Yummy! This was today’s breakfast, my kids were in heaven.
My mother was a great baker, she always baked every evening, so that we would have something delicious to bring to school the next day. Back in the olden days, we actually walked and during those walks, we ate our breakfast, as we were always running late. On Sunday night, I remember her baking, and we would always have muffins, and we would bring them to our walk to school on Monday mornings. This was great because Monday’s for most people are slowly starting days. So, having a portable breakfast was important, and since I’m old, we didn’t own a microwave or eat frozen foods. So, having an on the go-to breakfast was excellent in my eyes.
My kids have the same problem on all of the days of the week, we are always running late. My youngest son has a half an hour drive to school, so he always eats in the car. My oldest one is barely making it to school on time, so he eats, as my husband drops him off. Both my husband and I try to gulp our coffee down during the commutes. He eats on the way to work, I prefer to wait and eat alone when I get home. And I usually sit and figure out what I am going to make for my blog that day.
have a long laundry list of items, I would like to make, so if you have any suggestions, I am always open to them. Today, I conquered my day’s task of making homemade biscuit donuts with a chocolate glaze. Since my entire family are chocolate lovers, as you can imagine this breakfast went over quite well.
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Air Fryer, Air Fried, Instant Pot, Vortex Plus, Mini-Glazed Sugar Donuts
These are some of the easiest “homemade” donuts you can make. The trick of getting them not to take like biscuits is to soak them in the butter, they are nice and light and fluffy and will be a great cooking project for you and the kids! It’s one of the best air fryer beginner recipes.
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- Prep Time: 5 minutes
- Cook Time: 5 minutes
- Total Time: 10 minutes
- Yield: 10 servings 1x
- Category: Baked Goods
- Cuisine: American
- 1 package biscuits, 10 count
- 4 tablespoons melted butter
- 1 cup powdered sugar
- 2–4 tablespoons milk
- Layout the biscuits, on a cutting board and then using your biscuit cutter, cut the center out
- Melt your butter, which is a great way to get them to be more donut-like than a biscuit.
- Soak your biscuit in for a minute or two.
- As you dip them, place them in your air fryer basket or air fryer oven tray. Both should be greased with either olive oil spray or non-stick cooking spray.
- Place them into your air fryer, (middle shelf if you have an oven) and set the timer for 4 minutes at 330 degrees F.
- Remove when golden brown.
- In a small bowl mix your confectionary sugar and milk, add 1 tablespoon of milk in at a time, until you have a glaze, that you can dip the donuts in. You want it not extremely runny, but not hard either.
- Plate, serve and enjoy!