This is one of the greatest baking hacks, I have come across in recent history, the donut making started innocently enough, when I was experimenting with my air fryer, and remembered my mother baking these in a skillet, and I thought why not?
My kids were pretty happy as was I since I found a new and easy breakfast food.
These donuts are great, you do not need to play with flour or yeast, and you can get them to your table in about 7 minutes. More if you are frosting and decorating them. This also saves you a stop at Dunkin Donuts (my favorite, since I am a Boston gal) and my husband’s favorite Krispy Kreme (since he is a Mid-western guy)
There are only two tools that you really need is a good solid cutting board and a set of biscuit cutters, both come in handy as you work through recipes with your Air Fryer.
My mother was a great baker, she 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.
My kids have the same problem, we are always running late. My youngest son commutes half an hour to school, so he always eats in the car. My oldest one is barely making it to school on time, so he eats, in the car, while my husband is driving him. 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.
I have a long laundry list of items, I would like to make, so if you have any suggestions, I am always open to them.
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These are so easy, and yet so delicious. My kids love eating them, and I love making them. They can be changed out with any flavor this is a great beginner air fryer recipe!
- 1 can Pillsbury biscuits
- 1 can cherry pie filling
- 1 cup powdered sugar
- 4–5 tablespoons milk
- Start by removing the biscuits from the can.
- Use the back of a spatula, to make a hole, or simply press your finger in, widen the circle to get a few tablespoons of filling, per biscuit.
- Spoon in the filling.
- Set on the tray ( I could fit four) or in the air fryer basket. (make sure both are sprayed with olive oil, otherwise, your pastry will stick)
- Set in the oven, and set the temperature to 320 degrees F, for 4 minutes.
- Meanwhile, make the icing, mix together the powdered sugar and milk, mix (and add in more milk) until it’s easy to drizzle.
- Drizzle over the pastry.
- Plate, serve and enjoy!