High Protein and Healthy Small Peanut Butter Donuts Recipe

 

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These healthy, high protein donuts are packed with a huge flavor featuring MTS Machine Peanut Butter Fluff whey protein and PB2 powdered peanut butter. Pre-heat oven to 350F and grease a 12-cavity mini donut pan. In a large bowl, whisk together the almond flour, buckwheat flour, protein powder, baking soda, cinnamon and salt. In a separate medium-sized bowl, add the mashed banana, 1/2 cup peanut butter, honey, almond milk and egg, and whisk together until well combined.

To make the peanut butter glaze, add the peanut butter and coconut oil into a small glass bowl. Heat for 20-30 seconds, or until coconut oil is completely melted then stir. If the glaze is too liquidy, add more peanut butter to thicken then carefully dip the donut into the glaze, top with more chocolate chips & a dash of sea salt. nuts, etc).

Milk – Any milk can be used in these donuts – regular dairy or non dairy (almond, soy, coconut, cashew, etc) Honey – You can substitute honey with maple syrup; Oil – Coconut oil, olive oil, vegetable oil or avocado oil will all work in this recipe Protein Powder – See above for tips to bake with protein powder.I like to use whey protein powder in these donuts. In a medium bowl, stir together the cornstarch, protein, coconut sugar, oat flour, baking powder and salt. Make a well in the center and crack in the egg, along with the egg yolk, yogurt, ghee and applesauce. Whisk the egg with a.

Are you ready for some delicious, healthy, and high PROTEIN Donuts? This recipe is quick and will knock out any donut craving you might have! Tips: Add in nuts, sugar free chocolate chips, peanut butter chips, coconut flakes, or anything else on top or inside of your Donuts before you bake them!

Use different a. In a mini donut pan or mini muffin pan, add in about a tablespoon of batter for each donut. Bake for 9-11 minutes or until lightly browned on the edges. If you’re making these in a regular sized donut pan, bake for 12-14 minutes until lightly browned.

In a large bowl, mix together peanut butter, cocoa whey powder, bananas, and flax seed. Mold the mixture into walnut-size balls, and place them in a container lined. Protein Peanut Butter Cups. We enjoy making desserts and this Protein Peanut Butter dessert recipe is one of our favorites!They are easy to make and the kids love making their own.

Sometimes they add sprinkles in them and once my son decided to add grape jelly in his and I have to admit it tasted amazing. Mini Peanut Protein Donuts: Nutritionist’s Recipe Makes 14-16 Ingredients: If ever there was a time when it felt like the world needed a collective tray of warm donuts, this would be it. Get your Easter baking on with these mouth-watering, high protein.

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Each serving: About 200 calories, 8g protein, 24g carbohydrate, Remove from heat; stir in vanilla, melted chocolate, and i 7g total fat (4g saturated), 159mg cholesterol, 145mg sodium margarine.

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by Susan Westmoreland
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In a medium-sized mixing bowl, whisk the eggs, erythritol, melted butter, coconut flour, vanilla, salt, and stevia until smooth.

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In a large bowl, whisk together the hazelnut meal, sweetener, ¼ cup unflavored egg white protein powder protein powder, baking powder, and salt.

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1 Combine the chocolate chips, peanut butter, and margarine in a medium-sized pan over medium-low heat.

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powder, coconut sugar, salt, peanut butter, vanilla, and whey protein.

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In a large bowl with an electric mixer on medium-high speed, combine the remaining ¾ cup sugar, eggs, brown sugar, oil, applesauce, vanilla and the minced pineapple-nut mixture; beat until well combined.

“Classic Home Desserts: A Treasury of Heirloom and Contemporary Recipes” by Richard Sax
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80 grams peanut butter (natural and with no added sugar) 15 grams butter 40 grams cream cheese 1 Microwave the peanut butter, butter, and cream cheese in a bowl for 30 seconds and mix well.

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Instead, this recipe offers healthy fat from nuts and canola oil, with a nice blend of carbohydrate-rich whole oats, dried fruits, and other add-ins of your choice to provide crunch and goodness.

“Nancy Clark's Sports Nutrition Guidebook” by Nancy Clark
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Be sure to use natural peanut butter without hydrogenated oils and sweeteners.

“The New Atkins for a New You: The Ultimate Diet for Shedding Weight and Feeling Great” by Dr. Eric C. Westman, Dr. Stephen D. Phinney, Dr. Jeff S. Volek
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Thoroughly combine 1 cup of finely crushed vanilla wafer crumbs, 1 cup of finely chopped pecans, 1 cup of powdered sugar, and 2 tablespoons of unsweetened cocoa.

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  • Peanut butter overnight oats. Oats, peanut butter, a dash of maple syurp, almond milk mix together and leave in the fridge over night. Top it off with whatever you like or nothing at all. It’s the best breakfast apart from peanut butter on toast with banana and cinnamon.

