Frozen Cheeseburger Sliders in Air Fryer

White Castle sliders are small, square-shaped hamburgers that are steamed on a bed of onions and served on a soft bun. The sliders were invented in 1921 by White Castle co-founder Walter Anderson in Wichita, Kansas. Anderson was inspired by the hamburgers he had eaten on a trip to Hamburg, Germany, and wanted to recreate that experience in America.

Initially, White Castle was a risky venture as hamburgers were not widely popular in the United States at the time. However, the small, affordable sliders were a hit, and White Castle quickly grew into a successful chain with locations across the country. Today, White Castle remains a popular fast food chain, and the sliders continue to be a favorite among many customers.

White Castle® Cheeseburger Sliders in Air Fryer

Recipe by Tyson GregoryCourse: Snacks, AppetizersCuisine: American
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Air fryer White Castle cheeseburger sliders are a quick and easy snack or meal that can be made in minutes. These sliders are filled with juicy, flavorful beef and melted cheese, all nestled between soft buns. The air fryer gives the buns a perfectly toasted finish and the beef a crispy exterior without sacrificing any of the deliciousness.


  • White Castle® Cheeseburger Sliders


  • Preheat your air fryer to 360°F (182°C).
  • Remove the White Castle Cheeseburger Sliders from their packaging and place them in the air fryer basket, making sure they are not touching each other.
  • Air fry for 7 to 9 minutes, or until the sliders are hot and the cheese is melted.
  • Once done, remove the sliders from the air fryer basket using tongs or a spatula and serve immediately.


  • Cooking time may vary depending on the air fryer model. It’s important to not overcrowd the air fryer basket to ensure even cooking. You may need to cook the sliders in batches if they don’t fit comfortably in a single layer in the basket.

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