A Tim Tam air fryer dessert recipe that has gone viral and it is the delicious antithesis of the healthy narrative that air fryer companies have been peddling for years.

There is simply nothing more joy-inducing than when a humble recipe from an ambitious home cook hits virility. This is what happened to Deby, whose opulent, heavenly Tim Tam creation wreaked positive chaos in the enormously popular Facebook group Air Fryer Recipes Australia.

The recipe in question features only two-ingredients, a square of puff pastry and Australia’s most beloved biccie, the Tim Tam. The result is something quite indescribable. Deby’s work exists at the intersection of Okka Baklava and bonne bouche sausage roll. Let’s break the affectionately dubbed “Tim Tam Bombs” below.

  1. Cut a sheet of puff pastry into four equal squares.
  2. Place a Tim Tam in the centre of each square and roll the pastry around it until it is sealed.
  3. Put Tim Tam parcels in the airfryer at 180C.
  4. After 7 minutes, turn over and cook for another 7 minutes.
  5. Serves with sprinkle of icing sugar and ice cream.
Tim Tam biscuits on top of Filo Pastry
via Facebook

The whole thing reportedly takes less than fifteen-minutes to put together. A perfect opportunity to con whoever you may live with into doing the dinner dishes as a trade-off for you preparing this ultimate symbol of gluttony.

You have to admire a woman who is so committed to the pursuit of pleasure that she’s managed to make a sweet treat with a health rating of .5 even less healthy. It’s the kind of divine liberation I hope to achieve one day.

The recipe has garnered rave reviews in the Australian air fryer community. “Made these tonight. OMG, amazing,” confirmed one member.

Though this recipe calls for only the original Tim Tam, we can’t help but think what a glorious little treat utilising the biscuit heroes caramel option would be. Gooey, sticky, opulent heaven.

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