  • If you carb whiners will make your own almond milk and keep the almond meal and use it instead of bleached flour the carbs go down to less 4 a piece without the glaze. Gota get creative to eat healthy and good

  • Healthy to me is affordable, applicable for long term, tasty, and has good stuff for my heroes…your recipe looks healthy to me. I’m making it for my 4 champs. Thanks ��������

  • Sorry but Remington James has you beat, you’re recipes seem to be better prepared and more flavorful but his videos are easier to follow along. And how come you didn’t give us individual measurements for each ingredient?? Most of us aren’t cooks and have to use that food scale!

  • I can’t seem to make these right. They end up to gooey in the middle and the Splenda I’m using gives it an off taste. Anyone else run into this too?

  • If you carb whiners will make your own almond milk and keep the almond meal and use it instead of bleached flour the carbs go down to less 4 a piece without the glaze. Gota get creative to eat healthy and good

  • Hi Amanda, did you add baking powder to the egg whites? I tried beating them for a long time but I did not get the same texture as yours, the were still almost in a liquid form. Any recommendation? Thanks

  • Scam.adding expensive protein powder and peanut butter to a recipe to make peanut butter,can’t believe this scam has so many likes

  • I can’t seem to find them ANYWHERE ONLINE but the Powdered donut filled with the fluffy pink whipped cream coming out the side mmmmffff that and Krispy creams classic glazed (my fav used to be apple fritter which I still stan)

  • 60 calories for 20 servings doesn’t add up with the listed ingredients. My calculation is 105 calories per serving for 20 servings. Is there a specific kind of peanutbutter (like powdered) you’re using? Or can you please post the breakdown of calories in each ingredient & how it’s calculated?

  • I can’t seem to find them ANYWHERE ONLINE but the Powdered donut filled with the fluffy pink whipped cream coming out the side mmmmffff that and Krispy creams classic glazed (my fav used to be apple fritter which I still stan)

  • Just finished making these and they were pretty awesome and macros were amazing. I did Butterfinger bites, Oreo, Fruity Pebbles, Smores, sprinkles and lucky charms.

    But there’s gotta be a better way to make the frosting? Not a huge fan of it. Do you have any other tips for a better tasting frosting?

  • Thank you for sharing a tried and true, simple, tasty, healthier alternative dishes/desserts. Love your videos! Inspiring people one doughnut at a time! �� ��

  • Hey Olivia, first of all I watch really little YouTube but absolutely love your content. You will grow really fast the upcoming month if you keep creating great content as of right now. Now I was wondering if I can replace the honey to reduce the sugar (or half of the honey) and if so, what would you recommend? Love from Germany

  • Who buys recipe books anymore with all the free content online? Huge waste of money.

    Also, first time watching one of your videos. Appreciate what you’re doing but 5.5g protein in 2 tablespoons is a very low amount of protein. Very misleading to call this a protein peanut butter.

  • Hey Olivia, I follow you on YouTube and I’ve tried to use your MyProtein code “LIV35” via your link. However it seems to only be affiliated if you are in the UK. Is there a way you can ask MyProtein If they can extend your promo to Australia? You’ve influence us all the way from here… and I never knew of my protein before your YouTube posts. It would be a shame to miss this opportunity when you’ve clearly influenced us (in a good way). I just think you should also be credited where due. (I could use another code but thought I’d bring this to you first). Cheers Chrissy �� (I msg via IG but just in case you haven’t got to it).

  • Just ordered the mould to bake tomorrow! Your treat videos are my absolute fav and I’m obsessed with donuts atm you’ve saved me a few calories!��

  • How does it only have 7g of protien?shouldn’t it be 30?or 25?and even if they mean per piece that will mean 56g of protein which is impossible considering that 1 scoup only has around 25-30g of protien

  • Thank you for sharing a tried and true, simple, tasty, healthier alternative dishes/desserts. Love your videos! Inspiring people one doughnut at a time! �� ��

  • This video is incredible. Thank you for sharing!!

    You edited this video differently and I am super curious to know if you switched camera or editing program? Thank you so much for everything you do!

  • I think a better idea would be to make some real donuts, fill them with peanut butter pastry creme and top them with ganache made with high quality chocolate.

  • These look great but as I’m inherently lazy I’d opt to do them as muffins or a loaf. This is a bit too faffy for a bludger like me.

  • I tried this with lite coconut milk and chocolate protein powder and it turned out super delicious. Like a spreadable bounty. Almond milk isn’t available where I am, and the protein powder I have at home happens to be chocolate flavoured.

  • I mean…
    Can you really even call this peanut butter? Because I don’t…A lot of advertisement for a bunk recipe…I won’t be watching anymore of your videos. Thanks for clearing that up right away for me.

