air fryer blueberry biscuits

air fryer blueberry biscuits

Is there a finer breakfast than air fryer blueberry biscuits? Not in my opinion. They were incredible. In a matter of minutes, they were gone! What could be better than a classic powdered sugar icing? That’s how I finished them off. They truly are great. These are really easy to make, even if you’re intimidated by the thought!

This is one of the nicest baked products you can cook in the Air Fryer for a wonderful and speedy breakfast, among many others. My kids adore them so much! Additionally, I wanted to provide you some ideas for making the most of your season’s fresh blueberries as summer approaches!

Spend 20 minutes preparing.

Cooking Time: 20 minutes

Total Time: Forty Minutes

Eight servings

Recipe By: Fork and Spoon

Ingredients For Air fryer blueberry biscuits:

  1. Two cups of all-purpose flour
  2. Two tsp of baking powder
  3. One tsp of kosher salt
  4. One tsp finely ground cinnamon
  5. Four tablespoons of butter or vegetable shortening
  6. Two tsp sugar
  7. Half a cup of buttermilk
  8. One cup of fresh blueberries (dried and cleaned)

Icing for the Recipe:

  1. One cup of sugar powder
  2. Two to four teaspoons of milk

Instructions For Air fryer blueberry biscuits:

  • In a large mixing basin, mix together the flour, baking powder, sugar, salt, and ground cinnamon.
  • Stir in the shortening using your mixer.
  • Pour in your buttermilk gradually and stir thoroughly. Don’t stir the dough any longer once a ball starts to form.
  • Add the blueberries and fold. I thoroughly blended everything with my hands.
  • Roll out the dough after flouring the surface and rolling pin.
  • To cut out the biscuits, use a 2 3/4-inch biscuit cutter.
  • After that, cook the formed biscuits in an air fryer that has been greased for 6 to 9 minutes at 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Before drizzling the frosting over the biscuits, let them cool slightly.
  • Arrange, present, and savour!
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Equipment: Parchment paper, cooking spray and air fryer
Notes: You will need one cup of powdered sugar and two to four teaspoons of milk to prepare the icing. Blend thoroughly by mixing.

What Is the Shelf Life of These Biscuits?

  • After being stored in the refrigerator in an airtight container, they typically last for one to two days.
  • If you would want to double or even treble the recipe, they freeze really well as well. Some can be frozen for a tasty and speedy breakfast or dessert at a later time!

Are These Oven-Friendly?

  • Yes, you can typically cook anything made in an air fryer in an oven.
  • Preheat the oven to 450 degrees Fahrenheit. Bake them for 12 to 14 minutes, or until they are golden brown.

Can I Make These using Frozen Blueberries?

  • Yes, I would advise against thawing them. Put them in the freezer.
  • There are two issues when defrosting fruit for baked goods: the batter is too thin and your blueberry biscuits turn blue.

Is It Possible to Add Fruit Other Than Blueberries?

Yes, feel free to use whichever fruit you happen to have on hand. I’ve made these with cranberries, fresh strawberries, currants, and even chocolate chips for a special treat for my family.

What’s Added to Biscuits?
Usually, I drizzle some honey or butter on top. However, you could just as easily serve these with lemon curd, whipped cream, or honey!

Nourishment Facts:

Serving: One Gram 264 kcal of calories  46g of carbohydrates 4g of protein 7g of fat Two grams of saturated fat 2g of polyunsaturated fat 3g of monounsaturated fat1g of trans fat2 mg of cholesterol 440 milligrams of sodium 75 milligrams of potassium 1g of fibre 21g of sugar 42 IU of vitamin A Two milligrams of vitamin C 103 milligrams of calcium Iron: two milligrams

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Is there a finer breakfast than Air Fryer Blueberry Biscuits? Not in my opinion. They were incredible. In a matter of minutes, they were gone!