I found this recipe online HERE, and decided to do a picture tutorial for it since it tasted so good! This recipe can be made into muffins, cupcakes, or donuts. I happened to have a donut pan that I won in a giveaway, so I figured it was time to use it!
Gather all your ingredients.
Start with the coconut flour.
Add your eggs.
The the baking soda.
The salt and the melted coconut oil.
I didn’t use honey because that isn’t keto, so I added some Walden Farms syrup, but you could always use a sugar free DaVinci or Torani syrup instead. Also, don’t forget the vanilla.
Stir everything up.
Spray your dish of choice.
Bake it for around 20 mins at 350. This recipe made around 8 of these suckers.
Honestly, since these are sweet, I ate one like this and thought they were great, fluffy, and moist.
I kinda just made up a recipe here, and think it could have been better if I would have just stuck with a cream cheese frosting rather than a chocolate cream cheese frosting,but add whatever toppings you want. Here I added butter and cream cheese.
I then added cocoa.
Then I added powdered erythritol to give the icing more stable consistency and sweetness.
All of them Iced, and as I said they are great plain. Â I think a different icing would have been better,but this is how I tried them at first. Whipped cream might have been good on these too, or a chocolate glaze/ganache if you took some chocolate squares and added in some cream and sweetener of choice that would be awesome on these!
Here are the health facts for the donuts.
So you can see if you take the carbs and subtract the fiber, you have 1 Net Carb per donut.
Here are the facts for the icing which isn’t great to go byÂ becauseÂ it all depends on whatÂ sweetenerÂ you use and what amounts you prefer.
So I think our icing was around 3 Net Carbs per Donut,but you can always change it up if you perfer it some other way.
Keto Coconut Baked Donuts! Recipe adapted from here!
Ingredients (makes 6-8 donuts or cupcakes)
1/2 cup of coconut flour
1/4 teaspoon of sea salt
1/4 teaspoon of baking soda
1/2 cup of Walden Farms Syrup (or other liquid sweetener)
1 tablespoon of vanilla
1/2 cup of coconut oil, melted (butter, or regular oil will work as well)
Preheat oven to 350 F. Mix dry ingredients together. Blend wet ingredients into dry ingredients. For baking, you will need some sort of donut mold or muffin tin. Fill the mold 2/3 of the way with batter. Bake for about 20 minutes.