Chonut Holes deliver so many of my favorite things: doughnutty goodness, churro flavors, and a portmanteau. These churro doughnut holes have it all!
Cut a piece of parchment paper so it covers some of the bottom of your air fryer but doesn’t cover it completely. I use a square and cut it about 1" smaller than the bottom, leaving plenty of room for air to circulate.
Seriously, do not shake these. Shaking them is a disaster, and you’ll end up with misshappen Chonut Holes. Also, don’t try to fill your basket with chonut holes to save time. They will plump as they cook, and they’ll end up overcrowded and stuck together or to the bottom of the fryer. Better to do this in 2-3 batches than to end up with stuck-together Chonut Holes. Learn from my mistakes!