How to Make Easy Canned Biscuit Donuts + Glazes

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Grab a can of large biscuits and learn how to make easy canned biscuit donuts with vanilla and chocolate glaze and delicious biscuit donut holes with cinnamon sugar. Deep fry, bake, or air fry them in just a few minutes time! 

Grab a can of large biscuits and learn how to make easy canned biscuit donuts with vanilla and chocolate glaze and delicious biscuit donut holes with cinnamon sugar. Deep fry, bake, or air fry them in just a few minutes time! 

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How to Make Easy Canned Biscuit Donuts + Glazes

Love donuts? Love biscuits?

Then hold onto your hats for today’s simple and delicious recipe – Easy Canned Biscuit Donuts.

Canned biscuit donuts are pretty much one of the greatest food inventions ever, and they’re incredibly easy to make.

Made with a can of biscuits, biscuit donuts feature a light and crispy golden outside with a pillowy soft and fluffy texture on the inside that is oh so delicious.

Best of all, you can make these delightfully delicious biscuit donuts in just a few minutes time and just like my very popular Cake Mix Donuts, you can decorate and flavor them so many different ways.

Today I’m sharing how to make these easy canned biscuit donuts and sharing my three favorite donut glazes/toppings including original, chocolate icing, and a simple cinnamon sugar coating.

If you’ve ever wondered how to make donuts from biscuits in a can, then keep reading and add this biscuit donut recipe to your to-do list ASAP.

You can also watch my complete Youtube video tutorial over here.

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Grab a can of large biscuits and learn how to make easy canned biscuit donuts with vanilla and chocolate glaze and delicious biscuit donut holes with cinnamon sugar. Deep fry, bake, or air fry them in just a few minutes time! 

Mouthwatering Canned Biscuit Donuts

These canned biscuit donuts really couldn’t be more simple to make!

You only need one main ingredient- canned biscuit donuts, and the rest is up to you depending on how you want to dress them up.

These canned biscuit donuts are also great because you can deep fry them, bake them in the oven, or use an air fryer to make them.

I’ve personally made them all three ways and find them all equally delicious!

 

Ingredients for Canned Biscuit Donuts

Below I’ve included a list of all the ingredients you’ll need to make these canned biscuit donuts.

I prepared these biscuit donuts with an original glaze, chocolate icing, and a cinnamon sugar mixture for my donut holes, but you can use whatever glaze, icing, or coating you want.

Be sure to check out some of my recommended topping and glaze ideas in the FAQ’s section below.

 

Biscuit Donuts Ingredients:
Original Glaze Ingredients:
Chocolate Icing Ingredients:
Cinnamon Sugar Ingredients (for donut holes):

Recommended Equipment for Canned Biscuit Donuts

The main item you’ll need to make these donuts is a set of biscuit cutters.

This set is my absolute favorite because of the different sizes and I also love using it to make homemade cookies!

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Below, I’ve included the rest of the items you’ll need to prepare your canned biscuit donuts.

 

Deep Frying Method – To make these canned biscuit donuts you’ll need either a Deep Fryer or Dutch Oven Pot. I also recommend using a thermometer and spider strainer.

 

Air Frying Method – Prefer air frying? These canned biscuit donuts are easy to make with this Air Fryer.

 

Oven Method – Want to bake your biscuit donuts? All you need is a Large Baking Sheet and Parchment Paper

 

Other equipment needed: 

Grab a can of large biscuits and learn how to make easy canned biscuit donuts with vanilla and chocolate glaze and delicious biscuit donut holes with cinnamon sugar. Deep fry, bake, or air fry them in just a few minutes time! 

Canned Biscuit Donuts FAQ’s

 

Are biscuit donuts good?

YES! Biscuit donuts are so yummy!

The outside is crispy and golden and the inside texture is soft, fluffy, and chewy just like buttery biscuits.

 

What kind of biscuits are best for donut biscuits?

Large or “Grands” sized canned refrigerated biscuit donuts are best, and each can will make 8 donuts and 8 donut holes.

