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  • Sallyw2004Sallyw2004 Posts: 117Member Member Posts: 117Member Member
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    crazyravr’s delicious donut recipe!
  • just_Tomekjust_Tomek Posts: 7,236Member Member Posts: 7,236Member Member
    Sallyw2004 wrote: »
    crazyravr wrote: »
    crazyravr wrote: »
    My creation from last night. As shown the 3 were under 100cal. Yes. 100cal for all 3.

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    Deep fried donuts they are definitely not, but if you think of them as donut shaped cakes, AMAZING :)

    Would you mind sharing your recipe please? They look amazing and 100 cal for all 3 is fantastic!

    Get:
    2 tbsp Coconut Flour
    2 tbsp Almond or Cashew Milk
    0.50 tsp Baking Powder
    1 tsp Stevia or any Sweetener
    3 Egg Whites

    Make:
    Whip the egg whites until nice and firm.
    Mix all the other ingredients and add to the egg whites.
    Gently fold everything until mixed through.
    Spray your donut pan and add the mix.
    Bake 10 minutes at 350F

    Nutrition Facts
    Servings 1.0
    Amount Per Serving
    calories 115
    % Daily Value *
    Total Fat 4 g 6 %
    Saturated Fat 2 g 10 %
    Monounsaturated Fat 0 g
    Polyunsaturated Fat 0 g
    Trans Fat 0 g
    Cholesterol 0 mg 0 %
    Sodium 247 mg 10 %
    Potassium 166 mg 5 %
    Total Carbohydrate 9 g 3 %
    Dietary Fiber 5 g 21 %
    Sugars 2 g
    Protein 13 g 26 %
    Vitamin A 1 %
    Vitamin C 0 %
    Calcium 7 %
    Iron 10 %


    I finally made this recipe this afternoon! They came out beautiful and were delicious. I’d have a hard time believing something this good could be so low calorie if I hadn’t made them myself! Exactly as written (baked for 12 min instead of 10) it made 12 amazing little mini donuts. I added a really nice spice blend (cinnamon, nutmeg, anise) to the mix, then sprinkled a little more on top after they came out of the oven. I can’t get my picture to add, so I’ll make a separate post. Thank you for sharing this amazing recipe!

    Glad I could help. I love when ppl make my recipes exactly as described and come back saying they worked. As they should.
  • just_Tomekjust_Tomek Posts: 7,236Member Member Posts: 7,236Member Member
    Sallyw2004 wrote: »
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    crazyravr’s delicious donut recipe!

    Perfect. Simple can be delish :)
  • vegmebuffvegmebuff Posts: 31,390Member Member Posts: 31,390Member Member
    Sallyw2004 wrote: »
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    crazyravr’s delicious donut recipe!

    Did you just 'free formed' the shape? I'm amazed they filled up the pan with that small recipe...maybe it's a smaller pan or are they the size of mini muffins?
  • Sallyw2004Sallyw2004 Posts: 117Member Member Posts: 117Member Member
    vegmebuff wrote: »
    Sallyw2004 wrote: »
    dhmme3nuy2ua.jpeg

    crazyravr’s delicious donut recipe!

    Did you just 'free formed' the shape? I'm amazed they filled up the pan with that small recipe...maybe it's a smaller pan or are they the size of mini muffins?

    I used a mini donut pan. The batter perfectly filled the 12 sections. It was a very easy to work with batter. I'm super impressed that such a simple and easy recipe can yield such good results. I could have taken them out of the pan a little more carefully for a more uniform donut look, but I thought they looked really nice as is.
  • vegmebuffvegmebuff Posts: 31,390Member Member Posts: 31,390Member Member
    Sallyw2004 wrote: »
    vegmebuff wrote: »
    Sallyw2004 wrote: »
    dhmme3nuy2ua.jpeg

    crazyravr’s delicious donut recipe!

