Air Fryer Vegan Donuts Holes (3 ingredients!) ♥
Air Fryer Vegan Donut Holes made with only 3 ingredients. Very easy and quick to prepare, super fluffy, soft and delicious. These vegan donut holes (or timbits) are perfect to satisfy your sweet tooth with something really quick to prepare and super yum!
To prepare these air fryer vegan donut holes, we will need simple ingredients: all-purpose flour (or whole wheat flour), baking powder and vegan yogurt. With those ingredients we will be able to make the dough and then we’ll toss it in a little bit of melted margarine or vegan butter to deepen the flavor and also to make it easier for the sugar coating to stick to the donuts.
Keep in mind the next suggestions:
- The cooking time in the air fryer is for 9-10 g balls. If you make them bigger, they will require a little more time to fully cook through.
- If the yogurt you’ll use is not sweetened, add 1-2 tbsp brown sugar.
- If the dough is a bit sticky, don’t add more flour, it’s normal. But if it’s sticky to the point where you can’t handle it, add a little oil to your hands, rub them together, and knead until it feels more manageable.
- If you want to cook the donuts in a conventional oven, bake at 190°C (380°F) for approximately 7-8 minutes (or until lightly browned).
Watch it step by step
Air Fryer Vegan Donuts Holes (3 ingredients!)
- 70 g all-purpose flour or whole wheat flour
- ¼ cup vegan yogurt (70 g)
- 1 tsp baking powder
- 1 tbsp margarine or vegan butter melted
Coating (can be just sugar)
- ¼ cup sugar
- 2 tsp ground cinnamon
- Preheat the air fryer to 180°C (355°F).
- Mix the flour with the baking powder. Add the yogurt and mix again.
- Transfer to your work surface and knead for about 4-5 minutes or until the dough feels smooth, but slightly sticky.
- Divide the dough into same size balls (9-10 g).
- Add the melted margarine to a bowl, toss the dough balls and shake it up to fully coat them with margarine.
- Place the dough balls in the air fryer, leaving a little space between them, and cook for 5 1/2 minutes. They should look slightly golden.
- Toss the balls to the bowl with the remaining margarine (if there is no more margarine left in the bowl, add 1/2 to 1 tbsp more), and shake again until fully coated.
- Finally, transfer the balls to a bowl with sugar (it can be just sugar or sugar mixed with cinnamon), and give it a shake to make the sugar stick to the donut holes.
- Serve right away.