Look for regular, Southern Homestyle, or buttermilk biscuits, and avoid the layered ones.

They’ll still taste good, but won’t be as fluffy and soft in texture.

 

What’s the best oil to fry biscuit donuts?

I recommend using a neutral flavored cooking oil that has a high smoke point.

Canola oil, vegetable oil, corn oil, grapeseed oil, or safflower oil.

I prefer using vegetable oil to fry biscuit donuts since they heat up quickly and will make your donuts nice and crispy.

 

What temperature do I fry biscuit donuts at?

I recommend frying your biscuit donuts between 350°F–375°F for best results.

 

Can I make donuts without a thermometer?

I highly recommend buying a thermometer like this since they’re so helpful in the kitchen, but you can still make these donuts if you don’t have a thermometer.

Simply heat the oil until it bubbles when you place the handle of a wooden spoon in it.

 

Test Method:

You can also use one donut as your tester to see if your oil is too hot or not warm enough.

Fry your donut until both sides are a golden brown and then cut the donut in half. If it’s fully cooked (with no raw dough showing), then your oil is heated to a good temperature.

If it’s still raw, then you will need to lower your oil, wait a few minutes, and then re-test another donut until the donuts are frying evenly through.

 

How to Store Biscuit Donuts

When fried, these biscuit donuts are best enjoyed fresh, but leftovers can be stored in an airtight container or sealed storage bag for up to 2 days.

I recommend cooling your donuts completely before storing, and when ready to eat, I recommend warming them in the microwave for 15 seconds.

 

Biscuit Donut Glaze and Topping Ideas
  • Original Glaze
  • Chocolate Icing
  • Vanilla Icing
  • Caramel Icing
  • Maple Icing
  • Cinnamon Sugar
  • Powdered Sugar
  • Sprinkles (add fun colors on top of glazes/icing for holidays and special occasions)
  • Chopped Nuts
  • Shredded Coconut
  • Chopped Fruit (Vanilla Icing + Chopped Strawberries is my favorite!)
  • Chopped Bacon (Maple Bacon = Heaven!)

Grab a can of large biscuits and learn how to make easy canned biscuit donuts with vanilla and chocolate glaze and delicious biscuit donut holes with cinnamon sugar. Deep fry, bake, or air fry them in just a few minutes time! 

Canned Biscuit Donuts Alternate Cooking Methods

The great thing about canned biscuit donuts is you can prepare them several different ways. You can fry them, bake them in the oven, or use an air fryer to make them.

Below I’ve included helpful instructions on how to make biscuit donuts in the oven and how to make biscuit donuts in an air fryer.

 

Oven

If you don’t want to fry your donuts, these biscuit donuts can also be made in the oven.

They won’t have as crispy as an outside texture, but will still be soft and delicious.

 

Tools Needed: You will need a small biscuit/cookie cutter, a large baking sheet, and parchment paper.

 

How to Make Biscuit Donuts in Oven:

Preheat your oven to 375 degrees F, cut your donuts, and place on a parchment paper lined baking sheet.

Bake for 10-15 minutes or until your donuts are a light golden brown.

If making donut holes, bake for 8-10 minutes or until they are a light golden brown.

Glaze and add toppings as desired.

 

Air Fryer

Another popular method to make these biscuit donuts is using an air fryer.

Air fryer donuts give you a similar texture to fried donuts without having to use oil, and they end up tasting delicious.

*Do keep in mind, this method can be a little more time-consuming than the other methods.

 

Tools Needed: You will need a small biscuit/cookie cutter, parchment paper, and of course an air fryer.

 

How to Make Biscuit Donuts in Air Fryer:

First, cut a piece of parchment paper to fit the bottom of the air fryer basket and spray with non-stick cooking spray.

Preheat the air fryer to 350 degrees F.

If size allows, place 2 donuts and 2 donut holes in a single layer in your fryer basket.

Cook for 2- 2 ½ minutes, flip, and cook an additional 2-2 ½ minutes until both sides are evenly golden brown.