    Did you just 'free formed' the shape? I'm amazed they filled up the pan with that small recipe...maybe it's a smaller pan or are they the size of mini muffins?

    I used a mini donut pan. The batter perfectly filled the 12 sections. It was a very easy to work with batter. I'm super impressed that such a simple and easy recipe can yield such good results. I could have taken them out of the pan a little more carefully for a more uniform donut look, but I thought they looked really nice as is.

    They do look great...I'm going to try again (tried yesterday - but used a small cake pan...came out great...and then deflated into a pancake!)
  • just_Tomekjust_Tomek Posts: 7,236Member Member Posts: 7,236Member Member
    vegmebuff wrote: »
    Sallyw2004 wrote: »
    vegmebuff wrote: »
    Sallyw2004 wrote: »
    dhmme3nuy2ua.jpeg

    crazyravr’s delicious donut recipe!

    Did you just 'free formed' the shape? I'm amazed they filled up the pan with that small recipe...maybe it's a smaller pan or are they the size of mini muffins?

    I used a mini donut pan. The batter perfectly filled the 12 sections. It was a very easy to work with batter. I'm super impressed that such a simple and easy recipe can yield such good results. I could have taken them out of the pan a little more carefully for a more uniform donut look, but I thought they looked really nice as is.

    They do look great...I'm going to try again (tried yesterday - but used a small cake pan...came out great...and then deflated into a pancake!)

    Making a cake with this recipe will always go flat. There isnt enough stuff to hold it up, ie. gluten.
  • vegmebuffvegmebuff Posts: 31,390Member Member Posts: 31,390Member Member
    crazyravr wrote: »
    vegmebuff wrote: »
    Sallyw2004 wrote: »
    vegmebuff wrote: »
    Sallyw2004 wrote: »
    dhmme3nuy2ua.jpeg

    crazyravr’s delicious donut recipe!

    Did you just 'free formed' the shape? I'm amazed they filled up the pan with that small recipe...maybe it's a smaller pan or are they the size of mini muffins?

    I used a mini donut pan. The batter perfectly filled the 12 sections. It was a very easy to work with batter. I'm super impressed that such a simple and easy recipe can yield such good results. I could have taken them out of the pan a little more carefully for a more uniform donut look, but I thought they looked really nice as is.

    They do look great...I'm going to try again (tried yesterday - but used a small cake pan...came out great...and then deflated into a pancake!)

    Making a cake with this recipe will always go flat. There isnt enough stuff to hold it up, ie. gluten.

    Thanks for that...I was wondering if this might be the reason
  • just_Tomekjust_Tomek Posts: 7,236Member Member Posts: 7,236Member Member
    vegmebuff wrote: »
    crazyravr wrote: »
    vegmebuff wrote: »
    Sallyw2004 wrote: »
    vegmebuff wrote: »
    Sallyw2004 wrote: »
    dhmme3nuy2ua.jpeg

    crazyravr’s delicious donut recipe!

    Did you just 'free formed' the shape? I'm amazed they filled up the pan with that small recipe...maybe it's a smaller pan or are they the size of mini muffins?

    I used a mini donut pan. The batter perfectly filled the 12 sections. It was a very easy to work with batter. I'm super impressed that such a simple and easy recipe can yield such good results. I could have taken them out of the pan a little more carefully for a more uniform donut look, but I thought they looked really nice as is.

    They do look great...I'm going to try again (tried yesterday - but used a small cake pan...came out great...and then deflated into a pancake!)

    Making a cake with this recipe will always go flat. There isnt enough stuff to hold it up, ie. gluten.

