy. You could toast it and then spread some butter on top if you’d like. The dates taste better with butter.During the holidays, my mother would get date bread from the grocery store.

recipe by: fork to spoon


  1. two and a half cups chopped dates
  2. 1/4 cup of butter
  3. One cup of boiling water
  4. Half a cup of brown sugar
  5. One big egg
  6. one and a half cups flour
  7. One tsp baking soda
  8. One tsp baking powder
  9. Half a teaspoon of salt
  10. Diced walnuts, half a cup


  • To rehydrate the dates, add the butter and cut dates first, and then cover them with boiling water.
  • Go for roughly five minutes.
  • Next, include the egg, flour, baking powder, baking soda, brown sugar, and salt. Blend thoroughly.
  • Next, apply non-stick cooking spray to a stick pan used for air fryers. First, confirm that the pan fits within the air fryer.
  • Next, transfer the mixture into the pan.
  • Preheat the oven to 340 degrees Fahrenheit. Allocate 12 minutes for this task.
  • Check twelve minutes later.
  • on the bread and leave it for an additional ten minutes. The bread should be cooked through after 10 minutes, but it may take up to 2–3 minutes longer. It will rely on a number of variables, such as the air fryer you used, the pan you used, and its wattage.
  • Arrange, present, and savor!

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