Repeat the process until all your donuts and donut holes are baked.

Glaze and add toppings as desired.

Grab a can of large biscuits and learn how to make easy canned biscuit donuts with vanilla and chocolate glaze and delicious biscuit donut holes with cinnamon sugar. Deep fry, bake, or air fry them in just a few minutes time! 

How to Make Biscuit Donuts and Biscuit Donut Holes in a Deep Fryer

Below I’ve included all the recommended kitchen supplies you’ll need to make these easy biscuit donuts, and step-by-step instructions on how to make them.

For a complete video tutorial, watch my Youtube video over here.

 

Recommended Kitchen Supplies:

 

Step 1

Begin warming oil in a deep fryer to 375 degrees Fahrenheit.

If you like to deep fry foods a lot, I recommend this affordable fryer which is super easy to use and mess-free.

Another great option is using a deep dutch oven pot like this, which is what I use for making my ultra popular Fried Apple Pies.

 

Step 2

Using a small round biscuit/cookie cutter, cut out the center of each canned biscuit to form your donuts.

The round shapes you cut out will be used for your donut holes.

Grab a can of large biscuits and learn how to make easy canned biscuit donuts with vanilla and chocolate glaze and delicious biscuit donut holes with cinnamon sugar. Deep fry, bake, or air fry them in just a few minutes time! 

Grab a can of large biscuits and learn how to make easy canned biscuit donuts with vanilla and chocolate glaze and delicious biscuit donut holes with cinnamon sugar. Deep fry, bake, or air fry them in just a few minutes time! 

Step 3:

In a microwavable bowl, begin making the biscuit donuts glaze by warming 2 tbsp butter until melted.

I prefer using my tried and true Pyrex mixing bowls, because I can mix, microwave, and throw it in the dishwasher afterwards.

Add in sugar, vanilla, and milk, stirring well until you have reached the desired smooth consistency. Set aside.

Grab a can of large biscuits and learn how to make easy canned biscuit donuts with vanilla and chocolate glaze and delicious biscuit donut holes with cinnamon sugar. Deep fry, bake, or air fry them in just a few minutes time! 

Step 4:

In a separate bowl, prepare your chocolate glaze by combining cocoa powder, powdered sugar, vanilla extract, and milk, and whisking together until smooth. Set aside.

Grab a can of large biscuits and learn how to make easy canned biscuit donuts with vanilla and chocolate glaze and delicious biscuit donut holes with cinnamon sugar. Deep fry, bake, or air fry them in just a few minutes time! 

Step 5:

In another small bowl combine the sugar and cinnamon you will use to coat the canned biscuit donut holes. Set aside.

Grab a can of large biscuits and learn how to make easy canned biscuit donuts with vanilla and chocolate glaze and delicious biscuit donut holes with cinnamon sugar. Deep fry, bake, or air fry them in just a few minutes time! 

Step 6:

Once oil has reached 375 degrees, begin frying your canned biscuit donuts in the oil two at a time, 1 minute per side.

Repeat until all large biscuit donuts have been fried. Once completed, add in all the biscuit donut holes at once and fry for 1 minute total, turning halfway through.

 

Step 7:

Place fried biscuit donuts on paper towel or cooling rack with a pan underneath to drain any excess oil.

 

Step 8:

Place large canned biscuit donuts into glazed icing one at a time, coating both sides well.

Using a tong, carefully place donut on cooling rack. Repeat until all donuts have been glazed.

Toss the small canned biscuit donut holes in cinnamon sugar mixture, coating well.

Grab a can of large biscuits and learn how to make easy canned biscuit donuts with vanilla and chocolate glaze and delicious biscuit donut holes with cinnamon sugar. Deep fry, bake, or air fry them in just a few minutes time! 

Grab a can of large biscuits and learn how to make easy canned biscuit donuts with vanilla and chocolate glaze and delicious biscuit donut holes with cinnamon sugar. Deep fry, bake, or air fry them in just a few minutes time! 

