Guilt Free Paleo Donuts(gluten free, sugar free, guilt free in every way!)

By Jannine Murray | clean eating

Sep 26

I ate donuts for dinner and now you can too! These baked paleo donuts are sugar free, gluten free, low carb, high fiber, totally guilt free in every way, plus they will help to reset your blood sugar, it’s actually not too good to be true. The best part, they taste like the real thing!

Baked Paleo Donuts Include:
1/2c resistant potato starch(this is powerful for healing blood sugar and isn’t absorbed as a carb, it feeds good bacteria in your gut)
1/2c coconut flour
2/3c Lakanto brown sugar substitute(this is monk fruit extract as depicted in the image below)
1 tsp nutmeg
1 tsp baking powder
3/4 tsp sea salt
1/4c grass fed butter~ melted
3/4c coconut milk~ full fat from the can
3 large eggs

lakanto monk fruit extract paleo donuts


~ Mix all dry ingredients together in a large bowl well, then in a separate bowl combine all wet ingredients and mix well, then combine to dry ingredients and blend until there are no lumps. The batter will be thick~

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees and grease two donut baking pans well with grass fed butter. Spoon evenly into donut grooves, then bake for about 11 mins. The key is to get them just before they get too cooked through so they have the donut cake like texture.

Mix the vanilla glaze frosting:
2 scoops vanilla whey isolate protein powder
2 tbsp coconut milk fat from the can
1-2 tbsp lakanto all depending on how sweet you like it

Mix these well until smooth, then glaze donuts when they come out hot. Let them cool on counter then put in fridge for 1 hour(if you can wait) as they are the best when they have absorbed the icing and cooled into donut cake heaven.

Let me know if you have any questions, these are worth it;) xoxo


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(2) comments

Renee July 6, 2017

I don’t buy canned anything, not even if the can states its BPA free, so would homemade coconut milk work with this recipe?

And, for the frosting, could I substitute the lakanto with the monkfruit sweetener?

Lauren November 8, 2017

Tried these this weekend and they are sooooooo amazing. I didn’t have a donut pan so I used a mini cupcake pan. They came out like donut holes and even my picky eaters loved them.

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