Today we’re sharing a delicious and easy recipe for Air Fryer Glazed Biscuit Donuts! These don’t require any special ingredients or equipment, and they’re perfect for a quick and satisfying snack. Plus, they’re so cute and festive that they would be great for entertaining! Enjoy 🙂
Air Fryer Glazed Biscuit Donuts are amazing! In only a few minutes, you can have a great breakfast or dessert.
This is one of the best recipes for homemade Air Fryer Donuts-Biscuit Donuts! And they are so good!
Everyone has a day that they need something sweet to start the day off, today I made a batch for my kids since it was their last day of school, and I thought to myself, why not!
Well, the results have a quick and delicious breakfast. You can add any sprinkles you want for a special Valentine’s Day, St. Patrick’s Day, Easter, Halloween, and even Christmas treat!
If you are looking for some other great Air Fryer Donut Recipes, some of my favorites are AIR FRYER BANANA DONUTS, AIR FRYER COPYCAT KRISPY KREME DONUTS, AIR FRYER STRAWBERRY JELLY DONUTS, and AIR FRYER CHOCOLATE FUDGE DONUTS.
What Is An Air Fryer Donut?
There are actually two types of donuts, there are homemade donuts, which I have been mastering lately, and there are biscuit donuts!
With the help of a special donut pan, which we do not use when making biscuit donuts, you can get a perfect air-fried up batch without the need for any oil. Making them a healthy and delicious alternative.
What Are Biscuit Donuts?
Biscuit donuts are not new, although they have been increasingly popular due to the rise of popularity of the Air Fryer.
My grandmother was making biscuit donuts back in the 1950s, with my mom and her sisters and brothers. They were traditionally fried up in a hot skillet filled with oil.
While the air fryer is the perfect way to make biscuit donuts, they do not require a lot of oil, and they are considered relatively healthy.
How To Make Donuts From Biscuits
Biscuits and donuts are two items that are commonly found in most Southern households. While both are delicious, they can often be time-consuming to make from scratch. This recipe for donuts from biscuits takes the best of both worlds and combines them into one easy-to-make dish. Plus, these homemade donuts are much healthier than their store-bought counterparts. So, what are you waiting for? Start making your own yummy donuts today!
Air Fryer Biscuit Donut Ingredients
Biscuit donuts are one of my favorite things to make in the air fryer. They are so easy and only require a few ingredients. In this post, I will share with you the recipe for my Air Fryer Biscuit Donuts. Plus, I will give you a few tips on how to make them even better. Enjoy!
- Biscuits: You can use any refrigerated biscuits. From Trader Joe’s, Aldi’s, or even Pillsbury Grand Biscuits!
- Butter: Use unsalted butter for the best flavor!
- Powdered Sugar
- Milk: If you have a milk allergy, you can use oat milk, almond milk, or even lactose-free milk.
How To Make Biscuit Donuts
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, please place them in your air fryer basket or air fryer oven tray. Both should be greased with 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, air fryer setting.
Remove when golden brown.
Biscuit Donut Glaze
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.
How do I Store Leftover Donuts?
If you have any donuts leftover, place them into an airtight container and leave them at room temperature.
As they cool, they will harden, so for best results, eat within the first couple of hours after you make them.
Reheat Donuts In Air Fryer
Yes, they are so much better warm. So if you have any leftovers, set them into the air fryer basket and set the temperature to 300 degrees F, and rehat for 2 to 3 minutes, until warmed through.
You will have to make a new batch of icing since reheating will melt off most of the icing, but that will really freshen up your donuts!
More Air Fryer Breakfast Recipes
Are you looking for more air fryer breakfast recipes? You’ve come to the right place! In this post, we’ll share some of our favorite recipes for cooking breakfast in your air fryer. From eggs to pancakes to waffles, we’ve got you covered. So what are you waiting for? Start air frying your breakfast today!
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Air Fryer Glazed Biscuit Donuts
- 1 package biscuits (refrigerator)
- 4 tablespoons melted butter
- 1 cup powdered sugar
- 2 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, please place them in your air fryer basket or air fryer oven tray. Both should be greased with cooking spray.
- Place them into your air fryer (middle shelf if you have an oven) and set the timer for 4 to 6 minutes at 330 degrees F, air fryer setting.
- 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.
- late, serve, and enjoy!
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