How To Cook Trader Joe’s Spring Rolls in the Air Fryer

Cooking Trader Joe’s spring rolls in the air fryer couldn’t be easier to make! In just 10 minutes you have tasty spring rolls that are hot in the middle and crispy and crunchy on the outside.

These air fried spring rolls make a fantastic appetizer for company, a tasty snack, or even a light lunch with a simple salad on the side. I love serving these with honey citrus dipping sauce for the perfect combination of salty and sweet.

trader joe's spring rolls in air fryer

The next time you make a Trader Joe’s run, make sure to pick up a box or two of their frozen spring rolls! They are absolutely delicious, and I found the best way to cook them in the air fryer. 

Light and crisp on the outside, hot and steamy in the middle, air fried spring rolls are loaded with vegetables for a tasty appetizer or snack. I even enjoyed these as a light lunch while I was working from home. Since they are ready in just 10 minutes and require no prep, it makes them great to enjoy anytime!

These Trader Joe’s Spring Rolls in the Air Fryer Are

  • Crunchy
  • Hot
  • Delicious
  • Easy to Make
  • Ready in 10 Minutes
  • The Perfect Appetizer or Quick Snack!
a box of trader joe's vegetable spring rolls cooked and air fried on a plate until golden brown

Trader Joe’s Spring Rolls

There are a few different kinds of spring rolls sold at Trader Joes – fresh and frozen. This recipe gives directions for how to cook their frozen vegetable spring rolls. I love them because they are vegan, vegetarian, and taste amazing! You could also use this recipe with Trader joe’s chicken spring rolls or Kalua pork spring rolls.

The spring rolls don’t come with any dipping sauce, but they are so good with a little low sodium soy sauce, or even with a creamy citrus mustard sauce. When cooked, they are similar to egg rolls, but without the deep frying (and use much less oil)! This delicious appetizer doesn’t contain any animal products, making them a great option for those who eat plant-based!

What Do I Need To Cook Frozen Spring Rolls in the Air Fryer

Spring Rolls – I used the frozen vegetable spring rolls at Trader Joe’s. They come in a 5-pack and I was able to cook them at all once in my air fryer basket! Or try this with homemade spring rolls!

Air Fryer – I have a quiet kitchen top air fryer, with a basket. You can also use an air fryer that has trays as well.

Air Fryer parchment liner – optional, but I like to use these to reduce the mess.

Cooking spray – also optional, but I found that spraying on a little cooking spray before air frying gives the spring rolls an extra crunchy golden brown exterior.

Optional Ingredients for Serving

I made a creamy citrus mustard dipping sauce, which was perfect for these! You can also dip them in a mix of sesame oil, soy sauce. Or dip them in sweet chili sauce, sweet and sour sauce,  or a creamy peanut sauce – any tasty dipping sauce you prefer!

​Serve with fried rice, Asian glass noodles, or spaghetti stir fry noodles!

Top with sesame seeds or green onion to garnish. Or on a bed of shredded green cabbage dressed with a little rice vinegar and olive oil.

vegetable spring rolls in air fryer basket with a little cooking spray to make them light brown

How to Air Fry Trader Joe’s Spring Rolls

  1. Remove spring rolls from package. And add a layer of parchment paper to line the bottom of your air fryer. Place the spring rolls in a single layer in your fryer basket. Spray with cooking spray, if desired. 
  2. Set the air fryer to 350 degrees, and air fry for 6 minutes. Carefully flip each spring roll to the other side.
  3. Increase the temperature to 400 degrees, and cook spring rolls for an additional 4 minutes. The increase in temperature will help the outside crisp.
  4. Remove spring rolls from the air fryer carefully (they will be hot), and enjoy with your favorite dipping sauce.
  5. Store leftover spring rolls in an airtight container for up to 1 day.

These crispy spring rolls are one of my favorite air fryer recipes. It’s quick, easy, and makes a great side dish to serve alongside dinner. 

air fryer spring rolls from trader joe's vegan recipes in the air fryer

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Trader Joe’s Spring Rolls in the Air Fryer

Kelly Jensen
Cooking Trader Joe’s spring rolls in the air fryer couldn’t be easier to make! In just 10 minutes you have tasty spring rolls that are hot in the middle and crispy and crunchy on the outside.
5 from 1 vote
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Course Appetizer, Snack
Cuisine American
Servings 2 spring rolls
Calories 200 kcal

Equipment

  • Air Fryer
  • Parchment Paper Liner, optional

Ingredients
  

  • 1 package Trader Joe’s spring rolls I used vegetable spring rolls
  • Cooking spray optional

Instructions
 

  • Remove spring rolls from package. And add a layer of parchment paper to line the bottom of your air fryer. Place the spring rolls in an even layer in your fryer basket. Spray with cooking spray, if desired.
  • Set the air fryer to 350 degrees, and air fry for 6 minutes. Carefully flip each spring roll to the other side.
  • Increase the temperature to 400 degrees, and cook spring rolls for an additional 4 minutes. The increase in temperature will help the outside crisp.
  • Remove spring rolls from the air fryer carefully (they will be hot), and enjoy with your favorite dipping sauce.

Nutrition

Calories: 200kcalCarbohydrates: 24gProtein: 5gFat: 10gSaturated Fat: 2gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 400mgFiber: 5g
Keyword Air Fried Spring Rolls, Air Fry Trader Joes Spring Rolls, How to Air Fry Spring Rolls, Trader Joe’s Spring Rolls in Air Fryer, Vegetable Spring Rolls in the Air Fryer
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