Step 9:

Enjoy your delicious and easy canned biscuit donuts with your family or friends!

 

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Grab a can of large biscuits and learn how to make easy canned biscuit donuts with vanilla and chocolate glaze and delicious biscuit donut holes with cinnamon sugar. Deep fry, bake, or air fry them in just a few minutes time! 

  • Author: Cara Owens
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Cook Time: 10 minutes
  • Total Time: 15 minutes
  • Yield: 8 donuts and 8 donut holes 1x
  • Category: Breakfast, Dessert
  • Method: Frying
  • Cuisine: American

Ingredients

Units Scale

Glazed Icing: (enough for 8 donuts)

Chocolate Glaze Icing: (enough for 8 donuts)

Cinnamon Sugar: (enough for 8 donut holes)

Instructions

  1. Begin warming oil in a deep fryer to 375 degrees Fahrenheit. If you like to deep fry foods a lot, I recommend this affordable fryer which is super easy to use and mess-free. Another great option is using a deep dutch oven pot like this, which is what I use for making my ultra popular Fried Apple Pies.
  2. Using a small round biscuit/cookie cutter, cut out the center of each canned biscuit to form your donuts. The round shapes you cut out will be used for your donut holes.
  3. In a microwavable bowl, begin making the biscuit donuts glaze icing by warming 2 tbsp butter until melted. Add in sugar, vanilla, and milk, stirring well until you have reached the desired smooth consistency. Set aside.
  4. In a separate bowl, prepare your chocolate glaze by combining cocoa powder, powdered sugar, vanilla extract, and milk, and whisking together until smooth. Set aside.
  5. In a small bowl combine the sugar and cinnamon you will use to coat the canned biscuit donut holes.
  6. Once oil has reached 375 degrees, begin frying your canned biscuit donuts in the oil two at a time, 1 minute per side. Repeat until all large donuts have been fried. Once completed, add in all the donut holes at once and fry for 1 minute total, turning halfway through.
  7. Place fried canned biscuit donuts on paper towel or cooling rack with a pan underneath to drain any excess oil.
  8. Place large donuts into glazed icing one at a time, coating both sides well. Using a tong, carefully place donut on cooling rack. Repeat until all donuts have been glazed. If glazing with chocolate icing, dip one side into the glaze. Toss canned biscuit donut holes in cinnamon sugar mixture, coating well.
  9. Enjoy your delicious and easy canned biscuit donuts with your family or friends!
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Notes

Store leftover donuts in an airtight container or ziploc bag at room temperature for up to 2 days.

 

Alternate Cooking Methods

Oven

Tools Needed: You will need a small biscuit/cookie cutter, a large baking sheet, and parchment paper.

How to Make Biscuit Donuts in Oven:
  • Preheat your oven to 375 degrees F, cut your donuts, and place on a parchment paper lined baking sheet.
  • Bake for 10-15 minutes or until your donuts are a light golden brown.
  • If making donut holes, bake for 8-10 minutes or until they are a light golden brown.
  • Glaze and add toppings as desired.

 

Air Fryer

Tools Needed: You will need a small biscuit/cookie cutter, parchment paper, and of course an air fryer.

 

How to Make Biscuit Donuts in Air Fryer:
  • First, cut a piece of parchment paper to fit the bottom of the air fryer basket and spray with non-stick cooking spray.
  • Preheat the air fryer to 350 degrees F.
  • If size allows, place 2 donuts and 2 donut holes in a single layer in your fryer basket.
  • Cook for 2- 2 ½ minutes, flip, and cook an additional 2-2 ½ minutes until both sides are evenly golden brown.
  • Repeat the process until all your donuts and donut holes are baked.
  • Glaze and add toppings as desired.

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Hope you’ll give these delicious biscuit donuts a try soon and let me know if you try them in the comments below!

