I am honestly so impressed with how SIMPLE these keto cinnamon sugar donuts are to make, yet how perfect they turn out every time!
This recipe is ideal for 1-2 people. The donuts are not only tasty but they are very filling and full of protein and fibre to keep you full for hours!
Some Ingredients I’d like to Highlight:
- Almond & Coconut Flour – I use the Kirkland Costco brand of almond flour (I buy it in bulk on Amazon or at Costco itself occasionally) and this brand of coconut flour for this recipe. As I’ve noted in many of my past recipes, the brand of almond and coconut flour can affect the final outcome of the recipe because absorbency can vary depending on how the flour has been processed.
- Vital Wheat Gluten – If you have questions about why I include this ingredient, I wrote an entire article on what it is and why I use Vital Wheat Gluten on my keto diet! I also included where to buy it, how many carbs it contains..and how to use it in different kinds of baking.
- Truvia – I know use a monkfruit/erythritol blend in place of Truvia because I prefer the taste and it’s a bit more keto friendly! I use the SoNourished brand and it’s great!
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These are very filling..and of course delicious!
Makes 16 small donuts.
Macros: 2.5F/9C/9P & 2g fibre for 1 donut + 1 donut hole.
**IMPORTANT** Add 1/4(24g) coconut flour to the dry ingredients. I forgot to list it in the original post.
**Vitafiber is now available on amazon! (High fibre sugar/flour replacement, one of my favourite ingredients).**
When I was younger my brother and I used to fight over the drumstick when we would have the chance to go out to KFC for dinner.(Yes I know it’s awful! But we went very rarely). It was always our favourite piece. I think many people prefer the leg because it’s just the perfect piece to pick-up and eat with your hands! And that’s the best part, no utensils required. So the other day I was trying to find new ways to eat chicken and discovered drumsticks at the grocery store(how could I forget about them??). I really love spicy food so I also picked up a new hot sauce since I am not a huge fan of “Franks” since I don’t find it hot enough. I ended up buying buffalo style woodland’s hot sauce. I tasted it and it’s super spicy! Perfect! But I know not everyone loves spicy so I added some ingredients to tone it down a bit and make it delicious for everyone. This recipe is crazy simple and tastes awesome. Enjoy! Take me to the recipe!
The first time I tried plantain chips was when I went on vacation to Punta cana. They sliced theirs length-wise in thin strips. They were so crispy and delicious and you could get them with every meal. I forgot about them when I got back home until seeing plantains at the grocery store the other day. I picked one up and finally got around to cooking it today! In the dominican I am sure that they fried their chips but I figured I could make them healthier by baking them instead, it worked out awesome! This is all you have to do…
-1 plantain chopped into thin slices
-1/4 tsp salt
-1/2 tsp melted coconut oil
-cayenne pepper to taste
Directions: Toss the plantain chips in a bowl with the oil and salt. Spread them out on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper and bake at 200*C for 10 minutes. Toss/flip and bake for another 10-15minutes or until crispy and slightly browned (cook less if you like them a little soft in the center). Take out and toss with your desired amount of cayenne or none at all. Enjoy! *They will harden more as they cool.