Air-fried banana spring rolls

Celebrate National Banana Day (May 1) with these delicious banana spring rolls. Everyone loves spring rolls — even Bandit Heeler!

National Banana Day celebrates and champions the mighty yellow fruit. The humble banana is one of Australia’s favourite snacks. More than 90 per cent of Australian families purchase these energy snacks each year. In the last financial year, more than 400,000 tonnes of bananas were produced!

Unlike a lot of other fruits, bananas are available all-year-round in Australia.

This recipe comes straight from Australian Bananas … You know, the organisation behind that catchy jingle ‘Make Your Body Sing’. To make this delicious banana spring roll recipe all the more fun, hit the ripe note with this banana-inspired Spotify playlist?

Prep time 20 minutes
Cook time 20 minutes
Serves 4


  • 1/2 cup caster sugar
  • 1 tbsp ground cinnamon
  • 8 frozen spring roll wrappers, partially thawed
  • 4 firm ripe bananas
  • 1 tbsp water
  • Olive oil cooking spray


  1. Combine sugar and cinnamon in a bowl. Place 1 spring roll wrapper onto a board, with one corner pointing towards you. Cover remaining sheets with a clean, damp tea towel.
  2. Peel and trim ends off 1 banana, then cut in half crossways. Place 1 piece of banana across the corner of the wrapper closest to you. Sprinkle with a heaped teaspoon cinnamon sugar. Brush edges lightly with water. Roll up, folding in the sides to enclose the banana. Place on a tray. Cover with a clean tea towel. Repeat to make the remaining spring rolls.
  3. Preheat the Air fryer to 200C. Spray the spring rolls with oil. Place 4 rolls into the Air fryer basket. Cook for 8-10 minutes or until pastry is golden. Remove to a plate. Repeat with remaining spring rolls. Sprinkle with remaining cinnamon sugar.
  4. Serve warm rolls with ice-cream if desired.

Don’t have an air fryer? Make these banana spring rolls by baking on a greased wire rack in 220C oven for up to 15 minutes.

Nutritional Information (per serving)

No nutritional information available.

Written by Calista Bruschi

When she’s not moulding Play-Doh or dancing in the living room with her children, Calista Bruschi is an editor and writer. She has oodles of experience working on newspapers, magazines and websites. Calista likes to organise and be organised. She loves being a mum, Italian food, wine, sport and stationery. She hasn't sleep a full night in more than five years and is powered by coffee.

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