Air Fryer Donut Holes are a super simple yet delicious treat for the whole family. Ready within minutes, you can prepare these donut holes with scone mix or refrigerated biscuit dough!
- 320 gramscone mix or 1 tube Pillsbury Grands Flaky Biscuits
- 150 mlmilk (if using scone mix)
- 4 tablespoonunsalted butter
- 4 tablespoonsugar granulated
- 1 tablespooncinnamon ground
In a mixing bowl add scone mix.320 gram scone mix
Graduallly add milk and knead the mixture very lightly to form a soft, smooth dough.150 ml milk
Roughly pat down the dough onto a lightly floured surface until the dough is around 1-2 inch thickness.
Using a small cookie cutter, cut the dough into doughnut rounds to make simple donut holes.
You can also roll the dough into small equal sized balls.
Spray the air fryer basket with cooking spray or use parchment paper.
Arrange the donuts in a single layer in the basket of the air fryer. Ensure the bites are not touching each other.
Air Fry for 8 minutes on 190 C or 375 degrees F. At 5 minutes, I would open the basket and see how the doughnuts are doing. Give the air fryer basket a little shake.
The cooking time will adjust based on the size of your doughnut holes and your air fryer.
Whilst the doughnuts are in the air fryer, you can prepare the topping.
In a medium bowl, mix granulated sugar and cinnamon. Ensure your butter is melted and keep in a separate small bowl.4 tablespoon sugar,1 tablespoon cinnamon
Once the dough balls are done, dip them immediately in the melted butter. This helps the sugar to stick to the cooked donut holes.4 tablespoon unsalted butter
Allow the excess to drain off and dunk into the cinnamon-sugar mixture.
Remove and place on a baking sheet or wire rack.
Air Fryer Donut Holes
Serving Size 1
Amount per Serving
Sodium: 3 mg