Baked Biscuit Donuts with Strawberry Glaze

Baked Donuts made with refrigerated biscuits and drizzled with a delicious Strawberry Glaze (you’ll want to eat with a spoon!)Baked Donuts made with refrigerated biscuits and drizzled with easy and delicious strawberry glaze!

Happy Friday! OMG this week has been insanely l-o-n-g. I’m ready for the weekend, how about you?

I’ve had all four of my boys home with me. All day. Every day. Dare I say I’m regretting not signing them up for any day camps?? Lol!

No, but really, we’ve been having a good summer so far. I’ve planned something fun everyday and am trying to keep my kids out of the house and away from the TV.

Baked Donuts made with refrigerated biscuits and drizzled with easy and delicious strawberry glaze!

But when we are home, I’m enjoying having my boys help me cook & bake. The other day I decided to get the container of Pillsbury biscuits out that I had in the fridge and turn them into donuts.

I laid the biscuits down on a cookie sheet and then had my little boys take turns pressing a small lid into the middle of each biscuit, creating a cute little donut. We baked them and then made a delicious strawberry glaze to drizzle over the top.

Baked Donuts made with refrigerated biscuits and drizzled with easy and delicious strawberry glaze!

The glaze is so flippin’ good. I had extra and I won’t lie – I ended up eating it with a spoon. So. Good.

All four of my boys ate the entire batch of these donuts within about 20 minutes. Okay, I might have gotten one or two of the donuts. Good thing because holy crap, they were good!

Baked Donuts made with refrigerated biscuits and drizzled with easy and delicious strawberry glaze!

Baked Biscuit Donuts with Strawberry Glaze
 
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Serves: 8
Ingredients
  • 1 (16-oz) container Pillsbury Grands Biscuits
  • melted coconut oil, for spreading on top of biscuits
  • 1 cup strawberries (I used fresh)
  • 2-3 cups powdered sugar (depending on how thick you want your glaze)
  • 1 Tbsp. milk
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 425º F. Spray a cookie sheet with cooking spray.
  2. Open the Pillsbury biscuits and place on cookie sheet. Take the lid to either the coconut oil or any other lid with about an inch in diameter, cut into the donut using the lid to make a hole in the center of each biscuit.
  3. When all biscuits have a hole in the center, lightly spread with a little melted coconut oil over the tops of each biscuit. Place cookie sheet in oven for about 6 minutes - or until biscuits are golden and cooked through.
  4. Meanwhile, puree strawberries in the food processor. Add in powdered sugar and milk and blend until consistency you desire.
  5. When biscuits are done, let cool for a few minutes and then spread with strawberry glaze. So delicious! Enjoy!

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    Holy Stink this looks delicious Jen! Every once in a while my hubbie and little man will run out to get donuts in the morning for fun… looks like I can make them at home to save them a trip and chow down on these yummy treats! :) Pinned sweet girl! Hope you are doing better!

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    You pureed strawberries and put them in a glaze? Ohmygoshnoway. I don’t blame you one bit for eating by the spoon. I would’ve had the bowl to my mouth.
    And how fun are these biscuit donuts? I love making these with the little kids – they can do, they have fun, and you have a fool proof result! Pinning!

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