 

Thanks for stopping by!  -Cara

 

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145 Comments

  1. Has anyone tried this with the Walmart great value biscuits? I’m just wondering if they are the same or if there’s a noticeable difference…

    1. Hi Jeannie! I’ve made them with GV and other off brands before and it turns out fine, but for some reason they don’t puff up as much as Pillsbury. It doesn’t change the taste at all so if that’s all you have on hand, go for it and enjoy!

    2. Made these this morning and my kids loved them. So quick and easy. I did make them with the great value walmart biscuits and we think they are great, so don’t know how others work but they are definitely still good.






  2. I’m never buying doughnuts again! These were fantastic and the glaze was just perfect. Wonderful recipe. ♡






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  5. Just made these this morning. They are delicious! Had a little problem with the glaze, so we decided to do cinnamon sugar on everything and it was wonderful. I don’t have a deep fryer so did it on the stove, and took a while to get the oil right. But my son loved them, definitely will be doing again!






    1. I’m so glad to hear you and your family loved them, Emily! Thanks so much for sharing and rating them – appreciate your support! 🙂

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  9. Hi Cara,

    Those biscuit doughnuts look absolutely fantastic! Add cinnamon and it can’t be more perfect! Thank you so much for sharing this amazing recipe!

    Zaria

    1. Thank-you! They really are delicious, it’s been a few weeks and I honestly want to make them again 😉

  10. My hubby introduced biscuit doughnuts to me. His mother used to make this as a treat for them and now my kids eat this too. Thanks for sharing on Merry Monday, hope to see you again!

  11. Oh YUM! These look SO good and I am such a sucker for homemade donuts. I could eat them all the time! Can’t wait to try these! Thanks so much for linking up with us in the Best of the Blogosphere Link-Up! Hope to see you again tomorrow!

  12. Thank you for sharing this delicious recipe at the #RecipeSharingParty! I hope to see you next week. Pinned and Yummed. Please visit #OverTheMoon on Sunday or #ThursdayFavoriteThings for more sharing fun! Don’t forget to Comment your link #’s so I can be sure to visit and get a chance to be featured!

  13. Just a minute I need to grab a glass of milk! thank you for sharing at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop. whatch for your feature on Monday xo

  14. YUMMMM, YUMMMM just seeing this I’ve got to make these my crew will love them, who would have thought with biscuits. xoxoxo 😉

  15. I have fried canned biscuits to make the little puffs like you find at the Chinese buffet, but I totally never thought of frying the whole thing! What the heck is wrong with me? These look so good, thanks for sharing!!

  16. I love biscuit donuts! My great Aunt would make them all the time when we would visit her in Kentucky and it was one of my fondest memories of being there. Ha! They are to die for!

  17. Mouthwatering is right! My goodness those look delicious. How does the texture turn out? Biscuity or like a doughnut?
    I’m now contemplating buying a deep fryer!

    1. Thank-you! Surprisingly enough they have a doughnut texture- it’s crazy. I thought the same thing before making them, that they were going to taste like sweet biscuits but they were really good! 🙂

  18. Those look divine. I usually make my doughnuts from scratch but it’s a timely process. Definitely need to give this a try.

    1. Yes, I think I’m going to tackle making those soon too- but these are a nice alternative when you want an easy version 🙂

  19. I used to make these all the time way back before I had kids. Thanks for sharing. I think I need to make these for my kids soon!

  20. Oh my goodness-
    they look fabulous and thank you for the recipe!

    I hope you will share this this week at Thoughts of Home on Thursday.
    Just stop by my blog Thursday to join in. We would love to have you.

    Enjoyed visiting,
    Laura
    White Spray Paint

  21. Oh, they look like heaven! I can’t imagine how many Weight Watcher points they are but I don’t even care!

  22. wow these look amazing, i always put off making these due to thinking that they would be too time consuming and fiddly i will definitely be using this recipe!

  23. These are mouth-watering! I want to eat these immediately. I can’t wait to try this recipe. Thank you!

  24. OMG mouthwatering is right!!! Krispy Kreme eat your heart out!!! Here’s the problem, SELF CONTROL! Gaaaaah these look amazing!

