Keto Donuts

Published Date
April 3rd 2022
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These Keto Donuts are loaded with fresh blueberry flavor. Blueberries are low-calorie and nutrient-dense. In addition, they contain antioxidants that can protect your body against antioxidants and may even decrease DNA damage. All in all, these keto blueberry donuts are a staple breakfast, brunch, or snack food. 
 

What Food Goes Well With Donuts?

Serving donuts with other foods will prevent you from consuming too many donuts. For example, you can serve your donuts with protein such as yogurt, eggs, bacon, or sausage for breakfast or brunch. You can also serve donuts with a side of fruit or use them as the base for a sandwich.   

What Beverage Goes With Donuts?

Lots of beverages go with donuts. Donuts are always better with a cup of hot chocolate or coffee. However, if you do not drink coffee or hot chocolate, you can have your donuts with tea or a glass of flavored water.   

Does Milk Go With Donuts?

Of course, milk goes well with donuts. You can even use different types of milk to dunk your donuts in or add a little bit of alcohol to add a little kick.   
Author: Sarah Leadon
Prep Time
20 mins
Cook Time
35 mins
Total Time
55 mins
Serves
12

Ingredients

Keto Donuts
Blueberry Glaze

Instructions

Keto Donuts
Pre-heat oven to 350 °F. Grease 2 6 cavity donut pans with non-stick cooking spray.   
To a large mixing bowl, add almond flour, coconut flour, brown sugar substitute, baking powder, and salt, and whisk to combine.   
Add Greek yogurt, melted butter, eggs, and vanilla extract, and mix using a handheld electric mixer until fully combined.   
Fold in the blueberries with a plastic spatula.   
Add the keto donut batter to a piping bag, cut the tip off, and pipe the batter into the prepared pan. Fill the donut cavities right up to the rim. The donuts will only rise slightly, so there is no need to worry about them overflowing.   
Bake the keto donuts for 25-30 minutes. To test the donuts for doneness, insert a toothpick or skewer into the donut. The donuts are cooked if the toothpick or skewer comes out free of crumbs. If the toothpick comes out with crumbs, bake the donuts for another 5 minutes and perform the test again.   
Let the keto donuts cool completely before removing them from the donut pan. Place the donuts onto a wire rack
Blueberry Glaze
To a medium bowl, add blueberries. With a potato masher and fork, mash the blueberries until they release their juices.   
Add the vanilla extract, lemon juice, and water and whisk to combine.   
Add the powdered sugar substitute and whisk to combine until a thick but pourable glaze forms.   
Drizzle each donut with the blueberry glaze. Alternatively, dip each donut into the icing and place it back onto the wire rack.   
Let the donuts sit for 10 minutes before serving. If you have leftover keto donuts, they will last for 2 days stored in an airtight container

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