  • Peanut butter overnight oats. Oats, peanut butter, a dash of maple syurp, almond milk mix together and leave in the fridge over night. Top it off with whatever you like or nothing at all. It’s the best breakfast apart from peanut butter on toast with banana and cinnamon.

  • Scam.adding expensive protein powder and peanut butter to a recipe to make peanut butter,can’t believe this scam has so many likes

  • Dude I love nut butter on toast, with sliced bananas. Unfortunately it’s a massive intake of calories, so I treat it as dessert.

    Also, nut butter in oatmeal is fire

  • so.. to make “healthy peanut butter” you just.. already use peanut butter plus other ingredients and calories?.. how is it low cal. nvm

  • Mine didn’t come out remotely like yours. Any ideas where I went wrong? I have Vegan Protien Powder, but it is still runny not thick.

  • Peanut butter on celery. Celery already has a built in peanut butter holder. Just slab some peanut butter inside the U shape and good to go.

  • Make peanut butter with peanut butter! Genius!

    hey, im joking, im not trying to sound insulting, i actually enjoyed the recipe, thx in advance:)

  • Just finished making these and they were pretty awesome and macros were amazing. I did Butterfinger bites, Oreo, Fruity Pebbles, Smores, sprinkles and lucky charms.

    But there’s gotta be a better way to make the frosting? Not a huge fan of it. Do you have any other tips for a better tasting frosting?

  • I love making raw peanut butter, cocoa & oat cookies for my kids. Really low in sugar but super high in taste! I add them to their lunch boxes and know they are eating a much better option than a chocolate bar.

  • Will be going and getting a pan for these tonight. Love donuts and if this tastes good then not only will it save money but I will have more cals to play with. Might make these and bring them to my upcoming power lifting meet for post weigh in!

  • 60 calories for 20 servings doesn’t add up with the listed ingredients. My calculation is 105 calories per serving for 20 servings. Is there a specific kind of peanutbutter (like powdered) you’re using? Or can you please post the breakdown of calories in each ingredient & how it’s calculated?

  • Peanut butter, oatmeal, milk, mixed, topped with bananas usually but any fruit is probably good. Top with a protein cereal or crush nuts for a crunch if you like. Also peanut butter “grilled” sandwich. Like grilled cheese but with peanut butter. Add a side of celery like chip for lunch. (New follower)

  • so.. to make “healthy peanut butter” you just.. already use peanut butter plus other ingredients and calories?.. how is it low cal. nvm

  • Oh man totally gotta make these..I have quest cookies and cream powder I need to use up… I guess I shall be busting out my donut pans:)

  • Will be making these soon, but I’ll be using the chocolate flavor and will probably use more whipping cream to make it a bit runner, thanks for the video.

  • i live this recipes that doesn’t use protein powder! people always rely on it, and i know it’s such a game changer but sometimes you just can’t afford it�� thank you so much!

  • How does it only have 7g of protien?shouldn’t it be 30?or 25?and even if they mean per piece that will mean 56g of protein which is impossible considering that 1 scoup only has around 25-30g of protien

  • Can I win your book? I’m so obsessed with your channel and these food looks so delicious! I would love to cook them everyday and do something different than what I usually eat.

  • Healthy to me is affordable, applicable for long term, tasty, and has good stuff for my heroes…your recipe looks healthy to me. I’m making it for my 4 champs. Thanks ��������

  • Just ordered the mould to bake tomorrow! Your treat videos are my absolute fav and I’m obsessed with donuts atm you’ve saved me a few calories!��

  • I can’t seem to make these right. They end up to gooey in the middle and the Splenda I’m using gives it an off taste. Anyone else run into this too?

  • Can I win your book? I’m so obsessed with your channel and these food looks so delicious! I would love to cook them everyday and do something different than what I usually eat.

  • Way past the contest time, but…
    “White & Nerdy” from Hurts Donuts.
    Just a plain vanilla cake donut with white frosting and nerds candy. Not very impressive at first, but the flavors just work well together. Additionally, it’s named after a Weird Al song.

  • Man I was excited to try these for my self and bought everything aside from the protein but I bought a highly praised protein regardless and they came out horrible:( and I’m a baker by heart so something just didn’t click

  • Man I loooove your recipes. You’re one of the very few channels that ACTUALLY makes very low-cal recipes instead of just subbing full-fat for low-fat ingredients and calling it ‘skinny’. Definitely be making these tomorrow

  • Hate to break it to you. No such thing as “0 calorie”. By law these companies can round down to 0 if its less than 10calories per serving. Careful people tend to overdue it and it becomes an extra +50calorie real easy.