    Thanks for that...I was wondering if this might be the reason

    Same reason why the protein angel food cake will always slightly collapse in the middle. Its just too delivate with nothing but egg whites holding it up.
  • Sallyw2004Sallyw2004 Posts: 117Member Member Posts: 117Member Member
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    Baked another batch today with some cocoa powder and raspberry extract. They were excellent! It looks like the flavor possibilities with these are going to be endless!
  • biskybisky Posts: 749Member Member Posts: 749Member Member
    @chelseahatch24 i modified this recipe from the flapjacked website, the original was for "apple donuts". In case you want to see my source material before I tweaked it. Four donuts later i will confirm they came out great lol. Tomorrow I'm going to sub out the yogurt and apple for a ripe banana and make more.


    Please let us know how that turns out! Thank you.

    I have been having a craving for donuts for a couple of weeks and not giving in but going to try these!
    edited September 2018
  • vegmebuffvegmebuff Posts: 31,390Member Member Posts: 31,390Member Member
    Sallyw2004 wrote: »
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    Baked another batch today with some cocoa powder and raspberry extract. They were excellent! It looks like the flavor possibilities with these are going to be endless!

    I am so inspired to buy one of those silicone doughnut pans! Amazon here I come...(they look excellent btw!)
  • just_Tomekjust_Tomek Posts: 7,236Member Member Posts: 7,236Member Member
    Sallyw2004 wrote: »
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    Baked another batch today with some cocoa powder and raspberry extract. They were excellent! It looks like the flavor possibilities with these are going to be endless!

    Yeap. As long as you keep the base the same, how you flavour them is totally up to you. Great stuff.
  • vegmebuffvegmebuff Posts: 31,390Member Member Posts: 31,390Member Member
    My silicone molds arrived and made my first batch...I'm going to make some PB2 and some raspberries on top - maybe some yogurt too:) not bad for a nice 'snack' for under 200 calories!!7cr1edxfc3b0.png
  • vegmebuffvegmebuff Posts: 31,390Member Member Posts: 31,390Member Member
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    This next one I used Pb and Me's Almond 'butter' flour also used some Xanthum gum too
    Got 7 out of this one...baked 12 minutes this time

    Servings 7.0 Amount Per Serving calories 14
    12 gram, Almond Powder
    0.50 tsp, Baking Powder
    .25 tsp. Xanthum gum
    Stevia
    3 Egg Whites
    2 tbsp(s), Water Filter
    Nutrition Facts

    edited September 2018
  • just_Tomekjust_Tomek Posts: 7,236Member Member Posts: 7,236Member Member
    vegmebuff wrote: »
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    This next one I used Pb and Me's Almond 'butter' flour also used some Xanthum gum too
    Got 7 out of this one...baked 12 minutes this time

    Servings 7.0 Amount Per Serving calories 14
    12 gram, Almond Powder
    0.50 tsp, Baking Powder
    .25 tsp. Xanthum gum
    Stevia
    3 Egg Whites
    2 tbsp(s), Water Filter
    Nutrition Facts

    14 calories for each? Wow... nice!!!! great stuff.
  • TheFlyOnTheWallTheFlyOnTheWall Posts: 60Member Member Posts: 60Member Member
    here's mine using crazyravr's recipe - they were really soft, and not crispy at all - is that how they're supposed to be?

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  • just_Tomekjust_Tomek Posts: 7,236Member Member Posts: 7,236Member Member
    here's mine using crazyravr's recipe - they were really soft, and not crispy at all - is that how they're supposed to be?

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    What do you think??
    If you want them crispy, throw them in the fryer ;)
  • TheFlyOnTheWallTheFlyOnTheWall Posts: 60Member Member Posts: 60Member Member
    Good thing I took them out of the oven then :p Pictures can be deceiving, because I thought yours looked crispy!

    They were good though - like biting into a cloud! :)
  • just_Tomekjust_Tomek Posts: 7,236Member Member Posts: 7,236Member Member
    Good thing I took them out of the oven then :p Pictures can be deceiving, because I thought yours looked crispy!

    They were good though - like biting into a cloud! :)

    This is what it says below the photo in my recipe.

    Deep fried donuts they are definitely not, but if you think of them as donut shaped cakes, AMAZING :)


    :)
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