Baked Cinnamon Donut Holes
Easy cinnamon donut holes are baked in minutes!
Cinnamon donut holes are king in our house. I love cinnamon donut holes because they are bite-sized I feel like I can either have more than I would if they were full-sized donuts, or I can opt to have less and feel satisfied that I had a donut!
his baked cinnamon donut hole recipe is the easiest donut recipe you can ask for. And, they’re baked, not fried, so it’s better for you! Another cinnamon-sugar recipe we love that also uses canned dough is our churros recipe.
One recipe makes an entire pie pan of baked donut holes. I use cinnamon and sugar to coat mine and they’re perfect.
This plate of donut holes will be gone in no time!
I’m a sucker for breakfast treats. Well, treats of any kind. And, this recipe is just too easy not to try. Perfect for a busy working mom.
- 1 can refrigerator biscuits any amount of biscuits is fine.
- 1/4 cup sugar
- 1 Tablespoon cinnamon
- 4 Tablespoons butter
- Preheat oven 350
- Grease a shallow baking pan (I used a glass pie pan) with butter or cooking spray
- Melt butter (microwave in 30 second increments or melt on stovetop), put in small bowl
- Mix together sugar and cinnamon, put in small bowl
- Open package of biscuits and separate individual biscuits
- With knife, cut each biscuit into 4 pieces
- Take each small piece and roll into a ball
- Take each ball and dip in melted butter, covering ball
- Next, roll butter-covered ball into sugar mixture
- Place cinnamon-sugar covered ball into baking dish
- Repeat until all biscuit pieces are covered and in baking dish
- Donuts can be touching when in the pan. Just keep moving them around until they all fit.
- Bake 18-20 minutes.
- Let cool 5-10 minutes before serving. These pull apart easily and are quickly devoured!
- Depending on the biscuits you buy, you might prefer to follow the baking instructions on the package. i.e. 375 for 11-15 minutes. Just make sure the biscuits are cooked through. Pop them back in for a few minutes if they aren't done enough.