    Really enjoyed your dominos pizza recipe but urge you to get your protein from actual foods rather than putting whey in every other recipe =\

  • Man I loooove your recipes. You’re one of the very few channels that ACTUALLY makes very low-cal recipes instead of just subbing full-fat for low-fat ingredients and calling it ‘skinny’. Definitely be making these tomorrow

  • Mine didn’t come out remotely like yours. Any ideas where I went wrong? I have Vegan Protien Powder, but it is still runny not thick.

  • Oh man totally gotta make these..I have quest cookies and cream powder I need to use up… I guess I shall be busting out my donut pans:)

  • Hey Olivia, first of all I watch really little YouTube but absolutely love your content. You will grow really fast the upcoming month if you keep creating great content as of right now. Now I was wondering if I can replace the honey to reduce the sugar (or half of the honey) and if so, what would you recommend? Love from Germany

  • i live this recipes that doesn’t use protein powder! people always rely on it, and i know it’s such a game changer but sometimes you just can’t afford it�� thank you so much!

  • Hey Olivia, I follow you on YouTube and I’ve tried to use your MyProtein code “LIV35” via your link. However it seems to only be affiliated if you are in the UK. Is there a way you can ask MyProtein If they can extend your promo to Australia? You’ve influence us all the way from here… and I never knew of my protein before your YouTube posts. It would be a shame to miss this opportunity when you’ve clearly influenced us (in a good way). I just think you should also be credited where due. (I could use another code but thought I’d bring this to you first). Cheers Chrissy �� (I msg via IG but just in case you haven’t got to it).

  • Sorry but Remington James has you beat, you’re recipes seem to be better prepared and more flavorful but his videos are easier to follow along. And how come you didn’t give us individual measurements for each ingredient?? Most of us aren’t cooks and have to use that food scale!

  • These look amazing!!! I will definitely be making these ❤ p.s. a tip to piping is to put the ziploc in a tall glass with the point at the bottom so you don’t have to push as much mixture from the top!!

  • Hey loves! �� Just to mention if you want to make the donuts right away and don’t have the donut tray you can use any muffin tin, just scrunch up a little bit of baking paper in a ball in the middle of each one ��❤️

  • I think a better idea would be to make some real donuts, fill them with peanut butter pastry creme and top them with ganache made with high quality chocolate.

  • This video is incredible. Thank you for sharing!!

    You edited this video differently and I am super curious to know if you switched camera or editing program? Thank you so much for everything you do!

  • These look great but as I’m inherently lazy I’d opt to do them as muffins or a loaf. This is a bit too faffy for a bludger like me.

  • I tried this with lite coconut milk and chocolate protein powder and it turned out super delicious. Like a spreadable bounty. Almond milk isn’t available where I am, and the protein powder I have at home happens to be chocolate flavoured.

  • I mean…
    Can you really even call this peanut butter? Because I don’t…A lot of advertisement for a bunk recipe…I won’t be watching anymore of your videos. Thanks for clearing that up right away for me.

  • These look amazing!!! I will definitely be making these ❤ p.s. a tip to piping is to put the ziploc in a tall glass with the point at the bottom so you don’t have to push as much mixture from the top!!

  • Man I was excited to try these for my self and bought everything aside from the protein but I bought a highly praised protein regardless and they came out horrible:( and I’m a baker by heart so something just didn’t click

  • Dude I love nut butter on toast, with sliced bananas. Unfortunately it’s a massive intake of calories, so I treat it as dessert.

    Also, nut butter in oatmeal is fire

  • Way past the contest time, but…
    “White & Nerdy” from Hurts Donuts.
    Just a plain vanilla cake donut with white frosting and nerds candy. Not very impressive at first, but the flavors just work well together. Additionally, it’s named after a Weird Al song.

  • Full natty PB spread over a banana with drips of wild blueberry conserve (most jellies work). This one does not even make it to the plate.

  • Peanut butter on celery. Celery already has a built in peanut butter holder. Just slab some peanut butter inside the U shape and good to go.

  • Make peanut butter with peanut butter! Genius!

    hey, im joking, im not trying to sound insulting, i actually enjoyed the recipe, thx in advance:)

  • Full natty PB spread over a banana with drips of wild blueberry conserve (most jellies work). This one does not even make it to the plate.

  • I love making raw peanut butter, cocoa & oat cookies for my kids. Really low in sugar but super high in taste! I add them to their lunch boxes and know they are eating a much better option than a chocolate bar.

  • Who buys recipe books anymore with all the free content online? Huge waste of money.

    Also, first time watching one of your videos. Appreciate what you’re doing but 5.5g protein in 2 tablespoons is a very low amount of protein. Very misleading to call this a protein peanut butter.

  • Hey loves! �� Just to mention if you want to make the donuts right away and don’t have the donut tray you can use any muffin tin, just scrunch up a little bit of baking paper in a ball in the middle of each one ��❤️