So did you know healthy donuts exist? Did you know there are donuts out there you can eat for breakfast or a snack and feel zero guilt? You can feel really great about these donuts because they only have two tablespoons of honey in them!
And guess what- you don’t have to go to a specialty health store to make them or spend an hour in the kitchen! These are a quick snack staple!
Also, these are toddler approved.
Note: The ones coated in sugar free coconut truly only have two tablespoons of honey! The ones dipped in semisweet chocolate have as much sugar as the chocolate chips you buy. I ate the coconut ones. But I really felt okay with the chocolate dipped ones for my kids. After all, I am passing off a protein snack as a donut! I am all about progress over here. However, I am looking for dye free sprinkles to use for these. I’ll come back and update the post on what I find! Also, if making these gluten free be sure to use gluten-free oats.
If you are looking for a donut pan, here’s the Mini Donut Pan I have.
Here’s the recipe!
Unsweetened Coconut flakes
2 tablespoons of grass fed butter (or butter if you don’t do lactose)
Melt butter and dip each donut in the flakes
Melt 1/4 cup of semi sweet or dark chocolate chips ( check out Enjoy Life chips if you want soy free). Stir chocolate chips and gently glaze each donut. You don’t need much chocolate to cover a mini donut. Sprinkle sprinkles if desired.
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