With this Air Fryer Donuts recipe, you can make delicious powdered sugar and cinnamon sugar donut holes and donuts at home! It is super easy to do too!
Coating of Donuts5mins
Keyword: Air Fryer Donuts
Author: Aunt Lou
16oztube refrigerated jumbo biscuitsdivided
1/2 cuppowdered sugar
Turn your air fryer on to 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 5 minutes to preheat it.
While your air fryer is preheating, use your 1 inch biscuit cutter to cut the center of each biscuit out and set the centers aside.
Once air fryer is preheated, place 4 biscuits in the bottom of the air fryer basket so they are evenly spaced and not touching the sides or each other.
Cook on 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 5-6 minutes, flipping the donuts halfway through cooking time. (Be careful! Everything is extremely hot. I would recommend wearing an oven mitt and using tongs to do the flipping.)
While your first batch is cooking, put your powdered sugar in one bowl. In another bowl, mix together your cinnamon and sugar. You will also want to have your butter melted in a cup or small bowl with a basting brush ready for your first batch to be done.
Remove the cooked donuts and place the next batch in to follow the same cooking temperature and time as the first batch.
While your second batch is cooking, use a basting brush to coat your donuts in butter and roll in desired toppings until well coated.
Set finished donuts on a plate to cool.
Repeat the buttering and topping coating step on your second batch once they are done.
For the donut holes, you will need to have your air fryer on 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 2-3 minutes, flipping them halfway through.
Repeat the buttering and topping coating step for your donut holes.
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