Making Cinnamon Sugar Donut Holes with the Instant Pot Vortex Plus 6 Qt Air Fryer

*Disclaimer - I received the product in this post from Instant Pot, in order to facilitate this review for my readers. 

Are you looking for a delicious breakfast food to try for the whole family?

When I found out I'd be receiving an air fryer, I was so excited because I have been wanting to get a 6 quart air fryer for quite some time now, and Instant Pot has this awesome one known as the Vortex Plus 6 Qt Air Fryer, and is the BEST appliance I own so far now, and I have used it a good bit already. 

This next picture just shows the size of the air fryer from the side.

I had found a basic recipe card that showed timing and temperatures for certain foods in air fryers, so I wanted to put it to use. Our kids love donuts and donut holes, so of course first up in trying out our new air fryer was to try out some delicious donut holes dipped in cinnamon sugar once cooked. 

What you'll need for making donut holes:
- 1 can of biscuits
- Melted butter 
- Cinnamon sugar 

- Tongs

When you're ready, you'll want to remove the biscuits from the can and cut each one into small pieces so that you can place a good few of them into the air fryer at one time. I bought Grands, but any brand will work just fine.

Here's a picture to show you what they'll look like once you cut them into small pieces. 

For these donut holes, you will need to plug your air fryer in and set it to Air Fry, and for the time you put it for 4 minutes, and for the temperature you will set it to 350. Around 2 minutes, it will tell you to flip food over, and then you'll just close it again for it to finish.

Here's what they will look like when you put them into the air fryer before cooking them.

Once your donut holes are done cooking, you'll want to remove the basket from the air fryer. Be sure you have the melted butter, tongs, and bowl of cinnamon sugar ready right after they're finished cooking, and an additional bowl to sit them in once they're coated in cinnamon sugar. 

And here is the finished product of cinnamon sugar donut holes, and YES they're delicious as they look!

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