Dessert egg rolls are an amazing invention, and these Peach Cobbler Egg Rolls might just be the best yet! Loaded with fresh peaches and perfect for dipping in a sweet vanilla glaze!
The egg roll wrapper is a wonderful alternative to a crust when it comes to a sweet fruit filling. We also used them to make an apple pie egg roll that we cooked in the air fryer, and those were tasty too!
Crispy outside with a piping hot, juicy peach filling inside. What’s not to love about these sweet egg rolls?
We like to sprinkle these with powdered sugar and dip them in a sweet vanilla glaze or a thick caramel sauce. Of course, they’re totally delicious on their own too!
And let’s be honest – nothing beats peach cobbler that you can eat with your hands! 🙂
Peaches- We use diced, canned peaches in syrup or juice. You are welcome to substitute this with fresh peaches if you wish.
Egg roll wrappers- You’ll usually find these in the refrigerated vegan section of the grocery store.
Filling- You will also need brown sugar, lemon juice, cornstarch, cinnamon, and salt to season and thicken up the peaches.
How to Make Peach Cobbler Egg Rolls:
Mix the filling- Drain your peaches and add to a mixing bowl. Add in your brown sugar, lemon juice, cornstarch, cinnamon, and salt. Stir all this together to coat your peaches.
Roll the egg rolls- Spoon 2 to 3 tablespoons of the peach mixture into an egg roll wrapper. Fold in each side, then roll it. Before finishing the last roll, get your finger wet with water, then brush it on the top corner of the egg roll before finishing the roll. This will help seal the egg roll and hold it together while cooking.
Air fry the egg rolls- Spritz each side of your egg rolls with oil spray and place them in your basket. Keep space between each egg roll and the edges of your basket for even cooking. Air fry for 7 minutes at 390 degrees F.
Serve the egg rolls- Sprinkle with powdered sugar immediately after removing from the air fryer. Serve with a glaze if that is your preference.
Use a slotted spoon when scooping out the peaches and adding them to the egg roll wrapper. Too much juice in the egg roll wrapper will cause it to break during cooking.
Be sure to strain away any excess liquid in the peaches before adding them to the egg roll wrapper. Wet fillings will cause the egg roll wrapper to break apart. Also be sure to wet the edges of the wrapper to seal it before pressing it closed.
There are two options. First, make sure your peaches were drained well, if your filling is too wet, the wrapper won’t get crisp. Additionally, you could try to cook them a little longer.
How to Make a Glaze for the Egg Rolls:
We like to dip these in a vanilla glaze when serving. You can quickly whip up a yummy glaze too!
To make the glaze, whisk together ½ cup powdered sugar, 2 tablespoons cream or milk, and a splash of vanilla.
Add additional cream or milk to reach the consistency you desire.
More Air Fried Dessert Recipes to Try:
Peach Cobbler Egg Rolls
- 15 ounces canned diced peaches in syrup or juice drained
- 2 tablespoons brown sugar
- 1 teaspoon lemon juice
- 1 tablespoon cornstarch
- 1 teaspoon cinnamon
- Pinch of salt
- 10 egg roll wrappers
- Oil spray
- Powdered sugar for garnish
- Drain the peaches well and place in a mixing bowl.
- Add the brown sugar, lemon juice, cornstarch, cinnamon, and salt to the peaches and stir well to coat.
- Use a slotted spoon to spoon 2-3 tablespoons of the peach mixture into an egg roll wrapper. Fold in each side and then roll up tightly. Before making the last roll, dip your finger in water and brush it on the top corner of the egg roll and finish rolling to seal the egg rolls closed. Repeat with the remaining egg rolls.
- Lightly spritz the egg rolls on each side with oil spray.
- Place egg rolls in an air fryer basket in an even layer leaving space for air to flow between each egg roll. You will likely need to work in 2-3 batches, depending on the size of your air fryer.
- Cook at 390 degrees for 7 minutes or until golden brown on the outside, flipping halfway through cooking.
- Sprinkle with powdered sugar after removing from the air fryer.
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