    1. Thank-you! Haha I know- my husband made it pretty easy on this batch though he ate quite a few 😉 Thus the reason cops have the whole doughnut joke going on!

  25. OMG these look amazing! I’ll admit, I have a doughnut weakness too. I seriously have a bucket list of places that I want to go eat doughnuts at before I die! I love that you made these yourself. I’m not sure I’m that brave with a fryer… yet.

    1. Thank-you! Yes, I always have to try different doughnuts at bakeries and I haven’t’ found one that I don’t like yet-haha

  26. biscuits and donuts?! what?! This is my dream! I’m all about everything biscuits, thanks for sharing this!

  27. Oh man do these look good!! This is definitely something I’m pinning to try to make later because my mouth is literally watering just looking at them!

  28. This is such a great idea. I remembered my granny had made a yummy cake from biscuits which tasted like heaven! Will try this out! 🙂

  29. Wow. These donuts look amazing! I crave donuts all the time I can’t wait to try this 🙂

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  30. These look amazing! I love how easy they are. I would have never thought to use biscuits. Can not wait to try. Thanks for sharing!

  31. My goodness those doughnuts look amazingly delicious! I want!, haha! Pretty straight forward, thank you Cara, I’m going to try making it!

  32. OMG mouthwatering doesn’t even justify this. Definitely makes me want donuts instead of my boring oatmeal!

    1. Haha yeah for real, I ate a granola bar this morning and it just didn’t have the same appeal 😉

  33. AHH! This look SO good, my mouth is literally watering! Too bad I have celiac disease so I can’t eat gluten bc I want these! Unfortunelty I haven’t found a gluten free version of biscuits 🙁 But these seriously look amazing!

    xo, Kristina

    1. Ahh, so sorry! Pillsbury seriously needs to step up their game and offer a gluten free version! Thank-you, though!

  34. You’re killing me with the temptation here!!!! It looks so delicious.
    My dad used to make deep fried donuts when I was growing up – such a fun memory.

    1. Oh how cool! My grandma used to make fried apple pies that were the most amazing thing you’d ever taste. 🙂

    1. Thank-you! Haha yeah, I can thank my husband for ours. We don’t use it too often but it is nice from time to time for making treats like these 😉

  35. Omg these look soo good! I’m addicted to donuts it’s a problem. I literally go to Dunkin every time I pass one…

  36. We do the cinnamon sugar biscuit doughnuts at our house and they’re so good. I’m not a fan of glazed doughnuts.

    1. The cinnamon sugar is delicious! That’s what’s so nice about this is you can make them whatever flavor you want 🙂

  37. Well that is indeed the perfect name as these look mouthwatering and finger licking good!!!! Oh I wish I had one..,,or two!! Happy Monday gorgeous!!

  38. You got my sentiments over there. Though I am not a fan of cinnamon but except for that I am going to make these doughnuts. My family will love them.

    1. You could definitely switch up the flavors to suit your family’s taste preferences! The glazed ones are delicious 🙂

  39. my mouth is watering! so much for my monday get on the clean eating boat… maybe ill start tomorrow these look aamazing!

  40. Holy goodness I live in the South and viscut and donut in the same sentence is heaven !!! Definitely trying these.

  41. You’re right, these DO look mouthwatering! I’d forgotten that I made biscuit donuts years ago, but I was a deep frying novice and I think that’s why they were only mediocre. Looks like it’s time to give it another try!

    1. Thank-you! Yes, you should. 🙂 Just be sure and keep an eye on them, they cook pretty quickly and it’s easy to overcook them if you’re not careful.

    1. Thank-you! Yes, we don’t use ours a ton, but it is definitely nice to have when we make homemade treats like these. 🙂

  42. These look absolutely delicious.

    My sister learned how to make these in school. She used to make them a plenty when we were younger. I’d love to revisit this tried and true recipe.

    1. Thank-you! Yes they are so delicious! I can’t believe I hadn’t ever tried them until now 🙂

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