AIR FRYER JELLY DONUTS

AIR FRYER JELLY DONUTS

Recipe By: Samantha

Donuts cooked in an air fryer using packaged biscuits and raspberry jelly with just four ingredients.

With an air fryer, indulging a sweet tooth is never a problem. You may prepare nutritious dishes like grilled chicken breasts and carrots, but you can also treat yourself to some really sugary sweets, like these jelly donuts made in an air fryer.

PREP TIME: 5 minutes
COOK TIME:5 minutes
ADDITIONAL TIME: 5 minutes
TOTAL TIME: 15 Mints
Ingredients:
  1. Pillsbury Grands (Homestyle) in one package
  2. Half a cup of seedless raspberry jam
  3. One tablespoon of melted butter
  4. half a cup of sugar

 

Directions:

  1. Preheat air fryer to 320 degrees.
  2. Place Grand Rolls inside the air fryer in a single layer and cook for 5-6 minutes until golden brown.
  3. Remove rolls from the air fryer and set aside.
  4. Place sugar into a wide bowl with a flat bottom.
  5. Baste butter on all sides of the donut and roll in the sugar to cover completely. Complete with all remaining donuts.
  6. Using a long cake tip, pipe 1-2 tablespoons of raspberry jelly into each donut.
  7. Enjoy immediately or keep up to 3 days.*

 

NOTES:

*Warm doughnuts taste best. When the rolls are cooked, they can be stored if not eating right away. When ready to eat, reheat for two to three minutes at 300 degrees in an air fryer that has been preheated. Then, coat with butter and sugar and pipe jelly within.

NOTE:

Since freezer style bags usually have a flat bottom and no distinct corner to cut, you cannot use them for this.

JELLY DONUTS USE WHICH KIND OF JELLY?
Traditionally, raspberry jelly without seeds is used to fill jelly donuts. It’s the ideal fruit filling for decadent, sweet donuts.

You may make your own (be sure to drain out all the raspberry seeds!) or get it directly from the supermarket.

You can vary the flavour by using your preferred seedless jam, such as strawberry! You could even pipe them with custard, like a novel take on Boston Cream.

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